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Teaching Hospitals in Houston, TX for Tummy Tuck

I am looking for a teaching school for tummy tucks in the houston area because I cant afford a tummy tuck from any surgeons here. Please help. Saggy skin and fat 2 c-sections 3 kids. HELP!

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Teaching Hospitals in Houston

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University of Texas and Baylor College of Medicine both have teaching programs.  The resident physicians are supervised by a more experienced staff member.  The doctors rotate every few months, so you have to be willing to accept new doctors doing your aftercare.


Houston Plastic Surgeon
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Options for tummy tuck reduced fees cosmetic surgery in Houston

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The University of Texas Medical Branch in Houston has  a plastic surgery training program that is likely to offer reduced fees for cosmetic surgery performed in their resident's clinic.

Otto Joseph Placik, MD
Chicago Plastic Surgeon
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Teaching Hospitals for Tummy Tuck

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Both Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Texas have Plastic Surgery Residencies that are held in high regard for their quality.

Be aware that you will have a number of different doctors involved throughout your care.

Paul C. Zwiebel, MD
Denver Plastic Surgeon
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Teaching program in Houston

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There are two excellent programs which I beleive have residnecy programs. They are Baylor and UT.  Call thee facility operator and ask for the plastic surgery clinicl.

Steven Wallach, MD
Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 18 reviews

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