Cosmetic Plastic Surgeons in Shelby
You can choose a cosmetic plastic surgeon in Shelby from this list with confidence, knowing that he or she possesses exceptional training, outstanding credentials and experience with all areas of the face and body.
This list features only plastic surgeons in the city of Shelby. To widen your search, choose a nearby city from the list to the left, or click here to search by ZIP code.
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|615 Halton Road Suite 100 Greenville, SC Tel: Click for phone number864-676-1707||55.11 Miles|
John Barry Bishop, M.D., FACS24 Memorial Medical Drive Greenville, SC Tel: Click for phone number864-295-4160
Ted R. Vaughn, M.D.305A West Alexander Avenue Greenwood, SC Tel: Click for phone number864-223-0505
Scott L. Tucker, M.D.1345A Westgate Center Drive Winston Salem, NC Tel: Click for phone number336-768-8483
John D. Newkirk, II M.D.3020 Sunset Blvd. West Columbia, SC Tel: Click for phone number803-796-2770
|1220 Blanding Street Columbia, SC Tel: Click for phone number803-779-1200||93.18 Miles|
|209 Hospital Drive Suite 202 Highlands, NC Tel: Click for phone number828-526-3783||94.27 Miles|
The surgeons listed above are members of The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, licensed by the state of North Carolina and certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS).
Choose Your Plastic Surgeon Carefully
Remember, any licensed physician is legally allowed to advertise as a "cosmetic" surgeon, even if he or she has no formal surgical training. Your body is nothing to take chances with, so avoid the risk. Selecting a board-certified plastic surgeon from this list is your assurance that your doctor has the highest quality training and advanced surgical skills.
ABPS Certification and ASAPS Membership Matters
The ABPS is recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties to certify doctors in the specialty of plastic surgery. Following medical school, ABPS-certified plastic surgeons must have completed a minimum of 5 years of surgical training, including an accredited plastic surgery residency program. Members of ASAPS must be in at least their third year of active practice following ABPS certification.