Broc Pratt, MD
Carolinas Cosmetic & Plastic
Dr. Broc Pratt is a firm believer that the integration of art and medicine is the best approach to achieving optimal results and patient satisfaction. He utilizes his extensive training, experience and discriminating eye for detail in the pursuit of body symmetry and a more youthful appearance. The ultimate result is a more vibrant, natural look for his patients.
Dr. Pratt has served the Charlotte area since 1997 beginning with his surgical residency, then on to becoming Clinical Instructor of Plastic Surgery at Carolinas Medical Center, and most recently into private, cosmetic practice. His position at CMC afforded Dr. Pratt the unique opportunity to be involved in a variety of complex reconstructive procedures as well as catering to the needs of the elective cosmetic surgery patient.
This experience resulted in Dr. Pratt’s passion for aesthetic surgery and subsequently led him into the private cosmetic surgery field, first with Metrolina Plastic Surgery and now with The Refine Institute. His ultimate desire is to use his talents to help patients in achieving physical improvements and at the same time, enhancing their self esteem.
"As a physician, quality patient care is of the utmost importance to me. I believe that teamwork, communication and patient education are essential to patient satisfaction. It is important to provide as much knowledge and information as possible at the time of consultation to help my patient’s make sound, informed decisions. I have found that when a patient is part of the decision making process, the sense of collaboration often replaces their anxiety about the procedure."
Dr. Pratt is a member of the North Carolina Medical Society and a candidate for membership into the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. He has hospital privileges at Carolinas Medical Center, CMC-Pineville, and CMC-Mercy, although most surgeries are performed on site at The Refine Institute’s private AAAHC certified surgical suite. He is licensed in North Carolina and has volunteered his surgical services in Ghana, West Africa at the Baptist Medical Center where he served the rural and impoverished villages of the Gold Coast.