Joshua Lemmon , MD

Richardson, TX

Baylor Scott and White Plano

3201 E. President George Bush Hwy., 101
Richardson, TX 75082

Joshua Lemmon, MD

Born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, Dr. Joshua Lemmon is a board-certified plastic surgeon who joined the Regional Plastic Surgery practice in 2007. His practice is focused on both reconstructive and aesthetic surgery, and he performs over 1,000 surgical procedures every year. He is a Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgery, as well as the American Society of Reconstructive Microsurgery. With one of the largest practices for microvascular breast reconstruction in the DFW Metroplex (including DIEP and perforator flaps), his reconstructive patients frequently comment that “his compassion and professionalism make their cancer journey smoother than expected.”

Undergrad: B.S. from University of Dayton
Medical Degree: Case Western Reserve University
Residency: Plastic Surgery at University of UT-Southwestern Medical Center
Certifications: American Board of Plastic Surgery, Certificate of added qualification for surgery of the hand
Awards: He has been selected ten consecutive times as one of the best plastic surgeons in Dallas and seven times in Collin County by his peers and D Magazine.

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