Dr. Ashley Howarth is a plastic surgeon in Scottsdale and Paradise Valley, Arizona.
With nine years of surgical training in general and plastic surgery, she is one of Arizona’s top trained plastic surgeons and known for her technical expertise, obsession with detail, and her compassionate care. She specializes in facial, breast, and body surgical and non-surgical procedures. Face procedures include facelift, upper and lower blepharoplasty, and rhinoplasty. Female cosmetic body procedures include mommy makeover, tummy tuck, breast augmentation, and liposuction.
She received the degree of Doctor of Medicine at the University of Louisville School of Medicine where she also received a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. She trained in General Surgery at Texas A&M Baylor Scott & White Hospital and completed her Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery residency at the Mayo Clinic Arizona.
For more information, visit Dr. Howarth’s website.
passion, experience, results
As one of Arizona’s top female plastic surgeons, Dr. Howarth loves empowering her patients and helping them reach their desired goals. With over 30,000 hours of intense surgical training at the Mayo Clinic Arizona and Texas A&M, few surgeons possess Dr. Howarth’s level of academic and clinical expertise. Dr. Howarth helps each of her patients achieve the individualized aesthetic goals that they desire. Her results are beautiful, natural, and focused on each patient’s desired outcomes.
CERTIFICATIONS AND CREDENTIALS
Plastic Surgery Residence
General Surgery Residence
Texas A&M / Baylor Scott & White Memorial Hospital
University of Louisville
Arizona, 2015 – Present
American Society of Plastic Surgeons
University of Louisville School of Medicine
Student Review Committee
Mayo Clinic Arizona
Chief Resident, Plastic Surgery
Mayo Clinic Physician Advisory Board
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP AND SOCIETIES
Arizona Society of Plastic Surgeons
Arizona Medical Association
American Medical Association (AMA)
HONORS AND AWARDS
Second Place – Best Reconstructive Paper
3rd Annual Mountain West Society of Plastic Surgeons Meeting
Work-related physical discomfort in ASCFS and ASMS members: a survey
Best Case – Oncological Flap and Microsurgical Course
Complex Chest Wall Reconstruction . . . Spare Parts Surgery