When it comes to plastic surgery procedures, a person with expectations that are in line with what the procedure offers is more likely to be pleased with the results. People who expect entire transformations from a cosmetic surgery procedure or treatment can feel let down, and they may feel that a successful surgical outcome was …Read More
Mark L. Jewell, MD
10 Coburg Road #300
Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: (541) 683-3234
Fax: (541) 683-8610
Monday – Thursday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m.–2 p.m.
Category Archives: Plastic Surgery
As the cosmetic surgery industry continues to thrive there is no shortage of unqualified physicians looking to cash in on the increasing popularity. As new “medical spas” pop up in communities across the nation it is more important than ever to research the location that is providing care to you or your loved ones. While …Read More
Dr. Mark Jewell has returned from the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) that was held in Vancouver, BC. At the meeting, Dr. Jewell presented scientific papers on his work with a new bioengineered material called Seri Scaffold™ and on the risk profile of various types of breast implants, that …Read More
Dr. Jewell would like to thank his patients and colleagues for recognizing him as the Eugene Register Guard Reader’s Choice top cosmetic surgeon. Nothing means more to a physician than their reputation when it comes to caring for patients. Dr. Jewell offers the complete range of aesthetic care to his patients. Our new office at …Read More
McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center Introduces use of Synergy Springfield, OR (January 7, 2008) -- Mark Jewell, M.D., a Eugene plastic surgeon, became the first surgeon in the United States to use a newly developed handpiece that promotes precision during surgical procedures. On December 21, 2007, Dr. Jewell used the Synergy handpiece during a plastic surgery procedure …Read More
New ASAPS Campaign for Patient Safety Coincides with DVT Awareness Month Surgeons who do not use prophylaxis (preventive measures) or do not properly implement prophylaxis often may be risking their patients’ safety, according to a new article on prevention of venous thromboembolic (VTE) events in cosmetic surgery patients appearing in the March/April issue of Aesthetic …Read More