The Women’s Center for Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery in Dallas ensures women’s individual needs are addressed, while providing superior medical care. Dedication to personal treatment creates a unique environment for women choosing cosmetic surgery. A distinguishing factor of The Women’s Center is their philosophy of “Healthy Beauty“, the healthiest approach possible to a more beautiful you. Dr. Gibby and her staff encourage patients to live a healthy lifestyle, which will contribute to maintaining or even improve their surgical results.
“As a female surgeon and mother myself, I understand that the physical changes women experience throughout young adulthood, pregnancy, motherhood, menopause and beyond, are simply that…CHANGES. While these alterations affect each woman differently, they are often accompanied by an emotional component that adversely affects self-esteem and confidence. The good news is that they can all be dramatically improved with new advances in surgical techniques.
While orchestrating their busy lives women often put others needs before their own. This fact became the motivation for focusing my cosmetic surgery practice exclusively on women and choosing to concentrate solely on body contouring procedures.
Specializing in body contouring has allowed me to not only garner surgical expertise specific to these procedures, but the ability to really listen and understand a woman’s concerns during every phase of her life. This understanding is crucial so that the desired result is achieved.”
~ By Dallas Cosmetic Surgeon Diane Gibby, MD
Dr. Gibby, who specializes in cosmetic breast augmentation surgery and body contouring, even better serves her patients by partnering with Dr. Rod Rohrich, a specialist in cosmetic facial surgery. Dr. Rohrich helped refine the “multiple vector facelift,” which reshapes the face in a more natural manner than in the past.
Simply stated, Dr. Gibby and Dr. Rohrich believe that a patient’s ultimate health and vitality are as intricate of a component to the process of cosmetic surgery, as the procedure itself.