Tucson Plastic Surgeon
3170 N. Swan Rd.
Tucson, Arizona 85712 US
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10 years experience
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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery

Consultation Fee

Free

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Hurst has hospital affiliations at Tucson Medical Center, Banner University Medical Center, Northwest Medical Center, Carondelet St. Joseph's Hospital, .

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BS, Mount Allison University
    Medical: MD, Dalhousie University
    Graduate: MS, Dalhousie University

  • Post-Medical School Training

    Residency: Plastic Surgery, University of Utah
    Fellowship: Craniofacial Plastic Surgery, Indiana University

Treatments offered at Hurst Plastic Surgery

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Combined Procedures: Can I Have More Than One Surgery at the Same Time?

Dr. Craig Hurst explains the pros and cons of having multiple surgeries at the same time, live from Los Angeles at PSTM 2016. WATCH VIDEO

What Is a Typical Mommy Makeover?

Live from Los Angeles at the PSTM 2016 conference, Dr. Craig Hurst goes over a typical mommy makeover and concerns often addressed in the procedure. WATCH VIDEO

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