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Jules A. Walters, III , MD

Metairie, LA

3100 Galleria Drive, Suite 301
Metairie, LA 70001

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Jules Walters, III, MD

Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery, Dr. Jules Walters specializes in breast reconstruction and cosmetic surgery of the face, breast and body. Dr. Walters approaches every procedure with an aesthetic sense and believes that dedication to detail is of the utmost importance.

With expertise in microsurgery, Dr. Walters offers women the option to have autologous, or free flap, breast reconstruction, which uses a woman’s own tissue taken from the abdomen or other area of the body to recreate breasts after mastectomy. Dr. Walters is one of a select number of U.S. plastic surgeons performing breast neurotization with Resensation®, an advanced surgical technique that has the potential to restore breast sensation in reconstructed breasts.

Affiliated Hospitals

  • Ochsner Baptist Hospital

Undergrad: Bachelor’s degree in biological sciences from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge
Medical Degree: Medical degree from LSU Medical School in Shreveport
Residency: General surgery residency at LSU New Orleans
Certifications: American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery
Awards: During a general surgery residency at LSU New Orleans, he scored the highest in his class on the in-service exam each year. His peers chose him for the Outstanding Intern Award during his first year of training.

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