Dr. Gordley

Education & Training:
Bachelor of Science
Texas A&M University
Summa Cum Laude

Doctorate of Medicine
University of Texas– Southwestern Medical Center
Alpha Omega Alpha

Plastic Surgery Residency
Baylor College of Medicine
Chief Resident

Board Certified, American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS)
Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
Active Member, American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Clinical Assistant Professor, Baylor College of Medicine Division of Plastic Surgery

Born in Ohio and raised in Houston, Dr. Kyle Gordley considers himself a Houstonian at heart. His passion for science and art, along with his strong desire to help his fellow man ultimately made medicine, and furthermore plastic surgery, an easy career decision. Although he professes his love for the entire field of plastic surgery, his true passion is aesthetic and reconstructive surgery of the breast.

His passion for breast reconstruction came from witnessing countless afflicted women with breast cancer struggle through confusing treatment options and technical jargon at some of the larger institutions at which he has trained. His goal has been to help these women journey through this difficult process by using plain-sense to weave through the options, ensuring appropriate expectations through good communication, and providing clean, predictable surgical results.

His aptitude and interest in plastic surgery stems from the joy and delight exhibited by his patients after a procedure well done. There is nothing more fulfilling than enhancing an individual’s quality-of-life. This is shown by different people in different ways, whether it be enjoying a more proportional body that allows clothes to drape more beautifully, or the heightened self-esteem from looking more well rested, or even just the feeling of closure after suffering through cancer.

Professional Interests:

  • Aesthetic Surgery of the breast including breast lift, augmentation, and implant exchanges
  • Breast Reconstruction including Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator (DIEP) Flaps, gluteal artery perforator flaps, as well as traditional implant reconstruction.
  • Body Contouring after massive weight loss
  • Perineal and Vaginal Reconstruction after cancer
  • Foot and leg salvage after severe trauma

Research:
Dr. Gordley’s research is focused in long-term efficacy of dermal fillers, pediatric vascular lesions, and microvascular salvage techniques, and is published in peer reviewed journals.

Teaching:
Forever learning and developing his technique, Dr. Gordley likewise shares his practical knowledge as a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Baylor College of Medicine Division of Plastic Surgery

Personal Interests:
A devoted husband and father of two sons and one daughter, he enjoys playing piano, weight training and fitness, and Texas Aggie football.