Dr Benjamin Lam

(215) 702-8600104 Pheasant Run
Building A #123
Newtown, PA 18940

Meet Dr. Benjamin Lam, a Plastic Surgeon in Newtown, PA

Dr. Benjamin Lam – Twenty years of outstanding results as a Plastic Surgeon in Newtown, Bucks County, PA

drlam2Dr. Benjamin Lam is a pioneer in the plastic and reconstructive surgery world and one of the area’s only double board-certified plastic surgeons. His surgical techniques continue to be referenced in the most prestigious national publications and emulated by leading surgeons in this field. Dr. Lam’s technological advances in the medical surgical industry have even been registered with the United States Patent Office.

A fellow of both the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery and American College of Plastic Surgeons, Dr. Lam is Past-President of the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Section of the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons (ACOS). He is Director of the Plastic Surgery Residency at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. In addition to several hospital affiliations and membership of numerous professional societies, Dr. Lam is also involved with passing on his expertise and knowledge to other cosmetic and reconstructive surgeons. He is a highly respected national speaker as well as a published author in the esteemed medical journal, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Lam’s published article, “Use of Alloderm …”

With nearly two decades of training and practice, Dr. Lam is widely recognized for his advancements in facial rejuvenation, breast surgery and body contouring. At the forefront of Dr. Lam’s success is his commitment to understanding each patient’s individual needs and goals. This patient-first philosophy combined with Dr. Lam’s surgical artistry and expertise has allowed thousands of men and women–from playboy playmates to soccer moms–achieve exceptional aesthetic results. Patients place themselves in his hands with complete confidence.

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In the News

Dr. Benjamin Lam was recently referenced in Health & Medicine April/May 2016 with respect to his involvement with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for patients with autism.