Navin K. Singh, M.D., FACS
- Washingtonian Plastic Surgery
5454 Wisconsin Ave, Ste 1710
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
- Tel: Click for phone number301-244-0277
- Fax: 888-406-4432
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Background & Specialties
American Board of Plastic Surgery - 2001
Brown University, Bachlor of Arts 1986-1989
Brown University Medical School 1989-1993
Harvard School of Public Health 1992-1993
Johns Hopkins Hospital, General Surgery 1993-1997
Plastic Surgery Fellowship, Johns Hopkins Hospital, University of Maryland 1997-1999
Dr. Navin K. Singh is an Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Division of Plastic, Reconstructive and Maxillofacial Surgery. He is an attending surgeon at Johns Hopkins Hospital, the Center for Cosmetic Surgery, and the UMMS R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy and mathematics from Brown University, and graduated at the top of his class at Brown University Medical School. He also holds a Masters degree in Clinical Biostatistics from Harvard.
Publications and Presentations
Dr. Singh is widely published and is a member of many prestigious national surgical organizations such as The American Society of Plastic Surgeons, The American College of Surgeons, and The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. He has been published in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Annals of Plastic Surgery, and is on the editorial board of The Aesthetic Surgery Journal. He has contributed book chapters for Current Therapy in Plastic Surgery, AO Manual of Internal Fixation of the Craniomaxillofacial Skeleton, Surgical Therapy, and Alarm Bells in Medicine. As an educator, he teaches at board review courses and writes for the annual in-training examination for plastic surgery. He has been featured in both print and broadcast media for his innovative work.
Heitmiller RF, Gruber PJ, Swier P, Singh N. Long-segment substernal jejunal esophageal replacement with internal mammary vascular augmentation. Diseases of the Esophagus. 2000;(13), 240-242.
Nahabedian MY, Dooley W, Singh N, Manson P. Contour abnormalities of the abdomen after breast reconstruction with abdominal flaps: the role of muscle preservation. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Jan. 2002; Vol. 109 No. 1, 91-101.
Tu AT, Girotto JA, Singh N, Dufresne CR, Robertson BC, Seyfer AE, Manson PN, Iliff N. Facial fractures from dog bite injuries. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Apr. 2002;Vol.109 No. 4, 1259-1265.
Singh N, Robertson BC, Dellon A Lee. Use of an innervated tongue flap to rehabilitate the tongue after hypoglossal to facial nerve transfer. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Jun 2002; Vol. 109 No. 7, 2439-2442.
Chevray PM, Singh NK. Abdominal wall reconstruction with the free tensor fascia lata myofasciocutaneous flap using intraperitoneal gastroepiploic recipient vessels. Annals of Plastic Surgery. July 2003;51(1):97-102.
Girotto JA, Chiaramonte M, Menon G, Singh NK, Tufaro AP, Nahabedian M, Goldberg NH, Manson PN. Recalcitrant abdominal wall hernias: long-term superiority of autologous tissue repair. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2003 Jul;112(1):106-14.
Silverman RP, Singh NK, Li, EN, Disa, JJ, Girotto JA, Slezak, S, Goldberg NH. Restoring abdominal wall integrity in contaminated tissue-deficient wounds using autologous fasica grafts. Plast and Reconstructive Surgery. 2004 Feb; 113(2): 673-5.
Nahabedian MY, Singh NK, Deune EG, Silverman RP, Tufaro AP. Recipient vessel analysis for microvascular reconstruction of the head and neck. Annals of Plastic Surgery. In Press.
Taghva, A, Rodriguez, ED, Silverman, RP, Singh, NK, Tufaro,AP. The Buccal Fat Pad for periorbital reconstruction: a cadaver dissection and report of two cases. Plast and Reconstructive Surgery. In Press.
Dr. Singh speaks nationally and internationally on microvascular reconstruction, breast reconstruction, complex abdominal wall reconstruction, advances in liposuction, and preserving nipple-areolar sensation following reduction mammoplasty. He is a requested speaker on many topics at the major medical centers here in the USA and has been sought to perform surgery on numerous international dignitaries and royalty both here and abroad.