Dr. Jaime Flores excels in all matters aesthetic. His surgical expertise took shape at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, where his unique skill at sculpting the body culminated in the creation of a new reconstructive breast surgery, the LSGAP, which often is referred to as the “Flores flap.” Dr. Flores drew on his innovative and extensive reconstructive experience to hone the art of elective, aesthetic surgery. Whether you are seeking correction, enhancement, or rejuvenation, Dr. Flores caters his craft to, and delights in realizing, the unique wishes of each patient. He is proud to offer his clients the comfort of discrete, in-house procedures at a cutting-edge surgical suite designed by, and custom-built for, Dr. Flores with a view towards ensuring a luxurious and personalized experience.
An American Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Flores’ clinical and practical experience, and innate talent, is world-renowned. Domestically, Dr. Flores enjoyed a full-time faculty position in the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital. His gift for both performing and teaching surgery led to invitations to lecture and teach abroad. He now regularly travels internationally to instruct foreign surgeons on surgical techniques he has pioneered or practiced to perfection. Dr. Flores performs over 650 surgeries annually and has privileges at all local-area hospitals. He continually is recruited to improve upon medical equipment, and currently consults on the make and surgical use of state-of-the-art technologies.
Locally, Dr. Flores’ generous heart is legendary. In addition to taking his time when consulting with patients, Dr. Flores’ attention to his patients’ well-being post-operation is unparalleled. This is true for paying patients and for the countless patients who have benefited from Dr. Flores’ philanthropic work. Every year, Dr. Flores attends four to five international medical missions where he performs surgeries for cleft lips, cleft palates, burn scars, and other congenital deformities. He has been involved in missionary work since his college years and continues to devote himself to healing people in impoverished communities.
Dr. Flores grew up several blocks away from Johns Hopkins and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology while playing football for the Maryland Terrapins from 1989-1994. He graduated from the University of Maryland Medical School and completed residencies in both Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Otolaryngology. A perfectionist, humanitarian, and above all, a humble surgeon, Dr. Flores’ dedication to surgery and commitment to excellence is evident in every aspect of the practice he founded, Flores Plastic Surgery.
- Research & Publications
A Second Superior Gluteal Artery Perforator Flap with Previous Liposculpting to the Same Breast After Resection of Initial SGAP Breast Reconstruction Due to Cancer Recurrence
Avashia, YJ, Desrosiers AE 3rd, Flores JI. (Microsurgery. 2012 Jun 20)
Clinical Experience with the Lateral Septocutaneous Superior Gluteal Artery Perforator Flap for Autologous Breast Reconstruction
Rad AN, Flores JI, Prucz RB, Stapleton SM, Rosson GD. (Microsurgery. 2010 July 30)
Bilateral Simultaneous Laterally Placed Superior Gluteal Artery Flap for Unilateral Breast Reconstruction: A Case
Report.Magarakis M, Flores JI, Shridharani SM, Brazio PS, Venkat R, Rosson GD. (Accepted by PRS, May 2010)
Pyschosocial Assessment of Patients Before Reconstructive Breast Surgery: A Comparison of Delayed, Salvage, and Immediate Reconstruction Patients
Rosson GD, Shridharani SM, Basdag B, Stapleton SM, Flores JI, Manahan MA, Magarakis M, Pusic AL. (Presented at PSRC April 2010, accepted for poster presentation ACS October 2010)
Classification Schema for Anatomic Variations of the Inferior Epigastric Vasculature Evaluated by Abdominal CT Angiograms for Breast Reconstruction
Katz RD, Manahan MA, RAD AN, Flores JI, Singh NK, Rosson GD. (Microsurgery. April 2010)
A Review of the Surgical Management of Breast Cancer: Plastic Reconstructive Techniques and Timing Implications
Rosson GD, Magarakis M, Shridharani SM, Stapleton SM, Jacobs LK, Manahan MA, Flores JI. (Ann Surg Oncol. 17 July 2010)