About Robert Frank, MD
Robert Frank, MD practices in Munster at Robert Frank MD Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery as a Plastic Surgeon, board certified by American Board of Surgery - General and American Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Frank was invited to join RealSelf in 2009, and has achieved "Distinguished Member" status. The doctor has 16 years of experience providing cosmetic and aesthetic medical services, and is a member of American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS). Dr. Frank has hospital affiliations at Community Hospital, Munster, Indiana; St Anthony's Hospital, Crown Point, Indiana, Pinnacle Hospital, Merrillville, Indiana.
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Posted by Mmartha
I live in Southern Indiana and have been searching for a plastic surgeon, I was very nervous talking to someone about my concerns. After talking with Liza I am excited for my upcoming consultation.
Posted by AmandaT
Dr. Frank's bedside manner was superb. He was very attentive and understanding of my desired result. His staff was exceptional as well! Lisa answered all of my numerous questions and was very patient with me!
Posted by SooHappy
Dr. Frank is a very friendly and very honest doctor that I have ever met. All my questions that I had for him he answered. I like that he took the time to talk about my needs and didn't hurry and brush me out the door. I highly recommend Dr. Frank.
Posted by Ethan0308
Dr Frank is a excellent surgeon. I felt he listened to what my goals were. I can say I am extremely happy with my results.
Posted by mooredj
My wife had a breast augmentation done by this Dr. The Dr. talked her into trying to resize her left areola during the procedure against her wishes. When the procedure had been completed and she returned for a follow up visit, Dr. F accidentally cut out the permanent stitch for the areola. Consequently her areola is now the same size as it was previously except now it looks like someone carved her up. The scarring is very noticeable and she does not like to look at her breasts in the light because of it. He knew he had made a mistake when he cut out the stitch because he instantly told her he did not need to see her again. My wife does not want to go back to him and deal with the physical pain associated with having her areola cut into again and she knows it will never look natural again. Dr. F could have been honest about what he did and should have made every effort to correct the problem.
Treatments offered at Robert Frank MD Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
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Education / Training
Medical: MD, Emory University Medical School
General Surgery, Rush Presbyterian St. Lukes Medical Center, Chicago, IL
Plastic Surgery, Indiana University