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The Johns Hopkins Center for Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery brings together a team of board-certified facial plastic surgeons committed to world class facial cosmetic surgery, facial reconstruction and rehabilitation.

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Services

Our team of board-certified facial plastic surgeons work with you to determine the services and procedures best suited to help you reach your goals. Some of our most commonly performed procedures include:

Latest Treatment Options for Sun-damaged Skin

Learn more about the range of treatments offered by Johns Hopkins Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery experts to address skin damage caused by sun exposure, including laser, broadband light and microneedling. The webinar with facial cosmetic surgeon Lisa Ishii and physician assistant Rebecca Rosenberg is from 3-4 p.m. on April 11, 2024.


Why Choose Johns Hopkins Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Surgical Expertise

Our surgeons offer a wide array of expertise in facial reanimation, reconstruction and cosmetic surgery. You  benefit from our team’s unique skills to address your medical needs.

Cutting-Edge Research

Johns Hopkins is at the forefront of advancing medical research and treatments in areas related to facial plastics and reconstructive surgery.

Multidisciplinary Approach

Our multidisciplinary faculty features facial plastic surgeons and their colleagues in complementary surgical disciplines who work together to provide each patient with highly individualized care.

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Restoring Facial Symmetry | Diana’s Story

Diana didn’t expect her vision problems to be the result of two brain tumors. She also didn’t expect to feel as though she didn’t look like herself after surgery to remove most of one of the tumors. Diana turned to facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon Jason Nellis to address the facial paralysis and asymmetry that left her not liking the way she looked. Nellis’ reconstructive and aesthetic expertise enabled him to restore symmetry to Diana’s face. Now, when she looks in the mirror, she sees a familiar face — and likes it!

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Patient Information

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Ethnic Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: Johns Hopkins | Q&A

Johns Hopkins facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon Kofi Boahene answers questions about ethnic facial plastic surgery. He discusses facial scarring, rhinoplasty, jaw contouring and how to choose a facial plastic surgeon. Dr. Boahene heads the ethnic cosmetic surgery program and is board-certified in both cosmetic surgery and otolaryngology. In particular, reshaping the nose requires sensitivity to individual ethnic features and accepted norms. At our center, we have vast experience working with a variety of patients to achieve their aesthetic rhinoplasty goals.

Fellowship in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Lead by Kofi Boahene, M.D., the Johns Hopkins facial plastic and reconstructive surgery fellowship is designed to prepare the surgeon for an academic career in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery.

Meet Our Physicians

Get to know our surgeons, who bring unsurpassed skill and compassion to every procedure.


Johns Hopkins Ambulatory Surgery Centers

Some of our surgical procedures can be performed at our convenient ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) instead of in the hospital. Learn more about the many benefits of our ambulatory surgery centers.