Dr. Jay Jackson
Jay Jackson, MD, is a Plastic, Reconstructive, and Lap Band surgeon with a keen eye for beauty and symmetry and extensive surgical training to match. Dr. Jackson is fully trained in both aesthetic and reconstructive surgeries. Additionally, his clinical interest includes body contouring procedures.
Dr. Jackson trained for five years in general surgery and is Board Certified by the American Board of Surgery. He then completed his residency in plastic and reconstructive surgery at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. This provided exceptional training and experience in the full gamut of facial, breast, and body cosmetic procedures that continue to pique his interest.
Dr. Jackson has 10 years of practice experience and has performed nearly 3,000 Awake Liposuction procedures. In the evaluation of an aesthetic consultation, Dr. Jackson combines an artistic approach with a strong technical background honed during his surgical training. Dr. Jackson brings an enthusiastic personality to his interactions with patients and a discerning eye in his approach to body contouring and cosmetic procedures. He looks forward to helping you achieve your best possible look.
- Southwestern Adventist University (Keene, TX)- BS BIOLOGY
- University of Oklahoma College of Medicine (OKC, OK)- DOCTOR OF MEDICINE
- Michigan State University/Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies (Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI)- GENERAL SURGERY
- Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center (Detroit, MI)- PLASTIC SURGERY
- AMERICAN BOARD OF SURGERY
- NATIONAL BOARD OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
- Rectus Abdominis Endometrioma: A Case Report.
- Follicular Carcinoma Of The Thyroid: Is The Incidence Truly Changing?
- Omental Wrap: A Simple Technique for Reinforcement of the Gastrojejunostomy during Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. Journal of Obesity Surgery. Vol 17. #1. January 2007.
- Bariatric Surgery. eMedicine.
- Self-Inflicted Specific Pattern Burns in Psychiatric Patients. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery. Vol 15. #3 Autumn 2007.
- Post-Traumatic Osteomyelitis of The Clavicle: A Case Report and Review of The Literature. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery. Vol. 16. #2. S Summer 2008.