Fayetteville General Surgeon
1695 E Rainforest Rd.
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72703 US
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5 out of 5 stars Silikon 1000

Turned out great!

Had a silkion 1000 on one side of my nose. Also had several botox injections. Expected some bruising, but had none! Dr. Swetnam was very conservative with the amount of the injection. I agreed with that. It has been 5 days and I see the improvement, but no other signs of the injection. Very happy. Don't be scared of trying it cautiously with him.

5 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck

30 Years Old, 2 C Sections, Gastric Bypass June 2016 - Fayetteville, AR

Sweetest man alive. He is so professional and amazing at his craft.

*Your results may vary. Any specific claims or permanence length of results vary for each patient and are not guaranteed.

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Surgery - General

Consultation Fee

Free

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Swetnam has hospital affiliations at Northwest Hospitals in Fayetteville, Springdale, Johnson, Bentonville, AR.

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BA, University of Missouri
    Medical: MD, University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Medicine
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: Tulane School of Medicine
    Residency: General Surgery, Tulane School of Medicine
    Cosmetic Surgery, Tulsa Surgical Arts

Treatments offered at Swetnam Cosmetic Surgery

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At 54 would I benefit from fillers and Botox? (Photo)

Absolutely you should investigate the use of Botox and Filler. I think most find they are fairly easy ways to rejuvenate the face. Also, maintaining a... READ MORE

Is this a failed lip filler (Juvederm) job? (Photo)

Thank you for the question. I would suggest waiting to see if the problem resolves itself. Since you are only 3 days post septo-rhinoplasty, much of... READ MORE

Will having Botox two days before having dermatologist take out possible precancerous lesion making this look like thus? (Photo)

It looks as though the lesion was treated with cryotherapy (freezing) or electrodessication (heat). This is the typical response and very unlikely to... READ MORE

Juvederm - is my smile ruined forever? (Photos)

Hello and so sorry you are not pleased. It is a little difficult to tell from the photos exactly what is going on with you. Generally, I would suggest... READ MORE

Would surgical lip augmentation provide better closure for my mouth? (Photo)

I am not sure lip augmentation is the right answer for you, nor do I think it will help. You appear to still have severe micrognathia with a very... READ MORE

DAO Botox: how many units should go into the DAO each side?

I usually use small amounts. Start with about 2 units per side. Some people may need more but you can always add. Keep track of how much it takes and... READ MORE

Can you have laser treatment in the morning at 10am and 1mil of Juvederm lip filler at 5.45pm performed on the same day?

I assume you would not be lasering the lips. If so, you should not have a problem. Laser treatments could affect the filler if the laser penetrates... READ MORE

Bumpy and outlined filler: 2 Weeks post Juvederm. (photos)

Since this is an HA filler it can be removed with hyaluronidase. I would suggest dissolving what you have and starting over. READ MORE

Will hydroquinone fade the darkness of these scars? (photo)

Hydroquinone is for removing melanin pigment from the skin. That is, dark discoloration from melasma or some other form of damage. Scars, as you have,... READ MORE

What could I do to make my lower lip look less droopy? (Photo)

I would not recommend surgery. I would recommend trying a hyaluronic acid filler for initial correction. If this does the trick, when the problem... READ MORE

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