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Knoxville Plastic & Craniofacial Surgery

By Jason J. Hall, MD, FACS

Knoxville Plastic & Craniofacial SurgeryNothing in my career as a plastic surgeon is as rewarding as the smile on the face of a patient whose life has been changed for the better as a result of their surgery. The smile of a woman whose appearance has been restored through reconstructive breast surgery, the mother whose child’s lip or palate has been repaired, or a patient whose self-esteem has been boosted thanks to an aesthetic procedure are just a few of the many patients who I get the opportunity to help on a daily basis. Regardless of whether their smile is the result of reconstructive or cosmetic surgery, it serves to reaffirm my passion for what I do everyday.

My father was instrumental in launching the Division of Gynecologic Oncology at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in the late 1970s, and I was (and still am) inspired by the love he had for his patients and his profession. I don’t really remember a time in my life when I did not want to be a surgeon and follow in my father’s footsteps.

The journey to where I am now took me from coast to coast and many points in between. I attended medical school at Wake Forest University in North Carolina, followed by a general surgery residence at Parkland Hospital in Dallas. It was then on to plastic surgery residency at the Texas Medical Center in Houston and finally to California and a craniofacial surgery fellowship at Stanford, which I completed in 2010. After being in practice in Houston for the past few years, my family and I are happy to be back in East Tennessee. My new practice, Knoxville Plastic & Craniofacial Surgery, is in the Park West Plastic Surgery building located at 9239 Park West Boulevard, Suite 202 in Knoxville.

Craniofacial surgery is a subspecialty of plastic surgery you don’t often hear much about. What it means is that I spent an additional year after my plastic surgery training focusing just on surgery of the face – not only the soft tissues, but also the jaws and facial skeleton. At Knoxville Plastic & Craniofacial Surgery, patients will find an extensive array of cosmetic and facial rejuvenation procedures, in addition to complex reconstructive surgery and pediatric plastic surgery, as well as the surgical treatment of chronic headaches (migraines), which is something very few surgeons in the country are able to offer.

Patients at Knoxville Plastic & Craniofacial Surgery will discover a level of compassionate care from our experienced and highly skilled team, as well as a personalized level of attention that is tailored to each individual patient. Unlike most plastic surgery practices, I personally perform each and every procedure in my practice. There is no “one size fits all” treatment that works the same for everyone, whether it is an injectable filler, Botox®, or surgery. Each patient’s anatomy is unique, and your results can be enhanced when a procedure is performed by a physician who is highly trained in all aspects of facial anatomy.

I am also excited to be using a state-of-the-art 3D imaging system (the Canfield Vectra XT) for many of the procedures I perform. This system, which I use in every consultation possible, allows me to view and modify any changes you and I are considering. Whether it is a breast augmentation, a rhinoplasty, or an injectable procedure, you and I can see in three dimensions what these enhancements will look like before committing to anything.

Most of all, my family and I are happy to call East Tennessee home, and we are looking forward to offering patients of the region the state-of-the-art, compassionate care they deserve.

For more information, call me at 865-973-9500 or visit

Knoxville Plastic & Craniofacial Surgery
9239 Park West Blvd, Suite 202
Knoxville, TN 37923

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