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“It is an honor to be chosen by the Las Vegas Community as a Top Doctor in Plastic Surgery”, Dr. Alexander stated after his most recent selection. His reputation for excellence is widely known, as he has been the trusted plastic surgeon for thousands of happy patients over his two decade career in Las Vegas.
Health Care Quarterly (Spring 2015)
I attended Rutgers University and obtained a bachelors of science degree in biology with an emphasis in physiology. I then moved to Washington, D.C., where I studied at Georgetown University’s School of Dentistry. Although I enjoyed it and did will in the dental school, I decided a medical career was best for me. I applied and was accepted to Georgetown University’s School of Medicine where I obtained my MD. I love that place!Read Article: Health Care Quarterly (Spring 2015)
Las Vegas Life
Dr. George John Alexander is a Board board certified plastic and cosmetic surgeon. He is certified by the American Board of Surgery and the National Board of Medical Examiners. He has close to 20 years of surgical experience. He specializes in procedures that enable men and women to achieve a more attractive and youthful appearance.Read Article: Las Vegas Life
Las Vegas Life
When you’re considering any type of plastic surgery, you want a doctor who has a reputation for consistent results, exceptional care, and who is rated year after year as a top doctor in his field by his peers and the community at large. One such physician is Dr. George John Alexander.
In addition to his private practice, Dr. Alexander is the current Chief of Plastic Surgery at Mountain View Hospital and was the founder and past chief of plastic surgery at Mike O’ Callaghan Federal Hospital.Read Article: Las Vegas Life
One of Las Vegas’ premier plastic surgeons, Dr. George John Alexander is a board certified plastic and cosmetic surgeon. He is board certified by the American Board of Surgery and the National Board of Medical Examiners. Founder and former Chief of Plastic Surgery at Mike O’Callaghan Federal Hospital, Dr. Alexander is the current Chief of Plastic Surgery at Mountain View Hospital. He is a graduate of Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, DC. During his residency, the United States government named Dr. Alexander the number one doctor in his program.Read Article: X Quisite
S Magazine - Success Stories
His grandfather came to the United Stated through Ellis Island in search of the American Dream.
Today, George John Alexander, MD appreciates that dream as one of the top plastic surgeons in the state with his wife and daughter by his side.
George Alexander, MD., F.A.C.S., a trusted board-certified plastic and cosmetic surgeon, taking care of surgical patients for close to 20 years, attributes much of his success to his family and the traditional values instilled in him by his grandfather.Read Article: S Magazine - Success Stories
Nearly 3 million women and men in the United Stated kissed their wrinkles goodbye in 2004 with a few Botox injections between the brows; that’s 280 percent more people than in 2000. Clearly, Americans are more concerned than ever with looking their best. While Botox is a great temporary fix for those forehead and brow lines, taking the plunge with a more long-lasting solution to wrinkles was surprisingly easy and a relatively pain free way to look great for one woman.
“I know it doesn’t sound true, but for me, a forehead/browlift didn’t hurt as much as Botox,” explains 49-year-old Lynn of Las Vegas. Though she’s a registered nurse for Dr. George Alexander, one of Las Vegas’ premier plastic surgeons, she isn’t making that statement as a member of Alexander’s staff: she makes it as his patient.Read Article: Nevada Woman
If you could wake up from a deep sleep with a flatter tummy or more beautiful breasts chances are, you’d fluff up your pillow and hit the sack. While the path to a more beautiful body isn’t as simple as an afternoon nap, patients who choose to have plastic surgery often go under general anesthesia during their procedure. Though both surgery and anesthesia are serious matters, two Las Vegas women found that by having trust and confidence in their surgeon, they could rest easily.Read Article: Nevada Woman
Sonni Skipworth and Shelley Workman, both 50, of Las Vegas work together- just as they’ve done in a variety of jobs since they were 15. They share the same taste in fashion and admit they’re the kind of twins who enjoy looking alike. Twins are known for their mystical connection to each other; yet, these identical twins found when it came to self-image, they were complete opposites. Sonni was unhappy with her appearance. “My lower half was bigger than my upper,” she says. “I was out of proportion and I wanted to get more in proportion.” She researched having a breast augmentation and consulted her twin, who gave her a very definitive answer: no way. “I didn’t think that we needed it at the time,” explains Shelley, who like her sister was a B cup, Sonni shelved the idea and waited.10 years.Read Article: Nevada Woman
Three Las Vegas women found that by visiting one of Las Vegas’ premier plastic surgeons, Dr. George Alexander, they were given the education they needed to make a sound choice. At his office, these women felt they were among friends, trusting and confident in the doctor and his staff, who helped them to experience a positive change-a renewed self-image and self-confidence.Read Article: Nevada Woman
Las Vegas Life
Dr. Alexander, a board-certified plastic and cosmetic surgeon, utilizes the latest technology and highly trained staff to provide attractive remedies designed to keep patients looking and functioning at their very best.Read Article: Las Vegas Life
A woman who’s confident radiates vibrant energy. Yet when the mirror no longer reflects the person she wants to be, her self-esteem falters. Three women who wanted to improve their appearance consulted one of Las Vegas’ premier plastic and cosmetic surgeons, Dr. George Alexander. That decision changed their lives.Read Article: Nevada Woman
Las Vegas Life
Dr. Alexander, a board-certified plastic and cosmetic surgeon, utilizes the latest technology and a highly trained staff to provide attractive remedies designed to keep patients looking and functioning at their very best.
Graduating at the top of his Georgetown University School of Medicine class, he has since accumulated impressive professional credentials: Founding Chief of Plastic Surgery of the Mike O’Callaghan Federal Hospital, Chief of Plastic Surgery at Mountain View Hospital, and recipient of two Surgeon General Awards in his field. Patients are confident that Dr. Alexander prepared for his specialty with extensive training, including five years of internship and residency in general surgery followed by three years as a resident in plastic and reconstructive surgery. His expertise now include plastic surgical care of the breast, face and body, as well as the use of botox and collagen injections and treatment with endoscopic and laser techniques.Read Article: Las Vegas Life
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons’ (ASPS) statistics, the number of people having cosmetic plastic surgery has tripled since 1992. This increase in the number of procedures performed appears to be related to advancements in plastic surgery, new procedures, and awareness by the public of what can be done. It also illustrates the increased attention our society is focusing on health and beauty enhancements. The most significant increase in procedures performed over the last ten years have been in breast augmentation, liposuction, tummy tuck, forehead lift, eyelid surgery and breast reduction in men.
Dr. George John Alexander is a board certified plastic and cosmetic surgeon. He is board certified by the American Board of Surgery and the National Board of Medical Examiners. Dr. Alexander received his M.D. from Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, DC. He graduated at the top of his class and was selected for membership in Alpha Omega Alpha.Read Article: Las Vegas
Plastic surgery- Hollywood starlets, false identities, new beginnings, new faces. Modern medicine can work a variety of wonders, but to the patient, “her mind-set and expectations” are still the most important players. The term “plastic surgery” covers both cosmetic and reconstructive surgery and the procedures that fall under them.Read Article: Nevada Woman
Sixty-four-year-old Sean Harris didn’t like what he saw when he looked in the mirror. “I had a turkey neck and long unattractive jowls,” he says. “As you age, you no longer look the way you think you should. I decided I wanted to change that and went to Biff McCann for a facelift and later liposuction on my stomach and love handles.”Read Article: Las Vegas