Dr. Zubowski named one of the Top 10 Plastic Surgeons of 2013
Aesthetic Everything®, the only online social networking platform for the global aesthetic industry, presents the 2013 Top 10 Plastic Surgeons in America. Dr. Robert Zubowski was awarded with 4th best top plastic surgeon in America.
This is an honor for Dr. Zubowski as he prides himself on ensuring that every patient he sees receives the personal attention and customized medical care they require based on candid discussions between the patient and himself. Dr. Zubowski strives to understand each and every patient’s unique perspective and point of view. With this in mind, Dr. Zubowski has a better understanding of a patient’s aesthetic concerns as well as how the procedure itself will impact not just their body, but the person as a whole and make a positive impact on their life.
Dr. Zubowski is dedicated to offering patients the latest innovations in nonsurgical and surgical procedures, as well as providing the facts about what is safe and realistic. Despite the two decades of experience he’s garnered as a board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Robert Zubowski still gets excited about the most basic of cosmetic surgery’s principles — it can and will positively impact people’s lives.
Dr. Zubowski is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Society for Plastic Surgery, the American Medical Association, and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He has also notably appeared as Barbara Walters’ guest on “The View,” FOX News, The Real Housewives of New Jersey and the New Jersey News Network.
After several years of performing breast reconstruction surgery for cancer survivors, Dr. Zubowski began to recognize a need for support among these courageous women, so he co-founded the New Jersey chapter of Image Reborn, a non-profit support group for breast reconstruction patients. Additionally, he has worked pro bono for Interplast, with whom he traveled to Third World countries performing reconstructive surgeries for children born with birth defects. He also invests in his own community, formerly serving as president of his town’s Board of Health and as a member of its recreation commission.