Dr. McFadden is a proud graduate of Clemson University and obtained his medical education from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. He performed his General Surgery training at East Carolina University and his Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery residency at one of the nation’s finest programs at the University of Wisconsin. Prior to re-entering training as a plastic surgeon, Dr. McFadden proudly served in the United States Air Force for four years as a General Surgeon. He most recently graduated with his Masters of Business Administration, summa cum laude from Clemson in August 2016. He is also a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgery.
Dr. McFadden believes that getting to know his patients personally is an important part of understanding their aesthetic needs. At Advanced Cosmetic Surgery, all of our staff wants to take care of you as our family. 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.
In his free time, Dr. McFadden enjoys exploring the sights and sounds of Greenville and spending time with his family. He enjoys all sports, especially Clemson sporting events, plays tennis, golf, runs and cycles. He is married to his wife Kimberly McFadden, and has two wonderful children, Caroline and Thomas, of whom he is very proud. They look forward to building their practice to better serve metro Greenville and the surrounding community.
Plastic Surgery Associates
Chief Resident - Plastic Surgery
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
Junior Resident - Plastic Surgery
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
Chief Resident - General Surgery
East Carolina University School of Medicine,
Junior Resident - General Surgery
East Carolina University School of Medicine,
Transplant Research Fellow
East Carolina University School of Medicine
Department of Surgery
Division of Transplantation and Immunology
Internship - General Surgery
U.S. Air Force Medical Center Keesler
Keesler Air Force Base, MS
University of South Carolina School of Medicine
University of South Carolina School of Medicine,
Columbia, South Carolina
Doctor of Medicine
Clemson University, Masters of Business Administration, summa cum laude
Clemson, South Carolina
Clemson University, Bachelor of Science, zoology, cum laude
Clemson, South Carolina
Duke University, Computer Science curriculum,
Durham, North Carolina
Morristown, New Jersey
High School diploma, high honors
National Board of Medical Examiners
Dr. McFadden raising money for the Alzheimer's Association on the Ride to Remember, a 3 day, 253 mile ride from Simpsonville to Charleston. He is crossing the Cooper River Bridge into Mount Pleasant. Dr. French up front and Dr. McFadden in the back at mile 99 of 100 on day 3.
South Carolina #22366
Legislative Advocacy Committee, American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Annual Scientific Meeting, Scientific Abstract/Paper Committee Review Member
Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Nominating Committee to the Board of Directors
American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Member
American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Candidate
Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Member
Past President, South Carolina Society of Plastic Surgeons
South Carolina Society of Plastic Surgeons, Member
American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Candidate
American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Resident Affiliate
American College of Surgeons, Fellow
American College of Surgeons, Candidate/Associate Fellow
Society of Air Force Clinical Surgeons, Member
Affiliate Associate Professor of Surgery
Clinical Investigator, TC McFadden, MD, Christopher J. Panucci, MD MS, Patrick L. Reavey, MD MS, Susan Kaweski, MD FACS, Jennifer B. Hamill, MPH, Keith M. Hume, MA, Edwin G. Wilkins, MD MS, and Andrea L. Pusic, MD MHS A Randomized Controlled Trial of Skin Care Protocols for Facial Resurfacing: Lessons Learned from the Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation’s Skin Products Assessment Research Study, Plast Reconstr Surg. 2011 Mar; 127(3): 1334–1342.
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
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.
“The Value and Philosophy of a Comprehensive Facial Rejuvenation Approach,” NCSPS and SCPSP Meeting, Belmond Charleston Place, Charleston, SC, November 14th, 2016.
“Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in 2016, Challenges and Opportunities,” Clemson Chapter of the Alpha Epsilon Delta Premed Honor Society, August 29, 2016.
“Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in 2015, Challenges and Opportunities,” Clemson Chapter of the Alpha Epsilon Delta Premed Honor Society, November 10, 2015.
“A Simplified Approach to Preoperative Rhinoplasty Evaluation and Planning” Dibbell Society Meeting, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, June 19, 2010.
“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.
Kimberly Jones, Surgical Technologist, joined the Advanced Cosmetic Surgery team in March of 2008. She is a graduate of Greenville Technical College, where she obtained a degree in Surgical Technology. She has 25 years of experience in surgery, and has been employed with Greenville Hospital System as well as St. Francis Hospital. She is a native of Greenville, and is the proud mother of four children. Her primary goal is to assist Dr. McFadden in giving his patients the best care possible to meet their specific needs.
Abby wears multiple hats as both the operative nurse for all procedures, and as a nurse injector. A graduate of Greenville Technical College, Abby's true passion is caring for patients and helping to put them at ease for their procedures, and making sure our patients feel confident in their post operative care. Abby specializes in laser procedures, filler injectables, and neuromodulator injections and helping her patients to match their outward beauty with their inward beauty. Abby loves spending time with her husband and two children, and enjoys experiencing all that our great city offers.
Lacy Burnett joined the Advanced Cosmetic Surgery team in August of 2011, and brings with her more than 15 years of experience working in medical offices. As practice administrator and patient care coordinator Lacy arranges everything from the initial consultation appointment to recovery appointments after the procedure. Lacy is focused on ensuring your visit to Advanced Cosmetic Surgery exceeds expectations, and she takes great pride in making each patient feel comfortable and confident. She understands that surgery is a big decision for you, and will always be available to answer any questions. In her spare time, Lacy enjoys spending time with her husband and beautiful children and is proud member of New Spring Church.
Kaitlin joined the Advanced Cosmetic Surgery team in the fall of 2015. Kaitlin looks forward to assisting you in scheduling appointments as well as educating and advising you on all the latest products. Her goal is for every patient to leave feeling knowledgable and well cared for after every visit. In her spare time she enjoys being ourdoors with her fiance Nick, her son Braxton, and their two dogs. Kaitlin believes that "how you make others feel about themselves, says a lot about who you are."
Ashley received her a Bachelor and Associates Degree from the University of Texas in Austin, and after falling in love with skincare Ashley earned her Aesthetics License from Esthetics International in Columbia. Ashley has been in the skincare industry since 2003, and she’s been a practicing esthetician since 2008. She specializes in CoolSculpting, Laser Tattoo Removal, chemical peels, make up application, customized facials, spray tanning and body waxing. Her primary goal is building patient confidence and beauty by enhancing and correcting their concerns. When Ashley isn’t out listening to Greenville’s local bands, she spends her time playing at the dog park with her Boxer-mix, Luna. She also loves to travel, and she’s been checking cities off her bucket list since she was a child.
Holland Graduated with her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Clemson University in 2004 and received her Masters of Science in Nursing-Family Nurse Practitioner also from Clemson Univerisy in 2015. Holland enjoys taking the time to sit down with her patients and explaining the wide arrange services she offers from laser treatments to injectables therapies, and believes that every client should leave feeling satisfied, pampered, and with a renewed sense of self image and confidence. When she's serving her patients needs at Advanced Cosmetic Surgery she enjoys running, reading, watching Clemson football, and spending time with her husband and their two children.
With over 10 years of medical management experience, Kim works behind the scenes at Advanced Cosmetic Surgery to keep our practice running smooth. Kim enjoys an active lifestyle and healthy and loves spending time with her husband and their three fur babies Sookie, Sophie, and Maddie.
McKenzie joined the Advanced Cosmetic Surgery team in 2014. She Started as a Front Desk Coordinator and quickly realized her passion for helping patients reach their esthetic goals. After being surrounded by skin care daily and being greatly inspired she decided to enroll in the Southeastern Esthetics Institute, a leading esthetics training facility in Columbia, SC. Graduating at the top of her class, McKenzie is fully ready and capable of meeting your esthetics needs. She hopes that each patient that comes into our office leaves feeling confident and beautiful from the inside out. She prides herself on her service industry experience and enjoys helping others to ensure every patient has a great experience.
Ashley joined the Advanced Cosmetic Surgery team in June of 2016. Her warmth and eagerness to assist with patient care is exuded from the moment you enter the office. She will leave you feeling more confident about yourself from her knowledge and background in Cosmetic Surgery. She is eager to help with any concerns or questions you may have. In her spare time, she enjoys being surrounded with family and friends and loves spending the majority of her life outdoors. Ashley believes that you should judge your success on love, health and peace; "Most of all let love guide your life." Colossians - 3:14
An experienced injector and laser provider hailing from the sunny state of Florida, Jo is excited to join the Upstate community and the Advanced Cosmetic Surgery team. Jo graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and later went on to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Florida State University. In 2010, she graduated from the University of South Florida with her master's degree in Family Health Nursing. She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and the Dermatology Nurses Association. She specializes in providing cosmetic services such as Botox and Fillers, as well as laser services, acne treatments, and thorough skin exams.
Mari joined the ACS team in 2017. With over 10 years in sales & marketing experience, Mari works closely with our business partners from TV, Radio, Print & Digital, planning and executing creative ways to promote our practice. She is an Arizona native but has called Greenville home since 1999. Outside of the office, she considers herself a “Top Chef” in training. She loves to enjoy a home cooked meal with her family & friends. “Memories Over Things” is her family’s motto. Mari & her husband, Randy, love to instill their love of travel & food with their son, Stone. She is always planning their next adventure.
Jessica is a native to Greenville,SC and she has been with Advanced Cosmetic Surgery since September, 2016. She joined our team and immediately fit right in. Jessica has had the opportunity to work and has been trained to just about every capacity in the administrative office. With her history and experience at Advanced Cosmetic Surgery, Jessica assists Dr. McFadden in maintaining a comfortable and smooth running office.
To Start Looking Your Best Today...The Advanced Way