Dr. Jennings Boyette is one of only a handful of fellowship-trained Facial Plastic Surgeons in Arkansas. He is double board-certified in both Facial Plastic Surgery and Head & Neck Surgery. He specializes in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery of the face, head, and neck. Dr. Boyette is experienced in rebuilding all parts of the face. This includes treating patients with traumatic injuries, cancer deformities, and birth deformities.
Dr. Boyette is striving to expand what is possible surgically and non-surgically to reverse facial deformities and to reverse the effects of aging on our faces. He has published scientific papers and continues to conduct research in order to help his patients. His most recent investigations involve the use of stem cells in order to improve skin survival during complex reconstructive surgery.
Dr. Boyette lectures at the American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery’s national meeting, where he has given courses to other surgeons on rhinoplasty surgery in the aging patient and on surgery to reconstruct ear deformities. He has published numerous textbook chapters including ones on Ethnic Rhinoplasty and traumatic facial injuries in children. He graduated with honors from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville where he received a Sturgis Fellowship. He completed medical school at UAMS where he went on to train in Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery under Dr. James Suen. He then completed his fellowship in Facial Plastic Surgery with Dr. Frederick Stucker in Louisiana.