Dr. Roger Mixter is a board certified plastic surgeon and has practiced cosmetic surgery in Wisconsin for seventeen years. Originally from Milwaukee, Dr. Mixter is a graduate of Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons. He completed general surgery and plastic surgery residencies at the Mayo Clinic and advanced training in facial reconstruction at the Australian craniofacial unit. Dr. Mixter is a Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery at both the University of Wisconsin and Marquette University. In his academic medical practice, Dr. Mixter has authored more than 50 medical articles and book chapters. His practice focus is cosmetic surgery including: face lifts, eye lifts, breast augmentation, and reduction, abdominoplasty, liposuction, lip augmentation and many other innovative surgical and laser procedures. Dr. Mixter has a large breast reconstructive practice and has sponsored numerous Breast Cancer Awareness programs.
Board Certified by: American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
Dr. Mixter has received advanced training in cutaneous (skin) laser surgery and is medical director of Laser Centers of Wisconsin, a multi-site laser center specializing in cosmetic laser surgery procedures. Plastic Surgery residents go through a laser fellowship under his direction at Laser Centers of Wisconsin. Dr Mixter enjoys his work as medical director of a community volunteer program called Lose the Tattoos - Wisconsin Tattoo Removal Program that removes gang-related tattoos from "at risk" youth in exchange for community service.
Dr. Mixter is a Milwaukee native and resides in Mequon with his wife and two children.
Board of Examiners American Board of Plastic Surgeons
American Board of General Surgery
American Medical Association
Wisconsin Society of Plastic Surgeons
Wisconsin State Medical Society
Director of The F.A.C.E. Foundation
Columbia Hospital, Milwaukee
St. Mary's Ozaukee, Mequon
St. Francis Hospital, Milwaukee
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
University Hospitals & Clinics, Madison
LOSE THE TATTOOS Foundation