Dr. Bradley Eisemann graduated, with honors, from the University of Pennsylvania with a BA in biochemistry. He then returned to Houston to complete medical school at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston, followed by the six-year plastic surgery residency at Baylor College of Medicine.
After residency training, he sought out further training with a specific focus on craniofacial plastic surgery at New York University, one of the nation’s leading training programs. The fellowship provided in-depth training in facial reconstruction and restoration for both children and adults.
Operating on a child as early as the first week of life offers a unique opportunity to see the power of plastic surgery. In many cases, surgery can prevent a child from a functional or aesthetic setback years before the child becomes aware of any issue.