About Dr. Williams
When Dr. Carl Williams became a surgeon in 1980, he immediately began to prioritize his values. From the very beginning, he determined that care, understanding and validation would be at the heart of his practice.
Turning Observation Into Reality
Dr. Williams received his medical degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine and held residencies in general surgery and otolaryngology at Wayne State University. He served an additional residency in plastic and reconstructive surgery at the University of Illinois School of Medicine, followed by a fellowship in hand and microvascular surgery at Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center.
Dr. Williams has observed that too many surgical facilities and cosmetic centers lack an ability to personalize the patient experience and build meaningful relationships with individuals. Rather than generalizing your treatment, Dr. Williams feels that establishing trust and understanding your unique traits help him customize your treatment plan and personalize the procedures for your care.
Early in his career, Dr. Williams began to expand his expertise and work in diverse fields to learn more about the characteristics of plastic and reconstructive surgery. He has served as the chief of surgery at North Vista Hospital, the chief of plastic surgery at the University of North Carolina and Mountain View Hospital and has been on the medical executive committee at Valley Hospital. These leadership roles have helped him tailor his treatment setting to each patient’s needs and develop specific regimens for each procedure.
Dr. Williams currently serves as an associate professor at the Nevada School of Medicine and the Toro School of Medicine, sharing his treatment philosophy and emphasizing the importance of personalized patient experiences. Additionally, Dr. Williams holds three board certifications with the American Board of Plastic Surgery, the American Board of Plastic Surgery with an emphasis in hand surgery, and the American Board of Otolaryngology.