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Dr. Brooke R. Seckel is a nationally and internationally recognized authority on Plastic Surgery. He performs all types of cosmetic, facial and breast plastic surger.

Dr. Seckel was founder and Director of the Lahey Center for Cosmetic and Laser Surgery in Lexington, Massachusetts. He was also the founder and first chairman of the Department of Plastic Surgery at The Lahey Clinic in Burlington, Massachusetts, a large multi-specialty group practice hospital in the Boston area. At Lahey Clinic he founded the Lahey Clinic Residency Program in Plastic Surgery and the Plastic Surgery Research Laboratory where he conducted basic science research in nerve regeneration, spinal cord regeneration and laser tissue interactions.

He is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, The American Board of Neurology, and the American Board of Emergency Medicine. He is a member of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, American Society of Plastic Surgeons, American Association of Plastic Surgeons.

He is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School, and was recently voted one of the "Best Doctors in America" by Best Doctors Inc. Boston Magazine has also recognized Dr. Brooke Seckel as one of the "Top Doctors in Boston." He is also a "top Plastic Surgeon on Realself.com

Dr. Seckel has published over 100 scientific articles in the field of plastic surgery and authored the first book on cosmetic laser surgery in 1995 entitled "Aesthetic Laser Surgery". He also published, Facial Danger Zones, a book devoted to teaching surgeons how to perform facial surgery safely without injuring the facial nerves.

Dr. Seckel has also published "Save Your Face" - The Revolutionary 6-step Non-surgical Facial Rejuvenation Program which discusses, in easy to understand language, the causes and prevention of facial aging, and the revolutionary new non-surgical methods for facial rejuvenation.

Dr Seckel maintains an active plastic surgery practice in the Boston area. He is on the staff at the Lahey Clinic and Emerson Hospital and maintains an office at Emerson Hospital in Concord, Massachusetts. He resides in Concord and is the father of two children. In his spare time he enjoys sailing at Cape Cod, woodworking, building furniture, restoring his antique home and spending time with his German Shepherd, Zephyr.

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