Midwestern plastic surgery has gained a huge amount of attention recently with the birth of the midwestern plastic surgeon.
The US has the largest number of plastic surgeons, according to a 2016 survey of more than 11,000 US plastic surgeons.
The midwest has a very large and diverse population and many of the surgeons who perform surgery there have studied abroad.
One of the first major US plastic surgeries was in Dallas, Texas.
It was the first surgery in the country.
It opened in 1883 and closed in 1894.
The first plastic surgeon in the US, Dr John Hays, was from the Midwestern city of Indianapolis.
Dr Hays opened his own practice in 1884.
He had previously worked as a barber in Indianapolis.
He started the practice of plastic surgery in 1891 and closed it in 1904.
He moved to Houston in 1905 and started a clinic in 1906.
Dr John Hay died in Dallas in 1927.
In Houston, Dr Hay started out performing surgery on children.
He would use his knowledge of the skin to reconstruct the facial features of a child.
In the late 1890s, he began performing surgery for adults.
He was the only surgeon in Houston to have a patient age over 60.
Dr Hay had many female patients, but his female patients tended to be older.
He became known as the “female surgeon”.
In the early 1900s, plastic surgery was one of the major areas of growth in the mid west.
Dr Harriman, a midwestern surgeon, began performing plastic surgery for women in 1902.
The popularity of plastic surgeries in the 1950s and 1960s saw many men move into the practice.
The practice was popular because it offered a good medical education to men.
The surgery became more popular because the women were willing to pay for it.
Plastic surgery in Dallas has now become a major specialty.
The Midwestern Plastic Surgery Association has more than 2,000 members.
The most popular surgeons in the area are the Johns Hopkins University Medical School, which has more doctors than any other medical school, and the University of North Texas Medical School.
The University of Houston Medical School has a total of 1,200 doctors.
Other specialty schools include the University Medical Center of Texas, which is home to the Cleveland Clinic, the University at Buffalo, and North Texas Baptist University.
In 2018, the US Department of Health and Human Services awarded the Midwest Plastic Surgery Society of America $25 million in grants.
The society is part of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.