Area of Clinical Practice
Plastic and reconstructive surgery
As a board-eligible plastic surgeon and assistant professor at the UW School of Medicine in the Division of Plastic Surgery, I see patients for reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery with fellowship training in reconstructive microsurgery. I specialize in complex oncologic reconstruction for breast, sarcoma, urogynecologic, and skin cancer such as melanoma, basal cell and squamous cell cancers. I offer a wide variety of breast reconstruction options including implant-based and autologous flap reconstruction (DIEP, TUG, PAP, SGAP, etc.). I also perform lymphedema microsurgery. Additionally, I perform abdominal wall reconstruction, body contouring, and breast aesthetic surgery.
My research interest involves clinical outcomes focused on breast reconstruction, lymphedema, and quality improvement.
Indiana University School of Medicine
University of Cincinnati, Plastic Surgery; University of Indiana School of Medicine, General Surgery
Stanford University School of Medicine, Microsurgery; National Cancer Institute
Indiana University School of Medicine, General Surgery
General Surgery, 2015, American Board of Surgery; Plastic Surgery, American Board of Plastic Surgery
Seattle Met's 2023 Top Doctors award
Dr. Inchauste has received this peer-nominated award for exceptional patient care for multiple years.
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