Dr. Robert Grafton is a Diplomat of the Canadian Board of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He has practiced plastic and reconstructive surgery in Michigan since 1993 and was previously an instructor at Michigan State University – Hurley Medical Center. Dr. Grafton earned his medical degree from the University of Saskatchewan in 1979 after earning a Bachelor’s degree from both the University of British Columbia as well as the University of Saskatchewan.
Dr. Grafton’s post-graduate training includes residencies in General Surgery at Hurley Medical Center in Flint, Michigan and in Plastic Surgery at the Health Science Center in Flint, Michigan and in Plastic Surgery at the Health Sciences Centre at the University of Manitoba. He has also completed two fellowships; one in Microscopic Hand Surgery in Louisville, Kentucky, and one at the Shrine Burn Unit in Boston, Massachusetts.
A dedicated practitioner and advocate of anti-aging medicine Dr. Grafton has completed the A4M Integrative Medical Residency, the Sottopelle® Therapy training for use of pellets in HRT and the CENEGENICS® Age Management Training Program. Dr. Grafton has been practicing Hormone Replacement for over ten years on thousands of patients that have received or contemplated cosmetic surgery.