Frank B. McCutcheon, Jr., MD (in memoriam)
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5 out of 5 stars Breast Implant Removal
He was completely professional and experienced and I'm very happy with my outcome.
5 out of 5 stars Breast Augmentation
After lots of research and visiting 2 other local doctors, I knew he was the best!
3 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
He is great and his nurses have had TT done by him so he has waking proof of his capabilities. Aug 2011 - I am updating this about my doctor. He does VERY high scars that look like a smiley face and go way too high up. I have found out recently that this is normal for him so BEWARE. He also would not do lipo on me which at first I thought that was normal until I saw that most women get lipo done at the same time so I had to go somewhere else to get it done.
American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolMedical: MD, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Post-Medical School TrainingResidencies:
General Surgery, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Plastic Surgery, Bowman-Gray School of Medicine
Fellowship: Hand Surgery, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Treatments offered at Cosmetic Surgery of Asheville
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Yes, dual plane and sub-pectoral breast augmentation surgery can be done through an "around the nipple" (periareolar) incision, depending on... READ MORE
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Neither saline nor silicone gel filled breast implants have been found to have any increased risk of causing breast cancer. The real question sounds... READ MORE
>>is there a surgery can make any person eyes look like other person eyes or a celebrity eyes<< No. READ MORE
All breast implants used in the US at present have an outer shell made from a form of silicone. The diffences come from what the shell is filled with.... READ MORE
Inevitable is probably too strong a word...but revision surgery is certainly not uncommon with this combination of procedures. READ MORE
Mentor "Memory Gel (tm)" cohesive gel implants are fixed volume devices and as such the volume cannot be altered. READ MORE