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Dr. Walt Sweeney

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Dr. Walt Sweeney is a plastic surgeon offering exceptional results for his patients. With attention to detail and an artistic eye, Dr. Sweeney provides outcomes to restore and enhance the breast, body, and face. Utilizing his meticulous skill, he works with his patients to understand their aesthetic goals before creating a customized procedure plan to produce them. Dr. Sweeney’s goal is to help patients to look and feel their best through innovative procedure options and advanced surgical techniques.

Skills And Specialties

At his Winter Park, FL practice, Dr. Sweeney offers a variety of procedures for the breast, body, face, and skin. For patients wanting to enhance or alter their breasts, he performs breast augmentation and breast lift procedures, as well as a combination of the two procedures. Dr. Sweeney also provides mommy makeover procedures for women who want to gain back their pre-pregnancy bodies. Additionally, he offers facelift surgeries in order to help combat the signs of aging in the face. At his on-site MedSpa, Dr. Sweeney and his trained team of aesthetic professionals provide nonsurgical solutions for the body and face.

Education And Training

Prior to starting his career as a plastic surgeon, Dr. Sweeney proudly served in the United States Air Force and attended the United States Air Force Academy. He received his medical degree from the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine with a special certification in clinical research. At Northwestern Memorial Hospital, one of the premier plastic surgery training institutions, Dr. Sweeney completed his plastic and reconstructive surgery residency. During this time he published numerous articles helping to stay on the cutting edge in plastic surgery. Following residency, Dr. Sweeney learned from one of the most prestigious celebrity plastic surgeons in Beverly Hills and he brings those cutting edge techniques to Winter Park, FL.

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