Our Plastic Surgeons and Our Team's Page
Would you like to Learn Our Secret for Getting the Best Results?.. Learn about Dr. Young's Theory on Beauty and the Incredible Advantage that it Gives Our Team!
Thanks for visiting Our Team Page that begins with introducing Our Plastic Surgeons. To find other needed Topics of Interest you can hover over the Navigation Bar Above over "Our Team" and find information about: Our AAAHC Certification which is one of the highest levels of accreditation; Our Ambulatory Surgical Facility License; Our Team consisting of our Plastic Surgery Nurse, Surgical Tech, Patient Care Coordinator, and Information Technologist; and a separate page for Dr. Philip Youn.
Dr. Philip Young:
Our Doctors are among the most well trained doctors you will find. Dr Philip Young received his undergraduate education at the University of Washington. He then went to Medical School at Tulane University School of Medicine (ranked 13th out of the country at the time). After medical school, he was accepted to study the discipline of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery at the highly competitive University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Following his training with some of the world's most famous Facial Plastic Surgeons, Dr. Young followed his passion and was accepted to further study Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery with World Renowned Dr. Frederick Stucker at Louisiana State University Shreveport's Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship. Dr. Frederick Stucker is one of the grand masters in this discipline. He is a former president of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Chairman of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery department for many years. Dr. Young is particularly known for his advancement in the current thoughts on facial beauty. He discovered the Circles of Prominence which outlined a new way of thinking about facial beauty and the secrets that have eluded us all of these years. He received the Sir Harold Delf Gilies award for his seminal paper from the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He recently published a follow up paper in the American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery: The Circles of Prominence: Ideal Ratios That Determine the Basis of Facial Beauty