Dr. J. Dan Metcalf has been a fellow of the American 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 the society.
Dr. Metcalf is single and has 2 grown children. He completed his undergraduate studies at Oklahoma State University where he was an All-American cross-country runner. 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.
Dr. Metcalf has a background in family practice and general surgery. He has performed cosmetic breast surgery for over 45 years specializing in the axillary approach since 1987. For the past 15 years, he has limited his practice to cosmetic and reconstructive breast surgery.
For many women, the result of breast augmentation can be satisfying, even exhilarating, as they learn to appreciate their fuller appearance. Regular examination by your surgeon and routine mammograms for those in the appropriate age groups at prescribed intervals will help assure that any complications, if they occur, can be detected early and treated. Your decision to have breast augmentation is a highly personal one that not everyone will understand. The important thing is how you feel about it. If you've met your goals, then your surgery is a success.
Dr. Metcalf does not view breast augmentation as simply a process of giving his patients "bigger" breasts. Rather, he sees it as an opportunity to enhance their natural beauty, providing balance between their breasts and the rest of their bodies. As a result, many of his patients have emerged feeling not only more attractive and feminine, but also more complete and "at-home" in their bodies.Learn More