From the July/August edition of
Palm Beach Illustrated…
“In a League of His Own”
Dr. Jeffrey Wisnicki is a “doctor’s doctor.”
Recognized for three consecutive years by Who’s Who in American Health Care and Medicine and Who’s Who in America, Dr. Wisnicki has been selected for inclusion in the nonprofit consumer research book, Guide to Top Doctors, which lists “doctors’ doctors” – those physicians in whose hands other doctors would place the care of their loved ones. One of the reasons: the plastic surgeon’s impeccable credentials and abilities.
A board-certified Diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, Dr. Wisnicki is an active member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. He received his surgery and plastic surgery training at Stanford University and did his fellowship at Dartmouth University.
“Plastic surgery is certainly an art form, but it is the science of medicine which makes it safe and practical,” explains Dr. Wisnicki, who has been a physician for 20 years, practicing in South Florida over the last 14 years. “I offer my patients the training and experience that they should seek when entrusting themselves to a plastic surgeon. My practice offers a very individualized approach to plastic surgery, recognizing that the advanced procedures and techniques we use today must be tailored to each patient’s needs.”
That may be facial rejuvenation, necklifts or eyelid lifts to address sagging skin and muscle. Or it may be laser skin resurfacing, peels, microdermabrasion and collagen injections to help reduce wrinkles and to freshen skin. For women, it may mean contour-enhancing breast surgery – be it with saline implants, uplifting or reduction procedures – to give the patient a brand new sense of self.
Each step of the way, Dr. Wisnicki places a premium on education, a particularly critical aspect of patient care when it comes to a potentially frightening – yet exciting – procedure such as elective cosmetic surgery.
“It is our philosophy that a well-informed patient is the best approach to allaying fears and uncertainty,” he explains. “Patients are encouraged to explore all questions and concerns with me and with my staff and they are invited to come in as often as they wish before and after their procedures.”
“We wish to put our patients at ease,” he adds, “so that they may enjoy the pleasing outcomes that cosmetic surgery may provide.”