Deciding to undergo plastic surgery is a big decision. At Kirby Plastic Surgery, we go above and beyond to prioritize your safety and provide exceptional care & beautiful results, every time. Below are just a few of the reasons why patients choose Kirby Plastic Surgery again and again for their aesthetic procedures.
We prioritize your safety
Our goal is to make sure you are well informed and comfortable throughout your plastic surgery journey. We accomplish this through the skill and expertise of our highly trained and fully credentialed medical team, our AAAASF-accredited surgery center, and our in-depth consultation process.
Our Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Emily J. Kirby, has over 10 years of experience in private practice performing plastic surgery. In addition to her role at Kirby Plastic Surgery, Dr. Kirby was the first female Chief of Plastic Surgery at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital, the largest hospital in Fort Worth. Patients travel from all over Texas and beyond for her warm demeanor, exceptional surgical skill, and attention to detail.
Our staff has been hand-picked by Dr. Kirby for their empathetic approach, professional experience, and extensive training. From your initial face-to-face contact with our front desk concierge to working with your patient care coordinator during and after your surgical consultation, our team will help to ensure your experience at Kirby Plastic Surgery is exceptional.
Our surgery center
Dr. Kirby performs plastic surgery procedures in Kirby Plastic Surgery’s City Surgery Center, our private, in-office surgical suite. As an AAAASF-accredited plastic surgery center, City Surgery Center in Fort Worth provides the highest level of safety and licensure attainable for office-based anesthesia. All anesthesia at City Surgery Center is performed by board certified anesthesiologists, providing the safety and convenience of a full-service hospital in the relaxing setting of a gorgeous medical spa.
Your plastic surgery consultation is a critical part of your plastic surgery journey. During your consultation, you will have the chance to openly discuss your goals and concerns with Dr. Kirby and our Patient Care Coordinator. Together, they will make sure you know exactly what to expect from your procedure and help you feel confident moving forward.
We enhance your recovery
In order to provide you with an easy and comfortable recovery experience, Dr. Kirby and her surgical team have established Kirby Plastic Surgery’s Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) protocols. ERAS is a set of research-based protocols used before, during, and after surgery that is proven to help patients recover more quickly and comfortably. These often include a combination of advanced surgical techniques; non-narcotic pain & nausea medications; regional blocks, such as the Transversus Abdominis Plane (TAP) nerve block; dietary recommendations; and more.
The following resources can help you learn more about your desired procedure.
Tips for a safe surgery
Our surgical blog offers a number of tips that can help you prepare for plastic surgery. Below are a few of our most popular posts:
- 7 Things To Tell Your Surgeon Before Having Plastic Surgery
- 10 Questions You Have About Breast Augmentation, Answered by a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
- Is CBD Oil Safe Before/After Plastic Surgery?
Browse our patient gallery
Browsing before and after photos of real Kirby Plastic Surgery patients can help you get an idea of the results you can expect from your procedure. We recommend finding a “before” photo that looks similar to you for the best estimation. Dr. Kirby’s photos are found on our website and in TouchMD using your patient login.
Read real patient reviews
Reading reviews from real plastic surgery patients is a great way to gauge a practice’s professionalism and their surgeon’s level of care & skill. Our patients love Dr. Kirby, our staff, and our facility, and this is reflected in our reviews.
Have questions? Contact our office
We are always happy to answer any questions you may have about your procedure or consultation. Call or TEXT (817) 292-4200, or contact us online.