Terry Dubrow Biography, Age, Wife, Brother, Botched, Plastic Surgery, Skin Care And Paul Yussuf

Terry Dubrow Biography

Terry J. Dubrow is an American plastic surgeon and TV personality. He is commonly known as Terry Dubrow. He was born on September 14th, 1958. He is best known for his work on The Swan and also for co-hosting Botched.

He has also made an appearance on The Real Housewives of Orange County with his wife, Heather Dubrow. He was born to Laura and Alvin Dubrow. He was raised in Los Angeles with his older brother Kevin Dubrow who died in 2007. He attended the University of California, Los Angeles School of Medicine and got his degree.

He went for the Master’s degree from Yale University. He went to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and was the chief resident. He completed his fellowship in plastic and reconstructive surgery at the UCLA Medical Center. He is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and also a fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

Terry Dubrow Age | How Old Is Terry Dubrow

He was born on September 14th, 1958. He is 60 years old as of 2018.

Terry Dubrow with wife, Heather Burrow

Dr. Terry Dubrow Wife | Terry And Heather Dubrow

He is married to TV personality Heather Dubrow. They got married in 1999 and the couple has four kids.

Terry Dubrow Kids

The couple has four kids; Nicholas and Maximilian, who are twins, and two daughters, Katarina and Collette.

Terry Dubrow Brother

He has a brother, Kevin Dubrow, who was a heavy metal singer best known as the lead vocalist of the heavy metal band Quiet Riot from 1975 until 1987, and again from 1990 until his death in 2007.

Dr. Terry Dubrow Net Worth | How Much Is Terry Dubrow Worth | Terry Dubrow Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $ 30 million.

Terry Dubrow Height

He is 1.71 M tall.

Terry Dubrow Skin Care

The brand was launched by Heather Dubrow, who designed Consult Beaute, anti-aging skin care line, with Terry Dubrow, her husband. Terry can claim celebrity status, as he is a plastic surgeon who has participated in the TV show, Botched. However, it’s important to note that although Dr. Dubrow was involved in the creation of Consult Beaute, this does not mean that the products are the best choice for everyone, as every individual’s skin is very unique.

Terry Dubrow Plastic Surgery

He went for the Master’s degree from Yale University. He went to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and was the chief resident. He completed his fellowship in plastic and reconstructive surgery at the UCLA Medical Center. He is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and also a fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

Botched Terry Dubrow

Botched is an American reality television series that aired on E! on June 24, 2014. It follows doctors Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif as they “remedy extreme plastic surgeries went wrong.” Its Sunday night debut on June 29, 2014, was watched by 1.2 million viewers. Botched’s first season, consisting of eight episodes, ended on August 17, 2014. A two-part reunion special hosted by Maria Menounos aired on October 26 and 27 and featured interviews with Dubrow, Nassif, and patients from the series.

Dubrow Prices

The national average for straight breast augmentation is approximately $6500 with the average reconstruction costing $14,000. Surgical mesh is additional. The price of mesh is dependent on the size of the sheet. Strattice, which is porcine-derived, can cost the patient an additional $3500 to $4200. Alloderm® from human source ranges from $3700 to $5000. Mesh is made of silk. An approximate fee for a 10 x 25 cm. the sheet is approximately $4700.

Terry Dubrow Office

Address: 1617 Westcliff Dr #100, Newport Beach, CA 92660, USA
Wednesday 9 AM–5 PM
Thursday 9 AM–5 PM
Friday 9 AM–5 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Monday 9 AM–5 PM
Tuesday 9 AM–5 PM
Phone: +1 949-515-4111

Dubrow Reviews

He has a 3.5/5 rating from his patients.

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Dr. Terry Dubrow tackles true crime in new series, ‘License to Kill’

Source; pagesix.com

Terry Dubrow is known for his stints on reality shows like “Bridalplasty” and “The Real Housewives of Orange County,” but now the “Botched” star is taking on true crime.

Dubrow, 60, is hosting a new series, “License To Kill,” on Oxygen and will also serve as the show’s executive producer. The series consists of actors and real-life patients, friends and family members reenacting and explaining chilling accounts of medical professionals knowingly putting people in danger.

“The stories are weirder than you could even imagine and sometimes incredibly hard to believe,” Dubrow told Page Six. “But what’s so cool about this show, for me, is that if you’re a true crime fan, normally there’s a crime, everyone knows someone died, there’s a victim, it’s very clear and then you start unraveling the clues to try to figure out who did it or not, right? Or whether what happened. In this case, with doctors, because we have privacy laws and the cloak of secrecy, plus our patients have diseases that sometimes get worse, and sometimes patients die, you don’t even know whether a crime was committed a lot of the time.”

“When your neighbor goes off the deep end and they kill someone, that’s usually it, right?” he added. “But, when a doctor does it, they can get away with it for a long period of time. It’s much harder to unravel the clues because, for example, if I wanted to go off the deep end, I know exactly how to go into a hospital, do some real damage and no one would find out because it would be untraceable because I know all the details of human physiology and how to, for example, inject some very common substances into the body, cause cardiac arrest and then when you do an autopsy you just find those substances.”

The plastic surgeon explained that while “most doctors are outstanding,” they can be compared to supervillains in instances that the show presents.

“Our superpower is we know how to help people and we know how to harm people, and when we use those superpowers to do harm — we’re supervillains, the kind that the typical police officer has no guard against,” he explained. “They have no idea what we’re doing.”

Dubrow previously told Page Six that the best plastic surgeons can be compared to professional athletes.

“If you don’t do it all the time, if you don’t do hard cases, you’re not in shape. You’re not very good at it … so go to someone who’s fairly busy, who’s not easy to get into, who maybe has a little gray hair or a lot of dye in their hair or not so much hair all that but someone who’s very experienced and busy.”

Still, he doesn’t want to deter people from seeing their physicians.

“At the end of the show, we give advice about what to look for and it’s sort of an educational moment,” he said. “I think the show hopefully — if it gets enough attention —will sort of bring public attention to the forefront about more surveillance, more inspection of what’s going on in the medical system in terms of avoiding bad actors in medicine … Don’t be afraid to go to your doctor just because we’re doing a show called ‘License to Kill’ where doctors went off the deep end!”

“License to Kill” premieres on June 23 at 7 p.m. ET.