Trenton M. Morton, MD, grew up in Cody, Wyoming on the east gate of Yellowstone National park. He earned a Bachelor of Arts from Carroll College in Helena, Montana and a Doctor of Medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle. He continued his training at the rigorous and highly regarded University of Washington six-year integrated plastic surgery residency program where he learned from internationally renowned experts in complex reconstructive surgery.
During his journey through medical training, he found great satisfaction in improving the quality of life for patients with congenital differences, cancer defects, and functional deficits through the specialty of plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Dr. Morton values a trusting and honest relationship with his patients. He practices the diverse breadth of reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery including alloplastic and autologous breast reconstruction, free tissue transfer, hand surgery, skin cancer treatment and Mohs reconstruction, cancer defect reconstruction, and cosmetic breast, body and facial plastic surgery.
He continues his affiliation with the University of Washington as a clinical instructor of plastic and reconstructive surgery where he participates in teaching the next generation of plastic surgeons.