About Andrew Hayduke
Dr. Hayduke is a board certified plastic surgeon whose practice focuses on aesthetic (cosmetic) surgery. His practice niche is cosmetic plastic surgery for the most discerning clientele of Beverly Hills, Southern California, and the world. His boutique cosmetic surgery practice evolved from years of “word of mouth” referrals rather than from outright television, radio, internet or print advertising. His clients primarily originate as direct referrals from other doctors or from prior happy patients from around the globe. Dr. Hayduke is an active member of the most elite society of board certified plastic surgeons who specialize in cosmetic surgery, known as The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. He was listed as a “Top Doctor” in plastic surgery by U.S. News and World Report, where his selection was made based on nominations from other doctors (peers) and reviewed by an independent physician led research team. He has been featured in the national edition of The New York Times as one of the “Top Cosmetic Doctors in the Nation.” He has been recognized as one of “America’s Top Plastic Surgeons” by an independent Washington D.C. based consumer’s research organization. Dr. Hayduke was also repeatedly chosen as the recipient of the “Patients’ Choice Award” based on the quality and consistency of his reviews from actual patients. Dr. Hayduke has served as the Chief of Plastic Surgery of Eisenhower Medical Center. Although Dr. Hayduke’s practice focus is cosmetic plastic surgery of the face, breasts and body – Dr. Hayduke has always felt very strongly about being involved in complex cancer reconstruction. Ever since his first days in practice, Dr. Hayduke has always been intimately involved in breast cancer reconstruction after mastectomy. In addition, Dr. Hayduke reconstructs complex facial defects that result from facial cancers as well as from devastating traumatic injuries (dog bites, car accidents, etc). The American Cancer Society is Dr. Hayduke’s favorite charity and this organization receives a portion of Dr. Hayduke’s yearly proceeds.