"As a plastic surgeon I have participated in the care of thousands of women with breast cancer. From diagnosis, to completion of reconstruction and long-term follow-up, I collaborate with a team of breast surgeons, radiologists, pathologists, reconstructive surgeons, oncologists, radiation oncologists, naturopaths, physical therapists, counselors, and primary care providers. Much of my role is to help patients understand their illness and treatment options while applying the latest evidence-based recommendations and surgical techniques to their reconstruction. I consider myself a patient advocate and partner as well as medical advisor and surgeon. I enjoy all aspects of surgery from getting to know patients and their families, to planning and executing complex surgical techniques and long-term care plans. In addition to breast cancer care, I enjoy using my extensive plastic surgery experience helping patients with skin cancer treatment, cosmetic procedures, and gynecologic reconstruction."
Dr. Webber completed his residencies in plastic and reconstructive surgery and general surgery at Oregon Health and Sciences University as well as a fellowship in surgical oncology. He has been the Instructor of Surgery for the Trauma Division and the Clinical Instructor of Surgery at OHSU. He has given numerous presentations on various medical topics all over Oregon and serves on multiple medical leadership committees. Dr. Webber is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American College of Surgeons. He was recently named in Portland Top Docs for the second time in 2016.
Areas of expertise
Breast Reconstruction after Cancer, including lumpectomy reconstruction and oncoplastic surgery, Breast Surgery - Augmentation, Breast Lift, Breast Reduction, Breast Augmentation, Reduction & Lift, Skin Lesions, Rhinophyma, Facial Reconstruction After Skin Cancer, MOHS repair, Gynecologic Reconstruction, labioplasty, Body Contouring - Including Abdominoplasty, Belt Lipectomy, Brachioplasty, and Thigh Lift, Complex Wound Reconstruction