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Dr. Constantine Blog

When considering your plastic surgeon, it is always important to be aware of the training and background he/she comes from. Residency and fellowship training are the most important aspects of any doctors’ education and lay the foundation for one’s potential success in that field. Dr. Constantine was fortunate to have been chosen to train at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, one of the leading medical education training facilities in the country, and was recently ranked the #1 plastic surgery residency program in the United States. Dr. Constantine learned from and work alongside some of the nation’s leading educators and innovators in the field of plastic surgery.

After graduating from residency, Dr. Constantine was again incredibly fortunate to be selected for one of only two coveted positions for fellowship training in Aesthetic Surgery at the renowned Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital in New York City, considered by many to be the “Mecca” of plastic surgery and one of the highest volume aesthetic surgery centers in the country. During his fellowship year, Dr. Constantine was again able to learn from internationally renowned mentors on a daily basis and concentrate solely on the art of Aesthetic Surgery of the face, nose, breast, and body.

Dr. Constantine has benefited from training under such renowned surgeons and his patients are now able to directly benefit from his experience and knowledge as part of his Dallas practice. Dr. Constantine and his team are able to perform from simple to the most complex procedures and achieve results that are consistent, predictable, and always natural looking.

Dr. Constantine performs a wide range of face, body, and breast procedures with skill, precision, and a tireless dedication to detail. His philosophy is based on the belief that aesthetic surgery should combine art with science and should be tailored to each patient. No two people are the same, therefore, each operation should be unique and specifically designed to each individual patient. By following this belief, we have found that when we are dedicated to listening to our patients, designing the correct operation for them, and executing it with precision and finesse, we find our patients many times commenting that their results have surpassed their expectations. We take pride in this fact.