Anne Arundel Medical Group launches cosmetic services practice

| November 8, 2016
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Devinder Singh, MD, Virginia Lobach, PA-C, Tripp Holton, MD

Anne Arundel Medical Group (AAMG) Plastic Surgery, a full-service plastic surgery practice affiliated with Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC), today announced the launch of its cosmetic services.

The practice opened last fall offering reconstructive and microvascular services in support of AAMC’s Rebecca Fortney Breast Center and other hospital units. AAMG Plastic Surgery is led by surgeons Tripp Holton, MD, and Devinder Singh, MD, board-certified plastic surgeons who offer expertise in aesthetic surgery and non-surgical procedures for the face and body.

AAMG Plastic Surgery offers the full-range of cosmetic services, from surgical procedures like tummy tucks, body contouring and breast augmentation to popular non-surgical treatments like Botox and Kybella.

“We’re proud of the work we do every day helping patients with advanced, complex trauma through microvascular and reconstructive surgery at Anne Arundel Medical Center,” says Dr. Singh, who also is chief and medical director of plastic surgery at AAMC. “And we’re now pleased to extend these services to cosmetic surgery.”

“We’re giving patients a full-range of options to look their best – including the latest in face, breast and body procedures – and doing so at the hospital they already know and trust makes all the difference,” adds Dr. Holton, who also is director of microvascular surgery at AAMC.

As an opening special, AAMG Plastic Surgery is offering 20 percent off surgeons’ fees for breast augmentation for a limited time. For more information on this special or to schedule an appointment, visit AAMGPlasticSurgery.com or call 443-481-3400.

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