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Stephanie Beidler Teotia, MD

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ABOUT DR. STEPHANIE BEIDLER TEOTIA:

Dr. Stephanie Beidler Teotia is a Board Certified Plastic and Reconstruction Surgeon, who is primarily concerned with individualizing patient care and providing exceptional service. Before moving to the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Dr. Teotia practiced in West Texas as Dr. Stephanie Beidler. She changed her name due to marriage. Dr. Teotia’s practice is now centered at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas.

Dr. Teotia’s extensive training makes her comfortable taking care of both aesthetic and reconstructive procedures. Dr. Teotia trained in surgery for a decade at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She completed medical school at The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. Beyond her plastic and reconstructive surgery training, Dr. Teotia subspecialized in pediatric craniofacial surgery and completed a National Institute of Health basic science research fellowship.

Dr. Stephanie Beidler Teotia has won numerous awards and has published and presented many scientific articles. Upon completion of her training, she was made an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina. She has also been appointed as a Clinical Assistant Professor at both UT-Southwestern Medical Center and Texas Tech Health Sciences Center School of Medicine, Permian Basin Campus. Prior to attending medical school, Dr. Teotia was a middle school science teacher. Teaching residents and medical students is a part of her professional commitment to the field of plastic surgery.

Dr. Teotia lives in the Dallas area with her husband, Dr. Sumeet Teotia, and her two children. She grew up in the Midwest, but she elected to move to Texas to be close to her maternal family. In her sparse spare time, she enjoys being a soccer mom, running, enjoying local cultural events and traveling.

For More Information visit: http://drstephanieteotia.com/

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