Grand Junction Facial Plastic Surgeon
2373 G R., Ste. 100
Grand Junction, Colorado 81505 US


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5 out of 5 stars Botox

Hands down amazing

Dr Baker was extremely professional and thorough. I would drive all the way up from Denver again to be treated by him. He was also extremely personable and made the experience super enjoyable. I have had Botox multiple times and he by far is the best doctor I have been to and have seen the best results from.

5 out of 5 stars Botox

He really knows what he's doing

I got Botox to prevent lines. Dr. Baker was easy to talk to, listened to what I wanted and gave me some options for our current appointment without being judgmental or pushy and he even talked about some new treatments that our area doesn't have. I've been to 3 other providers and I'll never go to anyone else. I recommend him to everyone.

5 out of 5 stars Botox

I had a great experience

Very professional, and did a great job during the procedure. Him, along with the nurse and his staff made this a great experience. I will definitely be going back and will recommend Dr. Baker to others!

5 out of 5 stars Botox

Valued his opinion

I found Dr. Baker to be both professional and personable during my consultation and treatment. He was open and realistic about results and expectations and also voiced some concerns. I feel like he wants to do the best for me and not just do the procedure....that shows integrity to me.

Personal Statement

I practice both cosmetic and reconstructive facial plastic surgery for patients of all ages. My philosophy is that proper care is tailored to the individual, and that "one-size" never fits all. I want my patients to look and feel refreshed, but without the "you had something done look".

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology

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  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BS, Chemistry, University of Pittsburgh
    Medical: MD, Drexel University College of Medicine
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Residency: Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery, Thomas Jefferson University
    Fellowship: Facial Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery

Treatments offered at Grand Valley ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery

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What would be the best treatment for my lower eyelids? (photo)

Hi, Thanks for the question. Lower lid rejuvenation can be challenging as not every patient should get the same treatment. Some patients do not... READ MORE

What type of rhinoplasty would be best for me? Surgical Or non-surgical? (photos)

Hi & thanks for the question, The best way to address your nose and its relationship to your face, would be for an one on one consultation. From your... READ MORE

Chin implant for round face/

Good question. When it comes to any implantable substance, you want the least reactive (or most inert) substance available. There are many vendors of... READ MORE

I'd like to know what my options are for my receding chin (Photo)

The answer does depend on a few details regarding your teeth. If your teeth line up with "normal" occlusion, then you could likely benefit from a chin... READ MORE

I need help deciding on the appropriate surgical procedure to enhance my weak chin and jawline. (Photos)

Thanks for the question. If your teeth line up with "normal" occlusion like you mentioned, then you could likely benefit from a chin augmentation,... READ MORE

I had excessive scar tissue from chin implant.

This is a real tough problem, and I feel for you on this. If there is damage to the nerves surrounding the tissue where the implant placed it can take... READ MORE

Undoing upper and lateral osteotomies -- Difficult Breathing

Grafting in revision rhinoplasty can have both a functional and aesthetic roles. As suggested, spreader grafts slightly widen the nose and correct the... READ MORE

Do I have a weak chin? (Photo)

The answer, like all of aesthetic surgery, is completely subjective. If the projection of your chin bothers you, then it is an issue. If your teeth... READ MORE

Endoscopic brow lift. Not achieving desired results with Botox.

Recovery from endoscopic brow lift is pretty limited. The first week is the toughest, with there being some minor swelling and bruising. It varies... READ MORE

Looking for some recommendations for a plastic surgery - chin implant? (photos)

The answer does depend on a few details regarding your teeth. If your teeth line up with "normal" occlusion, then you could likely benefit from a chin... READ MORE

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