Columbia, SC

Columbia’s Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Lefkowitz

An Experienced Doctor, Right Here At Home

Dr. Lefkowitz began his Lexington practice after completing the prestigious Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship at the Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital (MEETH) of Lenox Hill Hospital under the direct tutelage of Dr. Sherrell Aston, one of the foremost international experts in aesthetic plastic surgery. Dr. Lefkowitz is one of a select few plastic surgeons in the United States who have undergone additional formal post-graduate training in aesthetic surgery.

Prior to earning this highly coveted fellowship, Dr. Lefkowitz completed his general surgery residency at St. Vincent’s Hospital and Medical Center – New York Medical College in Manhattan. He then pursued his passion for plastic surgery under the leadership of Dr. Bradon J. Wilhelmi at the University of Louisville.

 

Education

Dr. Lefkowitz earned his MD from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. He is also a Tulane University alumnus, where he graduated Cum Laude.

 

Dual Board Certified

American Board of Plastic Surgery
November 2013 – December 2023

American Board of Surgery
November 2010 – July 2021

Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Fellow
Dr. Sherrell J. Aston
Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, NY 

Doctor of Medicine
Medical University of South Carolina
Charleston, South Carolina


Full Curriculum Vitae

Philosophy

Plastic surgery is an art and a science. Dr. Lefkowitz applies the latest surgical techniques to achieve harmony, proportion, and balance. Your concerns and comfort are his top priorities, and he will work with you to design a customized treatment plan emphasizing naturally beautiful results.


Our Philosophy

Reconstructive Surgery

There are many options available to restore and reshape the breasts post-mastectomy. Dr. Lefkowitz understands each survivor’s journey is unique, and he is committed to helping you choose the best path toward full recovery and wellbeing.


Reconstructive Surgery


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