Barry Neil Silberg, M.D., FACS
Background & Specialties
American Board of Plastic Surgery
Dr. Silberg attended Texas A&M University after which he attended The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, Texas. He graduated with a Doctor of Medicine degree in 1967. His internship was at the University of Wisconsin the following year. For the next three years Dr. Silberg was a Major in the United States Army Medical Corps serving in Germany. He was awarded the Army Commendation Medal for Meritorious Service for his contributions to NATO exercises throughout Europe.
Following service, Dr. Silberg trained in General Surgery at the Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas under highly respected heart and vascular surgeon, Dr. Michael E. DeBakey. During that time he studied Plastic Surgery with Dr. Thomas Cronin, the inventor of the modern breast implant.
He completed further training in Plastic Surgery at the University of Mississippi after which he became the first Chief Resident in Plastic Surgery at The University of California, Davis. After completing his training, he continued as Clinical Instructor in Plastic Surgery.
Past Instuctor in Plastic Surgery, University of California, Davis
Publications and Presentations
Dr. Silberg has published numerous professional articles and has presented his work as an invited guest professor and/or surgeon in Japan, Thailand, France, Mexico, Korea, and Brazil as well as at major medical meetings in the United States.
Hobbies and Interests
Piano, Clarinet, Skiing, Sailing, SCUBA, Rock Climbing, Motorcycle, equestrian