Dr. Wilfred R. Ehrmantraut, Jr. offers his patients in Prince Frederick exceptional care with his experience of 20 years in plastic surgery. The care our patients receive at the Plastic Surgery of Southern Maryland is exceptional with delivering natural-looking results a priority. Patients choose us for the exceptional care and comfort they receive at our center. The undivided attention and individualized treatment ensures each patient enjoys the desired results from a procedure that has been tailored to suit their specific requirements.

Our goal is to help each of our patients feel confident and beautiful once again. There is a range of cosmetic, reconstructive, as well as noninvasive procedures we offer to help you regain your youthful contours. Depending on your requirements and desired aesthetic goals, we combine one or more of these procedures for a customized plan for you.

One of the most sought after procedures at our center is the breast procedures. Women continuously struggle with changes in the shape, size, contours, and volume of their breasts. While some of these changes might be subtle, most are too apparent like sagging skin and droopy nipples, excessive skin, and fat, deflated breasts and asymmetry. We offer a range of procedures that can help you increase your cup size, lift your droopy breasts and reduce very large breasts. With these customized procedures, women can achieve well-proportioned contours and ultimately regain their self-confidence.

You can also get breast reconstruction after mastectomy at our center to help you feel whole again. Men who are suffering from enlarged breasts or gynecomastia can seek help from us; we can offer you a reduction in the ‘male boobs’ and etch out a masculine chest to restore your self image. The breast procedures our patients in Prince Frederick can choose from:

About Prince Frederick, MD

Prince Frederick is an unincorporated community and census designated place in the Calvert County of Maryland. It has served as the county seat of Calvert County since 1722. The town most probably got its name from Frederick, the son of George II who was the Prince of Wales at the time of the town’s original inception. The Solomons Island Road is the major north – south artery through Prince Frederick connecting it to other parts of Maryland.

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