The Best Cosmetic Surgeon Award is a national recognition program granted annually to the cosmetic surgeon who is deemed to have best redefined surgery practices within the industry. The Boston and Chestnut Hill plastic surgeon has received this award for his pioneering work in advanced facial aesthetics.
PlasticSurgeryPractice.com is the website for the popular Plastic Surgery Practice medical magazine, which boasts a readership of over 12,000 surgeons. It is recognized as a go-to source for the latest information and for clinical innovations. The annual award given out signifies that the editorial board feels that Dr. Spiegel’s work is particularly notable and that the cosmetic surgeon in Boston offers the best in cutting-edge plastic surgery.
To customers and clients of the Boston plastic surgeon, this recognition signifies that those in New England are every bit as well cared for as residents in more glamorous and well-known areas such as on the west coast. Dr. Spiegel is now recognized as one of the best cosmetic surgeons among his peers, and can be found right in the Boston area.
About the Doctor:
Dr. Jeffrey Spiegel is a world renowned facial plastic surgeon specializing in advanced facial aesthetics for both male and female patients. He sees patients from around the world who come for the most safe, effective, and beautiful facial plastic surgery available. Dr. Jeffrey Spiegel, Chief of the Division of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at Boston University Medical Center, offers a full spectrum of cosmetic and reconstructive treatments including facelift, eyelift, nose surgery, facial shaping, and much more. For more information please visit http://www.drspiegel.com.
Dr. Jeffrey Spiegel is also a Professor at the Boston University School of Medicine, where he serves as the Chief of the Division of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. He has been an invited speaker at half a dozen different venues and received an honorable mention from the Triological Society for his thesis, “Facial Determinants of Female Gender and Feminizing Forehead Cranioplasty.”