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Preserving Form | Restoring Function Drs. Gordon and Huang work with a skull implant device.
 

Neuroplastic surgery is a new surgical specialty developed at Johns Hopkins. By bridging the gap between neurosurgery and plastic surgery, we ensure patients have complete preservation or restoration of their preoperative appearance, providing them with an enhanced sense of confidence, health and happiness.

 
 

How a Neuroplastic Approach Can Benefit You and Your Loved Ones

 
 
 

Request an Appointment

For a consultation with a neuroplastic surgeon:
(Plastic Surgery)
To discuss surgical treatment options for those newly diagnosed:
(Neurosurgery)

Patient Results (Slideshow)

Before and after of a cranioplasty reconstruction

Cranioplasty for traumatic brain injury

Before and after image of a hydrophalus shunt valve revision

Alleviating visible deformity and scalp ischemia by embedding a shunt within a valve agnostic cranial implant

Before and after of a skull tumor resection

Skull tumor removal and simultaneous cranioplasty to prevent a skull defect, visual deformity and social stigma

Before and after of combined cranioplasty and neuromodulation device insertion

Cranioplasty and an embedded neuromodulation device for epilepsy

Before and after of a neuroplastic reconstruction and cranioplasty

Reconstruction and cranioplasty to correct post-neurosurgical temporal hollowing over the left forehead after meningioma removal

Patient Results (Slideshow)

Before and after of a cranioplasty reconstruction

Cranioplasty for traumatic brain injury

Before and after image of a hydrophalus shunt valve revision

Alleviating visible deformity and scalp ischemia by embedding a shunt within a valve agnostic cranial implant

Before and after of a skull tumor resection

Skull tumor removal and simultaneous cranioplasty to prevent a skull defect, visual deformity and social stigma

Before and after of combined cranioplasty and neuromodulation device insertion

Cranioplasty and an embedded neuromodulation device for epilepsy

Before and after of a neuroplastic reconstruction and cranioplasty

Reconstruction and cranioplasty to correct post-neurosurgical temporal hollowing over the left forehead after meningioma removal

Neuroplastic Clinical Team

  • Chad Gordon, D.O.

    Director, Neuroplastic and Reconstructive Surgery

    Dr. Gordon
  • Carla Bes, MSHS, PA-C

    Certified Physician Assistant

    Carla Bes
  • Netanel Ben-Shalom, M.D.

    Neuroplastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellow

    Dr. Ben-Shalom
  • Sheila Hobbs

    Neuroplastic Surgery Coordinator

     Sheila Hobbs
 
 
Model of a cranial implant and society of neuroplastic surgery logo

Save the Date: April 1-3, 2022

Sixth Annual Selected Topics in Neuroplastic & Reconstructive Surgery

Join us for an international symposium, presented jointly by Johns Hopkins Medicine and the Society of Neuroplastic Surgery. Topics will include head and spine trauma, cranioplasty and implantable neurotechnologies.

 
 
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