Dr. Patrick Hsu is a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon and Reconstructive Microsurgeon, and founder of Memorial Plastic Surgery. He specializes in both cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the breasts and body, particularly breast augmentation and reconstruction, tummy tuck, and liposuction.
With plastic surgery experience spanning over a decade, Dr. Hsu is considered one of the premier breast reconstruction specialists in Houston, Texas. After his fellowship in Plastic Surgery at UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson, he dedicated another year to a fellowship in Microsurgery at the world-renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center. While there, Dr. Hsu trained in all aspects of reconstructive surgery with a significant emphasis on the latest breast reconstruction techniques, including DIEP and SIEA flaps.
Together with his dedicated staff, Dr. Hsu provides each patient with unparalleled personal care to ensure that all questions are thoroughly answered during every phase of the patient-doctor relationship. He views each patient as the unique and beautiful individual that he/she is, and the doctor’s approach has always been to identify and enhance those features that accentuate his patient’s natural beauty.
With a reputation as an authority and innovator among his peers, Dr. Hsu does more than simply keep up with current trends. Instead, he takes the art of plastic surgery to greater heights with his breadth of knowledge and experience in a wide array of plastic, reconstructive, and aesthetic surgical procedures.
So whether you are considering reconstructive surgery after a heroic battle with breast cancer, elective surgery following the triumph of motherhood, or simply looking to address a physical imperfection – it is time to consult Dr. Hsu to learn how he can help you achieve the results you deserve.
Dr. Melissa A. Crosby is a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon with Microsurgery fellowship training who has been an advocate for women and women’s health throughout her 15-year career. She specializes in reconstructive surgery for patients with cancer and restorative cosmetic surgery.
Dr. Crosby’s commitment to excellence is reflected in her educational honors. She graduated Summa cum laude from Arizona State University. She was awarded an integrated plastic surgery residency in Dallas at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, where she trained with the top cosmetic surgeons in the country. She then sought extra expertise by doing a Microsurgery and Reconstructive fellowship at the prestigious MD Anderson Cancer Center.
The past 9 years of Dr. Crosby’s career have been spent as associate professor at MD Anderson Cancer Center, specializing in cancer reconstruction with an expertise in breast reconstruction. While there, she became known for her technical proficiency, compassionate care, and superior outcomes. She served as director of resident and medical student education and associate director of the Women Faculty Programs where she mentored future leaders in medicine.
Dr. Crosby takes pride in educating her patients and their families on disease processes and surgical options through the publication of multiple educational guides for her patients and speaking engagements on breast reconstruction to breast cancer patients, survivors, and their families.
To find out how Dr. Crosby utilizes the latest in reconstructive and cosmetic surgery, visit her at Memorial Plastic Surgery or call 713 633 4411 to set up an appointment.
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Learn about your disease and your reconstructive options with Dr. Patrick Hsu and Dr. Melissa A. Crosby. With Microsurgery fellowships from MD Anderson Cancer Center, both Dr. Hsu and Dr. Crosby are committed to helping women with breast cancer with the use of the most advanced techniques in breast reconstruction.
With surgeons like Dr. Hsu and Dr. Crosby, who understand what you're going through, you can make better choices for a healthier future.
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