Bonnie Baldwin MD Plastic Surgery

It's the way you feel.

Cosmetic surgery for the everyday women.

"The human body is a magnificent creation. Each has its own unique features which may alter with time and life events. Feeling good about one's body is the foundation of self-esteem confidence and contentment. The final reward comes to both me and my patients through empathy, caring, talent, and compassion." Dr. Bonnie Baldwin MD, FACS
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Books and Chapters

  1. Baldwin BJ, Stal S, Matson C: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. In: Rakel RE (ed). Textbook of Family Practice, pp. 782-795. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 1990.
  2. Kroll SS, Baldwin BJ: Head and Neck Reconstruction with the Rectus Abdominis Free Flap. In: Schusterman, MA (ed). Clinics in Plastic Surgery, vol. 21(1); pp 97-105. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 1994.
  3. Baldwin BJ: Effect of Chemotherapy on Reconstruction and Wound Healing. In: Droll SS (ed). Reconstructive Plastic Surgery for Cancer, pp 12-16. St. Louis: Mosby, 1996.
  4. Baldwin BJ: Pedicled Regional Flaps for Reconstruction. In: Weber RS, Miller MJ, Goepfert H (ed). Basal and Squamous Cell Skin Cancers of the Head and Neck, pp 275-288. Philadelphia: Williams & Wilkins, 1996.

My Approach

My surgical approach focuses on providing a natural look that fits each individual. When any person feels they are at their best they portray themselves as more energized, more enthusiastic, and with greater self-esteem. If someone has something that bothers them on a daily basis and that bothersome issue can be corrected by surgery, I feel the patient should come in for a consultation.


"I want to thank you deeply. You have made a big difference in my life" T.A., Pasadena, TX.