Wilmington Plastic Surgery News & Events

This surgeon does more than transform tissue - he restores hope

Star News Online By Phil Fuhrer There might not be a darker, horizon-less moment than when the diagnosis is cold and unambiguous: You have breast cancer and a mastectomy is recommended. For some, at least, there is Dr. Charles Kays, with his palette, and his promise: “How do you want me to paint your portrait?” he asks his new patients, the ones dealing with the terrifying news. “I am with them...

Lips, Lines, and Lashes

Wilmington Plastic Surgery is in the business of making women feel more beautiful than they thought possible. On November 26, “Lips, Lines, and Lashes” was held. Women were invited to the event to enjoy a makeup consultation and excellent pricing on top-quality beauty products. Shawn Towne, a Jane Iredale Global Educator, was present at the event helping women see their beauty potential. He has been working...

Lunch & Learn: Forever Young

Wilmington Plastic Surgery understands that your body clock is ticking! Fortunately for you, the doctors know just how to reverse the clock. September 18, a “Forever Young Lunch & Learn” event was held so women could learn more about Obagi. Obagi, a world-class skincare line, is designed to minimize the appearance of premature skin aging, skin damage, sun damage, and more. This skincare line is only...

Stouts for Skin Cancer Awareness

Wilmington Plastic Surgery is no stranger to charity. May 31, “Stouts for Skin Cancer Awareness” a fundraiser held at Wrightsville Beach Brewery was held. The event was heavily attended by men, women, and children. This event was popular as there were many raffle prizes, delicious food, and great beer. The best part of the event, the doctors of Wilmington Plastic Surgery were bartending! This was an excellent...

Wilmington Plastic Surgery’s Dr. Morgan Appointed To Cleveland Clinic Adjunct Faculty, and NC School

WILMINGTON, NC– Wilmington Plastic Surgery physician Mark W. Morgan, MD, FACS, has been named Adjunct Professor at the Cleveland Clinic. Currently, he also serves as Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Surgery at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. “I am honored to have the opportunity to serve in these positions,” said Dr. Morgan. “These appointments enable me...