It was very important to me to have a warm and welcoming staff and we really want patients to feel comfortable sort of letting their hair down with us. And we try to treat them like family, of course very professionally but we want them to feel comfortable talking to us about their issues. Everyone in this office is dedicated to helping somebody through the process. McCormack Plastic Surgery wouldn’t be what it is without such a welcoming, warm and knowledgeable staff. That’s my backbone and I’m grateful to have them.
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Dr. Tiffany McCormack talks about the beautiful Reno, Nevada and Lake Tahoe-area location of her cosmetic plastic surgery practice, as well as the innovative virtual consultations she offers prospective patients. View the video.
In this informative video, Dr. Tiffany McCormack discusses her plastic surgery credentials. Reno, Nevada and Lake Tahoe-area patients can take comfort in knowing our cosmetic surgeon is board-certified and highly-trained and experienced.
Dr. Tiffany McCormack gives an overview of her cosmetic plastic surgery practice serving the Reno, Nevada and Lake Tahoe area. View the video from our award-winning, down-to-earth physician.
I can attribute choosing plastic surgery to an episode of 60 minutes that I watched many years ago while thinking about going to medical school. This episode was about Stanford plastic surgeons who were traveling to underserved areas around the world to perform cleft lip and cleft palette repairs. I had never traveled outside of the United States at that time and I thought what a wonderful way to travel and serve others. As it turned out when I was accepted into Stanford for the combined plastic and general surgery residency there was an organization called Interplas that happened to be the same organization that headed up that team that I saw on 60 minutes so many years before and I really felt like everything came full circle at that point. I was able to actually go on mission trips myself and eventually my career fulminated into all the aspects of plastic surgery, not only the reconstructive aspects but cosmetic.