Meet Dr. Dallas W. Homas MD, MS
As a healthcare leader and U.S. Army veteran of more than 30 years, Dr. Dallas W. Homas has seen a lot in his medical career. Today, he’s dedicated to helping patients achieve a beautiful and natural smile that they can feel proud to show to friends and family members.
Dr. Homas earned his is Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry at the United States Military Academy at West Point. He went on to earn his Master’s degree in Strategic Studies at the United States Army War College at Carlisle and his Doctor of Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland.
Before he joined the practice, he operated with integrity and compassion while he was stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan. These values have fully translated to a personalized approach when it comes to patient-care. He’s now the proud founder of New Image Plastic Surgery, which provides cosmetic services with a personalized and patient-centered approach in mind.
Dr Homas is a proud husband and father of three sons. As a family-centric man, his bedside manner, integrity and compassion shows in his work. His surgical talent and exceptional attention-to-detail is unmatched as he strives to create a comfortable and safe environment for patients. During your visit, you’ll be able to discuss your plastic surgery goals as well as procedures that best meet your needs.
- American Board of Surgery
- American Board of Plastic Surgery
- American Board of Plastic Surgery; Subspecialty of Surgery of the Hand
- American Society of Plastic Surgeons
- Association of Graduates – US Military Academy
- American College of Healthcare Executives - Affiliate Member
- Association of the United States Army
- Alumni Association – U.S. Army War College
- The Order of Military Medical Merit
- The Order of Saint Maurice
Residency and Fellowships
- General Surgery; Fitzsimons Army Medical Center; Aurora, Colorado; July 1989 – June 1993
- Residency: Plastic Surgery; Fitzsimons Army Medical Center; Aurora, Colorado; July 1993 – June 1995
- Hand Surgery; Walter Reed Army Medical Center; Washington, D.C.; January 1996 – December 1996