Greater Washington Plastic Surgery Associates | Vineet Mehan, MD, | Earl M. Johnson, Jr., MD,

Dr. Mehan’s Awards & Recognitions

As the recipient of many awards including America’s Top Plastic Surgeons and Northern Virginia Top Surgeons, Dr. Mehan continues to excel as one of the area’s premier plastic surgeons.

Credentials And Distinctions

  • Diplomate and Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery
  • Diplomate and Board Certified by the American Board of Surgery
  • Member, American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). – Membership requires certification, peer review, participation in continuing education, and adherence to a strict code of ethics.
  • Member, American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). – Membership is limited to board-certified plastic surgeons with significant experience in cosmetic surgical procedures.
  • Member, American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS)
  • Member, American Medical Association (AMA)
  • Member, American College of Surgeons (ACS)

Local And National Recognitions

  • America’s Top Plastic Surgeons
    by the Consumer Research Council of America in 2009 and 2010
  • America’s Top Surgeons
    by the Consumer Research Council of America in 2009 and 2010
  • Northern Virginia Top Surgeons
    by Northern Virginia Magazine in 2010
  • Most Influential Young Washingtonians
    by Washington Life Magazine in 2010

Additionally, Dr. Mehan has been privileged to travel to rural India for the last two years with a small group of fellow plastic surgeons in order to treat the medically underserved. Many of them burn victims from deliberate acts of cruelty known as “bride burnings”, these foreign doctors are the patient’s only hope. In January 2013 in just under 4 days on site at Apollo Hospital, the 6 surgeons were able to perform over 100 life-altering surgeries, allowing for not only a more “normal” appearance of their patients, but more importantly an increase in these individuals functional capabilities and, therefore, an increase in livelihood.

These extraordinarily humbling experiences are ones that Dr. Mehan wishes to continue annually by returning to India at the beginning of each year in the hopes that he may further contribute to helping to improve the lives of these individuals who have such poor access to care.

American Society of Indian Plastic Surgeons

To read the personal accounts of two of his fellow surgeons from this particular trip, please click to the following links.