Dr. Trent Fogleman brings the finest training and years of experience to every patient. He is Board-Certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology, and also Fellowship-trained at the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. He specializes in cosmetic surgery of the face, body and breasts; non-invasive vaginal rejuvenation and reconstruction; and hormone balancing for both men and women.
Dr. Fogleman’s priority is to provide his Oklahoma City patients with the most personalized care tailored just to them. These are very sensitive issues in a person’s life and ones that diminish their zest for life. Dr. Fogleman says, “Many patients have lived with an aesthetic issue that has robbed them of their self-confidence. Or struggled for years with the results of unbalanced hormones. Or felt that a vaginal issue was just something they had to put up with.” Dr. Fogleman is a highly respected problem solver and an extraordinary and compassionate physician. His talent is his combination of manual skill, artistry and a science-based approach.
“I go beyond the ‘expected.’ I owe it to my patients to bring the latest tools and techniques to the table.”
Dr. Fogleman is, as he says, technically, surgically, scientifically driven. And he is never satisfied with the status quo, always searching for new ways to meet his patients’ expectations as new techniques arrive. He also goes beyond in terms of patient care, building long-term relationships, following their progress and, at times, adjusting treatment along the way.
Education. Training. Experience. Instinct.
Dr. Fogleman graduated from the Louisiana State University School of Medicine at Shreveport in 1998. He’s been in practice for nearly 20 years and has developed a reputation for helping both men and women live the life they yearn for – feeling more attractive, more alive and happier.
To meet Dr. Fogleman for a confidential consultation and discuss your medical or aesthetic issue, please call (405) 691-3111.
I am alive today because of Dr. Fogleman and his surgical expertise in carefully removing a very large, cancerous ovarian cyst.