Ronald Luethke, MD
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon
As a plastic surgeon, Ronald Luethke, MD brings a wealth of experience in restoring and correcting the form and function of the human body. Dr. Luethke also has a special interest in aesthetic facial surgery, breast, and body contouring including autologous fillers and prostheses.
Dr. Luethke has a considerable background in immediate and delayed breast reconstruction using tissue expansion and myocutaneous flaps, including skin and nipple sparing methods. He has special expertise in the management of skin and soft tissue malignancies including melanoma. He also has extensive experience in the management of difficult wounds from traumatic, neurologic, vascular, metabolic, infectious, and autoimmunity causes.
Dr. Luethke is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Md. He completed his General Surgery Residency at Vanderbilt University Hospital in Nashville, Tenn., a Plastic Surgery Residency at Johns Hopkins, a Hand Fellowship from the Raymond Curtis Hand Center, as well as a Craniofacial and Microvascular Surgery Residency from the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services in Baltimore, Md. He also received specialized training in Vascular Surgery in Adelaide, Australia as part of his overall surgical training experience at Vanderbilt.