Kevin R. Hanz, MD
Dr. Kevin R. Hanz is a board-certified plastic surgeon. After receiving his medical education from Case Western Reserve University, Dr. Hanz trained in plastic surgery at the University of Texas – Southwestern, one of the top-ranked plastic surgery programs in the country. With 15 years of experience in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery, he has particular interests in facial rejuvenation and body contouring. As the first surgeon in Dallas to offer FaceTite and BodyTite technologies, Dr. Hanz aims to provide his patients with leading-edge technologies for the best results. While he believes it is important to be up to date on recent technologies, Dr. Hanz makes a priority to provide natural, refined results, creating a more natural appearance.
Dr. Hanz was the first Dallas plastic surgeon to offer FaceTite and BodyTite, a leading technology in radiofrequency created by InMode Aesthetics. He acts as a national spokesperson for the company, as well as trains other physicians on how to use this technology. Dr. Hanz also serves as a national fellowship director of Elite Body Sculpture, a cutting-edge brand that provides custom care for every patient using no needles, scalpels, or stitches, whom he performs nearly 300 surgeries per year for. At the forefront of modern aesthetics, Dr. Hanz practices with an artistic eye and remains on the cutting edge of facial and rejuvenation aesthetics.
Additionally, Dr. Hanz specializes in aesthetic surgeries for the face, body, breast, and skin, ensuring customized treatment plans that best fit the needs and aesthetic goals of each of his patients. Through a number of procedures, including breast augmentation, mommy makeover, facelift, liposuction, and breast reduction surgeries, Dr. Hanz can help his patients to look and feel their best with restored confidence. With the use of advanced surgical techniques, he can ensure desired results, as well as more comfortable and optimal recovery periods.
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