Plastic Surgeon Serving New Tampa
If you are looking for an experienced, attentive plastic surgeon and you live in the New Tampa area, you can receive the personalized care you want when you visit Dr. John Roach at the Bayside Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Roach completed seven years of intensive training in general, plastic, and reconstructive surgery, and is now one of the most reputable plastic surgeons in Florida. He is well known for both his superior skills and his unique, holistic approach to plastic surgery, often incorporating physical training, or skin care consultations before and after a patient’s procedure. He takes great care to customize each cosmetic procedure to the individual patient, helping to bring out their own natural, youthful beauty.
When you trust Dr. Roach as your plastic surgeon, you can feel confident knowing that he will provide attentive care throughout the plastic surgery process, from your initial consultation to your last post-operative appointment. Before your surgery, Dr. Roach will take the time to ask questions about your health history and learn more about your reasons for wanting your surgery, as well as identify your personal expectations of your chosen procedure. This information will help Dr. Roach determine the ideal procedure and technique that will best help you meet your appearance goals.
You can visit Dr. Roach for nearly any type of cosmetic surgery. He has experience performing:
- Breast augmentations
- Breast lifts
- Tummy tuck procedures
- Arm lifts
- Eyelid surgery
- And more
To learn more about any of these procedures, or to schedule your consultation with Dr. Roach for a tummy tuck surgery, breast augemtnation, or any other type of plastic surgery, contact the Bayside Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Roach is a leading plastic surgeon serving patients in New Tampa and all surrounding communities, and is also a highly reputable hand surgeon, specializing in procedures that treat ailments like Carpal tunnel syndrome and Dupuytren’s disease.