Dr. Tito Vasquez is a board-certified plastic surgeon in Middlebury and is dedicated to education and excellence within the plastic surgery community. Dr. Vasquez is also a leading plastic surgeon in many different prestigious hospitals and has an extensive education from top medical schools in the east coast area. He also completed a tour of duty as a battalion surgeon for the US Marine Corps and then brought excellent patient care to military medical facilities back home in the Middlebury, Connecticut area.
Dr. Vasquez has many years of ensuring his patients achieve their highest aesthetic goals, all with a focus on education and lifestyle as the most important part of the consultation process.
Breast Surgery Procedures
There can be many reasons to pursue a different breast profile, but Dr. Vasquez has many years of experience in helping patients find the right procedure for them. A flattering breast profile can be a major boost in confidence, and these breast procedures are available to the Middlebury area and patients looking to meet their highest aesthetic goals:
Body Surgery Procedures
Plastic and cosmetic surgery of the body can look like many different things, but Dr. Vasquez can suggest a procedure to treat your unique problem areas. Every patient deserves to feel great about their body, and there’s no need to feel like there are no solutions. These body procedures are available to patients in Middlebury looking to rejuvenate their body and create a new, flattering profile:
Face Surgery Procedures
Problem areas of the face can be difficult, especially when it feels like the only answer is covering up. Signs of aging can first appear on the face as well, but Dr. Vasquez can help you take a few years off your profile with the following procedures that are available to patients in Middlebury hoping to put their best face forward:
About Middlebury, Connecticut
Middlebury is a small town in western Connecticut that, like the state’s many other small towns, is rich in history and cultivates the locations that still exist. It’s home to both the Josiah Bronson House, a historic estate from 1738, and the Quassy Amusement Park, which is one of the oldest amusement parks still in operation.