Briggs E. Cook, Jr., MD is a board-certified eye and facial plastic surgeon with over 15 years experience as a leader in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Cook is the founder and director of Pure Facial Plastic Surgery, a facility that is devoted exclusively to surgical and non-surgical facial enhancement and hair restoration, and is located Huntersville (Lake Norman), North Carolina.
Dr. Cook is dedicated to providing the Charlotte and Lake Norman area with premier cosmetic and reconstructive treatments for facial enhancement and hair restoration. Dr. Cook was one of the pioneers in the Charlotte area for surgical and non-surgical facial enhancement, and he was the first physician in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia to offer the novel ARTAS robotic hair transplantation procedure. Dr. Cook has authored over 50 published medical articles in prominent journals such as The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery, Oculoplastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal, and Mayo Clinic Proceedings, and has contributed chapters to six surgery textbooks. Dr. Cook has been invited to speak about cosmetic and non-cosmetic enhancement procedures at numerous national and international meetings.
Dr. Cook trained at the prestigious Mayo Clinic, and is board-certified by the American Board of Eye and Facial Plastic Surgery and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. He received the Richard C. Webster Award for the Outstanding Paper from the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, and his continued pursuit of excellence in facial enhancement and hair restoration have made him a true leader in the field.
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