About Dr. Yearsley
Dr. Yearsley joined Mid Dakota Clinic in December 2008. He received his undergraduate degree in biological sciences from the University of California at Irvine and his Doctor of Medicine degree from the Rush Medical College in Chicago, IL. He completed his residency in general surgery at the University of Illinois, and his residency in plastic surgery at Providence Hospital in Southfield, MI.

After completing a fellowship in hand surgery and microsurgery at the University of Utah, Dr. Yearsley spent six years as Director of the Institute for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in St. George, UT. He then spent four years with Nevada Plastic Surgery in Las Vegas.

Dr. Yearsley is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS). That means that in addition to graduating from an accredited medical school, he has completed a minimum of five years of residency training in all areas of surgery, with at least two years devoted entirely to plastic surgery.

Dr. Yearsley provides a full range of surgical services, but his time spent providing care to the most demanding of clientele in Las Vegas led him to a special interest in breast augmentation, reduction, lifts, and reconstruction. He also developed a following as a "fixer" of complex cosmetic surgery problems and has patients referred to him from across the country.

Dr. Yearsley has a reputation for really listening to his patients and establishing a trusting doctor-patient relationship through all phases of treatment. He is known for taking the time to help patients become fully informed of the many options in plastic and reconstructive surgery, and having all of their questions answered before proceeding with surgery. Dr. Yearsley's commitment to quality doesn't end when surgery is over. He prides himself in making his patient's final results the best they can be.
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