A board-certified plastic surgeon with a wealth of experience, Dr. Meade’s enthusiasm for cosmetic surgery is immediately clear when you first meet him. He puts patients at ease with his warm smile, vast knowledge and individualized attention to detail.
He is dedicated to staying current on the very latest techniques and procedures available in the field of cosmetic surgery. In conversation with Dr. Meade, you clearly can see that cosmetic surgery is more than just his career, but his passion.
His interest in the field began by doing research in Plastic Surgery at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. From there, he continued his education at Duke University in North Carolina. Trained in both general surgery and plastic surgery, his passion remained in cosmetic surgery. Upon completion of his residency at Duke, he chose to refine his skills in the art of cosmetic surgery by completing an Aesthetic Surgery fellowship at The University of Texas Southwestern at Dallas.
Dr. Meade remains actively involved in education in cosmetic surgery by teaching plastic surgeons in training. He serves as director of the resident cosmetic clinic at Baylor Hospital and holds a faculty teaching position at the UT Southwestern plastic surgery residency program. Dr. Meade is Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
Dr. Meade is eager to provide the very best results to those who seek them. His kind heart, skilled hands, and extensive training will assist you in achieving the look you’ve always imagined, a goal that Dr. Meade strives to meet with each patient he treats.
Throughout his career, Dr. Meade has also enjoyed helping the less fortunate. He has participated in several medical missions, one of which lasted an entire year in the under-served communities in Mexico. Whether performing reconstructive surgery on breast cancer survivors, or helping children with facial deformities, Dr. Meade feels great satisfaction with helping those in need.
Dr. Meade serves on the board of a not-for-profit organization called FAITH WEARS PINK, which was organized by one of his patients, Christine Runge. Through the group’s devotion, empathy, meals, story sharing and prayer, this group of survivors has been one of the greatest blessings to Dr. Meade’s practice.