Dr. Bellamy - Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute Fellow

Justin Bellamy, MD

Dr. Justin Bellamy graduated from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and subsequently completed a highly competitive six-year Plastic & Reconstructive surgery training program at New York University, the top plastic surgery training program in the nation (Doximity). He served as chief resident in his final year of training.

While at NYU, Dr. Bellamy gained extensive experience in both aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery. He has worked closely with the nation’s leading experts in the areas of craniofacial trauma, face transplantation, breast reconstruction, complex microvascular reconstruction, feminization surgery, and aesthetic surgery. 

In addition to his surgical training, Dr. Bellamy has received formal training in clinical research through the Doris Duke Clinical Research Fellowship. His recent research aims to study and improve outcomes in aesthetic surgery, facial trauma, rhinoplasty, and minimally invasive aesthetic procedures. Congruent with these research interests, Dr. Bellamy offers the full spectrum of surgical and non-surgical aesthetic procedures for the face, breast, and body. He works jointly with the patient to develop personalized aesthetic goals and strives to deliver premium care.

Dr. Alleyne - Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute Fellow

Brendan Alleyne, MD

Dr. Alleyne joins the Dallas Plastic Surgery Team following the completion of integrated plastic surgery training at the world renowned Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. This hospital is consistently ranked in the top 2 of hospitals in the world.

During his six years of graduated surgical training, Dr. Alleyne was involved in the entire breadth of plastic surgery, including cleft lip and palate, breast reconstruction, microsurgery and transgender surgery. Additionally, he was chosen to serve as a faculty member in the Department of Anatomy of the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine for his significant interest and time spent teaching medical students and residents. Towards the latter portion of his training, he personally sought out to particularly focus in the areas of craniofacial reconstruction and facial aesthetics, which included facelift, blepharoplasty and  rhinoplasty procedures while under the mentorship of world-renowned plastic surgeon Dr. James Zins.

Of particular note, Dr. Alleyne was personally involved in the face transplants of 2014 and 2017. The 2017 transplant was the youngest recipient patient in history and was extensively showcased by National Geographic the following year.

As a first year medical student at Case Western Reserve, Dr. Alleyne credits Drs. Arun K. Gosain and Bahman Guyuron for fostering his strong and early interest in the fields of craniofacial surgery and rhinoplasty. This ultimately led to his decision to spend an additional year during medical school to focus his basic science and clinical research in the department’s lab.

Dr. Alleyne has published extensively in the areas of facial cosmetics, pediatric plastic surgery and migraine surgery. He is an author of several textbook chapters and peer-reviewed papers. He had the opportunity to give presentations in his field on over 50 occasions which included local, national and international plastic surgery meetings.

Learn More About The Fellowship Selection Process

Hundreds of surgeons apply to the DPSI fellowship program each year. However, only two candidates will be accepted. Each Fellow chosen is a licensed physician in the state of Texas and is already a fully trained plastic surgeon. The Aesthetic Fellowship by Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute offers additional training to those who have chosen to follow a career in aesthetic surgery. Each of these young surgeons are will further perfect their craft here under the training and supervision of the world-renowned plastic surgery leaders at DPSI.