Peter T. Hetzler, MD, has distinguished himself as a top surgeon throughout his many years in practice. Certified by the American Board of Surgery in 1989,
We all deserve a youthful appearance proportionate to our level of health. Cosmetic and reconstructive surgery is there to help us feel healthier and more confident about ourselves.
Non-surgical treatments, or minimally invasive cosmetic procedures, are used to reduce the appearance of facial lines, remove unwanted hair, and even out skin pigmentation.
Take a look at our before and after patients photos. From body contouring to breast enhancement and face lifting, we are here for you.
The staff of Dr. Hetzler’s office will guide you through your treatment with compassion, care and professionalism during every step of your experience with us.
Check out our monthly specials and seasonal offerings. Every month we feature a different procedure like botox, juvederm, coolsculpting and many others!
For your convenience, our forms are available online. In order to save time and make the most of your visit, please print, complete and bring these forms to your 1st appointment.
Welcome to the practice of Peter T. Hetzler, M.D., FACS. Dr. Hetzler is certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery and has over twenty years of experience practicing aesthetic plastic and reconstructive surgery. He has made it his mission to provide each patient the most personal attention possible throughout the plastic surgery process.
Dr. Hetzler is widely known for his expertise in surgery of the breast, especially breast reconstruction following surgery for breast cancer. He is a principal investigator in an ongoing clinical study for the shaped, silicone-filled breast implants for use in reconstruction and revision. ” Performing breast reconstruction has been my passion since I began my training in 1981. I feel truly honored that these inspiring women have chosen me to be part of their reconstructive process. Breast cancer has also touched me personally. Three close family members have been diagnosed with this disease.”