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Meet Dr. Kristi Hustak

Mother of 3, Loving Wife, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, & Women's Health Advocate

The Inspiration

Dr. Hustak was born on an Apache Indian Reservation in Whiteriver, Arizona. Her mother worked as a surgical first assist for an aesthetic plastic surgeon, and Dr. Hustak, at age 14, eagerly watched her first surgery.  This sparked her passion for the field.

Dr. Hustak’s training started in Ohio where she lived for 8 years. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with Distinction in Medical Technology from The Ohio State University in 2004.  She subsequently enrolled in medical school and completed a medical mission in Trujillo, Peru, where she expanded her international surgical interests.  For 6 years, Dr. Hustak completed a highly competitive integrated plastic surgery program at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) in Galveston, Texas.

Dr.Hustak's Commitment to Excellence

She is an active clinical faculty member in plastic surgery and trains residents from several local academic medical centers in the Houston area as they learn both cosmetic and reconstructive principles.  She also serves as a faculty member in the physician healing track at the University Texas Medical Branch, mentoring medical students in the development of their professional identity as doctors and healers. She is an Assistant Program Director for the Aesthetic Center for Plastic Surgery Aesthetic Fellowship that started in 2016.

“Dr. Hustak is committed to utilizing her talents to rejuvenate your body and restore form and function, while refreshing your soul through the art of plastic surgery”

National Speaker, Local Authority, & Innovator

Dr. Hustak is a recognized authority and sought-after national speaker on female genital rejuvenation and cellulite. She frequently shares her expertise at local and national conferences, including those hosted by The Aesthetic Society and Revelle Aesthetics. Dr. Hustak has developed several innovative techniques in her field and regularly publishes research with her ACPS colleagues to enhance the safety and efficacy of procedures. In addition to her national presence, she is actively involved in the local community, educating both men and women on bodily changes and options for aesthetic and reconstructive improvement. Furthermore, she trains providers on vaginal rejuvenation devices, helping to establish standards of care within the community.

Women Empowerment

Dr. Hustak is a dedicated women's health advocate and a beacon of empowerment for women everywhere. Through her comprehensive mommy makeover procedures, she helps women reclaim their bodies and confidence, providing a holistic approach to post-baby body restoration. Specializing in vaginal rejuvenation, which can be seamlessly integrated into her complete mommy makeover procedures, Dr. Hustak addresses both the aesthetic and functional aspects of women's health. Her work empowers mothers seeking to regain their pre-pregnancy bodies and supports women on their weight loss journeys, offering them the opportunity to feel rejuvenated and confident. She believes that every woman’s path is unique and important, encouraging them to embrace their journeys and celebrate their achievements in a safe and supportive environment.

Dr. Hustak stands out in the greater Houston area as one of the few doctors specializing in vaginal rejuvenation, and she uniquely emphasizes its inclusion in the "complete mommy makeover" during patient consultations. She has refined a novel technique that enables labial reduction and vaginal tightening to be performed under local anesthesia in the clinic, eliminating the need for general anesthesia. This less invasive approach is highly appreciated by her patients, who value the avoidance of IVs, tubes, and the deep sedation associated with general surgery.

Advocacy, education, and passion are core tenets of medical professionals, and I embrace them whole-heartedly

Academic Education

Undergraduate Program

9/2000-6/2004 The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH B.S. Medical Technology, Magna Cum Laude with Distinction

Doctor of Medicine

8/2004-6/2008 The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus, OH Magna Cum Laude

Post Graduate Training

7/2008-6/2014 University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX Resident, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Awards and Honors


1- Kristi Hustak et al. Coin Plastic Surgey. 2022 Oct “Anatomic Changes of the Vulva Due to Childbirth and Aging

2- Rolando Morales Jr et al. Aesthetic Surgery J. 2017 Response to “Comparing a Propofol Infusion with General Endotracheal Anesthesia in Plastic Surgery Patients”

3- Everett, M, et al. “Safest Practices for Autologous Buttocks Augmentation with Fat Grafting Using a Roller Pump Injection Technique.” Aesthet Surg J. 2018 June 13;38(7):751-762

4- Morales R Jr, et al. “Response to comparing a propofol infusion with general endotracheal anesthesia in plastic surgery patients.” Aesthet Surg J. 2017 Apr 1;37(4)

5- Morales R Jr, et al. “Response to Concerns Regarding Use of Oral Anticoagulation (Rivaroxaban and Apixaban) for Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis in Plastic Surgery Patients.” Aesthet Surg J. 2016 Sep;36(8)

6- Morales R Jr, et al. “Safety and Efficacy of Novel Oral Anticoagulants vs. Low Molecular Weight Heparin for Thromboprophylaxis in Large-Volume Liposuction and Body Contouring Procedures.” Aesthet Surg J. 201 AP;36(4):440-9


1- 2023 CSAPS Canadian Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery 50th Anniversary, Vancouver, Canada

2- “Multimodal Lower Body Rejuvenation” -Video Presentation

3- “Safely Combining Fat Grafting with Trunk Liposuction and Abdominoplasty” -Lecture

4- “Intraoperative Strategies in Dimensional Abdominoplasty and Mons Lecture” -Lecture

5- 2023 A Winning Combination Breast and Body Symposium, The Aesthetic Society, Omni Scottsdale Resort and Spa Scottsdale, AZ

6- 2023 American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Annual Conference, Miami, FL

7- “How to safely combine other procedure with buttock augmentation” -Discussant

8- “The new abdominoplasty: tips for maximizing outcomes” -Panelist

9- “Aesthetic Breast revision - capon, malpositions , and refitting” -Co-Chair

10- “Beyond labiaplasty: Comprehensive Female Genital Aesthetics” -Panelist

11- 2023 Annual Innovations Summit, Miami, FL “Use of Aveli in lower body rejuvenation”

12- 2023 Women Plastic Surgery Conference, Charleston, SC “Gluteal use of fat grafting”

13-2022 Baltic Cruise Aesthetic Society “20 tips for safer liposuction with combination procedures”

14- “Is high definition liposuction worth it?”

15- “Fats fillers and tranexamic acid- wise or foolish” -Moderator

16- “Safety in secondary mastopexy”

17- “Current status on Bia-alcl and bio-surgeons concerns regarding safety of breast implants”

18- “Managing complications in female genital surgery”

19- “How to best integrate surgical and nonsurgical female genital rejuvenation into your practice”

20- “5 step monsplasty”

21- “How to maximize aesthetics in breast or body contouring safely”

22- 2022 Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Annual Conference, San Diego, CA “Labia majora contouring with fat grafting”

23- 2022 Aesthetic Breast Mini Symposium “Complex aesthetic breast revision” -Cochair

24-2022 Breast and Body Meeting Dallas, TX “Ultrasound course” - Moderator

25- “Managing the explantation patient the good, the bad, the ugly”. -Panel

26-“Advanced tips, abdominoplasty”. -Panel

27- “High resolution ultrasound for the plastic surgeon.” -Panelist

28-“Considerations to enhance aesthetic results and safety of buttock augmentation.” –Panel

29- “High definition liposuction-creating long term outcomes, preventing complications.” -Panel

30- 2021 Breast and Body Meeting, Dallas, TX “3-D liposculpture preventing poor results and complications”

31- 2021 American Society for Plastic Surgery Annual Conference, Miami, FL

32- 2021 Plastic Surgery “The Meeting” (ASPS) “Go low or go high: optimizing results in female genital surgery”

33- 2018 American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Annual Meeting Chicago, IL “Comprehensive techniques in female genital rejuvenation”

34- 2018 American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Annual Meeting Resident Section, New York City, NY "Labia minora reduction with radiofrequency treatment"

35- 2018 American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Annual Conference, New York City, NY "Keeping your Body Contouring Patients Safe: Twenty Tips to Better Contouring Strategies and Safer Surgeries"

36- 2017 American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Annual Conference, San Diego, CA “Current Trends in female genital rejuvenation”

37- 2017 American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Annual Conference, San Diego, CA “Keeping your Liposuction Patients Safe, Twenty Tips to Better Contouring Strategies and Safer Surgery”

38- 2016 Menopause and Midline Conference “Genital rejuvenation in midlife”

39- 2016 American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV “Female genital rejuvenation using ThermiVA” Hot Topics

40- 2014 Singleton Surgical Society, Galveston, TX “Use of Parascapular flaps in grade 4 axillary burn scar contractures”

41- 2004 Committee on Institutional Cooperation, Ames, IA “The role of HSV-1 in modulating the immune system through MHC Class II molecules”

42- 2004 Denman Research Forum, Columbus, OH “The role of herpes simplex type 1 protein ICP 34.5 in modulating major histocompatibility complex type 2 proteins and endocytosis”

43- 2004 School of Allied Med Professional Thesis Forum Columbus, OH “The role of HSV-1 ICP 34.5 protein in regulating MHC class II molecules”

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