Drs. Gregory H. Branham, John Chi and Emily A. Spataro are facial plastic surgeons who combine the artistry of cosmetic enhancement with the science of corrective surgery. At the Washington University Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Center, they offer a wide variety of cosmetic facial enhancements, treat complex facial nerve disorders and are leaders in facial reconstruction. Here are just a few of the services the team provides:
- Facial laser treatments and peels to improve skin
- Rhinoplasty, which can improve the look of your nose AND improve breathing
- Blepharoplasty, or surgery that repairs droopy eyelids
- Lip augmentation
- Scar revision
- Hairline lowering
- Facial reconstruction after trauma, illness or because of a congenital disorder
- Facial reanimation
- Mohs surgery, microscopically controlled surgery used to treat common types of skin cancer
Careful planning of any facial treatment results in the best outcome and shortens downtime. Our physicians work to understand each patient’s goals and develop a treatment plan tailored to help them look and FEEL their best.
Why you should choose the Washington University Facial Plastic Surgery Center
Our physicians are board–certified, fellowship–trained facial plastic surgeons, and they are all involved in facial plastic surgery research. As members of the American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery, they have access to the latest advances so they can provide the most innovative and research–proven procedures for their patients.
This special understanding of the face allows them to offer natural cosmetic enhancement procedures that are safe and enduring, as well as perform complicated reconstructive surgeries due to cancer, trauma and accidents. When visiting the Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Center, located at Barnes–Jewish West County Hospital, patients are provided comprehensive consultations to help determine the best approach to achieve their desired results.