The most memorable surgery for Dr. Stephen Weber was the repair of a four year old girl’s cleft lip deformity. Watching the mother look at her daughter’s repaired lip for the first time and seeing tears of joy stream down her cheeks was something he will never forget.
Weber Facial Plastic Surgery supports both local and international nonprofit organizations
Weber Facial Plastic Surgery supports both local and international nonprofit organizations that exist to help those most in need. Dr. Weber volunteers with Face to Face, a nonprofit project of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons that coordinates care for those with physical limitations caused by deformities at birth, domestic violence or war. He also takes part in annual humanitarian mission trips to East Africa and Latin America during which he performs numerous cleft lip and palate repairs as well as burn scar treatments for indigent, medically isolated children and adults.
Dr. Stephen Weber, a Facial Plastic Surgeon, recently returned from a humanitarian mission to Tanzania. He traveled with Outreach International, a charity devoted to providing clean water, food, education and medical care to indigent, medically-isolated people worldwide. Dr. Weber traveled to Singida, Tanzania to provide medical and surgical care to the Tanzanian people. He joined thirty-two team members including surgeons, anesthesiologists, nurses and non-medical volunteers. The team was based for two weeks at the Singida Regional Hospital. The team came prepared with supplies, medications and cutting edge surgical equipment.