- Residency - New York University School of Medicine (2005-2008), General Surgery
- Residency - New York University School of Medicine (2008-2010), Plastic Surgery
- Residency - New York University School of Medicine (2010-2011), Chief Resident
- Fellowship - University of Pennsylvania (2011-2012), Hand & Microsurgery
- Medical School - UTMB at Galveston (2001-2005)
Nicholas Haddock, M.D.
- Plastic Surgery
- Breast Reconstruction After Cancer
- Breast Surgery
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Nicholas Haddock, M.D., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Plastic Surgery and the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at UT Southwestern Medical Center. He specializes in breast reconstruction surgery after cancer, aesthetic breast and body procedures, surgical and nonsurgical facial aesthetic treatments, microsurgery, and extremity reconstruction.
Dr. Haddock completed an undergraduate degree in finance at the University of Texas in Austin and earned his medical degree at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. He completed a residency in plastic surgery at the Institute of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at New York University Langone Medical Center, where he was elected Executive Chief Resident his final year.
He received advanced training through a hand and microsurgery fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania, gaining further experience in extremity reconstruction, complex microsurgery, and breast reconstruction.
At UT Southwestern, Dr. Haddock participates in extensive outcomes research. His two main goals are to achieve high patient satisfaction and overall excellent results. A renowned breast reconstruction surgeon, he has led research studies on microsurgery and breast reconstruction, including the sentinel works describing the PAP flap procedure.
Dr. Haddock has published numerous papers and chapters on plastic surgery, breast reconstruction, microsurgery, and cosmetic surgery. His research has appeared in publications such as: Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery; Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery; Annals of Plastic Surgery; Journal of Hand Surgery; and The Breast Journal. He has been invited to present his work at medical meetings around the globe and has been featured on multiple news outlets (including Fox, NBC, and NPR). Dr. Haddock routinely receives local and regional awards voted on by his peers.
In 2018, he was named a Super Doctor by Texas Monthly.
Meet Dr. Haddock
Plastic surgeon in Dallas
Nicholas Haddock, M.D., is an Associate Professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center with appointments in the Department of Plastic Surgery and the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. He is experienced in all aspects of both cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery. His areas of expertise include breast reconstruction, aesthetic breast and body procedures, surgical and nonsurgical facial aesthetic treatments, microsurgery, and extremity reconstruction.
"As a plastic surgeon, I’m able to help a wide variety of people, whether someone is interested in looking more youthful or needs reconstructive procedures. It’s the perfect blend of science, creativity, and problem solving,” says Dr. Haddock.
He has a vast skill set that allows him the ability to offer his patients the full spectrum of options in breast reconstruction. He has special expertise in the profunda artery perforator flap, or PAP flap, which involves using tissue from the patient’s own thigh to reconstruct the breast. Women with breast cancer who have had previous abdominal surgery or who do not have enough abdominal tissue are prime candidates for this type of surgery. In addition to the PAP flap, Dr. Haddock provides all other types of breast reconstruction, including the DIEP flap and implant-based reconstruction. He has performed thousands of breast reconstruction procedures and is universally considered an expert by his peers.
Dr. Haddock is a perfectionist and approaches all his patients with an aesthetic eye. This is seen in his cosmetic surgery practice as well as his breast reconstruction practice.
“My commitment is to high patient satisfaction. I strive to provide alternatives that truly benefit my patients,” he says. “My job is to do whatever it takes to ensure that my patients have a positive experience and are receiving great care for their long-term health.”
Education & Training
Honors & Awards
- D Magazine Best Doctor 2020-2022
- F. William Bora, Jr. Award 2012, Excellence in Upper Extremity Surgery
- First Place Research Paper, New York Regional Society of Plastic Surgeons 2011
- Blair Rogers Clinical Research Award 2011
Books & Publications
Less is more: VRAM inset modification in glossectomy reconstruction.
Haddock NT, DeLacure MD, Saadeh PB Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2008 Aug 122 2 70e-2e
Functional reconstruction of glossectomy defects: the vertical rectus abdominus myocutaneous neotongue.
Haddock NT, DeLacure MD, Saadeh PB Journal of reconstructive microsurgery 2008 Jul 24 5 343-50
The tear trough and lid/cheek junction: anatomy and implications for surgical correction.
Haddock NT, Saadeh PB, Boutros S, Thorne CH Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2009 Apr 123 4 1332-40; discussion 1341-2
Thumb metacarpophalangeal joint ulnar collateral ligament repair with condylar shaving.
Haddock NT, Beasley RW, Sharma S Techniques in hand & upper extremity surgery 2009 Dec 13 4 199-201
The lower-extremity Allen test.
Haddock NT, Garfein ES, Saadeh PB, Levine JP Journal of reconstructive microsurgery 2009 Sep 25 7 399-403
Microsurgery trainer with quantitative feedback: a novel training tool for microvascular anastomosis and suggested training exercise.
Kligman BE, Haddock NT, Garfein ES, Levine JP Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2010 Dec 126 6 328e-330e
Lower extremity arterial injury patterns and reconstructive outcomes in patients with severe lower extremity trauma: a 26-year review.
Haddock NT, Weichman KE, Reformat DD, Kligman BE, Levine JP, Saadeh PB Journal of the American College of Surgeons 2010 Jan 210 1 66-72
Breast reconstruction with implants, tissue expanders and AlloDerm: predicting volume and maximizing the skin envelope in skin sparing mastectomies.
Haddock N, Levine J The breast journal 2010 Jan-Feb 16 1 14-9
Perforator vessel recipient options in the lower extremity: an anatomically based approach to safer limb salvage.
Haddock N, Garfein ES, Reformat D, Hecht E, Levine J, Saadeh P Journal of reconstructive microsurgery 2010 Sep 26 7 461-9
More consistent postoperative care and monitoring can reduce costs following microvascular free flap reconstruction.
Haddock NT, Gobble RM, Levine JP Journal of reconstructive microsurgery 2010 Sep 26 7 435-9
Deep-plane angle rotation flap for reconstruction of perioral lesions.
Haddock NT, Zide BM Annals of plastic surgery 2011 Dec 67 6 594-6
Microsurgery of the upper extremity.
Lerman OZ, Haddock N, Elliott RM, Foroohar A, Levin LS The Journal of hand surgery 2011 Jun 36 6 1092-103; quiz 1103
Achieving aesthetic results in facial reconstructive microsurgery: planning and executing secondary refinements.
Haddock NT, Saadeh PB, Siebert JW Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2012 Dec 130 6 1236-45
Thrombin and Topical Local Anesthetic for Postoperative Pain Management.
Haddock NT, Weinstein AL, Sinno S, Chiu DT Annals of plastic surgery 2012 Dec
Breast reconstruction with the profunda artery perforator flap.
Allen RJ, Haddock NT, Ahn CY, Sadeghi A Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2012 Jan 129 1 16e-23e
Predicting perforator location on preoperative imaging for the profunda artery perforator flap.
Haddock NT, Greaney P, Otterburn D, Levine S, Allen RJ Microsurgery 2012 Mar
Long-term effect of primary cleft rhinoplasty on secondary cleft rhinoplasty in patients with unilateral cleft lip-cleft palate.
Haddock NT, McRae MH, Cutting CB Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2012 Mar 129 3 740-8
Increasing bony contact and overlap with computer-designed offset cuts in free fibula mandible reconstruction.
Haddock NT, Monaco C, Weimer KA, Hirsch DL, Levine JP, Saadeh PB The Journal of craniofacial surgery 2012 Nov 23 6 1592-5
The crossover composite filet of hand flap and heterotopic thumb replantation: a unique indication.
Haddock NT, Ehrlich DA, Levine JP, Saadeh PB Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2012 Oct 130 4 634e-636e
Reconstruction of a massive thoracic defect: The use of anatomic rib-spanning plates.
Haddock NT, Weichman KE, Saadeh PB Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic surgery : JPRAS 2012 Sep 65 9 e253-6
Treatment and outcomes of fingertip injuries at a large metropolitan public hospital.
Weichman KE, Wilson SC, Samra F, Reavey P, Sharma S, Haddock NT Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2013 Jan 131 1 107-12
Dupuytren's disease in the Hispanic population: a 10-year retrospective review.
Weinstein AL, Haddock NT, Sharma S Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2011 Dec 128 6 1251-6
- Less is more: VRAM inset modification in glossectomy reconstruction.
- Breast Reconstruction After Cancer
- Breast Surgery
- Cosmetic (Aesthetic) Surgery
- Body Contouring
- Cosmetic Facial Surgery
Q&A by Dr. Haddock
Articles by Dr. Haddock
What are the options for breast reconstruction after cancer?
October 30, 2017
2021 Leaders in Clinical Excellence video: Breast Reconstruction Program
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