Plastic surgery is not just about looking good; it’s also about getting paid well, and that’s a good thing.
There are thousands of plastic surgeons in the U.S., and they are doing work that could otherwise go unnoticed or ignored.
But if you want to keep your job, you might be better off looking for a few surgeons who specialize in the surgery that you might not otherwise consider.
Here are five surgeons who offer the best-paying jobs in plastic surgery.1.
John J. Mathers MD, PhD, PhD Plastic Surgery, Boston, MA, USAMathers is a plastic surgeon who has specialized in facial reconstruction and facial surgery for over 15 years.
He also specializes in facial reconstructions for men and women, and cosmetic surgery.
He has specialized work in facial and body modification since 1994, and has had extensive experience in facial implants.
In addition to facial reconstructive surgery, Mather is also a qualified dermatologist, a board certified plastic surgeon, and a registered nurse.
He graduated from the Massachusetts Medical School in 2001, with a master’s degree in dermatology, and his medical school credentials include a doctorate in dermatological pathology from the University of Massachusetts, Boston.2.
David M. Brown, MD, MPH, FACSM, Los Angeles, CA, USABrown has worked as a plastic surgery surgeon for over 10 years.
His expertise is in reconstructive procedures for facial and facial implant surgery.
During his years of practice, he has performed on more than 700 patients.
He specializes in reconstructions in men and menopausal women.
He is the founding president of the Plastic Surgery Association of America.
He holds a Ph.
D. in dermatologic surgery from the Yale University School of Medicine, and is a member of the American Board of Plastic Surgeons.3.
Joseph P. Stapleton, MD Plastic Surgery Surgery, Cleveland, OH, USAStapleton is a board-certified plastic surgeon and a board member of The Plastic Surgery Society of America, and he has worked for many years in the cosmetic surgery industry.
He completed his surgical training at the University to treat the congenital skin disorder atelibromyalgia.
He earned his medical degree from the Harvard Medical School and completed his residency in dermatopathology at the Johns Hopkins University School.
Stavone is a registered plastic surgeon in New York City and also has experience in reconstruction and cosmetic procedures.
He and his wife, Susan, have three children.4.
Michael L. Sommers, MD Facial Surgery, Los Gatos, CA Facial reconstruction is one of the most common procedures performed in plastic surgeries.
Facial surgery involves reconstructing a patient’s face, and it is usually performed by surgeons who are certified in plastic surgeon practices.
Many surgeons who have plastic surgery licenses also have extensive experience performing cosmetic procedures as well.
Facials can be performed on men and in women.
In a 2010 survey of over 10,000 plastic surgeons, 76% of respondents said that the procedure is one that they would recommend to their patients.5.
James D. McPherson, MD Face and Body, Atlanta, GA, USAMcPher, who is also the founder and CEO of the International Plastic Surgery Council, has worked in plastic reconstruction since 1999, and also performs facial and cosmetic surgeries.
McPhherson received his medical license in 2006 from the Medical College of Georgia.
He obtained his medical training at Harvard Medical College in Boston, and completed an internship in the Department of Plastic Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.
He received his certification in plastic pathology from Northwestern University and completed a residency in facial pathology at the Harvard School of Public Health.6.
Paul C. Dye, MD FACSM Face and body reconstruction, Minneapolis, MN, USADye has had experience in plastic and reconstructive surgeries for over 40 years.
After graduating from Harvard Medical school in 1978, Dye was hired by the University’s plastic surgery program and worked as an intern for over three years.
In 1994, Dyes joined the staff of the University School, and later became an associate professor at the Medical School.
Dyes is also an honorary member of Dr. J. Michael Bailey’s Board of Surgeons and is the founder of Facial Reconstruction Associates.7.
Donald A. Nolen, MDFacial Reconstruction, Boston Facial reconstructions are a major part of many of the surgeries performed in the United States.
Facemasks are made from skin that is pulled back and put back together.
Facially reconstructive plastic surgery involves the use of implants and dermal plates to restore the shape of the face.
Facists also have specialized work, including dermal reconstruction, facial reconstructivision, and facial facelift.
Facismals can be made on a wide variety of body parts, and they can be done at a variety of