Happy, confident patients are Dr. Casey Anderson’s mission as a plastic surgeon. He provides natural results by combining his artistic eye with meticulous attention to detail. This is accomplished through his many years of devotion to honing his skills in all aspects of plastic surgery with a specific interest in cosmetic surgery.
Dr. Anderson is passionate about providing individualized, patient-focused results and employing state of the art techniques to help ensure safe and effective procedures.
Dr. Anderson’s Educational Journey
Dr. Anderson grew up in Kansas. He was awarded the top scholarship to attend Kansas State University where he studied Biology with an emphasis in Pre-Med. Dr. Anderson graduated with highest honors (Summa Cum Laude) and a perfect 4.0 GPA. He then moved to Texas to attend the McGovern Medical School at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston in the Texas Medical Center - the largest medical center in the world.
Wanting to become the most well rounded surgeon possible, he then went on to complete a General Surgery residency in the Texas Medical Center. This training provided exposure to technically demanding and complex reconstructive plastic surgery at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, the top nationally ranked cancer center, and Memorial Herman Texas Medical Center, the nation’s busiest trauma center.
Dr. Anderson was then selected to complete his intensive plastic surgery training at the rigorous University of Tennessee Health Science Center. He spent these years learning all aspects of plastic surgery from leaders in the field.
A highlight was the time spent at the world renowned St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital performing complex craniofacial reconstruction and facial nerve reanimation for pediatric cancer patients. These experiences of working with children from all over the world humbled and helped Dr. Anderson further appreciate the care and artistry of plastic surgery.
His final years of training were focused on the most up-to-date and advanced techniques of cosmetic surgery. During this time, he honed his skills for both surgical and non-surgical techniques, including injectables, and surgery of the face, breasts and body. He was consistently recognized for his superior surgical skills and technique. His talent was appreciated at such a high level that he personally performed procedures on several of his mentors.
Life Beyond the Office
While his goal is taking the time to have happy and confident patients, Dr. Anderson is family focused outside the office. He enjoys spending time with his wife, Danielle, exploring the restaurants of Dallas and trying new workout classes.
Dr. Anderson is proud to become a member of the North Texas Plastic Surgery team. If you are looking for an experienced plastic surgeon in Dallas or a surrounding area of Texas, please call 817-416-8080 to schedule a consultation today.
Dr. Anderson’s Education
- Plastic surgery fellowship - University of Tennessee Health Science Center. July 2017 - June 2020
- General surgery residency - McGovern Medical School, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. June 2012 - June 2017
- McGovern Medical School, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Doctor of Medicine. 2008-2012
- Kansas State University. Bachelor of Arts – Biology. Summa Cum Laude, 4.0 GPA
Dr. Anderson’s Licensure & Certifications
- Texas State Medical License - Unrestricted full license. July 2019 – current
- Tennessee State Medical License - Unrestricted full license. October 2017 – current
- Diplomat American Board of Surgery. March 2018 - March 2028
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support
- Basic Life Support
- Advanced Trauma Life Support
- Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery
Dr. Anderson’s Publications, Presentations, Honors, and Research
Peer Reviewed Manuscripts:
- Anderson CL, Hamidian-Jahromi A, Konofaos P. “Facial Fat Grafting in the Pediatric Craniofacial Patient.” Annals of Plastic Surgery. 2020 Feb 11. Epub ahead of print
- Robinson K, Bhandari L, Anderson CL, Konofaos, P. “Letter: Vascular and Nerve Relations of the Marginal Mandibular Nerve of the Face: Anatomy and Clinical Relevance.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 2020 Feb; 145(2):460e-461e
- Hamidian-Jahromi A, Bhandari L, Anderson CL, Puente-Espel J, Konofoas, P. “Letter: Facial Contour Asymmetry Outcomes after Site Specific Facial Fat Compartment Augmentation with Fat Grafting in Facial Deformities.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 2020 Jan; 145(1):205e-206e
- Greives MR, Anderson CL, Dean RA, Scerbo ML, Doringo IL, Bebbington MW, Teichgraeber J. “Survey of Parent Experiences in Prenatal Visits for Infants with Cleft Lip and Palate.” Cleft Palate Craniofac J. 2017 Nov;54(6):668-673
- Ikoma N, Anderson CL, Ohanian M, Juneja HS, MacFadyen BV, Shah SK, Bajwa KS. “Portal Vein Thrombosis after Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy.” Journal of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons 2014 Jan-Mar; 18(1): 125-7
- Greives MR, Anderson CL, Dean RA, Scerbo ML, Doringo IL, Bebbington MW, Teichgraeber JF. Survey of Parent Experiences in Prenatal Visits for Infants with Cleft Lip and Palate. American Cleft Palate Association Meeting, Atlanta, GA. April 2016
- Anderson CL, Doringo LI, Teichgraeber J, Greives MR. Survey of Parent Experiences in Prenatal Visit for Infants with Cleft lip and Palate. Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons, San Antonio, TX September 2015
- Dean R, Anderson CL, Doringo IL, Teichgraeber J, Greives MR. Assessing the burden of care in the cleft lip and palate patient: factors influencing success and failure in nasoalveolar molding. Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons, San Antonio, TX September 2015
- Anderson CL, Jafri AH, Escamilla RJ, Blackwell SC, Doyle PD, Tsai FW, Kao LS. Operative Near Misses – In the Eye of the Beholder? (Academic Surgical Congress 2011) Journal of Surgical Research 2011; 165: 332
- “Fat Grafting to the Breast” Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds, University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Memphis, TN, November 2017.
- “Breast Reconstruction after Mastectomy” General Surgery Grand Rounds, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, McGovern Medical School. Houston, TX, January 2017
- “Survey of Parent Experiences in Prenatal Visits for Infants with Cleft Lip and Palate.” Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX, September 2015
- “Tourniquets Then and Now – In the Prehospital Setting” Combined Trauma, Vascular, Cardiothoracic Grand Rounds, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, McGovern Medical School. Houston, TX, August 2015
- “Near Misses – in the Eye of the Beholder” Academic Surgical Congress. Huntington Beach, CA, February 2011
- “Assessing Burden of Care in the Cleft Lip and Palate Patient: Factors Influencing Success and Failure of Nasoalveolar Molding.” Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX, September 2015
- “Near Misses – in the Eye of the Beholder” American College of Surgeons – Clinical Congress. San Francisco, CA, October 2011
- Travers SE, Tang Z, Caragea D, Garrett KA, Hulbert SH, Leach JE, Bai J, Saleh A, Knapp AK, Fay PA, Nippert J, Schnable PS, Smith MD. “Variation in Gene Expression of Andropogon gerardii in Response to Altered Environmental Conditions Associated with Climate Change.” Journal of Ecology 2010, 98, 374–383
Honors & Awards
- 2020 Aesthetic Surgery Education and Research Foundation and The Residents and Fellows Work Group Resident Travel Scholarship
- 2019-2020 Administrative Chief Resident, Plastic Surgery
- 2009 Summer Research Grant, Department of General Surgery, University of Texas Medical School at Houston
- 2004-2008 Dean’s List, College of Arts and Sciences, Kansas State University, 8 semesters
- 2007 Most Promising Student Award, Kansas State University, Division of Biology
- 2014-2016 Research Resident, Department of Pediatric Surgery, Division of Plastic and Craniofacial Surgery, University of Texas Medical School at Houston
- 2009-2011 Medical Student Researcher, Department of Surgery, University of Texas Medical School at Houston
- 2009-2010 Medical Student Researcher, “Resuscitation Before and After Placement of VAT (V.A.C. Abdominal Dressing System) Therapy in a Swine Model of Abdominal Compartment Syndrome”. Department of Pediatric Surgery, University of Texas Medical School at Houston
- 2007-2008 Undergraduate Research Assistant, Department of Plant Pathology, Kansas State University