Dr. Mino is more than a surgeon. He is a trusted ally for patients embarking on the journey to improve the functionality and appearance of their breasts and body.
Whether you have come to Southwest Breast & Aesthetics to reclaim your femininity after a devastating breast cancer diagnosis or to enhance the appearance of your breasts for cosmetic purposes, Dr. Matthew Mino will take the time to listen and develop a surgical plan specific to your goals and desires.
As a compassionate surgeon with an elite level of training in aesthetic and reconstructive breast techniques, he will review all your options so that you can select the appropriate course of surgery with absolute confidence. He works hard to deliver the best clinical outcomes for every patient, treating them like family and never rushing the process.
Dr. Mino concluded his four-year medical education at UT Southwestern Medical School in 2009 after completing his undergraduate studies at Rice University.
Over the next ten years, he advanced his general and plastic surgical skills through residencies at top-tier universities in Arizona, Alabama, and Pennsylvania and a research fellowship at the prestigious Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C. Today he is double board certified with both the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
Analyzing the Ophthalmological Exam in Orbital Trauma. Presented at PSRC, Birmingham, AL, Spring 2018.
Dupuytren’s Disease. Presented at UAB Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Grand Rounds, Spring 2016.
Evaluation of External Lumbar Drainage as a Diagnostic Screen in the Treatment of NPH. Presented at the 36th Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society in Waikoloa, HI, February, 2008, Department of Neurological Surgery and Neuropsychology, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX.
Localization of Superantigen Virulence Factors in Kidney Tissue of Animals with Staphylococcus aureus-Infected Burn Wounds. Presented at American Burn Association Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA, April, 2012, Department of Burn Surgery and Critical Care, Washington Hospital Center, D.C.
Lower Extremity Reconstruction. Presented at UAB Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Grand Rounds, Spring 2018.
Lymphatic Surgery: A Review. UAB Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Grand Rounds, Fall 2015.
Molecular, Histological, and Non-Invasive Imaging Assessment of Donor Site Healing Dynamics in a Porcine Model. Presented at American Burn Association Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA, April, 2012, Department of Burn Surgery and Critical Care, Washington Hospital Center, D.C.
Two Techniques for Achieving Primary Wound Closure: Undermining and Imbrication? Is There a Difference in Skin Tension and Perfusion? Presented at Wound Healing Society in Atlanta, GA, April, 2012.
Upper Extremity Compressive Neuropathy. Presented at UAB Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Grand Rounds, Fall 2017.
Use of the Keystone Perforator Flap Closure for the Anterior Lateral Thigh Donor Site. Presented at the American Society of Reconstructive Microsurgery Meeting in Desert Springs, CA. January 2019. University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Your journey to better begins with a consultation at Southwest Breast and Aesthetics. Our plastic surgeons set the standards for plastic surgery through their innovative procedures and meticulous attention to detail. Discover a better experience by booking your consultation at Southwest Breast and Aesthetics today.