Dr. Alton Ingram Introduces Brand-New Website for Clients

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Dr. Alton Ingram has launched a brand-new educational website for cosmetic and reconstructive surgery clients. Read on to learn more.

Alton Ingram, MD, has met the needs of numerous patients seeking advanced cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. Now, he is excited to share his knowledge and advice with current patients or potential patients through a brand-new website that recently launched.

Following months of planning and designing, the website -- http://www.draltoningrammd.com/ -- has finally arrived. The new site is user friendly, featuring a clean and uncluttered design. The goal of this website is to give individuals who undergo reconstructive or cosmetic surgery helpful information and tips about the process as well as the necessary post-operative care.

Ingram will continue to update the site with the newest information in the industry based on the interests and needs of his clients. The site will feature new blog posts every month that will cover such topics as eyelid surgery, liposuction, mommy makeovers, and breast implants.

Ingram, who resides in Nashville, Tennessee, and hails from Baton Route, Louisiana, earned his degree in philosophy and mathematics at Yale University. He then relocated to Texas, where he spent nine years studying to earn his medical degree at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. There, he also successfully completed residencies in plastic surgery and general surgery.

Ingram has a strong track record of success as a subject matter expert, having published multiple articles in today’s leading peer-reviewed journals. His articles have been on topics such as law, finance, medical devices, surgical techniques, and the human anatomy. The topics he is looking forward to covering on his new website include procedures such as facial contouring -- for example, cheek, chin, or rhinoplasty enhancement -- as well as skin rejuvenation, which includes filler treatments, Botox, and laser resurfacing.

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