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Aisha McKnight-Baron , MD

Marietta, GA

Breast Body Beauty

2550 Windy Hill Rd. SE , Suite 312
Marietta, GA 30067

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Aisha McKnight-Baron, MD

Aisha McKnight-Baron, MD is board-certified plastic surgeon who provides advanced cosmetic and reconstructive procedures in the metro Atlanta area at Breast Body Beauty Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. As a cancer survivor, Dr. Baron has a special interest in helping women potentially restore their self-esteem after breast cancer treatment and mastectomy through breast reconstruction surgery.

Dr. McKnight-Baron is dedicated to providing compassionate and personalized care to breast reconstructive patients. She offers a wide range of surgical options using cutting-edge technology, including autologous (free flap) breast reconstruction with Resensation® – a new surgical technique designed to potentially restore breast sensation after a mastectomy.

Affiliated Hospitals

  • Northside Hospital Atlanta, Cherokee and Forsyth

Undergrad: Bachelor of science in biology from Spelman College
Medical Degree: Meharry Medical College in Nashville
Residency: Integrated plastic surgery residency at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston
Certifications: Board certified through the American Board of Plastic Surgery

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