Dr. Singh is an associate 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.
Dr. Singh's special interests include facial cosmetic surgery, breast reconstruction including microsurgical techniques required for perforator flaps, breast augmentation, breast reduction, breast lifting, liposuction, injectable cosmetic medicine, endoscopic carpal tunnel release, and body contouring after massive weight loss. 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).
Complex abdominal reconstruction, biologic mesh
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
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