Houston Facial Plastic Surgeon
6560 Fannin St, Scurlock Tower Suite 704
Houston, Texas 77030 US
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5 out of 5 stars Rhinoplasty

22years Old - Houston, TX

I've always been self-conscience about my nose since I was a teenager.. I started noticing my nose having a slight division as I started getting older. This started when I was a child, I had an accident and fell and broke my nose but it wasn't noticeable until I started growing. I finally decided that it was time to do something about it because it also was long and pointy with a hump... I...

5 out of 5 stars Revision Rhinoplasty

Needed Someone to Fix What Another Doctor Messed Up - Houston, TX

I had two previous rhinoplasties performed by another physician for breathing issues NOT cosmetic. Both failed and left me looking visibly disfigured and my breathing issue was worse afterwards. Dr. Alford performed a revision rhinoplasty that gave me my life back. His attention to detail was incredible.

5 out of 5 stars Revision Rhinoplasty

Revision Rhinoplasty - Houston, TX

When I was 15 I had a septoplasty and rhinoplasty along with the removal of an enlarged turbinate to allow me to breathe properly and correct the crooked appearance of my nose. Approximately, 20 years later, I noticed my nose was becoming crooked again and I was having increased breathing and sinus pressure issues. In the past year I also noticed an increase in the frequency of sinus...

5 out of 5 stars Revision Rhinoplasty

Best in Revision Rhinoplasty Surgery. Houston, TX

After a botched rhinoplasty in the UK I consulted with Dr. Hamilton in Houston, TX. He recommended that he not perform the surgery as it was quite a complex case, and therefore suggested going to a specialist in revision surgeries for the nose, Dr. Alford. Earlier this year Dr. Alford operated on my nose: the bump is gone and the tip is straight. What else could one ask for?

5 out of 5 stars Facelift

Women in my Late 50's Who Wanted a Fresher Look and a New Neck. Houston, TX

Dr. Alford is the best. He explains everything and talks through the pros and cons. He cares about you as a person and only wants what's best for you. I had a face lift that look so natural, because it was not too tight or pulled looking. I also had my neck lifted that gave my chin definition. I had not been happy with my chin/neck my whole lift and now it has a much better look. The...

5 out of 5 stars Revision Rhinoplasty

Much Better - Houston, TX

I had a rhinoplasty from another doctor 10 years ago. Although my nose was much improved I noticed my tip was two different heights and my breathing was a little impeded. Dr. Alford was able to correct the problem for me. When Dr. Alford opened my nose I actually had multiple fractures in my cartilage. All was reapaired and I am so happy I decided to choose him as my surgeon. The cosmetic...

5 out of 5 stars Botox

Looking Bright After Botox - Houston, TX

I was interested in getting Botox after feeling like my appearance was looking tired. I'm exceptionally pleased with my outcome. I have excitedly referred my family and friends who are looking to freshen their appearance for a more youthful yet natural appearance to Dr Alford and they are thrilled with their results as well!

Personal Statement

My practice is limited to Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, specializing in Rhinoplasty, Revision Rhinoplasty, Facelift, and Reconstruction following trauma or the removal of both benign and malignant tumors.

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and American Board of Otolaryngology

Memberships

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS)

Awards & Recognition

Awards:
“Super Doctors” Hall of Fame, 18 years consecutively
“Best Doctors in America,” 15 years consecutively
“Top Doctor,” Houston Magazine, 18 years consecutively
Surgeon of the Year, Houston Business Journal, 2010
Presidential Citation Award, American Academy of Otolaryngology, 2010
President’s Award of Merit, American Academy of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, 2009
Surgeon of the Year, Association of Operating Room Nurses Houston

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Alford has hospital affiliations at The Methodist Hospital.

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical: MD, University Of Texas Medical School, San Antonio, 1986
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: General Surgery, University of Texas Bexar City Hospital, San Antonio, TX, 1987
    Residency: Otolaryngology, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, 1991
    Fellowship: Facial Plastic Surgery, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 1992

Treatments offered at Alford Facial Plastic Surgery

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Brow ptosis? (photos)

Yes you are a good candidate for a browlift and a blepharoplasty. There are many techniques for a browlift each with pluses and minuses. Interview... READ MORE

I had an accident 2 weeks back. I got stitches below my right eye. Will any cream will improve the scar appearance? (photo)

From your photos the laceration under your eye is in a line relative to the skin that is favorable for healing without much of a scar. However... READ MORE

Is tip revision rhinoplasty worth the risk? (Photo)

Questions about risk can only be answered by the person taking the risk. However looking at your photos I would say the tip of your nose can be... READ MORE

How Soon Can I Get a Revision with a Short Nose? (photo)

I tell all my revision rhinoplasty patients to wait one year after their first surgery before they have a revision. This allows any and all problems... READ MORE

Would a revision even out my nostrils ? (Lower the left side) (Photo)

Uneven nostrils after a rhinoplasty can occur because of removal of excess cartilage or lining from one side. of the nose compared to the other. It... READ MORE

I would like to know how long this pain on my ribs will last and when it will be save to start dancing again?

Taking a cartilage graft from your rib is just like fracturing or having a broken rib. It is normal for it to hurt even when you breathe! As far as... READ MORE

Too soon for revision rhinoplasty? (Photo)

The short answer to your question is yes it is too soon for a revision. The very mild nostril assymetey seen I your photos may be due to swelling... READ MORE

When can my teen have revision rhinoplasty? Is her columella and nasal rim scarring repairable? (Photo)

Thank you for the photos they are helpful. The longer you wait for revision rhinoplasty the greater the chance of a successful outcome from surgery.... READ MORE

I had two brow lifts that didn't work. Was something done wrong? Or does this happen?

Browlifts are very effective and simple to perform. The reason for your failed procedures can only be determined from a review of the operative notes... READ MORE

Is it cosmetically safe to remove and reshape nasal tip grafts, such as batten grafts to make the nose appear more pointy?

Assuming you find an experienced board certified facial plastic surgeon the procedure should be medically safe. If you mean safe in that the surgery... READ MORE

Before and After Photos by Dr. Alford

Eugene L. Alford, MD has shared 32 before and after pictures with 11 helpful votes from the RealSelf community.

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