Introduction from the Editor
J. Dan Metcalf has been a fellow of this cosmetic breast society since
1988, having taken and passed all written, oral and practical examinations with
observation of his surgery by peers of the society. He has been a faculty
member since 1989 and has been honored by the society as the surgeon faculty
member who has made the most important and significant contributions to the
education and teaching of other surgeons . He was unanimously nominated
and elected President by the Board of Directors, Fellows and Members of
Metcalf and his wife have 2 children.
He completed his undergraduate studies at Oklahoma State University where
he was an All-American cross-country runner following in the footsteps of his
father, who also ran for the
University. He has competed
in many marathons and continues to train in this sport. He completed medical
school at the University of Oklahoma Medical School and completed his internship
at Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City.
to Cosmetic Breast Surgery
Metcalf has a background in anesthesia, family practice, and general surgery. He
has performed cosmetic breast surgery for 33 years and specialized in the
axillary approach primarily since 1989. For the past four years he has
limited his practice to cosmetic and reconstructive breast surgery.
He has developed the internal mastopexy procedure, which allows for a
breast lift without conventional scars. He
also pioneered such techniques as: Axillary subfascial approach to breast
augmentation; elevation and repair of the inframammary fold without an incision;
repair of synmastia both internally and externally; performing implantation
surgery on patients with Poland's syndrome; the prevention and treatment of
seroma; and the prevention and management of rippling and detect ability
of breast implants. He has consulted with other cosmetic breast surgeons
from all over the world, including the northern and southern hemispheres of
America, Europe, Asia and Australia.
Metcalf has developed many other original techniques for the benefit of breast
implant patients. He is considered at this time to be the world's most
experienced breast implant surgeon, and has shared his knowledge and expertise
with more surgeons of the society through personal observation and instruction
than any other surgeon in the world.
has been a pioneering leader in the Free Surgery program of the society, which
offers reconstruction of the breast to women who have lost their natural breast
due to cancer, or who do not have insurance and otherwise would would not be
able to afford reconstruction of the breast and nipple.
of his grateful patients, who had cosmetic reconstructive surgery, who
could not afford to have it done and was done by Dr. Metcalf without any cost to
her wrote to Dr. Metcalf and the Breast Society, " You not only gave me back my
breast, you gave me back my life."
Dr. Metcalf can be reached at
You may visit Dr. Metcalf's web site at
The office address and phone numbers of Dr.
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12400 St. Andrews Dr.
Oklahoma City, OK 73120
405-751-0042 / 800-525-8054
Dr. Metcalf's office e-mail address is email@example.com
Welcome from J. Dan Metcalf,
President of ASCBS
to the homepage of the American Society of Cosmetic Breast Surgery. This website
is devoted to offering information about what we believe, do, and teach. It will
introduce you to the concepts of compassion, especially for those women who need
cosmetic breast surgery either through loss of a breast due to breast cancer or
lack of natural endowment. You will also learn more about the practice and
ethics of cosmetic breast surgery. On these pages, you will find information
about physicians, people, and organizations that have made a commitment to the
right of every woman to have a natural and attractive result. We want to inspire
you to get involved, too.
The American Society of Cosmetic
Breast Surgery is a unique, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the welfare
of women through cosmetic breast surgery. We believe in working directly with
people wherever they live, in contributing wherever there is a need, and in
working with each person until the job is done. It is only through this spirit
of cooperation and a commitment to work with each other to achieve a
common set of goals that we will reach our ultimate goal of improving the
opportunities of all women to eliminate deformities, have an attractive and
normal-looking chest, and improve the quality of their lives. Our website will
only be as valuable as you make it through your use and participation. We want
to hear from you, and invite your suggestions and proposed needs regarding what
this site can offer to you.
Thanks for visiting us. Please
feel free to read further on the history, purpose, and goals of our society.
Website editor William Roy Morgan, M.D.,F.A.C.S.