I’ve proudly practiced in Memphis since 1986. My career has been focused entirely on Facial Plastic Surgery and I’ve dedicated myself to the pursuit of excellence in this field.
I hold both an academic appointment with the University of Tennessee and run a private Facial Plastic Surgery clinic (The Langsdon Clinic). A frequent lecturer throughout the U.S. on the topics of facial plastic surgery, I’ve had the opportunity to give well over 200 medical lectures.
I am a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a fellow of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. A member of the Tennessee Medical Association and the Memphis Medical Society, I’ve also served as president-elect of the Memphis Medical Society through 2016 and as president in 2017. My practice is limited to Facial Plastic Surgery.
A few credits: I have authored over 40 publications, including medical articles, book chapters, and a medical textbook. Additionally, I’ve appeared nationally on The Today Show, Headline News (worldwide), CSPAN. I’ve been selected for inclusion in Best Doctors in America list by Woodward/White, Inc., the Guide to Americas’ Top Physicians by Consumer’s Research Council of America, and Best Cosmetic Surgery, as well as Best Medical Spa by the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper for several years.
Outside the office, I enjoy being an active volunteer in many church, civic and professional organization programs. I served in a medical mission to the nation of Haiti, and have actively and financially supported patient care and education programs for that country. I cherish helping the underserved in the Mid South by providing pro bono reconstructive facial plastic surgical service for the working poor through the Memphis Church Health Center’s volunteer surgical subspecialty service program. Finally, I spend hours each day teaching medical residents in training as well as young doctors specializing in facial plastic surgery.