The Maryland Plastic Surgery Center is a national study site for the Threadlift Facelift. The Center is conveniently located just south of the Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI). Downtown Baltimore is 15 minutes to the north, Washington DC is 45 minutes to the southwest, and downtown Annapolis is 20 minutes to the south. Other neighboring suburbs include Ellicot City, Columbia, Crofton, Bowie, Towson, Timonium, Silver Spring, Rosedale, Randallstown, Garrison, Kenwood, Essex, Jessup, Montpelier, Odenton, Bethesda, Belvedere Heights and Parole.
Patients frequently travel to the Maryland Plastic Surgery Center from Virginia, Philadelphia, and Delaware.
Baltimore is a harbor city on the Patapsco River off of the Chesapeake Bay, one of the most historic cities in the United States. Home to famous landmarks like Fort McHenry and the Edgar Allan Poe House, Baltimore is rich in history and culture. However, Baltimore is undergoing a tremendous downtown renovation which is modernizing its future.
Downtown Baltimore is home to the Orioles baseball team and the Ravens football team. Local attractions of the world famous Inner Harbor include: ESPN Zone, the National Aquarium, Discovery World, Pier 6, Historic Fells Point and Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Annapolis, the state capital of Maryland, is a city like no other. Located on the Chesapeake Bay, Annapolis is home to the U.S. Naval Academy and is truly the country’s sailing capital. Annapolis is a year-round getaway for travelers from across the world and features both specialty boutiques and full-scale shopping malls. Whether you take to strolling through the Historic District or take on the scenic biking trails, you set your own pace in Annapolis.
Of course, no trip to the region is complete without visiting the nation’s capital - Washington, D.C. Countless attractions from the roots of American history to the latest in technology can be found throughout the Smithsonian Institute. Other features include The White House, The National Air and Space Museum, The National Zoo and The Smithsonian Institute. Restaurants and shopping are around every corner.