Nicholas Till Haddock, MD Assistant Professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center
UTSW Physician Practicing at Children's Health
Nicolas Haddock, M.D., is a plastic surgeon at Children’s Health℠ who specializes in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery.
Dr. Haddock earned his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. He then completed a residency in plastic surgery at the Institute of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at New York University Langone Medical Center where he worked with a number of pioneers and world experts in plastic surgery.
At UT Southwestern, Dr. Haddock is an active faculty member and a part of the Hand Transplant surgical team. He participates in extensive outcomes research, which has as its ultimate goal high patient satisfaction and overall excellent results. In hand surgery patients, for instance, he has compared various procedures to determine which option provides the patient with a more functional hand.
“I strive to provide alternatives that truly benefit my patients,” Dr. Haddock says. “My job is to do whatever it takes to ensure my patients have a positive experience and are receiving great care for their long-term health.”
Dr. Haddock has published numerous papers on plastic surgery, hand and extremity surgery, microsurgery and cosmetic surgery. His research has appeared in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, the Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery, Annals of Plastic Surgery and The Journal of Hand Surgery, to name a few. He has been invited to present his work at medical meetings around the globe.
Dr. Haddock grew up in Fort Worth. During his off time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and young daughter. He’s also a big fan of sports, snow skiing and the arts.
Education and Training
Medical SchoolUniversity of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (2005)
ResidencyNew York University Medical Center - GME (2011), Chief Resident
New York University Medical Center - GME (2010), Plastic Surgery
New York University Medical Center - GME (2008), General Surgery
FellowshipUniversity of Pennsylvania Medical Center (2012), Hand Surgery
Research & Publications
- Achieving aesthetic results in facial reconstructive microsurgery: planning and executing secondary refinements.
Haddock NT, Saadeh PB, Siebert JW Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 2012 Dec 130 6 1236-45
- Predicting perforator location on preoperative imaging for the profunda artery perforator flap.
Haddock NT, Greaney P, Otterburn D, Levine S, Allen RJ Microsurgery 2012 Mar
- Breast reconstruction with the profunda artery perforator flap.
Allen RJ, Haddock NT, Ahn CY, Sadeghi A Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 2012 Jan 129 1 16e-23e
- Dupuytren's disease in the Hispanic population: a 10-year retrospective review.
Weinstein AL, Haddock NT, Sharma S Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 2011 Dec 128 6 1251-6
- Microsurgery of the upper extremity.
Lerman OZ, Haddock N, Elliott RM, Foroohar A, Levin LS J Hand Surg Am2011 Jun 36 6 1092-103; quiz 1103
- Breast reconstruction with implants, tissue expanders and AlloDerm: predicting volume and maximizing the skin envelope in skin sparing mastectomies.
Haddock N, Levine J Breast J 2010 Jan-Feb 16 1 14-9
- Lower extremity arterial injury patterns and reconstructive outcomes in patients with severe lower extremity trauma: a 26-year review.
Haddock NT, Weichman KE, Reformat DD, Kligman BE, Levine JP, Saadeh PBJ. Am. Coll. Surg. 2010 Jan 210 1 66-72
- The tear trough and lid/cheek junction: anatomy and implications for surgical correction.
Haddock NT, Saadeh PB, Boutros S, Thorne CH Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 2009 Apr 123 4 1332-40; discussion 1341-2
Awards & Honors
- F. William Bora, Jr. Award
Excellence in Upper Extremity Surgery (2012)
- Blair Rogers Clinical Research Award
- First Place Research Paper, New York Regional Society of Plastic Surgeons