Todd M Willcox, MD
Todd Willcox, MD, is a board-certified plastic surgeon who specializes in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. He has completed extensive training in both plastic surgery and general surgery from the prestigious Mayo Clinic and has passed the rigorous board examinations from the American Board of Plastic Surgery and American Board of Surgery.
Dr. Willcox grew up in the northwest and went to medical school at Oregon Health & Sciences University where he was a member of the exclusive Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. He completed two separate surgical residencies in general and plastic surgery at the Mayo Clinic before returning to Washington to begin his practice. He has a long history with the Franciscan medical system serving as medical director of the St. Joseph Burn Center and Franciscan Wound Care Center and recently joined the Franciscan Medical Group in July of 2009.
Dr. Willcox has extensive training in latest techniques of cosmetic surgery including facial rejuvenation, eyelid surgery, brow lifting, breast augmentation, breast lifting, liposuction and tummy tucks. He also offers nonsurgical facial enhancement with injectable fillers and Botox. Dr. Willcox has a special interest in breast surgery and dedicates a significant portion of his practice to breast reconstruction for patients suffering from breast cancer.
Dr. Willcoxs philosophy is to provide his patients with the highest standard of care while maintaining a bedside manner that makes his patients feel comfortable and important. When you come see Dr. Willcox for a consult, he will take all the time that is necessary to listen to your concerns and desires. He will carefully outline and explain all the possible treatment options and help you decide what is best for you. In Dr. Willcoxs office, the patient always comes first.
Franciscan Plastic Surgery
Todd M Willcox, MD offers plastic surgery at 11311 Bridgeport Way, SW #309, Lakewood, WA 98499. Todd M Willcox, MD may be able to perform enhancement, anti-aging, and reconstructive surgeries for patients seeking to improve their natural features or correct medical problems.
As a provider of plastic surgery in Lakewood, WA, Todd M Willcox, MD likely offers both surgical and minimally invasive cosmetic procedures to enhance or correct physical features.
The most common procedures a plastic surgeon in Lakewood, WA usually provides include breast augmentation and reduction, tumor surgery, microdermabrasion and face lifts.
To make an appointment with a Plastic Surgeon in Lakewood, WA, call Todd M Willcox, MD at (253) 985-6630 for more information.
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Dr. Todd Wilcox did an amazing job on my 'nipple sparing' double mastectomy. It's a frightening process, especially if you are fond of the 'sisters' God blessed you with. Dr. Wilcox, was professional, yet kind and sympathetic to my plight. His confidence in his talent put me (and my husband) at ease. It's a process and you have to be patient, but my breasts healed so wonderfully well. I take it for granted and I shouldn't. As a survivor, other survivors are at ease to share with you their experiences and showcase 'the goods'. I have blue ribbon boobies! Thanks Dr. Wilcox -
October 08, 2014
They were ready to see me when I showed up for my appointment. I never had to wait for them to show up. It was nice to see them treat their staff with so much respect. It was obvious that they had a good relationship with all of their staff members. They were easy to reach in an emergency. When I called they answered right away and I was so relieved to hear a friendly voice.
October 09, 2011
Dr. WIllcox performed a breast reduction due to back pain on me. I din't know that I was pregnant and the nurse did not do a pregnancy test (which is standard) before the surgery and I lost my baby. Also, he had me get a mammogram before the operation but apparently didn't look at the results. The results showed an irregularity. When I asked DR. Willcox about the results, he looked confused and said "Oh well, it's gone now." In fact, later, I went to Dr. Ehret because of nipple retraction. He told me that, if he was to have it fixed, he would have to go in and scrape out all of the scar tissue and that he didnt recommend another surgery. That sounded reasonable so I didnt do anything. A year later my gynecologist saw the same breast and told me to get a mammogram immediately. I did and found out I had Stage 3 Breast Cancer that had spread to my skin and my lymph nodes. They both missed Breast cancer.
August 27, 2010