Ira L. Savetsky, MD

Dr. Ira Savetsky completed a highly competitive six year Plastic & Reconstructive surgery training program at the world-renowned New York University, the #1 plastic surgery training program in the nation, according to Doximity. He served as chief resident in his final year of training.

During his residency, Dr. Savetsky gained extensive experience in both reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery. He has worked closely with the nation’s leading experts in the areas of craniofacial surgery, face transplantation, breast reconstruction, complex microvascular reconstruction, and aesthetic surgery.  He spent an additional two years mid-training completing a highly regarded research fellowship in the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, which is consistently ranked amongst the top two cancer hospitals in the nation by U.S. News and World Reports. Dr. Savetsky has lectured, published, and moderated on these topics extensively and has been recognized for his dedication to plastic surgery with numerous prestigious awards, including the Snyder Award for best paper at the Plastic Surgery Research Council annual meeting and the Aesthetic Surgery Education & Research Foundation Grant.

Yash Avashia, MD

Dr. Avashia comes to Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute after completing his plastic & reconstructive surgery training at the prestigious Duke University Medical Center.

While at Duke, Dr. Avashia received extensive training in all aspects of plastic surgery with a particular focus in reconstructive and aesthetic surgery of the face and breast. He has worked closely with leaders in reconstructive microsurgery and craniomaxillofacial surgery performing challenging operations to reconstruct defects that encompass congenital or acquired oncologic and traumatic deformities. In 2018, Dr. Avashia was privileged to serve on the surgical team that performed the first abdominal wall transplant in North Carolina.

Dr. Avashia spends a significant amount of his time engaging in academic activities in the field of plastic surgery. His research spans a wide breath of topics in plastic surgery with a focus in rhinoplasty for which he most recently received the Rollin Daniels Resident Award. He most recently served as Chief Resident at Duke and was awarded the Georgiade Teaching Award for his exemplary role in mentoring residents and medical students.

Dr. Avashia’s primary focus is aesthetic surgery of the face, breast, and body. To achieve the best possible results for his patients, he also offers the full breadth of non-surgical procedures. He values quality, patient care and strives to provide each patient with a personalized experience. Dr. Avashia lives with his wife, Niki, in the Dallas area. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, and being outdoors hiking or playing tennis.