Raj Mohan, MD
Dr. Mohan is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he majored in mathematics. MIT is consistently ranked as one of the top universities in the United States. He became interested in plastic surgery in his final year of undergraduate studies and performed a prestigious research fellowship at the National Institute of Health (NIH). His contributions led to publications in many of the highest-level scientific journals such as Nature and Neuron.
He then attended the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and received a merit scholarship. At the University of Miami, he graduated in the top 5% of his class and was inducted into the national honor society Alpha Omega Alpha. He worked closely with the division of plastic surgery at the University of Miami and published many peer-reviewed publications in major plastic surgery journals. Dr. Mohan then successfully matched into the highly coveted integrated plastic surgery residency at the combined Johns Hopkins and University of Maryland plastic surgery program.
The Johns Hopkins/University of Maryland plastic surgery programs is one of the top ranked plastic surgery programs which features extensive training in all aspects of plastic surgery. During his residency, Dr. Mohan completed a research fellowship under the tutelage of Dr. Eduardo Rodriguez who is one of the premier plastic surgeons in the world. He is credited with performing one of the most extensive face transplants in the world and Dr. Mohan was a member of his team. After the completion of his residency, Dr. Mohan completed a one year aesthetic surgery fellowship at Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute. This is a fellowship approved by the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). Here he trained under world-renowned leaders in plastic surgery such as Dr. Rod J. Rohrich, Dr. A. Jay Burns, and Dr. Stephen H. Byrd. He developed highly specialized knowledge of cosmetic surgeries of the breast, body, and face.
With his broad exposure and unparalleled training, Dr. Mohan began his private plastic surgery practice in the DFW metroplex. Dr. Mohan, his wife, and one daughter now call Dallas-Fort Worth their home. In his free time, he enjoys exercise, travel, and writing. One of the most rewarding aspects of Dr. Mohan’s career has been the opportunity to treat underprivileged patients in developing nations. He has been involved with mission trips to Haiti and India.
Dr. Mohan’s philosophy is that each patient is unique and he individualizes a plan for each one. He treats each patient with the utmost care and concern to achieve the best possible outcome. Many of his patients and colleagues recognize that he is a great listener with excellent bedside manner. He believes patient care always comes first and he aims to provide concierge care for each patient.