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Richard Ha is a board certified plastic surgeon with convenient office locations in Dallas and Plano. He specializes in pediatric plastic and craniofacial surgery and has expertise in cleft lip and palate, ear reconstruction and ear molding, craniosynostosis and other craniofacial anomalies, jaw distraction surgical correction for speech disorders, facial reanimation for paralysis, facial trauma reconstruction, microsurgery, tissue expansion and birthmarks.

He is a member of the craniofacial team at the Pediatric Plastic Surgery Institute, and is also the president of the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute. Dr. Ha received his undergraduate degree with honors from Brown University and his medical degree from Indiana University. He completed his general surgery, plastic surgery, and craniofacial fellowship training from UT Southwestern Medical Center.

Dr. Ha is a Clinical Instructor at UT Southwestern Department of Plastic Surgery, and is active in training residents and fellows. He holds memberships in the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association, and serves on several committees.
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read more › Breast augmentation is one of the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures in the world. Women may choose to undergo breast augmentation for a number of reasons. Breast underdevelopment, changes related to pregnancy, breast feeding, or weight loss, and breast asymmetries are common reasons for augmentation. Breast enhancement can provide fuller or more symmetric shape and help improve self-esteem. At the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute, Dr. Ha utilizes the most advanced techniques for breast Augmentation.

read more › Dr. Ha's staff members, at the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute (DPSI) and at Legacy Plastic Surgery Institute (LPSI), are ready to assist you with any questions or concerns that you may have regarding your surgery, so please do not hesitate to contact us. If you are a prospective patient and would like to contact us about scheduling an appointment or have questions about the various procedures and services Dr. Ha offers, please call the office at 214-818-0935 or you can email through the website or at info@haplasticsurgery.com.

read more › With today's high cost of elective and non-elective medical procedures, many patients rely on monthly payment options. At Dr. Richard Ha's office, we offer a number of financing options to help you achieve your goals. As a service to our patients, we are pleased to offer the CareCredit card, the nation's leading patient payment program. With CareCredit you can finance 100% of your cosmetic surgery and there are no upfront costs, no annual fees and no pre-payment penalties. So, you can schedule your procedure today and conveniently pay with low, monthly payments.

read more › As a member of the internationally - acclaimed Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute, Dr. Richard Y. Ha specializes in cosmetic surgery of the face, eyelids, nose, and breasts, as well as Asian plastic surgery. He also performs a wide range of other cosmetic and reconstructive procedures including body contouring, cleft lip and palate, and facial reanimation surgery. Dr. Ha is a Clinical Instructor at the U.T. Southwestern Department of Plastic Surgery. He is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

read more › Dr. Ha is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and received his training from the prestigious U.T. Southwestern Medical Center, one of the finest plastic surgery programs in the world. He also completed a fellowship in Craniofacial and Pediatric plastic surgery at U.T. Southwestern and the Children's Medical Center. Utilizing his specialized training in cleft lip/palate and craniofacial surgery, he has participated in surgical missions with the LEAP foundation, providing care to underprivileged children in the Dominican Republic and Belize.

read more › The eyes have long been considered a critical feature of a person's character and demeanor. Often considered the "window to your soul, " the eyes are shaped and affected by the tissues surrounding them: the eyelids, cheeks and brow. Aging is characteristically manifested in this area with a progressively "tired" appearance. Blepharoplasty or eyelid lift is a procedure that can helps rejuvenate the periorbital area and eliminates that "tired" appearance. Small incisions are performed in the natural contours around the eyes, which in almost all cases leaves no visible scarring.

read more › The two main causes for this are a lack of the usual cartilage fold in the upper one third and/or an excess of cartilage in the bowl. Otoplasty is a procedure to reshape the deformed cartilage and excise any areas of excessive cartilage. This is done through a well hidden incision behind the ear. Otoplasty is best performed at younger ages when the cartilage is still very soft and malleable. As we age, all cartilage in our body (ribs, discs of the spine, etc.) becomes stiffer and more brittle; this makes re-shaping more difficult and less reliable.

read more › More and more women have undergone surgical and non-surgical methods of augmenting their lips. The lips are not only a functional portion of the mouth, but beautiful lips can be a mark of distinction for the face. Along with a person's eyes, the lips portray an individual's expression and mood better than any other part of the body. Think about the many times you focus (consciously or sub-consciously) on someone's lips when they are talking, smiling, frowning, laughing, kissing, etc. Women apply lipstick to help accentuate this very prominent feature of their face - to provide a pleasing color and shape.

read more › Rhinoplasty, or surgery to re-shape the nose, is one of the most commonly performed plastic surgery procedures. It doesn't take long for one to recognize that noses come in all shapes and forms. There are ethnic differences as well. As with any cosmetic procedures, the surgical goal should be for realistic improvements that are balanced, given the limitations of a patient's anatomy. The nose has very unique and specialized anatomy. For sake of clarity, there are two main divisions or parts - the internal and external nose.

read more › The forehead and brow are important components of a younger face. The position of the brow can influence the appearance of the eyes and eyelids. A youthful eye is one that appears "open" and is free of wrinkles. A sagging brow can make the eyes look "tired" and can contribute to the formation of droopy upper eyelid skin. The actual position of the brow varies widely between individuals. Some people have naturally high set brows and others have their brows very close to the upper eyelid margin. However, everyone shares the same enemy of youth - gravity.

read more › Cosmetic surgery of the facial and neck soft tissues (skin, fat, and muscle) can provide dramatic rejuvenation. Most people know these procedures as "facelifts" or "necklifts." Unlike the bones of the face, soft tissues are subject to the forces of gravity with age and to external influences such as the environment (sun) and smoking. With time, facial fat also undergoes "deflation" or involution. These contribute to the descent of the facial skin/fat/muscle as well as wrinkling. Fine wrinkles are often the result of excessive sun exposure; deeper wrinkles are caused by the intermittent contraction of facial muscles causing deep "grooves."

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