Dr. Anu Bajaj, M.D.
Dr. Anureet Bajaj is a highly respected plastic surgeon who is widely recognized for breast surgery and reconstruction skills. Her cosmetic surgery expertise also includes facial surgery, body sculpting, and minimally invasive procedures.
In 2007, she returned home to Oklahoma City to join her father in the practice of plastic surgery. Today, she and her father still work side-by-side for the complex DIEP flap breast reconstruction procedures.
Prior to returning home to Oklahoma City, Dr. Bajaj previously served as an Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery at the University of Cincinnati, as well as the Chief of Plastic Surgery at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Cincinnati.
In 2014, she relocated Bajaj Plastic Surgery to a new custom-built office building with an accredited operating room. Known for her friendly relationships with her patients, Dr. Bajaj’s clinic in Oklahoma City offers a warm, inviting environment where patients are treated like individuals.
“I am passionate about solving every patient’s challenge.”
Whether it’s a cancer survivor who is suffering from a disfigurement, or a woman who is unhappy with her body after childbirth, Dr. Bajaj says that every patient’s case is very personal. She always provides an honest assessment about whether or not she recommends going forward with that particular procedure. “Life is about the relationships we build – and what I enjoy about my patients is those relationships. I owe my patients my honest assessment of their situation.”
“You have to truly understand anatomy to create beauty.”
The doctor’s training allows her to do a wide variety of procedures. Her specialties include micro-vascular breast reconstruction, including DIEP flaps (she is one of the very few who performs this surgery in Oklahoma); breast reduction; implant removal; implant revision; tummy tucks; facial and eye rejuvenation; and body lifts after weight loss. Her foundation and extensive training in reconstructive surgery has given her the ability to analyze and correct even the most challenging aesthetic problems.
“Patients expect more than ever before.”
According to Dr. Bajaj, patients want to be educated about the risks and the rewards of surgeries, but unfortunately, the internet can often provide misinformation.
Dr. Bajaj’s consultations are comprehensive. They include a lot of conversation, clarification of facts, education, expectations, a physical examination, and always an authentic connection. She wants to know each patient’s goals and lifestyle. Only then can she build a plan to meet that person’s expectations.
“My goal is that people can’t tell a patient had surgery.”
Dr. Bajaj’s patients look refreshed, more youthful and, as she says, “like a better version of themselves.” The proof is that most of Dr. Bajaj’s patients come from referrals. In fact, very often breast reduction patients come back for cosmetic procedures, or previous patients have referred their friends and family. There is no better compliment to a surgeon than to build a practice based on word-of-mouth.
“In my spare time, I’m an artist, a long-distance runner, a wife and mother to my four stepsons.”
Dr. Bajaj’s life is a busy and satisfying one — both at work and at home. Her art gives her a chance to be creative in a different way from her practice, although she says there is a link between the two, given that she has to be very observant to create beauty. As a marathon runner, she finds a certain peace that clears her head and gives her a sense of peace — each morning run helps her to prepare for the day ahead.
Dr. Bajaj is a highly active member of the plastic surgery community. She has published numerous articles in the Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and other medical periodicals; presented at the American Society of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting and the Plastic Surgery Research Council, and has been an invited speaker for the Ohio Valley Society of Plastic Surgery, Chesapeake Energy Corporation, and other groups.
Dr. Bajaj is a recognized leader in the field of plastic surgery.
She has completed the Leadership Academy sponsored by the Oklahoma County Medical Society as well as the Pathways to Leadership program sponsored by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Dr. Bajaj values her relationships with other plastic surgeons across the country, which helps to keep her abreast of the latest developments in the field. Currently, she is also on the Editorial Board of Plastic Surgery – Global Open and is an active reviewer for the Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
- Current Member-at-Large on ASPS Board of Directors (American Society of Plastic Surgeons)
- Outgoing Chief Medical Editor of Plastic Surgery News
- Former Chair of Ethics Committee of ASPS (American Society of Plastic Surgeons)
- Current Chair of Leadership Development Committee and runs the Essentials of Leadership Course of ASPS (American Society of Plastic Surgeons)
- Outgoing PSF Visiting Professor and National Speaker (Plastic Surgery Foundation)
- Associate Editor (Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery)
- Rice University, Houston, Texas B.A. in English/History
- University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
- Residency in plastic surgery at Loma Linda University Medical Center in California
- Fellowship in reconstructive microsurgery at UT MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas
Certifications & Memberships:
Dr. Bajaj has been certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery since 2005 and holds membership in the following organizations:
Dr. Paramjit Bajaj
In addition to Dr. Anureet Bajaj, patients at Bajaj Plastic Surgery can take advantage of the decades of experience that Dr. Paramjit Bajaj brings to our team.
Dr. Paramjit Bajaj is board-certified plastic surgeon who has been practicing in private practice in Oklahoma City since 1974. He is well known for taking time to answer all his patients’ questions so each of his patients is feeling calm and confident beginning their procedures.
Dr. Bajaj has trained at a long list of highly regarded programs in the United States and abroad. He completed medical school and training in general surgery in India, before beginning training in the specialty of plastic surgery in England, where he was admitted to the Royal College of Surgeons of England and the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. Dr. Bajaj moved to the United States in 1972.
In order to practice here, he was required to undergo further training by completing a residency at New York University Medical Center and Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center. He opened his private practice in 1974.