About Southlake Plastic Surgery
Southlake Plastic Surgery is located in Southlake, Texas, and specializes in a wide variety of procedures from breast augmentations and liposuction to microdermabrasion and facelifts. Dr. Mark E. Mason, the founder of Southlake Plastic Surgery, is a board-certified, Stanford-trained plastic surgeon with years of experience performing cosmetic procedures. Our dedicated staff will work closely with you to help achieve your desired results. We are here for you every step of the way. Learn more about Dr. Mason and our professional staff at Southlake Plastic Surgery.
ThermiSmooth non-invasive skin tightening now available!
ThermiSmooth is a non-invasive, non-surgical procedure which uses radio frequency to improve skin laxity. It is ideal for treating the problem areas around the eyes, cheeks, and neck. ThermiSmooth uses gentle heat with temperature controlled RF energy and stimulate collagen remodeling to increase skin thickness and skin quality. It is gentle therapy with no downtime. Best results are achieved with a series of 3-4 treatments scheduled approximately 2 weeks apart.
Southlake Plastic Surgery Center for Cosmetic Surgery
This surgery center is certified by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, AAAASF, the Gold Standard in accreditation. As a Stanford-trained plastic surgeon who has been practicing in the Dallas-Fort Worth area for over a decade, Dr. Mark Mason is in the best position to help you reach your potential. Learn more about Southlake Center for Cosmetic Surgery.
A Message from Dr. Mason
Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. I have always been fascinated by both the science and art of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. The reason I decided at an early age to become a surgeon began when I was a high school student growing up in the small West Texas town of Plainview. Plainview is a town known more for growing cotton than producing doctors. Rodeo is popular in Plainview and the surrounding towns, and I began riding bulls as a high school sport. After some success, I was awarded a bullriding scholarship to college. My most significant injury from bullriding was a fracture—dislocation of my lower jaw which required an operation to repair. I became very interested in the surgical procedure required to reconstruct my lower jaw as well as how the surgeon and his staff treated me with kindness and compassion throughout my recovery. Through this experience, I realized that medicine was my calling. I have always remembered the importance of both physical health as well as emotional well-being, and I try to treat everyone with respect and kindness without comprising medical care. I truly hope that you will experience this as a patient at Southlake Plastic Surgery.
Mark Mason, M.D.