Welcome to Folk Plastic Surgery

Dr. Stacey Folk’s ability to communicate and partner with each patient in an authentic and honest way has set her apart and transformed her into one of the most respected and sought after plastic surgeons in Denver and the Western Region. By providing patients with the educational resources they need to make the best decisions regarding their own care, Dr. Folk has helped her patients achieve their dreams while being grounded in the realities and limitations of surgery.

It is a big decision to have plastic surgery. While it is what we do every day, rest assured that we will never forget that it is perhaps a once-in-a-lifetime event for you. If you are considering plastic surgery, we’d love to help. On each procedure page, and in our education library, you’ll find audio, video and downloadable text documents to help you picture the possibilities and realize the realities. When you’re ready, please schedule a consultation to speak with Dr. Folk one-on-one about your concerns.

Meet Dr. Stacey Folk

Dr. Stacey Folk grew up in Denver and attended the University of Colorado in Boulder. She then received her medical degree from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, graduating with honors. She completed her surgical internship at Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Denver and then completed her Plastic Surgery residency at Loma Linda Medical School. For over a decade, Dr. Folk has been named one of Denver’s Top Doctors by 5280 Magazine and also recognized by Castle Connolly as one of America’s Top Plastic Surgeons. Dr. Folk specializes in all cosmetic procedures, and her reconstructive interests include cleft lip and palate surgery. Her office is located in The Founder’s Building on the Rose Medical Center Campus where she performs the majority of her surgeries.

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What’s New…

What’s new? Well how about our fabulous new website! The goal of this site is to provide as much educational information as possible in as many formats as possible. Each page has valuable procedure specific information, and the education modules at the bottom of each page let you experience 3D animations, teaching videos, and even individualized podcasts.

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