Fellowship Program at BodEvolve Bariatric and Cosmetic Surgery led by Dr. Clayton Frenzel
The American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery offers Fellowship programs in General Cosmetic Surgery. These programs are facilitated through Fellowship directors at accredited sites to give Fellows additional education, training and hands on experience. Dr. Clayton Frenzel is not only fellowship trained, but is also the Fellowship director at BodEvolve.
After residency, many doctors want a more advanced instruction in general cosmetic surgery. Dr. Frenzel in his role as a Fellowship Director shares his experience in the clinical aspects of surgery and also compassionate and effective patient care. The Fellows in the program work alongside Dr. Frenzel from the initial consultation all the way through management of patient care after surgery. They spend countless hours in the operating room assisting on surgical cases. Dr. C feels that having this experience, his fellows will be able to start their own practices with a strong knowledge of patient assessment and treatment and a knowledge of how to set realistic expectations with patients before procedures.
The diverse patient base at BodEvolve gives fellows a very well rounded post-residency experience. BodEolve Bariatric surgery has a strong base of patients who have successfully lost weight with weight loss surgery and hope to finish off their transformation with procedures like arm, thigh or body lifts. We also have patients coming straight into the cosmetic surgery side for breast augmentations, liposuction or tummy tucks. A fellow in this program will be able to work with a wide array of surgery patients and also be able to get additional experience from our Medspa with fillers, Botox and other superficial skin care treatments.
Dr. Frenzel realizes the importance of advanced training in a surgery practice. After completing both fellowships in Bariatrics and Cosmetics, he wanted to give back and be able to share his knowledge with other surgeons who desire that level of experience.
Dr. Elizabeth Hernandez, Fellow 2015-2016