SHREWSBURY, NJ – September 29, 2003 – The Plastic Surgery Center announced today that one of its doctors, plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Andrew Elkwood, was selected by New York Magazine as one of the sharpest new talents in plastic surgery.
In an issue published today, New York Magazine queried the best plastic surgeons in the city to name the most promising talent in the field. Chosen as one of the top 15 up-and-comers, Dr. Andrew Elkwood was recognized for applying his reconstructive surgery technique to his work in cosmetic surgery. Known for creating medical breakthroughs through his cutting-edge reconstructive techniques, Dr. Elkwood was also acknowledged for minimally invasive tummy-tucks, which are best for women after pregnancy, and breast augmentation in a procedure where he enters through the belly button.
“I’m extremely flattered to be recognized in such a prestigious magazine by the leading doctors in the industry,” said Dr. Elkwood. “As the plastic/cosmetic surgery field continues to evolve through advancements in medical technology, we are confident that patients will benefit from exciting new procedures.”
With a main office in Shrewsbury, NY, Dr. Elkwood also has an office in Manhattan, and performs surgery at several hospitals throughout New York and New Jersey. Dr. Elkwood completed his general surgery and plastic surgery at New York University.
About The Plastic Surgery Center
The Plastic Surgery Center is located in Shrewsbury, NJ and is comprised of leading surgeons who excel at facial and body procedures. Dedicated to personalized care in a comfortable, friendly setting, the Plastic Surgery Center utilizes the most advanced equipment and technology to provide safe and natural results.
About Dr. Elkwood
Dr. Andrew Elkwood is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon who performs unique operations involving nerve rebuilding and complex reconstruction. Dr. Elkwood and his team are among the few doctors in the country to perform operations such as brachial plexus reconstruction, facial reanimation, nerve transplantation, and nerve grafting to preserve erectile function after prostate cancer.