When it comes to your facial appearance, preserving natural contours, knowing which features to enhance and which ones not to, will make the difference between enhancing your self or appearing unnatural.
Dr. Siegel is sought out by highly sophisticated, discerning patients because of his innovative, yet conservative approach to Facial procedures- achieving natural, rested, and proportionate outcomes that exceed patients’ expectations.
Even in a city (Houston) where cosmetic providers abound, Dr. Siegel has become the “face go-to guy” because of his ability to translate each patient’s aesthetic vision into natural and balanced results.
A native of Mexico City, Dr. Siegel obtained his undergraduate degree with honors from The University of South Florida, which was followed by his medical degree from The George Washington University School of Medicine. Residency and subspecialty training followed, as Dr. Siegel dedicated the next seven years of his career mastering the intricacies of facial anatomy, and obtaining his first board certification through the AAOHNS (American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery), and subsequently his second one, in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, after completing sub-specialty training in this discipline through the AAFPRS (American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery).
After his extensive training though, Dr. Siegel grew frustrated with the status quo of Plastic Surgery. Too tight, too pulled, and too “plastic” was the norm. Extreme and/or unnecessary surgeries did not result in balanced results. Over the last decade, Dr. Siegel has refined each of his facial procedures. Whether it’s a little plump with a facial filler, a Vertical Facelift surgery, or a rhinoplasty, his approach aims to enhance, not change.
Patients from all walks of life – newscasters, working or career moms, Miss Universe contestants, housewives, and politicians – among others, have trusted Dr. Siegel with their face, not only because of his credentials, experience, and his “eye” for aesthetic balance, but more importantly, because of his keen interest in each of his patients as individuals.