Dr. William Welsh
Board Certified in Plastic Surgery, Otolaryngology, and Head & Neck Surgery
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Dr. William Welsh brings his expertise to Complete Laser Clinic & Cosmetic Surgery Center. He is board certified in Plastic Surgery (Boston University) and Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery (Medical College of Georgia.) He is a member of The American Society of Plastic Surgery and an early pioneer of the use of Platelet Rich Plasma in cosmetic surgery procedures.
In 2000 Dr. Welsh received the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery’s Award for Excellence in Cosmetic Surgery for his research in the use of Autologous Platelet Gel – now called Platelet Rich Plasma.
In 2007, he received the prestigious and rarely granted Lamartine Hardman Cup for “Contributions to the Science of Medicine” from the Medical Association of Georgia. In the same year, he was awarded a $20,000 grant from the Plastic Surgery Foundation for his mission work abroad.
In 2008, Dr. Welsh was honored with the Alpha Omega Alpha Clinical Faculty of the Year Award as an Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery at the Medical College of Georgia.
From 2011 to 2013 Dr. Welsh served as President of the Georgia Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Since 2013, Dr. Welsh has concentrated on Cosmetic Surgery in Tampa, Florida and now joins Complete Laser Clinic & Cosmetic Surgery Center where he can continue to strive for excellent results and patient care.
Since 1982 Dr. Welsh has been granted medical privileges by the Honduran government, where he has had a medical relationship for more than 30 years treating cleft lip and palate, burns and hand injuries, and other deformities of the Honduran people.
Dr. Welsh has six children and 17 grandchildren, he paints oil and water color, was an avid Rugby player, is a pilot and travels with his wife Lynn at every opportunity.
Languages Spoken: French & Spanish
“Cosmetic Dermatology” – Autologous Platelet Gel – Clinical Function and Usage in Plastic Surgery
Before & After Pictures from Dr. Welsh
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