Dr. Bryan Ambro is a board certified facial plastic surgeon who specializes in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery of the face, head and neck. His focused areas of interest and expertise include cosmetic and functional rhinoplasty, aging face surgery (eyelids, brow and facelift), otoplasty (external ear sculpting), scar revision and skin cancer reconstruction. Dr. Ambro also has a special interest in microtia reconstruction, and participates in annual medical missions to Cambodia to surgically repair or create ears for children and adults with congenital and traumatic ear deformities.
Dr. Ambro also offers the latest in non-surgical rejuvenation treatments including Botox™, Dysport™ and a number of injectable fillers (Retylane™, Radiesse™ and Sculptra™ ).
Dr. Ambro has a diverse training background that includes painting and drawing, for which he has received several awards and a scholarship. Incorporating these fine arts skills into his clinical practice, Dr. Ambro strives to achieve natural-appearing results in each of his patients. He finds that “an over-operated look is what I, and most of my patients, fear the most. The goal of any rejuvenation procedure should be to restore lost features of youth in a balanced, natural fashion.”
Dr. Ambro completed his undergraduate education at Georgetown University. He received a master's degree from Cambridge University (England), performing research in the Division of Virology on potential human papilloma virus vaccines. He graduated magna cum laude from the Jefferson Medical College, where he was also inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society and received, among other awards, the S. MaCuen Smith Memorial Prize in Otology.
After a one-year internship in general surgery, Dr. Ambro completed a four-year residency in otolaryngology–head & neck surgery at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. He then went on to complete a fellowship in facial plastic & reconstructive surgery at the University of Washington Medical Center, one of the top programs in the country.
Dr. Ambro is an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland Medical Center, and serves as a reconstructive surgeon at the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center. He is a member of the American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery and the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery. He is also an active member in Face to Face, a national domestic violence program that offers pro-bono surgical treatment to individuals who have facial injuries as a result of domestic violence.
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