Nicholas T Haddock, MD
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Nicholas T Haddock, MD Dr. Haddock is an accomplished cosmetic and reconstructive surgeon and is certified in plastic and reconstructive surgery by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS). Dr. Haddock is a respected member of not only the Dallas plastic surgery community but is also known on a national and international level. His goal is to individualize treatment by fully understanding the patient's needs through an open dialogue.

Dr. Haddock can offer state of the art treatment options including some techniques he helped pioneer. He is an expert in cosmetic surgery and breast reconstruction as well as microsurgery. Being a native Texan, Dr. Haddock began his education at the University of Texas for both undergraduate and Medical School.

He graduated with high honors and then further developed his skills during his residency in New York City at the prestigious New York University plastic surgery training program working with world experts in both cosmetic and reconstructive surgery.He spent an additional year refining his techniques at the University of Pennsylvania before returning to Texas.

read more › Our paper describing breast reconstruction with a combination of LAP and DIEP flaps was published t. Our paper was published in #PRSJournal describing a new way to manage the belly button with DIE. Dr. Haddock and his team use an enhanced recovery pathway when performing breast reconstruction with. Dr. Haddock presented his work this weekend at the Texas Society of Plastic Surgery on his first 200. One of the cornerstones of my practice is to ensure my patients are fully educated on the options av.

read more › Co-Surgery in Free Flap breast reconstruction reduces operative time and hospital stay: UTSW experience. Delayed vs. Delayed-Immediate free flap in Breast Reconstruction: does it make a difference in patient complications? Innovative autologous breast reconstruction at UTSW: How far have we gone and where do we go from here? Deconstructing the Reconstruction: Evaluation of Process and Efficiency in Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator Flaps. Texas Society of Plastic Surgery. World Society of Reconstructive Microsurgery.

read more › UT Southwestern Medical Center's Outpatient Building is a modern, seven-story patient-centric building on the UT Southwestern campus. Dr. Haddock's clinic is located on the fourth floor within the Plastic Surgery Clinic. Dr. Haddock sees all of his patient in this location and can perform minor procedures within his clinic. On the second floor is UT Southwestern Medical Center's Outpatient Surgery Center. This is a state-of-the-art surgical facility dedicated to providing the personal care and convenience of a small facility.

read more › Breast augmentation is cosmetic breast surgery that can increase the size of the female breast. Breast augmentation is one of the most frequently performed cosmetic surgery procedures in the world. A breast augmentation can give women with small or unevenly-sized breasts a fuller, firmer, better-proportioned look. In some situations, the placement of a breast implant can also provide a small breast lift. Dr. Haddock is an expert in breast implant surgery performing hundreds of implant placements per year.

read more › Breast reconstruction is an integral part of the treatment of breast cancer. Breast reconstruction can happen at the time of mastectomy or at a later date as a separate operation. The timing depends on a variety of factors. These may include the women's wishes, desires and goals, the type and size of tumor, the possible need for post-operative radiation therapy or chemotherapy. These decisions are made by the woman in consultation with her surgeon, oncologist, and plastic surgeon. At our Dallas Breast Reconstruction Center we will guide you through this process.

read more › For women who choose implant reconstruction, this typically entails multiple stages. Initially, tissue expanders are placed underneath the muscles of the chest at the time of mastectomy. The patient then undergoes sequential inflations of the expander using saline to create a sizable 'pocket' for the subsequent implant. Dr. Haddock usually is able to expand his patients significantly at the time of the mastectomy. This provides the benefit of providing some initial breast shape and volume while also limiting the postoperative expansion visits for his patients.

read more › The Profunda Artery Perforator flap (PAP Flap) utilizes skin and fat from the posterior thigh for breast reconstruction. This tissue is transplanted to the breast with microsurgery for natural breast reconstruction that will last forever. The posterior thigh is an excellent donor site for women who have had previous abdominal surgery or have limited abdominal tissue. In addition, there are some young patients that prefer this donor site given the desire for future pregnancy. In many patients there is adequate tissue to perform total breast reconstruction.

read more › The Lumbar Artery Perforator flap (LAP flap) replaces the skin and soft tissue removed at mastectomy with tissue that is borrowed from the lower back. The incision will be over the lower back. With a LAP flap the skin, soft tissue, and very small blood vessels required to produce the breast reconstruction are removed from the lower back. In contract to the common flaps the blood vessels with the LAP flap are very short. Therefore, this also requires the use of additional blood vessels from the abdomen.

read more › This is a complex question that is determined by the patient's health, situation, and desires. Some patients may not be a candidate for natural tissue reconstruction with a flap because of previous surgeries or other health related contraindications. Some women prefer natural tissue reconstruction because it is a surgery that lasts a lifetime. Others prefer implants because it is an easier surgery, but implants do not last forever so likely surgery will be required again in the future. Dr. Haddock can present the pro and cons of each route in consultation.

read more › Breast reduction surgery is effective in eliminating many of the common problems that result from having overly large breasts. This includes symptoms such as back pain, shoulder grooving from bra straps, skin irritation under the breasts, as well as generalized discomfort associated with large breast size. After breast reduction clothing becomes more manageable and a better physical appearance can result from the accompanying breast lift. There are multiple options for the incision pattern in a breast reduction.

read more › Cosmetic eyelid surgery, or a blepharoplasty, is a surgical procedure that produces a more youthful and aesthetically appealing eye. Changes around the eyes are some of the earliest signs of facial aging. The changes are influenced by eyebrow position, eyelid anatomy, genetics, sun exposure and smoking. During your consult Dr. Haddock will discuss your goals and develop a treatment plan for your eyelid surgery. Dr. Haddock is published on various techniques in eyelid surgery (see below). In addition, he described the pertinent anatomy in the lower eyelid that leads to some of the signs of aging.

read more › Overtime the face ages producing facial skin sagging and deep creases around the mouth. The sharp jaw line is replaced by jowls and the neck develops loose folds and bands. The primary causes linked to the aging process are genetics, lifestyle (including factors such as sun damage and smoking), and weight gain or loss. Many people also lose facial volume as part of the aging process. The face lift counteracts these changes by tightening muscle, removing or redistributing fat, and trimming excess skin.

read more › Rhinoplasty, or a nose job, is one of the most challenging and complex plastic surgery procedures. It requires that the surgeon has a keen sense of artistic proportions, advanced surgical skills, and extensive experience with the way various nasal structures and tissues respond to surgical intervention, both immediately and with the passage of time. Rhinoplasty is primarily performed to change the cosmetic appearance of the nose. There are two basic types of rhinoplasty procedures; including open rhinoplasty and closed rhinoplasty.

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