Dr. Samir M. Chebaro is currently a Plastic Surgeon working at Clemenceau Medical Center, affiliated with John Hopkins International. Having been in his profession since 1992, Dr. Chebaro's main focus includes cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, omfs, body contouring, and facelifts. His personal specialty is reconstructive surgery. Dr. Chebaro is fluent in French, Arabic, and English.
Dr. Chebaro was prompted to get involved in this profession since high school. He was always passionate about healthcare. Dr. Chebaro has been published in magazine articles and international journals. Within the next few years, Dr. Chebaro plans to continue to work in Lebanon and grow in his field while making a difference. At this stage in his career, Dr. Chebaro would like to gain more exposure, and be recognized for what he has done so far. He credits his success to his education, and his passion and drive. Dr. Chebaro is most proud of the time he spent at Stanford University.
A highly qualified professional with 25 years of medical practice; proven expertise in performing Cosmetic and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery. Adept at using established surgical techniques during surgeries. Demonstrated perseverance, compassion and attention to detail. Known for the ability to examine complicated cases and effectively perform under pressurized situations. Successful in managing time, prioritizing tasks, exercising sound judgment and improving the quality of patient care. American skills with a French touch.
Dr. Chebaro is a Board-certified in both cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery he graduated from France with a DDS and then from Stanford Medical School with an MD. After completing residency in Plastic Surgery Dr. Chebaro continued training with a fellowship in Maxillofacial Orthognatic Surgery at Baylor University in Texas. During this time he taught special skills in plastic surgery and was involved in many missions trip to Europe. He got a PhD degree in 1998. He is now considered one of the foremost experts in aesthetic plastic surgery.