Achieving the natural-looking results every patient wants is something Dr. Joseph Grzeskiewicz strives for with each procedure he performs, whether it’s breast augmentation or breast reduction. “I enjoy performing breast surgery the most and I would consider it to be my forte,” says the doctor. “With breast augmentations, I use a dual-plane technique for implant placement, which in my opinion, allows for a more naturallooking result. I try to be as meticulous as I can with the procedure, which is a very personalized experience where every woman has a different body shape and different needs, goals and dreams. The goal is to make my patients feel great about their bodies once again.”
In practice for nearly two decades, Dr. Joseph Grzeskiewicz provides cosmetic rejuvenation from head to toe. A member of multiple plastic surgery societies, as well as a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, Dr. G (as his patients call him) delivers specialized expertise in breast and body contouring, but also dedicates a large portion of his practice to providing natural-looking results with nonsurgical injectable treatments.
About My Practice:
What is your approach to treating patients?
I am really all about the patient—they are the reason why I do what I do. I am a physician and healer first, then a plastic surgeon and a specialist. I’ve devoted my efforts to developing skills in plastic surgery, but the ultimate goal is still to heal and complete the human being. I just do it through aesthetic surgery.
What is your operating room style?
I am very meticulous, to the point where I’ve actually been criticized, but it is important to me that I get the best result. I don’t cut corners or keep my eye on the clock—I’m not afraid to take extra time. I stay very focused on the procedure, but I’m also comfortable, calm and in control.
Why did you become a plastic surgeon?
I had an analytical math background before medicine, where I concentrated on theory and logic. I also studied art, where I was able to think creatively. Plastic surgery was a great mix for me—a blend of the artistic and scientific that allowed me to focus on my strengths.
What do you love most about your job?
The opportunity to make an impact on people’s lives. I can’t tell you what a great feeling it is when a patient comes back to see me post-op and suddenly they have blossomed. They have a new hairstyle or they’re wearing different clothing; they just feel great about themselves, and that’s why I do what I do.