Meet Dr. Cortés

Dr. Cortés has invented the wonder breast reduction procedure in an attempt to improve the outcome of breast reduction. “Any competent and well trained plastic surgeon can reduce you breasts, but not everybody can give you the best shape and fullness at the same time,” says Dr. Cortés.

His obssession to accomplish the best results and his attention to details have resulted in a beautiful well-thought technique with unprecedented results.

He is always looking for the best way to accomplish the patients’ goals by having a keen eye, highly developed skills, an open-minded attitude, and a vast knowledge of the most recent techniques in the art of plastic surgery. His main emphasis is on assertive individual attention to diagnose the underlying problem in each patient in order to recommend the best surgical options followed by exquisite patient care. Consequently, when both of these elements are carefully combined, the body is transformed into the rejuvenated divine shape you have longed for.

The time has come for you to rethink your dream and let your hidden natural charm afloat.
1994-1997 Pontifical Catholic University of P.R.
Bachelor’s degree in General Sciences

1997-2001 Ponce School of Medicine Ponce, P.R.
Doctor in Medicine USA accredited medical school

2001-2002 Medical College of Wisconsin
Surgical internship

2004-2005 Medical College of Wisconsin
Research fellow

2001-2007 Medical College of Wisconsin
Plastic Surgery residency

2007- 2008 Hand and Microsurgery Fellowship
Medical College of Wisconsin
1. Stadler JA, Cortés W, Zhang LL, Hanger CC, Gosain AK. Reinvestigation of murine cranial suture biology: Micro-CT versus histology technique. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 118:3, 626, 2006.

2. Cortés W, Gosain AK. Recurrent ectopic calcification involving the maxillofacial skeleton: a potential harbinger of Albright’s osteodystrophy. J. Craniofac. Surg 17(1): 21-7, 2006 Jan.

3. Sanger J, Cortés W, Yan JG. Intraneural ganglion of the suprascapular nerve: Case report. J. Hand. Surg. American Volume. 31(1): 40-4, 2006.

4. Cortés W, Cheng J, Matloub HS. Intraneural perineurioma in a 9-year-old child. J. Hand. Surg. 2005. 30(4): 820.
The retaining ligaments of the neck. The anatomical basis of the youthful neck. Cortés W, Yousif NJ, Sanger J, Ramírez C, Matloub HS. Presented at the 42nd American Association of Plastic Surgeons, Hilton Head, SC, May 6, 2006.

The retaining ligaments of the neck. The anatomical basis of the youthful neck. Cortés W, Yousif NJ, Sanger J, Ramírez C, Matloub HS. Presented at the 39th American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons. Orlando, Fl, April 21, 2006.

Refinements of tissue expansion for pediatric forehead reconstruction. Cortés W, Gosain AK. Presented at the Senior Resident Conference. Pasadena, CA. February 1, 2007.
The retaining ligaments of the neck. The anatomical basis of the youthful neck. Cortés W, Yousif NJ, Sanger J, Ramírez C, Matloub HS. Presented at the Midwest Association of Plastic Surgeons, Springfield, IL, April 30, 2006.

Refinements of tissue expansion for pediatric forehead reconstruction. Cortés W, Gosain AK . Presented at the Michigan Association of Plastic Surgeons, June 17, 2006.

The use of superior-medial pedicle in severe gynecomastia. Cortés W, Larson, DL. Presented at the 43rd Midwest Association of Plastic Surgeons, Chicago, IL, May, 2006.
The retaining ligaments of the neck. The anatomical basis of the youthful neck. Cortés W, Yousif NJ, Sanger J, Ramírez C, Matloub HS. Presented at the Midwest Association of Plastic Surgeons, Springfield, IL, April 30, 2006.

Refinements of tissue expansion for pediatric forehead reconstruction. Cortés W, Gosain AK . Presented at the Michigan Association of Plastic Surgeons, June 17, 2006.

The use of superior-medial pedicle in severe gynecomastia. Cortés W, Larson, DL. Presented at the 43rd Midwest Association of Plastic Surgeons, Chicago, IL, May, 2006.

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