Gregory O. Dick, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Dr. Gregory Dick completed seven years of surgical training at the Universities of Connecticut and Pittsburgh before fulfilling a 4-year obligation with the Navy for a medical school scholarship. He has received two medical Board certifications, from the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Plastic Surgery. His patients include celebrities, Congressmen, and members of the First Family. He has even made a house call to the White House.

Dr. Dick is a consultant to the National Institutes of Health and a clinical professor of surgery for the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda. He is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a member of many professional societies:

Before medical school, I had the desire to be an architect. What fun and fulfillment I experience everyday helping to create or restore “human” works of art.

  • American Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons
  • American Cleft Palate Society
  • Wound Healing Society
  • American College of Surgeons
  • National Capital Society

Dr. Dick is experienced in all aspects of plastic surgery and has a special interest in facial rejuvenation, body contouring, and cosmetic and reconstructive breast surgery. Well published, Dr. Dick has been quoted in the Washington Post and several magazines. He has appeared in cosmetic surgery programs on CNN and several local TV stations. Dr. Dick and one of his patients helped to create a cable television documentary on breast cancer that received two Ace Awards.

He has been selected by his peers as one of the Top Cosmetic Surgeons in the Washingtonian Poll each year for over 20 years. Dr. Dick recently received the most number of mentions in his specialty in the Washington Consumers' “Check Book”.

Shirley A. Olsen, M.D.

Dr. Olsen embarked on a modeling and fashion design career before pursuing her medical career, receiving degrees at Stanford and New York Medical College. She then trained at Cornell University - New York Hospital and the University of Connecticut to become a sought-after pediatrician.

After practicing for 15 years, she put her career on hold to raise a family and care for her terminally ill father. She then took advanced courses in the field of Laser therapy and skin care at Harvard and the National Laser Institute in Scottsdale, Arizona to become one of the best trained laser specialists in the state of Maryland, performing spot, spider vein, and hair removal, wrinkle and scar reduction, and laser treatment of acne.

With a rapidly growing population of satisfied patients, she has expanded her scope of practice to include Botox and filler treatments. In addition, Dr. Olsen is one of the first physicians in Maryland to perform CoolSculpting®, a non-invasive fat reduction tool with no down time that has become all the rage.

She is eager to bring all her passion and talent to helping you achieve your goals. Simple techniques. Simple tools. Minimal risk and downtime. All further confirmation of our philosophy of keeping it Simple.

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"It's been one year since my facelift, and I wanted to let you know how happy I am with the results of your wonderful skill and artistry.

A year ago, I looked like I was tired and angry all the time because of my deep frown lines and the puffy bags under my eyes. There was no way for me to apply eye shadow because of all the loose skin on my upper eyelids. My jowls made me look old and out-of-shape even though my weight was (and is) normal and I go to the gym six days a week. It was so frustrating to try to look good. I found myself trying to avoid catching sight of myself in mirrors.

All those things are gone now, without a trace. I'm so happy that I look so much younger and prettier.

Your reputation was such that I had complete confidence in you, and I'm so very happy with my decision.

Words can't really express my admiration and gratitude.

Sincerely,
Eileen P.

"I want to take this opportunity to tell you how happy I am with my new arms. Having normal arms was an unreachable goal for me and I had convinced myself that I would live life the best that I could, after all I was thin, wasn’t I? There are no words that can express how I feel now. When I look at myself, my beautiful, thin shapely arms, I have you to thank."

With admiration,
Michele D.

"My daughter is in fact delighted at the results of the surgery you performed on her nose. We are all very pleased not only with the results, but with the time you took in explaining each step of the procedure. You are truly top on my list of physicians."

Sincerely,
Lourdes P.

"When we were referred to you, we were at our wit's end and you helped greatly in restoring our faith in the medical profession. Needless to say, in our view any potential patient who is referred to you either for reconstructive or cosmetic surgery is indeed fortunate!"

Thanks again,
Nora & James L.

"It has been five weeks since you have performed my "Tummy Tuck". I am writing to tell you how thrilled I am with my new look! From Kelley who treated me super, to Elyse who talked me through my many fears and frustrations, to Ellie who quietly guided me with her strength and comments, right to you, the man with the dynamite smile and award winning bed side manner. I can't thank you all enough!"

Thank you sincerely for all you have done for me,
Lisa M.

"How does one even begin to thank you for taking 15 years of aging off their face? Every morning that I look in the mirror, I am astonished and oh so very happy to see the increments of improvement in my mirror. I know that I have you to thank for these wonderful results, and believe me. I thank you everyday. Thank you for your expertise, your fearlessness, and your ability to visualize what can be."

Sincerely,
Joan K.

"All of your patients are justly blessed to be "touched" by you. Not only are you a gifted and an exceptional surgeon, you are also artistically blessed with "hands of gold." In addition, you also possess an extraordinary bedside manner."

Very truly yours,
Xen N.

"I want to take this opportunity to tell you how happy I am with my new arms. Having normal arms was an unreachable goal for me and I had convinced myself that I would live life the best that I could, after all I was thin, wasn't I? There are no words that can express how I feel now. When I look at myself, my beautiful, thin shapely arms, I have you to thank."

With admiration,
Michele D.