Thanks to advances in technology over the years, prospective patients from around the world are invited to schedule a “virtual consultation” with Dr. Bassichis via Facetime, phone, or email. You can now discuss your facial cosmetic surgery procedure(s) with Dr. Bassichis while in the comfort of your own home, without the trouble of coordinating excessive travel to our Dallas office. During this consultation you can voice your facial health concerns, listen to Dr. Bassichis explain your surgical and/or non-surgical options, and speak with our Surgical Care Coordinator about scheduling options.
If you are interested in scheduling a virtual consultation with Dr. Bassichis, please call 972.774.1777 and ask to speak with our Surgical Care Coordinator. You may then proceed with the following steps:
Step 1: Email Photos.
Dr. Bassichis asks that out of town patients email photos of the front and side views of their face. Using our computer imaging system, Dr. Bassichis will evaluate your photos and make recommendations that will give you the very best results.
How to take a proper photo:
- Photos should be taken by a trusted friend or family member.
- Stand in front of a blank background (i.e. wall or door).
- Maintain a straight face, no smiling.
- Photos should be clear (not blurry).
- Photos should be taken of your entire face (the top of your head to your collar).
Step 2: Schedule a Conference Call or Skype Consultation.
Our Surgical Care Coordinator will schedule you for a conference call or Facetime consultation with Dr. Bassichis. During this virtual visit, Dr. Bassichis will have assessed your photos and can make recommendations and discuss your procedure in further detail. Our Surgical Care Coordinator will then provide you with a financial quote for your procedure, as well as discuss other important information to help you prepare for your surgery.
Step 3: Schedule the Surgical Appointments
After meeting with Dr Bassichis and deciding which surgical or non-surgical route is best for you, our Surgical Care Coordinator will schedule your surgery date according to your availability. An in-office pre-operative visit will be scheduled for the day prior to your surgery date, as well as the appropriate post-operative appointments necessary for after your procedure. At this time, our Surgical Care Coordinator will be happy to walk you through additional details; including post-operative recovery care, accommodations, restaurants, and activities in the Dallas area, etc.
LOCAL HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS
Le Méridien Galleria
Address: 13402 Noel Road, Dallas
Adjacent to the Galleria Mall, the Le Méridien boutique hotel rooms are 100% non-smoking and are technologically equipped with Wi-Fi, iPOD stereo, 42-inch HDTV, and Complimentary Wireless High Speed Internet Access. Plush robes and inviting beds with 300-thread-count Frette sheets reflect the attention to detail of this chic, contemporary and sophisticated hotel. From 24-hour in-room dining to unique art, the Le Méridien seeks to illuminate the guest experience. Entertainment options include a spectacular fitness center with an indoor heated pool and jacuzzi, and close walking proximity to North Dallas’ finest shopping, dining and entertainment. The hospitality of the Le Méridien ensures service and amenities to anticipate your every post-surgical need. Note: the Le Méridien is highly accustomed to our surgical guests.
Ritz-Carlton, Uptown Dallas
Address: 2121 McKinney Avenue, Dallas
The Ritz Carlton’s trademark old-world elegance, accentuated by a fabulous modern art collection, will set a luxurious backdrop for your recovery stay. Large, comfortable guest rooms are decorated in the soft hues of Texas sunsets to accommodate a peaceful respite during your post-operative time. Decadent Texas charm infuses the exceptional service at all levels, from the bellmen to the concierges, who will attend you your every desire during your healing visit. When you are feeling like a little culture, the property is just blocks from the city’s phenomenal art museum district. As well, Chef Dean Fearing’s phenomenal cuisine is renown in Dallas. Note: Room No. 514 is an oversized corner room with gorgeous views of Uptown and Downtown.
Bradford HomeSuites at Lincoln Park
Address: 8221 North Central Expressway, Dallas
Tel: 214 696 1555
Close to Park Cities Surgery Center and moments from the glamorous NorthPark Mall, these executive-style suites offer everything you need to recover and unwind after surgery. Space and privacy make your suite a recuperation enclave; comfort and convenience make it the ideal home away from home. The separate living, kitchen, and bedroom spaces will provide a relaxing ambiance for your recovery.
The Hotel Adolphus
Address: 1321 Commerce St., Downtown, Dallas
Tel: 214/742-8200 or 800/221-9083
Beer baron Adolphus Busch created this spectacular Beaux Arts building in downtown Dallas in 1912, sparing nothing in the way of rich ornamentation. The romantic European-style rooms have modern amenities. Tastefully appointed one- or two-bedroom corporate apartments with full kitchens, spacious parlors, and marble bathrooms provide a luxurious and safe haven for recovery. Some accommodations even open onto a private Garden Terrace. Be sure to enjoy the lovely afternoon tea service.
The Mansion on Turtle Creek
Address: 2821 Turtle Creek Boulevard, Dallas
Featured on the Condé Nast Traveler Gold List, you’ll see why visitors and Dallas-ites love the Mansion. Wandering among the antiques and fresh floral displays, you can enjoy elegance with a Texas inflection. The hotel does not offer rooms with kitchens, but they will provide a refrigerator upon request.
Address: 5300 E. Mockingbird Lane Dallas
This boutique Kimpton hotel is tastefully modern, with unique touches such as in-room Nintendos, zebra-print bathrobes, and an honor bar with art supplies as well as gourmet snacks. Remember to request a complimentary pet goldfish to accompany you and soothe your recovery. As well, if you choose to bring your own canine pet during your healing stay, you can rest assured that Fido will be pampered with treats, bottled water, and designer food bowls. Human guests are pampered with daily wine tastings and complimentary in-room yoga and Pilates equipment. Hotel Palomar is located in Mockingbird Station, a trendy shopping and eating area. In addition, NorthPark is only a few minutes away.
Hotel Crescent Court
Address: 400 Crescent Court, Dallas
Tel: 214/871-3200 or 800/654-6541
The centerpiece of the Crescent Complex (which includes office buildings, shops, and galleries), this luxury hotel is on the edge of Dallas’s central business district and uptown art scene. Each room has French doors, a vanity, and down-feather love seat. Some suites, for example the City Suites, Cosmopolitan Suites, and the Presidential Suite, offer private kitchens with original works of art, antique porcelains and HiFi sound systems making the Hotel Crescent Court a place of opulent and peaceful healing. The spa and it’s staff are divine as well…don’t forget to tell them that Advanced recommended you!
Address: 2332 Leonard St., Dallas
Eclectic postmodern style combined with fastidious service and high-end attention to detail, make this boutique hotel in the heart of the trendy Uptown district is Dallas’ hippest place to stay. The Magnificent 7 Suites offer the ultimate Hotel ZaZa experience. Indulge in a Whirlpool spa, Italian linens, private keyed off access, and gourmet kitchen in your hotel suite. Wireless Internet access, plasma televisions, music systems, DVD players, and much more. Hotel ZaZa will make sure that your every wish during your recovery stay in Dallas, Texas is granted.
Westin Galleria Hotel
Address: 13340 Dallas Parkway, Dallas
This 20-story hotel has direct access (you don’t have to go outside) to the dazzling Galleria mall, which has an ice-skating rink, a movie theater, and more than 200 upscale shops and restaurants. Subdued pastel-colored luxury suites provide respite from and relaxation while simultaneously offering a world of activities right outside your door. Each spacious guest suite features their famous Heavenly Bed¨ for maximized comfort. In-room: refrigerator. In-hotel: 2 restaurants, room service, bar, pool, gym, complimentary parking.
Shinsei – ultra-cool vibe, lovely owners, amazing east-meets-west culinary delights…Shinsei is an ADVANCED favorite
Fearing’s – celebrity chef Dean Fearing’s addictive all-out elegance with kickin’ American/Southwestern/World class cuisine
Rise No.1 – a small salon de soufflé and wine bar bringing French classic cuisine to Dallas diners in a comfortable, casual environment
Sissy’s Southern Kitchen – from a Next Food Network Star alum offering divine southern comfort food served on fine china
III Forks – the ultimate Texas Steak house. live music, too
Houston’s – we’re addicted to the Grilled Artichoke appetizer
Nobu – just like in NYC; a magical, exotic Sushi experience
The Mansion on Turtle Creek – The Tortilla Soup is not to be missed
Highland Park Pharmacy – authentically retro with home-style cooking and an old fashioned soda fountain
Stephen Pyles – beautiful presentation, beautiful food, beautiful people. Love the ceviche
Taco Diner – upscale, modern Mexican fare
Sonny Bryan’s – Enjoy Texas-style BBQ during your stay
Bob’s Steak & Chop House – fabulous filet mignon
Dream Café – boasts a menu bursting with good-for-you goodies, breakfast/brunch near Advanced. The granola is Dr. Bassichis’ daughter’s favorite!
NorthPark Center Mall
Northwest Highway at North Central Expressway, Dallas
Tel: 214 361 6345
The evolution of mall culture continues with this landmark, which brought the indoor mall to a new level of luxurious good taste when it was built in the mid-1960s. Having undergone a major renovation in 2006, the subtle architecture and natural light with extensive indoor and outdoor landscaping, provides a spectacular backdrop to numerous modern art sculpture masterpieces….and first-rate shopping! Neiman Marcus, Barney New York, Nordstrom’s, Tiffany & Co., Valentino, and more.
Perot Museum of Nature and Science
2201 North Field Street, Dallas
Tel: 214 428 5555
The newest addition to Dallas’ expanding physical and cultural landscape is the awe-inspiring Perot Museum of Nature and Science. Within this 10-story concrete cube is a survey of the scientific universe with galleries about space, fossils, dinosaurs, birds, geology, weather, ecology, health, engineering and other fields. One display shows the imposing drill bits used to extract oil from the earth, while another reveals an exquisite collection of mineral crystals, including a 1.5-ton geode whose halves you can manipulate with a wheel. While including a children’s museum, The Perot’s age range is as universal as the cosmos, concepts, and history explored within.
Highland Park Village
Preston Road and Mockingbird Lane, Dallas
Tel: 214 559 2740
This National Historic Landmark is the first self-contained, sole-proprietorship shopping mall in the nation’s history. The outdoor mall, built in 1931 in a Spanish-Moorish Mediterranean style, has beautiful trees and a lovely central fountain. There was a time when equestriennes from surrounding Highland Park-Dallas’ Beverly Hills-tied their horses in front of the shops; now they drive big luxury SUV’s and dress for lunch. The charming retro ambience houses some of the biggest names in fashion today, with exclusive boutiques featuring Hermes, Chanel, Christian Louboutin, Jimmy Choo, Escada, Calvin Klein, and Polo/Ralph Lauren.
Neiman Marcus Downtown Flagship Store
1618 Main St. Dallas
Tel: 214 741 6911
Dallas’ reputation as a city that shops began with this emporium, which opened in 1914. The uber-luxury “specialty store” was born in this seven-story Beaux Arts-style building, which has stood for generations as the mecca to couture quality and impeccable customer service. Dining at the Zodiac Room is a must.
13350 Dallas Parkway, Dallas
Tel: 972 702 7100
Ideally located at the intersection of the I-635 LBJ and the Dallas North Tollway, the Galleria Dallas is the most dynamic shopping environment in North Texas. With a spectacular, newly redone Ice Rink at the center, the Galleria Dallas houses more than 200 boutiques and restaurants including Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Tiffany & Co., and VERSACE as well as Nordstrom, Macy’s, and Saks Fifth Avenue.
Dallas Museum of Art
1717 North Harwood Dallas
Tel: 214 922 1200
The collections broadly survey European, American, Asian and African art, with many first-rate objects, as well as showcase contemporary works. Decorative arts are another strength, with a definitive collection of American silver. But the premier collection is ancient art from South and Central America, featuring Inca gold and Mayan ceramics.
Nasher Sculpture Center
2001 Flora St. Dallas
Tel: 214 242 5100
The world’s hottest museum designer, Renzo Piano, outdid himself with this glass, travertine, and aluminum masterpiece in the heart of the Dallas Arts District. Local collector Raymond Nasher’s internationally recognized collection of modern sculpture is revealed in ethereally-lit galleries, which flow out onto a spectacular oasis-like modern sculpture garden.
8525 Garland Rd. Dallas
Tel: 214 515 6500
One of the nation’s biggest and best floral displays is set on the thickly wooded slopes above White Rock Lake, a popular recreation spot close to downtown. Paths shaded by magnolias and crape myrtles wind among immense beds of tulips and azaleas in the spring and chrysanthemums in the fall. Don’t forget your sunscreen and hat. Picnics, strolls, and relaxation are encouraged.
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
411 Elm St. Dallas
Tel: 214 747 6660
History doesn’t get much more vivid than this museum exploring the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. Located in the sixth floor of the infamous Texas Schoolbook Depository building, the museum features the actual corner window from which Lee Harvey Oswald fired the fatal shots.
Dallas Farmer’s Market
1010 South Pearl Expressway, Dallas
Tel: 214 939 2808
A vast outdoor market-one of the largest of its kind-in the shadow of the downtown high-rise buildings. With cut and potted flowers and a sprawling International Market featuring Mexican handicrafts, the Farmer’s Market’s beautifully displayed produce lures both farmers and foodies.