Plano Plastic Surgery Practice of Dr. Robert D. Wilcox is 4th Facility in North America to Offer “Aspen Rehabilitation Treatment”

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The “Aspen Ultrasound Series and Therapeutic Technique” is now available at the practice of Dr. Robert D. Wilcox in Plano, Texas. His facility is the fourth center in North America to carry this new, non-surgical treatment, which is designed to correct the most common post-operative, breast surgery complication – capsular contracture.

Premier breast surgeon Dr. Robert D. Wilcox not only specializes in providing women with beautiful, natural-looking augmentation results; he is raising the bar when it comes to correcting the number one recurring problem following breast surgery: capsular contracture. This is the hardening and constriction of the breast implant capsule that causes breast firmness.

Dr. Wilcox now provides the “Aspen Ultrasound Series and Therapeutic Technique” at his practice in Plano, Texas. His facility is the fourth center in North America, and only center west of the Mississippi River, to offer this new, non-surgical option to women who have developed the bothersome problem of breast implant capsular contracture. Originally only available at the Aspen Rehabilitation Center in Coral Springs, Florida, this unique FDA-approved technology is specifically designed to fix the most common post-operative breast complication, without surgery.

According to Dr. Wilcox, the founder and director of Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery Center of Texas, the Aspen Ultrasound Series and Therapeutic Technique is “very effective.” He also finds much satisfaction in its safety rate and “efficacy.”

Dr. Wilcox encourages women to be aware of any post-op changes that may develop with their breasts. Women with breast implants are welcome to make an appointment with Dr. Wilcox should they experience any of these signs: asymmetry, hardness, pain, implant malpositioning, breast shape distortion, and/or chest muscle tightness. Because there are varying degrees of capsular contracture, from firmness to physical discomfort, the initial consultation is an essential first step to correcting this plastic surgery complication. At this time, Dr. Wilcox will determine if the Ultrasound technique will give the best results or if a surgical breast enhancement revision surgery is necessary.

Board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS) and a member of the prestigious American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), Dr. Wilcox has served as Assistant Clinical Professor of the Department of Plastic Surgery University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and Past President of the Dallas Society of Plastic Surgeons. Dr. Wilcox has been in private practice in Plano since 1992. He was recently voted D Magazine’s “Best Doctors in Collin County” by his physician peers. Dr. Wilcox can be contacted via


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