About Teri Burnett, MD
Teri Burnett, MD grew up in Seattle and attended the University of Washington, receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in 1985. She earned her Medical Degree from the University of Alabama School of Medicine in 1992. Her General Surgery Residency training was at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle. She then completed a residency in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.
Dr. Burnett has full privileges at Swedish, Overlake and Virginia Mason Hospitals and is a member of The Washington State Medical Society and the King County Medical Society.
As a plastic surgeon, my first and foremost commitment to you is to be a qualified and skilled Medical Doctor. Beyond that I offer you my artistry, creativity and compassion. These talents and skills help you to realize your vision of a better “you”. Whether your goal is to alter your natural appearance and shape to more closely approach your aesthetic ideal, or to reverse some of the signs of aging, weight changes or pregnancy; we will work together with you to develop an individual treatment plan that’s right for you.
I chose this specialty because of the satisfaction I receive from helping people gain a sense of confidence in their appearance. I enjoy giving patients my personal attention. My reward is seeing them create a positive change in their life. I am continually excited by the constant technological advances in surgical techniques, which allows me to offer more and improved options to my patients.
About Seattle Plastic Surgery Center:
Our modern, state-of-the-art surgical center is conveniently located in downtown Seattle. We designed our facility specifically for cosmetic surgery in accordance with all requirements for Washington State and Medicare Certification.
Our Medical support team is highly trained in the field of Cosmetic Surgery. All anesthesia is provided by Board-Certified Physician Anesthesiologists. We invite you to tour our offices and treatment rooms and meet our staff. Your safety, comfort and convenience are our top priorities.
For all of us, physical appearance plays an important part in our self-esteem, confidence, and outlook on life. If you are considering cosmetic surgery, you’ll have many questions about what to expect and about the risks and benefits. It’s important to me that you have all of the information you need to make the decision that is right for you.
At our initial consultation, we’ll get to know each other. This is the time for me to learn about your desires, your motivations, and your expectations, and for you to learn about the procedure and the recovery process.
If you decide that surgery is right for you, I will personally meet with you both before and after your treatment to make sure that your individual needs are met in a caring and sensitive way. I will listen to your concerns, answer your questions and work with you to develop the appropriate individualized treatment plan for you. I want you to look and feel your best.