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Dr. Brian P. Maloney, MD, FACS

Plastic Surgeon | Facial Plastic Surgery

6111 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd Ne Bldg E Suite 201 Atlanta GA, 30328



Plastic surgeon specialist Dr. Maloney Double Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon with a successful practice in Atlanta, Georgia, Dr. Brian Maloney has a highly established reputation for being an authority figure in the world of Facial Plastic Surgery. With every cosmetic procedure he performs, Dr. Maloney’s artistic excellence and dedication to detail shines through, and is reinforced by his thousands of overjoyed Atlanta plastic surgery patients who come from all around Georgia, the United States, and even from around the world.

Dr. Maloney takes a sincere and honest, caring approach to plastic surgery in Atlanta, always trying to help his Atlanta patients discover how to enhance their natural beauty. At The Maloney Center for Facial Plastic Surgery Dr. Maloney can help you enhance your facial features through various facial cosmetic procedures that he is highly well known for throughout the Atlanta, GA area. With his magnetic personality and persistent compassion, he is a cherished, internationally recognized, and highly valuable affiliate of the cosmetic community. We invite you to visit The Maloney Center for Facial Plastic Surgery to discuss all of your cosmetic needs. 

Phone: 770-804-0007

Email: info@maloneycenter.com

Website: www.maloneycenter.com 

Education and Training

Birmingham, Alabama Plastic Surgery Fellowship 1992

Syracuse, New York Head/Neck Surgery Residency 1991

Northeast Ohio Medical University 1986

Board Certification

American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

American Board of Otolaryngology

Plastic Surgery Within the Head and Neck (Otolaryngology)

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Dr. Brian P. Maloney, MD, FACS
Dr. Brian P. Maloney, MD, FACS's Expert Contributions
  • Mini Facelift - Mini but Mighty

    If you are beginning to see sagging skin or loss of definition in the lower part of the jaw or face, it might be time to consider a Mini Facelift. Deep wrinkles or frown lines around the mouth and pronounced jowls can keep you from living your best life professionally and personally. A mini facelift...

  • An Earful of Ideas

    The ears frame your face, so proportion and balance is a desirable goal. The changing appearance over time, congenital defects, and trauma can all impact the way that you feel about yourself. Have you heard about these concerns regarding your ears?• Ear Tags: Our ears form six small bumps or...

  • Lips Should Look Natural

    The mouth area is what I refer to as the maintenance area of the face. We have heavy muscles that flex the lips as we talk, eat, and especially as we use straws. The end result, over time, is that our lips become thinner and wrinkled, similar to a grape becoming a raisin. Around the edge of the lip,...

  • Does the double chin removal work?

    Liposuction is the permanent removal of fat cells. It is a wonderful procedure to correct a double chin or fullness along the jawline in the younger patient with good skin tone. Men can often have this procedure even later in life due to the thicker male skin. Patients who have loose skin, as well as fullness, may be a better candidates for a Facelift. Facial Liposuction is a routine part of a Face Lift procedure for many patients. READ MORE

  • Does a rhinoplasty change your smile?

    Rhinoplasty does not change your smile. READ MORE

  • How long do blepharoplasty scars take to heal?

    In upper Eyelid Surgery, I mark the individual lines and creases of the lids to keep the scars as invisible as possible along these natural folds. The incision is made, and excess fat, muscle, and loose skin are removed. Fine sutures are used to close the incisions, thereby minimizing the visibility of any scar. In lower Eyelid Surgery, I make the incision in an inconspicuous site along the lash line and smile creases of the lower lid. Excess fat, muscle, and skin are then trimmed away before the incision is closed with fine sutures. Eyelid puffiness caused primarily by excess fat may be corrected by a Transconjunctival Blepharoplasty. The incision in this case is made inside the lower eyelid, and excess fatty material is removed. When sutures are used to close this kind of incision, they are invisible to the eye. They are also self-dissolving and leave no visible scar. Under normal conditions, Blepharoplasty will take one hour. Patients with a deep groove under the eye may have Eyelid fat transferred to soften this depression. READ MORE

  • Is it worth getting a rhinoplasty?

    Rhinoplasty, also known as nose reshaping surgery, is a procedure that modifies the size, shape, and proportions of the nose. When planned and performed by a trained and skilled facial plastic surgeon rhinoplasty can not only improve the appearance of the nose but also enhance facial harmony. Rhinoplasty can also be performed to address breathing or other functional problems caused by structural deformities. If you have any of these concerns, then it might be worth it for you. READ MORE

  • How painful is a nose job recovery?

    Following rhinoplasty, patients may initially experience swelling, bruising and minor discomfort. This is normal, and discomfort can be easily managed with prescription oral medication. Patients generally plan on taking one week off from work and other normal activities. During this time, it is important to rest as much as possible with the head elevated. We schedule several follow-up appointments to remove the outer splint. I do not use nasal packing on the inside of the nose. Instead, I use dissolvable sutures to the meltaway. READ MORE

  • Are cheek implants better than fillers?

    If your natural cheek structure lacks appealing contours and angles, I may recommend cheek implants to improve the overall balance of your facial features. A variety of materials are used for Cheek Implants, and I can help you understand the best option for you for your cheek augmentation. Sometimes the cheeks can also be filled up with a hyaluronic filler to give the patient an idea of the impact a Cheek Implant can have. One option or the other can be a better choice depending on the patient's features or goals. READ MORE

  • How long after a facelift can I go out in public?

    I provide detailed aftercare instructions that are very important to follow post-surgery, such as avoiding strenuous activity, applying cold compresses, and keeping the head elevated to minimize swelling. Recovery times vary from patient to patient; however, many are able to return to work or go out in public after one to two weeks. It is a very personal decision and the time frame does vary from patient to patient. READ MORE

  • Does ear pinning surgery hurt?

    Otoplasty is performed as an outpatient procedure. I typically recommend using general anesthesia. General, local or twilight sedation may be used for older patients. During the procedure, I will create an incision behind the ear, in the natural crease where the ear meets the head. Scarring is usually well concealed. To resize overly large ears, I will remove cartilage and skin as needed. I may also reshape the cartilage to improve the shape of the ears. For protruding ears, I will reshape the cartilage then secure it using permanent sutures. Once I am done making all of the agreed-upon modifications, I will close the incisions with dissolvable sutures. READ MORE

  • Can you make your jawline more defined?

    Yes, the jawline can be more defined either surgically or non-surgically. A strong jawline adds definition to your facial contour, balances other facial features, and commands attention. If you believe that a more prominent jawline could enhance your appearance, or if your jawline appears weak due to injury or a congenital deficiency, then jaw implants can provide harmony and frame your face. Additionally, aesthetic products like Sculptra or an injectable in the Juvederm family of fillers like Vollure, Voluma, or Ultra Plus can be used for a liquid enhancement. READ MORE

  • Does Retinol help with acne scars?

    Yes, it can help with acne scars. Tretinoin is the generic name for RetinA, RetinA micro, Avite, Atralin, or Renova. It is the second most important skincare product for most of us that we can apply to our skin. Sun protection is number one. Many people are familiar with tretinoin for the treatment of acne in younger patients. It requires a prescription and is never sold over the counter. Products containing retinol are not the same as products containing tretinoin. Retinol is the precursor to tretinoin. When applied to the skin, a portion is converted by the enzymes in the skin to tretinoin. The retinol products can be used as a first-line treatment for those who are sensitive to tretinoin. READ MORE

  • Can a broken nose be fixed with plastic surgery?

    Yes. This type of rhinoplasty is called functional/corrective rhinoplasty. It addresses structural problems caused by genetics or trauma. READ MORE

  • How do dermatologists get rid of acne scars?

    Accutane, Retin A, Dermal Fillers, Punch Grafts, Wplasty, Geometric Broken Line, and Zplasty Scar Revisions, Wire Brush Dermabrasion, Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Laser, and Collagen Induction Treatments (micro-needling with PRP) are all examples of treatments used for Acne scarring. READ MORE

  • How painful is a septoplasty?

    It’s recommended that patients don’t participate in any kind of strenuous exertions such as exercising or laughing too hard the following septoplasty. Excessive excitement, talking, and physical actions like too much walking or physically straining themselves in any way are discouraged as well. Both antibiotics and pain medications should be taken by the patient as prescribed. In most cases, patients will usually recover and fully heal in about a week or so following the surgery. READ MORE

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Areas of expertise and specialization

Face LiftRhinoplastyOtoplastyBlepharoplastyFat TransferLiposuctionInjectables-Botox, FillersBrow LiftScar RevisionSeptoplastyCheek EnhancementCO2 Laser ResurfacingEarlobe RepairJaw ImplantsMini Face LiftLip AugmentationChemical PeelFacetiteMale Cosmetic SurgeryRevision RhinoplastyTeenage RhinoplastyEthnic RhinoplastyFacial LiposuctionNose DeformitiesMole RemovalEyelid SurgeryChin ImplantsSun Damage RepairSculptraJuvedermCollagen Induction TherapyPRPLatisseHand RejuvenationBotox CosmeticNitrous OxideLip LiftChin ImplantKybellaVolumaVollureVolbellaLiquid RhinoplastyRadiesseKysseFace and Neck Surgery

Faculty Titles & Positions

  • Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery Augusta University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership 2020 - Present
  • Commencement Speaker Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) 2018 - 2018
  • Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor in the College of Public Health University of Georgia 2016 - 2016
  • Assistant Clinical Professor Augusta University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership 2015 - 2015
  • Board of Censors Medical Association of Alabama 1996 - 1996
  • Board of Medical Examiners State of Alabama 1996 - 1996
  • Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Surgery University of Alabama School of Medicine 1991 - 1996


  • 2014, 2015, and 2016 Top Health, Beauty & Fitness Expert 2016 The Atlantan Magazine 
  • Best Plastic Surgeon 2013 Bestself Magazine 
  • America's Top Plastic Surgeon 2017 Consumer's Research Council of America 
  • Top Facial and Reconstructive Surgeon 2021 Top Doctor 
  • Best Plastic Surgery Center for the Nose 2021 Bestself Magazine 
  • Top Doctor 2022 GA Top Docs 
  • National trainer for Injectables -Botox and Fillers 2022 Allergan® Aesthetics 


  • Acne Scars Treatment, Acne Surgery, Alloderm And More

Professional Memberships

  • Fellow - American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery  
  • Fellow - American College of Surgeons  
  • Fellow - American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery  
  • Georgia Medical Association  
  • American Medical Association  

Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors

  • Angels Among Us Pet Rescue
  • North Fulton Community Charities
  • Atlanta Food Bank
  • Marine -Toys for Tots
  • The Extension- Suits for Success

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6111 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd Ne Bldg E Suite 201 -
Atlanta, GA 30328
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