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Jennifer Parker Porter, MD, FACS
Chevy Chase Facial Plastic Surgery
7201 Wisconsin Ave., Suite 515
Honors and Achievements
Board Certified; ABFPRS, ABOHNS;
Specializations: Rhinoplasty, Eyelid Surgery;
Fellow, American College of Surgeons;
A Top Vote Getter, “Best Cosmetic Surgeon,” Bethesda Magazine’s Best of Bethesda Readers Poll, 2017
One of the most distinguished plastic surgeons in the area, Dr. Jennifer Parker Porter is a leading expert in surgical, non-surgical and skin care procedures to make patients look and feel their very best. With over 20 years of experience in Facial Plastic Surgery she continues to keep up to date with the latest in the field.
A native of Washington, DC, she is extraordinarily accomplished, and is double board certified as a Facial Plastic Surgeon specializing in Rhinoplasty, eyelid and facial aesthetic rejuvenation. “We specialize in facial procedures. That means we’re focused on the face all day, every day, and I think that’s to our patients’ advantage,” Dr. Porter says. “There’s lots of nuance in what patients want, as well as in skin types, coloring, nose size, face shape and more.”
Dr. Porter gives back in many ways. She’s a Clinical Associate Professor at Georgetown University Medical Center and has served as a guest examiner for two medical boards in her field. Her contributions to the field earned her a research grant from the American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. She’s served on community boards including the Western Montgomery County Citizens Advisory Board, the Montgomery County Medical Society Executive Board, and her church vestry. She participates in a wide variety of community service projects and mentors young women interested in the medical field.
Dr. Porter performs surgeries such as Rhinoplasty, Revision Rhinoplasty, Facelift, Blepharoplasty, Brow lift and Otoplasty. Procedures offered include Botox®, BBL™, dermal fillers, Thermage®, MicroLaserPeel™, SculpSure® and more. “Come in and let’s talk about your needs,” she says. “We can do so much today that doesn’t involve downtime.”