Steven H. Turkeltaub, MD

Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery

With the emphasis on beauty in our society, appearance can be very important for social reasons, career advancement, and self-esteem. If you are unhappy with your face or body, cosmetic surgery may be able to help you look and feel better. In the plastic surgery community, Dr. Turkeltaub is known for his surgical skills, beautiful outcomes, and his commitment to excellence. He offers effective, state of the art procedures that are individualized to meet each of his patient’s unique needs.

Dr. Turkeltaub and his entire staff are dedicated to making your plastic surgery experience pleasant and rewarding.

Please contact the Arizona Center for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery today for more information, or to schedule a consultation.

Recent Blog Posts:

“Rare” Case of Size and Symptoms Leading a Woman Seek Breast Implant Removal

April 19th, 2014

In my experience of over 26 years as a plastic surgeon in the Scottsdale and Phoenix Metropolitan area, I have noted that a vast majority of women who have had breast implants placed either for a breast enlargement or breast lift with implants, don’t at some point in time elect to have them permanently removed (explantation). They are usually very happy with their outcomes and the multitude of benefits that breast enlargement and/or rejuvenation provides…


A Horseshoe Shaped Keloid of the Earlobe

April 12th, 2014

The earlobe and ear in general is probably the most common location for the formation of keloids and no racial group is immune to their development. Darker complected ethnic groups such as blacks and many Hispanics, have a much greater risk for their formation though I have seen them present even in fair complected individuals such as those of Irish and German descent. Unfortunately, keloids in this location can be quite conspicuous particularly when they…


The Malignant Melanoma “Epidemic”

April 5th, 2014

Skin cancers are the most common malignancy affecting Americans with basal cell carcinoma being the most common, followed by squamous cell carcinoma and then malignant melanoma. Basal and squamous cell carcinomas are usually skin colored, typically just grow locally and rarely spread elsewhere except in the most advanced, neglected situations. These two comprise at least 80% of all skin cancers. On the other hand, malignant melanomas are virtually always pigmented, are far more virulent and…


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Dear Dr. Turkeltaub and staff,
I wanted to express a special thank you to you and everyone else in the office for the warm treatment you showed me. I found talking to you especially helpful and you gave me the confidence to finally go through with the surgery. A appreciate your input a lot. Dr. Turkeltaub is great and he and his staff will be highly recommended whenever someone may admire the new me!

Dr. Turkeltaub,
Your surgical expertise is Genius! The warmth and professionalism that you give is the ultimate comfort. Thank you for all that you are doing. May you continue to bless and help all those who are fortunate to be in your care!