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CHESTNUT HILL, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/02/15 -- The June issue of Plastic Surgery Practice, the leading plastic surgery trade publication, names Dr. Jeffrey Spiegel as one of the 15 most influential people in plastic surgery in 2015. Boston, a city which is unlike LA, NY, Miami, Dallas, or Las Vegas is not typically known for plastic surgery advances. Dr. Spiegel's innovative work in understanding beauty and his development of effective and safe new surgical procedures drew the attention of the magazine's board and earned him the notoriety alongside leading physicians such as Dr. Fred Brandt and Dr. Zein Obagi and the physicians from the television show Botched.
"It is an honor to be included in Plastic Surgery Practice's top 15 most influential people of 2015. I work with clients from all over the world and I am thrilled to be recognized for my work in changing people's lives," said Dr. Jeffrey Spiegel. "It's humbling to know that my work has been seen as so influential in the recognition of beauty and the ability to translate theory into practice and provide beautiful results."
Dr. Jeffrey Spiegel is a world renowned plastic surgeon specializing in advanced facial plastic surgery. Headquartered in Boston and Chestnut Hill, Dr. Spiegel sees patients from around the world who come for the most safe, effective, and beautiful facial plastic surgery available anywhere. He has uniquely pioneered an understanding of the relationship between femininity, gender, and attractiveness, and applies these surgical techniques to help patients with solutions unavailable anywhere else in the world.
Dr. Spiegel is double board-certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery. He is the director of an academy accredited facial plastic surgery fellowship and professor at Boston University School of Medicine. His website is www.drspiegel.com.
Plastic Surgery Practice is the brand that 12,000 plastic surgeons rely on for the latest information on the clinical innovations, practice-management trends, emerging products and technologies, and news stories that drive their field. With well-thought-out articles by leading practitioners, PSP gets to the core of the most complex issues in plastic surgery, including controversial new treatments, the use of highly technical equipment, and physician-patient interactions. See more at: http://www.plasticsurgerypractice.comPress contact: CWR & Partners, LLP Ronnie Welch NEXT ARTICLE