Dr. Jones has been featured in numerous press articles covering his prestigious work and is known as The People’s Plastic Surgeon in Atlanta. He has also contributed to many scientific publications on the subject of plastic surgery, creating further insight and advancement into this field.
Check out the articles and scientific publications below!
"Lack of sleep causes serious health problems like high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and visceral fat. Studies have shown that a lack of sleep increases your fat gain. So by going to bed early and getting enough sleep can lower your visceral fat levels."- Dr. Nicholas Jones, MD, FACS Plastic & Reconstructive SurgeonRead Full Article
"An easy way to tell if you have visceral fat is to suck your stomach in, if your stomach is still bulging out, you more than likely have visceral fat. Another easy test is to measure your waist size. If the circumference is over 35" (women) or 40" (men) you probably have a significant amount of visceral fat. There really isn't a good way of measuring the amount of visceral fat without an imaging study (i.e. – CT scan or MRI)."- Dr. Nicholas Jones, MD, FACS Plastic & Reconstructive SurgeonRead Full Article
We cover everything, including the how, when and why to surgically remove keloids, what exactly a mommy makeover entails (plus how much $ it costs!), and common liposuction myths and misconceptions.Listen To Podcast
Dr. Nip & Tuck breaks down the mystery and the questions that you wanted answered about plastic surgeons and calms your fears about getting the work done.Listen To Podcast
Many thoughts pass through the mind of someone who has just had surgery. They may be anxious or fearful about the future and uncertain about what may happen next.Read Full Article
“I want my patients to have a unique experience where they don’t feel like just a number or like they’re spending more cash into another practice. I want them to feel like ‘hey, we care about you and we’re only going to operate on you if we feel like we can deliver you the results you want and we can do it safely.” - Dr. JonesRead Full Article
BY ALEXANDRA SPIRER | AUGUST 27, 2020
"Do what’s right, what you do today will have an impact on the world tomorrow." - Dr. JonesRead Full Article
"I typically perform cosmetic surgeries. The most common are BBLs (brazilian buttlifts), liposuction, breast augmentations, breast lifts, tummy tucks (abdominoplasties). Between cases, the time goes by quickly. There are lots of things to get done." - Dr. JonesRead Full Article
JULY / AUGUST, 2020
“Black representation in plastic surgery matters to me because there are disparities across every American institution, and medicine is not an exception. We need more Black plastic surgeons to help mitigate these implicit racial biases that have led to mistrust, mistreatment, higher morbidity and mortality in the African-American community” - Nicholas Jones, MD AtlantaRead Full Article
BY LISA HEDGES | AUGUST 14, 2020
“In regards to safety, all patients and employees are screened and have temperature checks prior to coming in. We advise all patients to wear masks, but if they do not have one, we will provide one. For all my surgical patients, we test them for COVID-19. Once they are confirmed to be negative, we can proceed with surgery.” - Dr. JonesRead Full Article
BY ILANA KOWARSKI | JULY 16, 2020
“A career in medicine is a lifelong commitment and you do it because you genuinely care about people.” - Dr. JonesRead Full Article
BY NICHOLAS JONES
We describe a novel surgical technique to enhance the aesthetics of the midface by creating malar dimples. Dimples are the natural cheek indentations that become more apparent with facial animation.Read Full Article
BY NICHOLAS JONES | MAY 12, 2020
In recent years, the venous flap has been highly regarded in microsurgical and reconstructive surgeries, especially in the reconstruction of hand and digit injuries. It is easily designed and harvested with good quality.Read Full Article
In this study, the feasibility of Integra acellular collagen used as a vascular carrier in skin flap prefabrication was examined. In all, 20 Sprague--Dawley rats were randomly divided into 3 groups.Read Full Article
BY BETH BRAVERMAN | JUNE 10, 2020
Dr. Jones still makes some money via a wound care job at a local nursing home, but he’s concerned that job may also be eliminated. “I’m not hurting yet,” he said. “But I’m preparing for the worst possible scenario.”Read Full Article
BY BETH BRAVERMAN | MAY 27, 2020
Even before Atlanta had an official shelter-in-place order, patients at Dr Nicholas Jones' private plastic surgery practice began canceling and rescheduled planned procedures. After a few weeks, Jones, 40, stopped seeing patients entirely, but as a self-employed independent contractor, that means he's lost most of his income.Read Full Article
JUNE 15, 2020
"Physicians are so focused on learning how to operate and take care of patients that we don’t spend time doing anything but that," says Jones. "If you do pick up those skills, it’s because you actually sought them out on your own." - Dr. JonesRead Full Article
“Dr. Jones has advanced training in microsurgery from the University of Mississippi Medical Center. He also did a clerkship with Dr. Marcelo Araujo, a world-renowned cosmetic surgeon in Sao Paulo, Brazil. His philosophy is to provide high quality aesthetic and functional results while maintaining the highest level of professionalism and uncompromising safety and comfort.”Read Full Article
BY JENNIFER LARSON | FEBRUARY 18, 2020
“Just put yourself in your patient’s shoes. How would you like to be treated? Remembering that the patients are in a very vulnerable position.” - Dr. JonesRead Full Article
BY JENNIFER LARSON | DECEMBER 12, 2019
“Gifts for the office and staff are much more acceptable, but when patients make it too personal, you are opening the door up for trouble.” - Nicholas JonesRead Full Article
BY CANDICE GEORGIADIS | MARCH 10, 2020
“Body contouring has evolved over the years along with technology. Body contouring has been refined and we can now literally create the body that we want.” - Dr. JonesRead Full Article
BY JAKE AGNEW | FEBRUARY 14, 2020
“I recommend avoiding the sun and using sunscreen to protect the incision from the UV rays that may cause discoloration of the wound and the surrounding skin,” - Dr. Nicholas JonesRead Full Article
MAY 15, 2019
“I pride myself on providing the best possible care and service. I want all of my patients to feel comfortable and to know that I am there for them every step of the way from preop to postop.” - Dr. JonesRead Full Article
“His philosophy is to provide high quality aesthetic and functional results while maintaining the highest level of professionalism and uncompromising safety and comfort.”Read Full Article
JANUARY 25, 2008
Kidney transplantation is complicated in patients who have femoral arteriovenous (AV) grafts for hemodialysis access because these grafts alter the flow dynamics at the iliac vessels.Read Full Article
BOSS UP MAGAZINE
“I always knew I wanted to be a plastic surgeon, but it did not become my passion until I realized how impactful plastic surgery was as a specialty. Plastic surgery is much more than “boob jobs” and “facelifts.” It’s the only specialty that I know of in which you can operate on any part of the body, take a deformity and restore function and form. I became passionate about plastic surgery through my care for breast cancer patients.” - Dr. JonesRead Full Article
As a child, my mother and my pediatrician always told me that I was going to be a doctor. I heard it so much that eventually, I started to believe it myself! I grew up in a home full of love and support and full of GOD. If it was not for the confidence my parents instilled in me, I do not believe I would be a doctor. I remember telling one of my high school coaches I was going to be a doctor. Laughing and in disbelief, he said, "Peanut... A doctor? Why don't you learn a trade or something?"
FEBRUARY 28, 2008
As part of black history month events at VCOM-Auburn, a minority physician panel discussion was held Friday, Feb 16 in the VCOM-Auburn multipuroose room. A group of six physicians answered student questions, discussed the challenges they faced as a minority and also offered some outstanding career advice.
TANISHA DAVIS | NOVEMBER 18, 2019
Dr. Nicholas Jones MD, a native of New Orleans, Louisiana known as “Dr. Nip & Tuck” is a double-board certified plastic surgeon certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery specializing in both aesthetic and reconstructive surgery.Read Full Article
Feel free to choose any type of material that interests you, be it fiction or nonfiction. You might also consider reading physician-authored books that can help you further understand your future profession. Dr. Peter Bailey, family physician and expert contributor for Test Prep Insight, recommends one of his preferred books to read before medical school.
Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act guarantees that health insurance must cover breast reconstruction in connection with mastectomy/lumpectomy whether done immediately or years later, Jones said.
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3280 Howell Mill Road NW Suite 200, Atlanta, GA 30327