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Rodger Brown , MD

Houston, TX

Brown Plastic Surgery

18400 Katy Freeway, Suite 500
Houston, TX 77094

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Rodger Brown, MD

Rodger Brown, MD is a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon in the West Houston/Katy, Texas, area. As the founder of Brown Plastic Surgery and a partner at Houston Methodist Institute for Reconstructive Surgery, he strives to provide each patient with a personalized experience and optimal results through technical excellence and compassionate care.

Dr. Brown has a special interest in breast reconstruction for women who have undergone a mastectomy to treat breast cancer. He offers autologous (free flap) breast reconstruction such as the DIEP flap, which uses a woman’s natural tissue to recreate breasts. He also offers Resensation®, a surgical technique that offers the potential to restore sensation to the breasts of women after mastectomy. Resensation is available to women who choose reconstruction using natural tissue.

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Undergrad: Bachelor of science from Baylor University
Medical Degree: Baylor College of Medicine in the Texas Medical Center in Houston
Residency: Integrated plastic surgery at Baylor College of Medicine

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