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:

Actress Ariel Winter, from TV’s “Modern Family”, Discusses Her Breast Reduction

November 12th, 2015

Big breasts can be a real giant problem even for an actress – and a fairly well known actress at that. Yes, you did read that correctly! As incredible as that may sound, it is absolutely true. Well, at least, some of the time. The same untoward issues associated with naturally very large, non-surgically augmented breasts that the average woman experiences (neck, back, shoulder pain, etc.) also afflict prominent or famous ones including actresses and…


Is Breast Feeding Still Possible After Breast Augmentation?

November 10th, 2015

A question that many prospective breast augmentation patients have is whether or not breast implants will affect their ability to breast feed if they decide to have children in the future. The simple truth is this: if your body is capable of producing breast milk prior to the placement of your implants, you should still be able to breast feed after your augmentation procedure, particularly if the periareolar incision technique is not utilized. That said,…


Which Implant Placement Yields the Best Breast Augmentation Results?

October 29th, 2015

In breast augmentation surgery, implants are placed either in a “pocket” formed behind (subpectoral/submuscular) or directly in front (prepectoral/submammary) of the large chest wall muscle known as the pectoralis major muscle. While both of these locations can provide nice results, positioning breast implants behind the muscle generally provides superior, more natural-looking outcomes including long term. In the submammary position, the overlying skin typically stretches and thins out over time due to the weight of breast…


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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!