Sheri Slezak, M.D.
Dr. Slezak is a professor of surgery in the University Of Maryland School of Medicine and the Chief of the Division of Plastic Surgery. She has practiced at the University of Maryland for 22 years. After receiving her medical degree from Harvard University, Dr. Slezak completed her general surgery residency at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center. Dr. Slezak also completed a fellowship in plastic surgery at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. She is double boarded in general surgery and plastic surgery. She is the author of 35 papers and three book chapters. She was named a Baltimore Top Doc and a Castle Connelly Top Doc numerous times. Her areas of expertise include breast implants, cancer reconstruction, breast reduction, breast assymetries, abdominoplasties, and cosmetic surgery.
Nelson H. Goldberg, M.D. Dr. Goldberg is a professor of surgery in the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Dr. Goldberg's special areas of expertise include abdominal reconstruction, breast reconstruction after mastectomy, cancer, congenital deformities, cosmetic surgery, hand surgery and peripheral nerve surgery. After receiving his medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Dr. Goldberg completed a plastic surgery residency at Yale-New Haven Hospital and a hand fellowship at Yale-Hartford Hospital.
Dr. Goldberg has over 75 peer reviewed publications, 5 chapters, and has won The Wayne W. Babcock prize in medical school Dr. Goldberg has been named Top Docs Baltimore starting in 1991 and most recently 2012. He has also been named Chesapeake Family magazine favorite doctor for 2010 2011, and 2012.
Ronald P. Silverman, M.D.
Dr. Silverman is an associate professor of surgery in the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He has experience in facial and nasal reconstruction, skin cancer resection, burn reconstruction, complex wound management, general reconstructive surgery, as well as facial and breast cosmetic surgery. He maintains a clinical and research interest in skin cancer resection and facial/nasal reconstruction and is currently involved in research projects focused on tissue engineering for reconstructive surgery.
Dr. Silverman is also a member of the Kernan Hospital Cleft Lip and Palate team. After receiving his medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine, where he was awarded the Wayne W. Babock prize for outstanding performance in surgery, Dr. Silverman completed his plastic surgery residency at Harvard/Massachusetts General Hospital, where he gained an extensive experience in both cosmetic as well as reconstructive surgery.
Dr. Silverman is an expert in minimally invasive cosmetic surgery, facial cosmetic surgery, and breast and body contouring.
Devinder Singh, M.D.
Dr. Singh is an assistant professor of surgery in the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He received his medical degree from Columbia University, and completed a combined general surgery and plastic surgery residency at Yale University.
He is the Section Chief of Plastic Surgery at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Baltimore, and the Co-Director of the Kernan Hospital Cleft Palate Clinic. In 2011, he was appointed by the Governor to the State Medical Board, and in 2012 he was voted a "Top Doc" in Cosmetic Surgery by Baltimore Magazine.
Dr. Singh's special interests include facial cosmetic surgery, breast augmentation, tummy tucks, and body contouring. His original scientific research on body contouring was presented at national meetings, and he was awarded the Yale Plastic Surgery Research Prize for developing a new approach to treat obstructive nasal air passages during rhinoplasty (nose surgery).
Luther Holton, III, M.D.
Dr. Holton is the Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He received his medical degree from Temple University, and completed his residency at the University of Maryland Medical Center in the field of general surgery. He went on to complete his fellowship at the University of Maryland/Johns Hopkins in the area of plastic surgery. Dr. Holtonís special interests include general and microvascular breast reconstruction, facial and body cosmetic surgeries and the reconstruction of complex abdominal and chest wall deformities.
Rachel Bluebond-Langner, M.D.
Dr. Rachel Bluebond-Langner is an assistant professor of plastic and reconstructive surgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She received her medical degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine where she graduated at the top of her class. She has spent the last nine years training in plastic, maxillofacial, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery, first as a resident in the combined Johns Hopkins/University of Maryland Plastic Surgery Residency Program, then as a fellow in craniofacial microsurgery in Mexico City. She has authored more than 35 articles in internationally recognized peer reviewed journals and five book chapters and has presented at numerous national meetings. Dr. Bluebond-Langner has an interest in microsurgery, breast reconstruction, transgender surgery, facial trauma and reconstruction, and cosmetic surgery including procedures of the face (rhinoplasty, face lift, neck lift, eye lift, cheek augmentation), the breast (augmentation and lifts) and the body (body contouring and liposuction) as well as minimally invasive procedures (such as Botox, injectable dermal fillers, and chemical peels).
Yvonne Rasko, M.D.
Yvonne Rasko is an assistant professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She received her medical degree from George Washington University and trained in general surgery and plastic surgery at the University of Texas at Southwestern. She is the author of 5 papers and has research interests in nasal aesthetics and breast cancer. Her areas of expertise include rhinoplasty, breast reconstruction, cancer reconstruction, cosmetic surgery, skin fillers and Botox, and DIEP flap breast reconstruction.