Dr. Jing Bai Qin is a nationally recognized plastic surgeon known for her expertise in innovative cosmetic surgery, reconstructive surgery, and plastic surgery. Dr. Jing received her undergraduate degree from Bates College, where she graduated with summa cum laude, multiple honors, and an unprecedented accomplishment of triple major in biology, economics, and neuroscience, as well as a minor in chemistry. She then attended Boston University Medical School, where she obtained her M.D. degree with Cum Laude distinction and multiple honors from the Boston Medical Center.
Dr. Jing completed her plastic surgery residency at the University of Massachusetts Integrated Plastic Surgery Residency Program, where she received multiple in-service awards and served as the Chief Resident at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. She then received additional specialized training in Hand and Microsurgery at the prestigious New York University, where she learned exceptional skills from the leading experts in plastic surgery and participated in the world’s first successful face and double hand transplant in history.
Dr. Jing performs a wide range of cosmetic plastic surgery procedures for the face, body, breast, and chest. She uses the latest techniques in facelift, neck lift, eye lift (blepharoplasty), eyebrow lift, ear pinning (otoplasty), rhinoplasty, and facial implants for the chin, jaw, and cheeks. She offers the most state-of-the-art minimal-incision breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reduction, tummy tuck (abdominoplasty), liposuction, mommy makeover, labiaplasty, fat transfer with enhancement, body contouring, and facial rejuvenation and hand rejuvenation using a variety of cutting-edge surgical and non-surgical modalities. For her male patients, she provides a variety of treatment modalities for gynecomastia removal and other enhancement options of the male chest, body, arms, and legs.
She treats a variety of hand and wrist problems, including carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger finger, arthritis, pain, sprain, stiffness, De Quervain’s tenosynovitis, ganglion cyst, mucous cyst, dupuytren’s contracture, tendon injury, nerve injury, weakness, paralysis, fracture, and deformity, amongst other pathologies.