A Leading Plastic Surgeon in New England
Dr. Lawrence N. Gray has earned a great deal of respect in both his local medical community and the national plastic surgical community through his many publications, technical skill and personal demeanor. He has a large following of satisfied patients from across New Hampshire, the United States and a number of foreign countries, who have sought him out for breast augmentation and scarless breast reduction.
In 2004, as part of the Sientra Clinical study, Dr. Gray received the significant honor of being only one of 15 plastic surgeons in the United States selected to offer silicone breast implants for primary augmentation. Now that silicone breast implants have been fully approved for use by the FDA, Dr. Gray is still one of the leading plastic surgeons in New England, performing hundreds annually. He was also one of the first plastic surgeons to report internationally on the use of the Axis 3D imager for use helping patients see how specific breast implants sizes and shapes will look on their body.
Staying on the Forefront
Dr. Gray is committed to staying on the forefront of plastic surgery. He spends about four weeks per year attending conferences and studying the latest developments in plastic surgery with many of the world’s most respected plastic surgeons. Dr. Gray is nationally recognized for his method of breast reduction using liposuction and is frequently requested as a speaker at national professional meetings.
Dr. Gray pays meticulous attention to remaining current with research and studies in professional journals and plastic surgical text books on the procedures in highest demand as well as the smaller procedures, such as dermal fillers, BOTOX Cosmetic injections and Fraxel Laser treatment.
Dr. Lawrence N. Gray – A Leading Plastic Surgeon in New Hampshire
- B.A.: Washington University, St. Louis, MO
- M.D.: Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, IN
- General Surgery Residency: Boston University Medical Center, Boston, MA
- Plastic Surgery Residency: Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, IL
Certification/ Professional Memberships
- American Board of Plastic Surgery
- American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons
- American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
- International Society For Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
- International Association of Plastic Surgeons
- New England Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
- American Medical Association
Recent Publications & Presentations
“Scarpa Sparing Abdominoplsty with Concomitant Liposuction: No Drains Needed”, presented by Dr. Lawrence Gray and Dr. Brannon Claytor to the annual meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 2nd to 7th, 2016.
Tummy Tuck with Liposuction: No Drains Needed”, presented with Dr. Brannon Claytor and Dr. Michael Baker to the annual meeting of the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery in New York City, April 11th to 16th, 2013.
“MACS Facelit iwht FATS, (Finger Assisted Tissue Separation”, Lawrence N Gray, MD, Brannon Claytor, MD, Abstract presented to the International Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons Conference, Geneva, Switzerland, September 4th-8th, 2012.
“Correction of late Breast Implant Pstosis with Conversion to Composite Muscle Pocket and Placement and of a Larger Implant.” Lawrence N. Gray, MD, Brannon Claytor, MD, Abstract presented to the International Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons Conference, GEneva, Switzerland, September 4th-8th, 2012.
“Improving Results of Augmentation Mammaplasty Using Axis Three Imager”, New England Society of of Plastic and Reconstructve Surgeon, Hancock, Massachusetts, 6/10.
“Silicone Breast Implants and Magnetic Resonance Imaging”, published by Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 11/08.
“Options for Breast Reduction”, Course Instruction at the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Chicago, Illinois, 10/31/08 and to ASPRS in Baltimore, Maryland, 10/29/07.
“Experience with Silicone Breast Implants”, New England Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, 6/3/07.
Liposuction Only Breast Reduction Panel, American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, Boston, Mass, 5/20/03.
“Liposuction Breast Reduction”, Course Instruction, American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2002.
“Lipoosuction Breast Reduction”, American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, May 2001.
“Re-evaluating Lipoplasty-Only Breast Reduction”, Published by Aesthetic Surgery Journal, May-June, 2001.
“Liposuction Breast Reduction”, Published by Perspectives in Plastic Surgery, Volume 1, Number 1, 2001.
“Lipoplasty-only Breast Reduction”. Published by the Aesthetic Surgery Journal, May-June 2001.
“Update on Experience with Liposuction Breast Reduction”. Published by Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 6/01.
“Liposuction Breast Reduction.” Published in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, May/ June 1998.
“Circumferential Abdominoplasty,” Lipoplasty Society of North America, 12th Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, 10/6/95.
“Reduction Mammoplasty with Liposuction,” Lipoplasty Society of North America, 13th Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, 11/9/96.
“Liposuction Breast Reduction,” Lipoplasty Society of North America, 14th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, 9/19/97.
“Liposuction Breast Reduction,” American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgical Nurses, 24th Annual Convention, Boston, Massachusetts, 10/7/98.
- Medical Missions for Children
- Portsmouth Rotary Club
- Past President Portsmouth Medical Society
Dr. Gray’s work in Developing Countries
It takes heart to be an outstanding plastic surgeon. The extent of Dr. Gray’s work as a plastic surgeon is not limited to New Hampshire, nor even to the United States. He has gone on volunteer trips through Interplast, Rotaplast (part of Rotary International) and Medical Missions for Children, providing burn repair and correction of cleft lip and palate disorders to children in developing countries.
Dr. Gray has made trips to Argentina, Vietnam, Chile, Venezuela and Ecuador to provide free cleft lip and palate repair to impoverished children who would otherwise go without treatment. On his most recent trip to Guayaquil, Ecuador, Dr. Gray said, “My gratification comes from seeing the happiness on the mothers’ face when her child looks normal.”