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Years of Membership

In Practice Since 1990

About Sutton L. Graham II., MD, FACS

Having performed plastic surgery since 1990 and cosmetic and breast procedures exclusively since 1998, Dr. Sutton Graham has helped thousands of patients achieve their dreams for a more youthful facial appearance, shapelier breasts, and a smoother, firmer body. His distinguished background, surgical talent, and caring demeanor make him an excellent choice for patients in the Spartanburg, Greenville, and Asheville areas who are searching for a surgeon they can trust.

Aesthetic Center Greenville provided comprehensive services for the face, breast and body; surgical, non-surgical, injectable, laser & energy based treatments. We have 4 experienced injectors, 2 estheticians, laser specialist, multiple lasers / Coolsculpting / Cooltone / Endermology and a nationally accredited in-house surgical suite.

Professional Background

Dr. Graham has completed extensive post-graduate training in plastic surgery and has undergone a two-year certification process with the American Board of Plastic Surgery, the only unlimited plastic surgery certification officially sanctioned by the American Board of Medical Specialties. He has active staff privileges and surgical credentials at both major hospitals (Prisma / Greenville Hospital System and Bon Secours St. Francis). He currently serves patients at his independent, nationally accredited surgical facilities, where advanced procedures and treatments are performed in a relaxed, private setting.

Education & Training

Baylor University, BS, Cum Laude
University of Texas, Southwestern Medical School, MD
Surgery Residency, Greenville Hospital System
Plastic Surgery Residency, University of Louisville


Practice, Sutton L. Graham II, MD, FACS

615 Halton Rd
Greenville, SC 29607
United States

Questions Answered

Asked 2015-07-21

Since having my first child 8 years ago I have had a bulge that appears when I contract my abs at the top of my stomach near my ribs, very painful and random at first! Is this Rectus Diastasis? I always thought it was from the c-section, but after seeing and asking so many doctors, even getting a…

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Sutton L. Graham II., MD, FACS
Answered: 2015-09-10
Possibly, so consult a board-certified plastic surgeon for an in-person evaluation. Based upon your description, bulging weakness of the upper abdominal wall mid-line, is probably diastasis rectus. This is unlikely to improve with exercises, and abdominoplasty / tummy tuck is an excellent way to restore mid-line support. Tummy tuck also provides enhanced muscle tone and contour, reduced tummy fat and tighter skin. I would recommend looking at other causes for your pain, since diastasis is usually painless.
Asked 2014-08-22

I am 38 years old and experiencing descent of the cheek pad area which has in turn resulted in a droop of the Nasolabial region, giving a tired and older look. I have tried fillers multiple times but not quite solved the problem . I am wondering if a mini lift would help address the issue. I have…

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Sutton L. Graham II., MD, FACS
Answered: 2014-08-27
You may be correct that Mini Facelift is the solution since it addresses cheek descent (skin, fat and fibrous support), jowling, mouth commissure changes, and the jawline. Hyaluronic acid fillers are often used in conjunction with that procedure, and fat grafting can be worthwhile. Consult a board certified plastic surgeon who performs both standart facelift and modified lifts, such as the mini facelift for an in-person evaluation.
Asked 2014-06-26

I am 5'8" and 230 lbs and a size M. I am actively trying to lose weight, but now have a herniated disc in c5/c6. I think the weight of my breasts are causing this. Is it more important to lose weight before or after the surgery? It is extremely hard for me to exercise at this point, but I am…

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Sutton L. Graham II., MD, FACS
Answered: 2014-07-08
Breast reduction could help. Weight loss is a great idea. Herniated disc problems will likely continue. Those are the most simple answers, but a consultation with an experienced board certified plastic surgeon would give you better information. There are two sides of the coin with reduction and weight loss. Lose the weight first and your surgeon can give you the best job of lifting and matching body proportions. Have the reduction first and exercise should become more comfortable, allowing easier weight loss. The large breasts probably didn't cause your cervical disc disease, but may aggravate it's symptoms. Reducing the breasts will not likely eliminate the symptoms. Improvement is possible. Weight loss will give you life-long benefits, so a moderate weight or BMI should be your goal for many reasons, other than breast related symptoms and appearance. Best wishes.
Asked 2014-06-25

I have size K breasts. I weigh 170 lbs and am 5'3". Even losing weight I generally only go down 1-2 cups. I would love to have them reduced but my insurance company outlines a path of physical therapy, massage, chiropractic consultation , and weight loss prior to their approval of the procedure. I…

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Sutton L. Graham II., MD, FACS
Answered: 2014-06-25
You are correct that breast reduction will likely help you in many ways, and your plastic surgeon is in an excellent position to perform the surgery and post op care. The surgeon is not very capable of making your insurance company change their restrictions. The plan restrictions are a product of contract negotiations between your employer and the insurance company. They frustrate reconstructive surgeons on a daily basis. You should contact the insurance company for their recommendation about the proposed path to meet their requirements. If you eventually find that the requirements are unrealistic for you, you may consider affordable care through your plastic surgeon, outside of the insurance plan. In many cases surgery, anesthesia, facility fees, lab work, etc. can be purchased as a package well below hospital / insurance prices, if your have to pay out-of-pocket. Best wishes.

Additional Information

Office Hours
Monday 9AM–5PM
Tuesday 9AM–5PM
Wednesday 9AM–5PM
Thursday 9AM–5PM
Friday 9AM–5PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
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Consultation Price
Our physician consultation fee is $70. This is applied to the cost of any surgical procedures which you schedule.
Insurance Options
Health insurance will not pay for surgery (surgeon, anesthesia or facility). The only reconstructive procedure we offer is breast reduction. This is usually covered, but the insurance company requires prior authorization. Our office staff will prepare the usual forms and send them to your insurance company. We are contracted with (“participating provider”) some, but not all, local insurance companies. Please call your insurance company or our staff to confirm that we work with your company.
Financing Available
Financing is frequently used by patients. Most often they use credit cards, home equity, or a local bank loan. We also accept CareCredit for surgical procedures. We do not recommend any particular finance company. We encourage patients to use financing wisely. The Office Manager will be happy to discuss details with you.
Experience with Specialized Conditions or Skin Types
Our staff has experience with sun-damaged and aging skin conditions.
Brands Offered
Allergan BotoxCosmetic, Juvederm, Voluma, Volbella, Vollure, Restylane, Hyalnex hyaluronidase, Latisse, Kybella, Sculptra.
Professional Skin Care by Obagi, SkinCeuticals
Devices Offered
Sciton lasers, Forever Young Broadband Light / BBL, intense pulsed light / IPL, SkinTyte, Endermology cellulite treatments, Cooltone Magnetic Muscle Stimulation, CoolSculpting nonsurgical fat reduction
Board Certifications
American Board of Surgery (ABS), 1988
American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS), 1992
Society Memberships
The Aesthetic Society
American Association of Physicians & Surgeons (AAPS)
American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS)
Greenville County Medical Society (GCMS)
South Carolina Medical Association (SCMA)
Southeastern Society of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeons (SESPRS)
Hospital Affiliation(s)
Active Staff Privileges at both Prisma / Greenville Hospital System and the Bon Secours St. Francis Health System
Medical Director, Plastic Surgery Specialty Center
Surgical Facilities
On site, private, nationally accredited surgical facility (Plastic Surgery Specialty Center)

Sutton L. Graham II., MD, FACS

Practice, Sutton L. Graham II, MD, FACS

615 Halton Rd
Greenville, SC 29607
United States