Dr. Michael Clinton, Plastic Surgeon and Founder of Clinton Plastic Surgery in Birmingham, Alabama joins eHealth Radio and the Plastic Surgery Channel to discuss Mommy Makeovers.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Michael Clinton discuss the following:
- What is a mommy makeover?
- What are some of the different procedures that can be involved in a mommy makeover?
- Can all the procedures be performed together or is it better to have them done individually?
- What is the recovery process like? Are there side effects or complications?
- What makes a person a good candidate for mommy makeover surgery? Is there anything that would make a person a bad candidate?
Dr. Michael S. Clinton spent his early years in Huntsville, Alabama where his father was an integral part of the “space race” of the 1960’s. In 1976, he graduated Magna cum Laude from Vanderbilt University in biomedical engineering. Dr. Clinton served as an officer in the United States Navy aboard a guided missile destroyer after attending college on a full naval scholarship. After completion of medical school, general surgery training and certification, Dr. Clinton received his plastic surgery training from Duke University. He is board certified in Plastic Surgery.
During his early years of practice, he gained extensive experience in restoration of the face and hand after trauma and the breast after cancer surgery, as a member of the department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Carraway Methodist Medical Center in Birmingham. Later, he helped establish the Carraway Laser Center and performed the first Carbon Dioxide laser skin resurfacing and Erbium laser skin resurfacing in the state of Alabama. He is nationally recognized and requested by top laser producers as one of the most qualified laser surgeons to teach numerous courses in cosmetic laser surgery to other physicians. Most of his time, presently, is spent performing cosmetic surgery, such as mommy makeovers, breast augmentation, etc. and laser procedures of the face, breast and body. He has recently relocated his office, Clinton Plastic Surgery, to St. Vincent’s new One Nineteen Health and Wellness Complex in Birmingham, Alabama.