James Robison, MD
Dr. Robison is a Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and a Hand Surgeon. He is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Dr. Robison completed his Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery training at Dartmouth Medical Center and his General Surgery training in Dallas.
He is an Austin native and has degrees from Southern Methodist University and Texas Tech School of Medicine.
Plastic Surgery is a specialty dedicated to the restoration of human form and function. Many events that alter one's appearance, whether they be from natural aging processes, traumatic events or congenital birth defects, can be greatly improved by plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Since each patient is different and unique, a personal and individualized approach is used to obtain the best possible result. Patients are seen preoperatively in private consultation. Representative slides are discussed, a thorough evaluation is performed, and photographs are taken. Educational material that outlines the procedure is given to the patient. Of paramount importance is the relationship between Dr. Robison and each patient.
A treatment plan is determined after he listens to a patient's wish and makes recommendations. The patient and Dr. Robison decide together which surgery to perform, as well as the type of anesthesia to be administered. All questions are answered and preoperative and postoperative plans are thoroughly covered. The goal is a satisfied patient who has received the full measure of our care and expertise.
Dr. Robison constantly strives for excellence by drawing upon his surgical background and experience that provides a solid foundation for the art and science of plastic surgery.