Todd A. Morton, MD
Dr. Morton is a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon with an M.D. from the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Colorado School of Engineering and Applied Science in Boulder.
Dr. Morton completed a Categorical Surgery Internship as well as a residency in General Surgery at Fitzsimons Army Medical Center in Aurora, CO. Following this, he completed a Plastic Surgery residency at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. In addition, Dr. Morton has also undergone training while serving in the military, including serving as the General Surgery Chief at the Ireland Army Community Hospital in Fort Knox, KY and as a plastic surgeon at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Morton is actively training new surgeons within our Sono Bello Aesthetic Fellowship program where he serves as one of our Medical Directors.
A Sono Bello career affords one the ultimate flexibility in the practice of their professional skill set. This opportunity comes without the burdens of ownership and management of an aesthetic professional practice. Our practice model supports the clinician with an experienced, sophisticated, mature and effective sales division. The clinical support division is comprehensive pre and post operatively, permitting the surgeon a constantly adjustable schedule to expand and contract to changing needs of family, lifestyle and other professional obligations.
Sono Bello is a proven, established professional organization that has been the standard for others to mimic and compare. The organization is on secure, sound footing and embraces growth as a goal. We are the marketplace leader, not only in market share but also clinical institutional knowledge. Our average clinician will perform more contouring procedures in a day than many community aesthetic providers will perform in a month. The opportunity of clinical mastery becomes an expectation.
As the organization expands and grows, so do the opportunities for professional career and leadership development. The opportunity to foster professional development of others as well as honing leadership skill for those inclined, exists and is increasing with time.
Compensation is productivity based and more than fair. Benefits and other components of professional compensation are also expanding to continue attracting the most desirable professional staff available.
Todd Morton, MD