Plastic Surgery San Antonio
Welcome to the aesthetic plastic surgery practice of Dr. Richard Levine. Board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, Dr. Levine has been practicing plastic surgery for more than 30 years in San Antonio, Texas, and focuses exclusively on cosmetic surgery procedures to help patients look their best. He has been on the faculty of numerous medical schools and authored extensively in cosmetic surgery. You will find him to be dedicated to the success and safety of your surgical experience. Dr. Levine aspires to make a positive difference in the lives of his patients and the community. As a result he has been selected amongst the Best Doctors in Texas and the Executive Board of the Baptist and Methodist Hospitals. Additionally, Dr. Levine is currently the Chief of Staff at Methodist Hospital.
Dr. Richard Levine exclusively performs cosmetic surgery procedures that treat the appearance of the face, eyelids, breasts, abdomen, and body shape and contours. Dr. Levine’s office also has a licensed aesthetician to assist you with all of your skin care needs. To learn more about all the services we offer including the in-office use of Botox and injectable fillers please visit our Procedures and Skin Care pages.
Doctor Levine believes that his preparatory education in Mathematics, Dentistry, Medicine, Pathology, General and Plastic Surgery were essential to his understanding of the complex issues of Aesthetic Surgery.
He has served on the Executive Board of both the Baptist and Methodist Hospitals. He is currently the Chief of Staff of the Methodist Hospital and Professor of Surgery (Plastic) at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center.
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