There are many reasons for choosing plastic surgery. Cosmetic surgery can enhance appearance, build confidence, improve your life and make you feel like your old self again.
Reconstructive plastic surgery is a powerful resource to help you, such after breast cancer or a skin cancer resection, feel whole again and back to your "normal" self .
No matter your reason, we'll work with you to find the best solution to reach your goals.
Why Choose Luminis Health for Plastic Surgery
At Luminis Health Plastic Surgery, you receive:
- The highest standard of care.
- A full range of solutions for your situation.
- A team committed to you.
Our plastic surgeons work closely with breast surgeons, medical oncologists, surgical oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists and other health care professionals. This level of collaboration is not common in highly specialized care. As a result, you get holistic, coordinated care close to home.
Plus, that care doesn't stop once your surgery is complete. We want to give you the tools you need to lead a healthy and active life.
A Patient-Centered Approach to Cosmetic Surgery
No two patients are alike, and our highly trained team recognizes that everyone deserves individualized care. That's why we look at more than your medical chart when creating a treatment plan.
Instead of thinking of you as a patient, we like to consider you a partner in health. We might be the experts in plastic surgery, but you're the expert in you.
At Luminis Health Plastic Surgery, we offer a number of cosmetic procedures for people of all ages, body types and skin types. These include:
- Nonsurgical procedures, like dermal fillers, BOTOX and facial resurfacing.
- Surgical procedures, like breast reduction, breast augmentation and body contouring.
- Reconstructive procedures, including breast reconstruction, skin cancer reconstruction and scar revisions. We also do keloid excisions and treat pressure wounds.
Nonsurgical Cosmetic Procedures
Nonsurgical cosmetic procedures can effectively enhance your natural beauty and give you a healthier glow on the spot and in minimal time.
Through cosmetic procedures with an eye toward aesthetics, symmetry and proportion, plastic surgery can help you realize your ideal self.
Is Plastic Surgery Right for Me
You have an idea of your best, ideal self. Sometimes you only need a little help from a caring, qualified team to reach that goal. The surgeons, advance practice providers, nurses and other support staff at Luminis Health Plastic Surgery bring a high level of training and experience that will not only improve your looks, but also increase your confidence and well-being.
With a wide variety of reconstructive, microvascular and cosmetic surgery services, we'll find the solution that's right for you.
Our Care Approach
We take the time to listen so that we get to know you. By understanding what you want and any concerns you have, we can come up with a solution that's tailored to you.
Chief, Division of Plastic Surgery, Luminis Health
Dr. Masden is a board-certified plastic surgeon. After graduating at the top of his class from University of Rochester School of Medicine, he did his plastic surgery residency at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, DC. He spent the first part of his career practicing in Washington, DC with a focus on reconstructive and cosmetic plastic surgery. This included both elective breast surgery and breast reconstruction, body contouring after massive weight loss and limb salvage surgery. Dr. Masden is a trained microsurgeon and has also spent much of his practice on restoring form and function to patients after injury from trauma or cancer surgery. He joined Luminis Health as the chief of plastic surgery with the goal of bringing this expertise to the area.
Plastic Surgeon and Director of Microvascular Surgery at Anne Arundel Medical Center
Dr. Holton is a board-certified, fellowship-trained plastic and reconstructive surgeon. He has extensive expertise in reconstructive microsurgery, including reconstruction of the head and neck, breast, and extremities. Dr. Holton focuses on breast and body contouring, as well as facial aesthetic surgery. He is also active in research in the areas of biomaterials and biotechnology. He graduated medical school from Temple University and then completed his general surgery residency at the University of Maryland. He completed his fellowship training in plastic and reconstructive surgery at Johns Hopkins.
Lead Physician Assistant
Lauren joined Luminis Health Plastic Surgery in November 2021 as the lead physician assistant. She grew up in Mystic, Connecticut and went on to complete her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in physician assistant studies at Wagner College in Staten Island, NY. Lauren spent the first three and a half years of her career at The Johns Hopkins Hospital working for The Center for Transgender Health. At JHH she specialized in all areas of transgender health, including feminizing and masculinizing gender affirming procedures, breast cancer reconstruction and general plastic surgery. In addition to her work at Luminis Health, Lauren works as a per-diem general surgery physician assistant (PA), is involved in academic research, and is a part of advisory committees for PA school curriculum.
Telisha is a board-certified family nurse practitioner who joined the Luminis Health team in October 2021. She combines her medical experience with a specialized knowledge of diseases and unique concerns that affect our patient population. Telisha earned her baccalaureate in nursing from Angelo State University in San Angelo, TX. She went on to complete a Master’s Degree in emergency disaster management from Trident University International in California, and she also has a Master’s Degree in nursing from the University of Central Florida.
Telisha is a Major and Chief Nurse for the District of Columbia National Guard. She has worked as a nurse practitioner in vascular and family health and has over 15 years of nursing experience at the bedside in critical care and in outpatient clinics.
Ginny joined Luminis Health Plastic Surgery in 2015 after completing a one-year surgical residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Ginny received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from College of Charleston in South Carolina and went on to complete her physician assistant training at the University of Kentucky. Ginny has helped to grow the Luminis Health Plastic surgery department and has become highly experienced in creating and developing pathways for patients diagnosed with breast cancer, non-surgical aesthetics including injectable and laser therapies, and advancing her skills as the practice’s sole 3-D nipple areolar complex tattoo artist. In addition to her work at Luminis Health, she is a 3M consultant and teaches healthcare practitioners across the nation to use advanced wound care products for cosmetic and reconstructive cases.
Inside Our Office
This technique allows our surgeons to place breast implants after a mastectomy, so patients go to sleep with breast cancer and wake up with fully reconstructed breasts.
This technology tests the blood supply in breast tissue so our surgeons can work with the healthiest tissue during reconstruction.
This is a disposable system that helps keep incisions clean and protected.
This is a wound cleanser that's gentle and effective.
These next-generation implants retain their shape over time.