Robert D. Wilcox, M.D.
It is the cornerstone of our practice to never cut corners. Therefore, I built a state-of-the-art, 11,000-square-foot facility in Plano that offers two surgical suites, both of which are state-licensed. The facility has also passed the very stringent standards of the Federal Medicare Program. Our facility is licensed by the Texas Department of Health in a way similar to that of hospitals. With everything from air filtration parameters to sterilization standards as well as the use of registered nurses instead of medical assistants, this creates the best possible environment for surgical procedures.
I believe that the quality and standards of facilities around Dallas vary greatly, and it is important for a patient who is considering plastic surgery to feel as comfortable about their surgical environment as they would in a state-of-the-art hospital, its surgery, and its staff. I feel that patients should see the operating room that their surgery is to be performed in and should know the difference in one that is state-of-the-art and one that is not. State-licensing means successful certification by the Texas Department of Health.
Because the facility was built specifically for plastic surgery, there are certain benefits that my patients enjoy. Our freestanding location is easy for patients to find and has plenty of available parking. Private entrances maximize confidentiality, particularly after surgery. Internal exam doorways adjacent to photography rooms also preserve our patients’ privacy and modesty. We also provide a comfortable waiting room for our patients’ families.
The Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Center of Texas offers the following: