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Dr. McFadden

Credentials You Can Trust
Dr. Thomas McFadden and Advanced Cosmetic Surgery is devoted solely to cosmetic surgery and aesthetic procedures.  Fellowship trained under three of the world’s leading cosmetic surgeons, Dr. McFadden’s techniques are the most modern and innovative available and he hasauthored numerous publications on the latest rejuvenation methods. 

All major surgeries are performed in an accredited state-of-the-art operating facility, and all Advanced Cosmetic Surgery staff and anesthesia personnel are certified professionals who dedicate themselves to the highest standard of patient safety and comfort.

Dr. McFadden believes that getting to know his patients personally is an important part of understanding their aesthetic needs.  Your consultation will give you the opportunity to identify the procedures that are right for you and at the same time, foster realistic expectations about the outcome.  Dr. McFadden is passionate about giving patients the results they desire along with the assurance of privacy they need.

EDUCATION


Aesthetics Fellow
Plastic Surgery Associates
Baker/Gordon/Stuzin/Baker Clinic
Miami, FL.
Chief Resident – Plastic Surgery
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
Madison, WI.
Junior Resident – Plastic Surgery
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
Madison, WI.
Chief Resident – General Surgery
East Carolina University School of Medicine,
Greenville, NC.
Junior Resident – General Surgery
East Carolina University School of Medicine,
Greenville, NC.
Transplant Research Fellow
East Carolina University School of Medicine
Department of Surgery
Division of Transplantation and Immunology
Greenville, NC.
Internship – General Surgery
U.S. Air Force Medical Center Keesler
Keesler Air Force Base, MS.

DOCTORAL:
University of South Carolina School of Medicine,
Columbia, South Carolina
Doctor of Medicine.

UNDERGRADUATE:
Clemson University, B.S. zoology, cum laude
Clemson, South Carolina
Duke University, Computer Science curriculum,
Durham, North Carolina
Delbarton School,
Morristown, New Jersey
High School diploma, high honors.

CERTIFICATION:
BOARD:


Diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery Drug Enforcement Agency
Diplomate –
National Board of Medical Examiners
National Board of Medical Examiners Part I National Board of Medical Examiners Part II National Board of Medical Examiners Part III

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PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:


American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Member
Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
South Carolina Society of Plastic Surgeons
American College of Surgeons, Fellow
Society of Air Force Clinical Surgeons
Alpha Epsilon Delta premed honor society

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HONORS & AWARDS:


Dr. McFadden has been awarded
the 2013 Patients’ Choice Award.
Among the select few physicians honored with the prestigious Patients’ Choice Award this year is Dr. Thomas McFadden.
Millions of patients go online each year to rate their doctors on various components of care, including accuracy of their diagnosis, the amount of time they spent with the doctor, and the doctor’s bedside manner and follow-up care. Patients’ Choice reviews these rankings and other quality measures to compile its yearly list of award winners.

Dr. McFadden has been awarded
the 2012 Patients’ Choice Award.
Based on patient ratings in the categories of bedside manner, amount of time spent with them, courtesy of staff, and appropriate follow-up.
Of the nation’s 870,000 active physicians, Only 5 percent were honored with this award in 2012.

“The Rheologic and Patency Benefits of Microsurgical Anastomosis of the Hepatic Artery in Pediatric Split Liver Transplantation” First Place, Microsurgery Section, Plastic Surgery Senior Residents’ Conference, Providence, RI  
Honorable discharge, Major, United States Air Force Reserves, Medical Corps
Meritorious Service Medal, United States Air Force, Barksdale AFB, LA
U.S. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award, 2nd Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
“Reversal of Type II Diabetes Mellitus in Four Animal Models by Pancreatic Islet Transplantation”  Third Place, Residents Competition   Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Chapter, American College of  Surgeons   Myrtle Beach, SC 
Named to the “Trauma Team of the Month,” at the Washington Hospital Center, Washington, D.C
Honorable discharge, Captain, United States Air Force Reserves, Medical Corps
U.S. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award, 81st Training Wing, Keesler AFB, MS
Scholarship, The Presbyterian Church, Basking Ridge, NJ
Special recognition award for tutoring elementary school Mathematics and English at the Epworth Childrens’ Home, Columbia SC
Douglas scholarship, University of South Carolina School of Medicine
Named to the Outstanding Young Men of America
Vice-President, University of South Carolina School of Medicine
U.S. Air Force Commission, Second Lieutenant
U.S. Air Force ROTC scholarship
U.S. Navy ROTC scholarship (declined).

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MEDICAL EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE:


Private Practice in Plastic Surgery, Advanced Cosmetic Surgery, PA, 29 Rocky Slope Road, Greenville, SC  29607
Contributing author and editor, Current Surgery
Clinical Instructor of Surgery, Louisiana State University Medical Center-Shreveport
Chief, General Surgery Clinic, United States Air Force, Barksdale Air Force Base, LA 
Chairman, Tumor Board, 2nd Medical Group, Barksdale Air Force Base, LA 
Staff General Surgeon, United States Air Force, Barksdale Air Force Base, LA 
Research Assistant, Childrens’ Cancer Research Laboratory, University of South Carolina School of Medicine

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PUBLICATIONS:


McFadden TC  Current Concepts in Breast Reconstruction  Vital Signs  Greenville Hospital System Quarterly Medical Journal  Vol 2, No. 3 Fall 2002  p. 11

McFadden TC  Face Facts-Things to Know When Considering Cosmetic Surgery-Focusing on Facelifts  Upstate Women’s Magazine  July 2002  p. 24

McFadden TC, Hoffman MG, Michalko K, Gutowski KA  Appropriate choices in breast reconstruction: part 6 of the 6-part series on current concepts in breast reconstruction   Current Surgery 2001 Nov; 58(6): 532-44

McFadden TC, Hoffman MG, Robinson DA, Gutowski KA.  Silicone breast implants—Are they associated with connective tissue disease?: part 5 of the 6-part series on current concepts in breast reconstruction.   Current Surgery 2001 Sept-Oct, 58(5): 430-436

McFadden TC, Hoffman MG, Robinson DA, Gutowski KA   Alternative flaps as secondary approaches to breast reconstruction: part 4 of the 6-part series on current concepts in breast reconstruction  Current Surgery 2001 Jul-Aug; 58(4):364-75

Snow S, Madjar DD, Hardy S, Bentz M, Lucarelli MJ, Bechard R, Aughenbaugh W, McFadden T, Sharata H, Dudley C, Landeck A
Microcystic adnexal carcinoma: report of 13 cases and review of the literature.  Dermatologic Surgery 2001 Apr 27:401-8

McFadden TC, Robinson DA, Gutowski KA.  Comparison of costs of immediate vs delayed breast reconstruction: part 3 of the 6-part series on current concepts in breast reconstruction.  Current Surgery 2001 May;58(3):270-275.

McFadden TC, Gutowski KA.  Breast reconstruction after breast conservation therapy: part 2 of the 6-part series on current concepts in breast reconstruction.  Current Surgery  2001 Mar;58(2):146-155.

McFadden TC, Gutowski KA.  Benefits of skin-sparing mastectomy: part 1 of the 6-part series on current concepts in breast reconstruction.
Current Surgery  2001 Jan;58(1):32-38.

McFadden T, Bandow G, Warner T, Madjar D, Snow S, Hardy S  Microcystic Adnexal Carcinoma of the Nose-A Case Report and Review of the Literature  Annals of Plastic Surgery  (submitted for publication)

McFadden T   Cholecystitis  EmergencyRoom.Net   Mar 1999

McFadden T   Appendicitis  EmergencyRoom.Net   Oct 1998

McFadden T   (evaluator) Surgical Resident Curriculum, 2nd edition  Published by The Association of Program Directors in Surgery, Arlington, Virgina  1995.

Pittman K, Henretta J, McFadden T, Thomas J, Thomas FT   Prevention of Primary Nonfunction of Xenograft Islets.  Transplantation Proceedings   26(3):1141-2, 1994 June

Henretta J, McFadden T, Pittman K, Thomas J, Thomas F   Six to Eight Month Survival of Discordant Pig Islet Xenografts Documented by Differential Species, Insulin, and C-peptide in Animals Given Short-term Immunosuppression.  Transplantation Proceedings   26(3):1138-9, 1994 June.

Henretta J, Pittman K, McFadden T, Thomas F   Successful Discordant Pancreatic Islet Xenotransplantation by Prevention of Primary Nonfunction Graft Rejection and Autoimmune Disease Recurrence.   Transplantation Proceedings   26(3):1133-4, 1994 June

Thomas F, Pittman K, McFadden T, Haisch C, Peterson R, Thomas J.  Reversal of Type II Diabetes by Pancreas Islet Transplant in Four Animal Models of Type II Diabetes.   Transplantation Proceedings 25(1 Pt 2):992-993, 1993 February.

Pittman K, Thomas F, McFadden T, Haisch C, Thomas J.   Reduction in Primary Nonfunction of Pancreas Islet Transplants With Antithymocyte Globulin Agents, Deoxyspergualin, and Splenectomy.   Transplantation

Proceedings   25 (1 Pt 2):986-7, 1993 February.

Henretta J, Pittman K, McFadden T, Thomas J, Thomas F.   Deoxyspergualin and Rabbit Antithymocyte Globulin Markedly Prolong Discordant Pig Pancreatic Islet Xenografts.  Transplantation Proceedings   25(1 Pt 1):412-3, 1993 February.

Araneda D, DeMasi R, McFadden T, Thomas F.  Effect of Recipient Strain Variation on Cardiac Xenograft Survival.  Transplantation Proceedings  24(2):633-4, 1992 April.

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PRESENTATIONS:


“Minimally Invasive Facelift” and “Cranial Reconstruction” sponsored by the South Carolina Association of Registered Nurses, Upstate Chapter, Easley, SC, March 28, 2005.

“Cranial Reconstruction” sponsored by the South Carolina Association of Registered Nurses, Greenville, SC, March 28, 2005.

“Lasers in Cosmetic Surgery” sponsored by Sciton Corporation, Charlotte, NC,  February 12, 2005.

“Lasers in Cosmetic Surgery” sponsored by Sciton Corporation, Columbia, SC, May 15, 2004.

“Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery of the Face”, Greenville Dental Society, Greenville, SC  May 4, 2004.

“Cosmetic Facial Rejuvenation and Body Contouring”  Womens’ Health Symposium sponsored by the Greenville Hospital System, Greenville, SC  May 17, 2003

“Midfacial Maxillofacial Trauma”  Maxillofacial Trauma Symposium sponsored by Greenville Hospital System/Synthes Maxillofacial, Greenville, SC  November 9, 2002

“The Treatment of Skin Cancer”  Skin Cancer Symposium sponsored by Bon Secours St. Francis Health System, Greenville, SC  June 27, 2002

“Initial Evaluation of Maxillofacial Trauma”  Department of Surgery Trauma Conference, Greenville Hospital System, Greenville Memorial Hospital, Greenville, SC   February 18, 2002

“The Rheologic and Patency Benefits of Microsurgical Anastomosis of the Hepatic Artery in Pediatric Split Liver Transplantation” Plastic Surgery Research Council, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI  April 21, 2001

 “The Rheologic and Patency Benefits of Microsurgical Anastomosis of the Hepatic Artery in Pediatric Split Liver Transplantation” Senior Residents’ Conference, Brown University, Providence, RI  March 29, 2001

“Abdominal Trauma: Primary Management” Second Medical Group, Second Dental Squadron   Barksdale AFB  LA   May 13, 1999

“Gastroesophageal Reflux: Spectrum of Management from Primary Care to the Operating Room”  Second Medical Group, Second Medical Operations Squadron   Barksdale AFB  LA  November 20, 1996

“Abdominal Trauma During the Golden Hour”  Second Medical Group, Second Medical Operations Squadron   Barksdale AFB  LA  November 29, 1995

“Reversal of Type II Diabetes Mellitus in Four Animal Models by Pancreatic Islet Transplantation”   Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Chapter, American College of Surgeons   Myrtle Beach, SC  July 11, 1992.

“Reversal of Type II Diabetes Mellitus in Three Animal Models by Pancreatic Islet Transplantation”  Thirty Fourth Annual University Surgical Residents Conference   Society of University Surgeons   University of Cincinnati College of Medicine  Cincinnati, OH  February 15, 1992.           

“Deoxyspergualin, Antithymocyte Globulin, and Splenectomy Markedly Prolong Discordant Pig Islet Xenografts”   Thirty Fourth Annual University Surgical Residents Conference   Society of University Surgeons   University of Cincinnati College of Medicine   Cincinnati, OH  February 15, 1992.

“Effect of Recipient Strain Variation on Cardiac Xenograft Survival”   First International Congress on Xenotransplantation   University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN  August 25, 1991.

“Reduction of Primary Nonfunction in Discordant Pancreas Islet Xenografts”   First International Congress on Xenotransplantation  University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN  August 25, 1991.

“Reversal of Type II Diabetes in Zucker Rats by Xenogeneic Pancreas Islet Transplantation”   First International Congress on Xenotransplantation   University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN   August 25, 1991.

“Prolonged Survival of Discordant Pancreas Islet Xenografts: A Potential Treatment for Type I Diabetes”   Resident Research Day  East Carolina University School of Medicine, Department of Surgery, Greenville, NC  June 14, 1991

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