Dr. Alton Ingram is a Nashville, Tennessee-based plastic surgeon whose practice focuses on all kinds of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, except craniofacial surgery. Raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, he studied mathematics and philosophy at Yale University. He then moved to Dallas, Texas, where he attended the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School to obtain his medical degree.
He completed residencies in general and plastic surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, and underwent postgraduate fellowships under Dr. Ivo Pitanguy, at the Institute of Plastic Surgery, and Mount Sinai Medical Center. Dr. Alton Ingram has worked with organizations such as Operation Smile, Habitat for Humanity, Doctors Without Borders, and the Viennese Opera Ball of New York City, where he was part of the Benefits Committee.
He has published articles in peer-reviewed journals on human anatomy, surgical techniques, medical devices, finance, and law. Dr. Alton Ingram was Magna Cum Laude of his class, a National Merit Scholar, and William Randolph Hearst Foundation Scholar. In addition to his academic responsibilities, he was an editor for Yale Scientific Magazine, and the Founding Vice President of Yale Libertarian Society.