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Welcome to Samra Plastic Surgery, located in both Monmouth and Middlesex Counties, New Jersey, a premier medical practice in central New Jersey specializing in cosmetic, reconstructive and hand surgery. Our success is based on the mutual trust between patient and surgeon. We pride ourselves in educating our patients to empower and involve them in the decision making process. Our goal is to develop a customized treatment plan to address your specific needs in a comfortable, confidential and relaxed environment.
At Samra Plastic Surgery, you will never feel rushed or pressured. We take our time and pamper you as we believe every patient deserves. In addition, our staff is friendly and knowledgeable and ready to assist you in any way they can. We will support and encourage you from the beginning and throughout the entire process until your desired results are achieved. We are available 24 hours a day to answer your questions or listen to your concerns as well as for any emergencies.
We are pleased to be designated as a training center for Smart Lipo in New Jersey.
We look forward to serving you.
Salem Samra with Syrian American Medical Society
This past year Dr. Samra has participated in two surgical missions abroad. The first was in March with Hand Help, Inc. where he traveled to San Pedro Sula, Honduras for 1 week to perform hand surgeries on patients in need. The procedures involved complex reconstructive hand surgeries on patients (adults and children) with delayed presentations of nerve and tendon injuries as well as congenital deformities. He used his experience in Honduras to prepare him for his 2nd mission, a trip to Amman, Jordan from May 19-24 to operate on Syrian refugees.
Dr. Samra is the son of Syrian immigrants to the United States and felt compelled to do medical relief work to help the victims of the crisis in Syria. Through the coordination of the Syrian American Medical Society, Dr. Samra traveled to two hospitals in Amman that have been treating Syrian refugees through the sponsorship of international relief organizations. He performed 15 procedures on 9 patients, the most by an American surgeon on Syrian refugees in Jordan to date. These procedures included lower extremity reconstruction, craniofacial surgery, flap reconstruction of pressure sores in spinal cord injury patients, and complex reconstructive hand surgeries including bone, tendon, and nerve grafting. This is in addition to the distribution of approximately 200 lbs of medical supplies he carried over from the United States to distribute to medical workers aiding Syrians in need.