Mark Chariker, MD
RealSelf community says"He has been the surgical director for Operation Hope for five years which is a project that performs corrective surgery for patients with craniofacial anomalies predominantly in the Philippines...."
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I currently have saline breast implants and have had them for 10 years. Over the years they have fallen and seem to feel harder than they used to be. I've been thinking about this for over a year and finally decided to schedule my surgery with Dr. Chariker. I have had 4 different consultations with differnt doctors and have decided to go with Dr. Chariker. I will be having a breast revision...
5 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
Today makes me 3 days post op of my surgery tummy tuck & lipo of the flanks & I must admit it was very intense but nothing you can't handle! I have been stuck to my recliner so I'd figure I'd share my progress etc. I had a onQ pain pump that was removed today & my drains are still in hopefully to be removed Wed or Friday I already love me so YES its well worth it!!!!!!!! Got my drains out...
I really respect Dr. Chariker's work. I have had many consults and he and his staff were by far the least pretentious, most knowledgeable and honest. i did a lot of research and asked a ton of questions. His nurse even gave me her cell phone number and took time over the holidays on her vacation to speak with me.
Dr. Chariker has extensive experience in general oncologic and general pediatric surgery that he brings to his plastic surgery practice. His training in microsurgery also provides him with an added component for reconstructive surgery in both the adult and pediatric population. He was fellowship trained in hand surgery at the Kleinert Hand Institute and has extensive experience at the Navy's premier health care center in Virginia. Dr. Chariker received his plastic surgery training at the University of Louisville. Dr. Chariker's background in reconstructive surgery has provided him with an essential understanding of the cosmetic patient. He believes that a short-sighted approach to many cosmetic problems leads to an incorrect solution. He has extensive experience in both facial and general cosmetic surgery. He is board certified in General Surgery by the American Board of Surgery and board certified in Plastic Surgery by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He is a candidate for the American Society of Plastic Surgery. He was the director for hand surgery in the Department of Plastic Surgery at the Naval Medical Center in Portsmouth, VA before moving to Louisville as the Director of Craniofacial Surgery. He has been the surgical director for Operation Hope for five years which is a project that performs corrective surgery for patients with craniofacial anomalies predominantly in the Philippines.
Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS)
Post-Medical School TrainingResidency: Plastic Surgery, University of Louisville
Fellowship: Hand & Microsurgery, Kleinert Hand Institute
Treatments offered at Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Institute
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