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Michelle Cabret-Carlotti, MD, DDS

Michelle Cabret-Carlotti, MD, DDS is an extremely educated and even more highly regarded Cosmetic Surgeon with a diverse and unique background. Born on an Air Force Base in Puerto Rico to parents that worked for the Department of Defense (DOD), she spent her childhood in a foreign country for 8 1/2 – 9 months out of every year including Japan, Philippines, and the United Kingdom. Her parents felt traveling provided an education in and of itself and she had the fortune of traveling the world- Europe, Asia, and Russia. The highlight of her young life was coming home to Texas and California to visit family. She has vivid memories of driving from Killeen to McAllen to visit family when hours of the drives were tumbleweed. She is beyond thrilled to bring her girls and husband home to Central Texas.

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Albert Carlotti, MD

Dr. Albert Carlotti is a second generation surgeon. Since the age of 14 he wanted to become a craniofacial surgeon to perform complex facial reconstructive surgery. He earned his BA from the University of Vermont, Doctorate of Dental Surgery in Baltimore, Maryland and then attended UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, TX earning his Medial Degree in 1998. While at Parkland Hospital, Dr. Carlotti completed his residency training in Maxillofacial Surgery and then completed a one year fellowship in Cosmetic Surgery. Dr. Carlotti currently specializes in all forms of facial & body Cosmetic Surgery, Orthognathic (Jaw Surgery) and Reconstructive Surgery.

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Aaron Ali, MD

Aaron Ali, MD currently serves as the Director of Anesthesia at Austin Cosmetic Surgery. Dr. Aaron Ali has been practicing as a board certified anesthesiologist in the Austin area for over 14 years. He is currently the CEO of Travis County Anesthesia Association, a private anesthesiology practice providing needed services for the central Texas region</strong

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