Dr. Honeycutt, her staff, and her experienced nurses are personable, caring, and understanding. They emphasize patient education and preparedness, and they achieve excellent results with this team approach. This is reflected in their 97% patient satisfaction rate. Many patients return for additional procedures and also refer their friends
Dr. Honeycutt enjoys a busy breast surgery practice and has a particular interest in facial cosmetic surgery and body contouring. She and her all-female staff have a private and confidential, fully accredited, Class C operating suite that is recognized as an ambulatory surgery center. ASAC has been accredited by a national organization – AAAASF. The operating and recovery suite meets most of the safety standards of the nearby hospitals. It also offers office procedure rooms on-site. The office of Advanced Surgical Arts Center is well appointed, relaxing with fresh flowers, a pleasant aroma and a beautifully modern but comfortable reception area. You will feel immediately at ease, as if you are visiting a friend's living room.
After graduating from Rice University, the "Harvard of the South", Dr. Honeycutt completed medical school and a rigorous general surgery residency at the University of Texas Medical Branch. She then performed original research as a Fellow at the Shriners Burns Institute. She completed her plastic surgery training at the well-respected University of Kentucky where she trained under Dr. Edward Luce, the past president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. She has completed 13 years of medical school, residency, and research but continues her education by attending seminars to master the latest techniques in cosmetic surgery. She has achieved recertification in BOTH General Surgery and Plastic Surgery and participates in the ongoing maintenance of certification (MOC). She is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Honeycutt has written a funded research grant, authored many scientific articles, and made national presentations. Dr. Honeycutt is a past chairman of the Department of Surgery at St. Alexius Hospital. She is chairman of the Credentials Committee and a member of the Medical Executive Committee.