Napa Valley Plastic Surgery has offered Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery to the North Bay Area since 1977. Our main office and nationally certified surgery center are in Napa, but we maintain satellite offices in the cities of Sonoma and Vacaville.


Contact Details

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  City Napa, CA
  Zip Code 94558
  Address 1175 Trancas St
  Phone Number (707) 258-6053

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From Our Website

Dr. William J. McClure, Dr. Brian K. Klink, and Dr. Brett Snyder have joined their practices to create the new, Napa Solano Plastic Surgery. Together they can provide their patients with the utmost in surgical skill, the latest in plastic surgery technology, the experience and compassion of an excellent staff, and the comforts and safety of state of the art surgical facilities. Patients can be seen at either the Napa, Vacaville, or Sonoma office. Both the Napa and Vacaville offices have a AAAASF certified surgery center.


From your first consultation through your recovery and follow-up, Dr. William McClure, Dr. Brian Klink, and Dr. Brett Snyder put your well-being first. They make sure you get the quality medical care and personal attention that you deserve. We recognize the importance of a state-of-the-art treatment centers, utilizing the latest technology and backed by our dedicated staff. The most exciting aspect of our approach is the way these elements are brought together to provide a comforting experience and more importantly, quality results.


For the doctors of Napa Solano Plastic Surgery these are common operations and procedures. They are safe, the recoveries are quick, and patients are happy with the results. We call them elective operations or procedures, which means that you the patient makes the choice. To make a decision ones needs information. This is what Dr. McClure, Dr. Klink, and Dr. Snyder will give you during the initial consultation. To help make a decision patients are encouraged to call back with questions or return to see the doctor in person.