Dr. Mark E. Chariker, M.D., FACS
Dr. Scott J. Rapp, M.D.

Female Cosmetic Surgery

If you’re considering cosmetic surgery, chances are you’re the kind of person who’s always striving to be better and do better in every area of your life. You’re always looking for ways to transform good into great, and great into fantastic. And where others are fearful or uncertain, you act with hope and courage.

Aesthetics are important to you—whether it’s how you decorate your home or the way you dress—and you always want to look your best and feel your best.

At the Kentucky Center for Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery, helping you look your best and feel your best is our passion and our calling. We’re ready to listen to your hopes and dreams, then help you explore your options and decide which ones are right for you.

The face and body you present to the world affects every interaction you have with others.

The art of plastic surgery that doesn’t look like plastic surgery.

After their procedures, our patients say that the reactions of their families, friends, and colleagues commonly include “You look so well-rested and alive today!” and “Did you do something with your hair (or clothes, or makeup)? You look great!”

Of all the compliments we receive, those are among the highest, because our guiding principle is that final results of the procedures we perform should look exquisitely natural—like a more perfect version of you.

To achieve that consistently requires a deep understanding of proportion, symmetry, and the sometimes subtle yet noticeable differences between normal and abnormal structures. When our patients tell us that the “distracting part” bothers them, that’s what they’re talking about.

To help you avoid the stigma of the “plastic surgery look,” our recommendations—and your procedures—are always customized to enhance your own face or body, as well as your personal truth, concerns, and longings.