Dr. Neal R. Reisman is bringing the unmatched standards of aesthetic practice at the Texas Medical Center campus to Bellaire.

The board-certified plastic surgeon and attorney is excited to announce that he has relocated his practice from the largest medical complex in the world, where he has operated since 1981, to 6565 West Loop South, Suite 101. In transitioning to an outpatient facility, Reisman and his trusted team of M.D. anesthesiologists will offer the same specialty care, delivering confidence-boosting results to people of every generation, with a more positive patient experience.

Central to all areas given its accessibility to I-610, the convenient location resolves ever-present issues at the Medical Center, such as additional expenses, traffic congestion and wayfinding. In addition to free parking, patients no longer need to hop on an elevator to find the lobby, and while the first-floor office is sterile, its interior design is anything but. Boasting an open-concept floor plan that accommodates all necessary coronavirus precautions, the space provides a warm and welcoming environment coupled with the latest procedures and technology.

“An office should be a safe, comforting place with areas for consultation, examination and treatments, and open discussions,” said Reisman, who formerly served as chief of plastic surgery at Baylor-St. Luke’s Medical Center and clinical professor of plastic surgery at Baylor College of Medicine. “My hope is that patients feel able to participate in an honest conversation, exploring goals, concerns and treatment options in a private, unrushed setting.”

In practice for over 35 years, Reisman has written and delivered more than 450 journal articles, including a column titled “On Legal Grounds,” and medical meeting presentations around the world on a range of topics, from facial rejuvenation to business management and ethics. He is widely celebrated for pioneering the split-muscle technique for natural breast augmentation and the short-scar mini facelift, benefits of which are a rapid recovery time, minimal bruising, less expense and the ability to make future adjustments in the doctor’s office.

Patient-focused and risk-adverse, Reisman is quick to point out that, in the aesthetic arena, surgery is not a need but a want, and it may not be the answer for everyone. With a less-is-more approach, he remains available – and now, even more accessible – to educate his clients about realistically achievable outcomes and protect them as they traverse life’s twists and turns.