Dr. Mark W. McClung
He is experienced in cosmetic face and breast surgery, as well as body contouring. He has extensive experience in the full spectrum of breast reconstruction.
Working in all facets of plastic surgery for 20 years, McClung has delivered custom service to thousands of patients, of all ages and with a wide variety of issues. He is grateful to play a role in solving a problem or alleviating a patient’s personal concerns.
“Listening to a patient’s desires is critically important,” he says. “It’s important to engage the patient in treatment planning and personalizing the process. It helps in delivering the positive outcome and meeting the patient’s expectations.”
“It’s gratifying to know that your special skill makes a difference,” he says.
Before and After Gallery
Please be aware that some of the pictures in our galleries do include nudity and that your results may differ due to individual physical differences. Please schedule a consultation to discuss appropriate expectations.
McClung, a native of Kansas City, received his undergraduate degree in electric and biomedical engineering from Southern Methodist University. He attended the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, and then completed general surgery training at the University of Kansas Medical Center. He performed plastic surgery residency at the University of Alabama-Birmingham.
McClung pursued a fellowship in cosmetic surgery in Miami, where he worked with renowned surgeons (Dr. Tom Baker, Dr. Howard Gordon and Dr. James Stuzin) who led the development of some of the latest techniques used in plastic surgery today.
McClung has published articles and presented papers on techniques and considerations in breast and facial reconstruction at industry conferences. He is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and is a Fellow in the American College of Surgeons.
McClung was the 2009 president of the Kansas City Plastic Surgery Society; he also is an active member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. He is on staff at Menorah Medical Center, St. Joseph Medical Center, Mid America Surgery Institute, and St. Luke’s South Hospital.
McClung and his wife have three children and live in Leawood. He maintains a focus on fitness and enjoys golf, weight training and water sports.
McClung is active in serving the community. He is a member of the Church of the Resurrection, where he is a member of the Medical Response Team, a small group leader and an usher.
He also serves as a member of the board of directors of The Hope Center, an urban youth ministry and urban development organization that provides support to Kansas City’s inner city community; he serves as a liaison to the Hope Family Care Center, a medical clinic run by the organization.