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Warren Ellsworth, MD

Houston, TX

Ellsworth Plastic Surgery

18400 Katy Freeway, Suite 500
Houston, TX 77094

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Warren Ellsworth, MD

Warren Ellsworth, MD is a board-certified plastic surgeon performing cutting-edge techniques in breast reconstruction, microsurgery and cosmetic surgery in the Houston and Katy, Texas, areas. He provides patients with care at his surgical practice, Ellsworth Plastic Surgery, along with serving as medical director of plastic & reconstructive surgery at Houston Methodist West Hospital.

Dr. Ellsworth combines a compassionate approach with extensive experience in a variety of innovative techniques. He is one of the select surgeons now offering Resensation® to women considering autologous breast reconstruction after a mastectomy. The surgical technique uses nerve repair technology to give women the possibility of returned sensation to their newly restored breasts.

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Undergrad: Bachelor’s degree from University of Virginia
Medical Degree: Baylor College of Medicine

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