Our faces are our identity. If an accident, disease, defect, or previous surgery disfigures your face, it can be physically and emotionally difficult. Fortunately, modern reconstructive surgical techniques are capable of restoring your face to a normal appearance so you feel like yourself again.
Whether you have a skull deformity, facial fracture, tumor in the head or neck, or another abnormality of the head or face, our multidisciplinary reconstructive surgical team can help you. We are a team of nationally recognized plastic surgeons who each have a different subspecialty in reconstructive surgery. Our surgeons work as a team using advanced procedures and state-of-the-art tools and technologies to help restore function and regain your sense of self.
Because our plastic surgeons are experts in aesthetic facial surgery as well as reconstructive surgery, you can expect to receive treatment that puts an emphasis both on facial function and look. When you receive care from MedStar Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, you will benefit from a team of experts who work together to achieve the best result for each patient.
Choosing MedStar Health
MedStar Health is a regional leader in head and face reconstruction. We offer a dedicated center for facial restoration where we provide state-of-the-art surgical care for complex problems associated with the head and face. Our team of plastic, craniofacial, microvascular, and neurosurgeons work together to achieve the best possible result for you.
We make it easy for you to visit us with facilities available throughout the greater Washington, D.C., Baltimore area. And our new offices in McLean make it even easier to access our services.
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Stephen Bradley Baker, MD,DDS
Pediatric Plastic Surgery, Craniofacial Plastic Surgery & Plastic Surgery
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3800 Reservoir Road NW, BLES Building 1st. Floor Washington, D.C., 20007
Maxillofacial surgery: changing faces, changing lives- Kadiatu's story
Plastic and reconstructive surgeon Stephen Baker takes us through the 16 years of a patient journey that he calls one of the most transformative of his career. He used CT scans and 3D imaging to perform plastic surgery on a computer before going into the operating room. Meet his patient, Kadiatu Conteh, and see how her life was changed for the better.