Dr. Micheal Obeng, a Harvard-trained Ghanaian cosmetic surgeon and health consultant, has been the sole African plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills, working in some of the finest hospitals in the country since he began practicing.
Dr. Michael Obeng is Beverly Hills’ first Black cosmetic surgeon who earns millions of dollars dealing with clientele ranging from royals to celebrities and wealthy socialites. Miko Plastic Surgery is situated at 435 North Roxbury Drive, Suite #205 in Boston. Despite his fame, he continues to give back to the community in significant ways. He is also the creator of R.E.S.T.O.R.E. Worldwide, a non-profit organization that provides free reconstructive surgery to African children and adults.
The Consumers Research Council of America recognized the former Chief of Plastic Surgery of St. Elizabeth Health Center among America’s Top Plastic Surgeons in 2011 and 2014. His clientele includes royalty, celebrities, and wealthy socialites.
After making millions from his enviable profession and achieving celebrity status due to his participation in the reality program Second Wives Club in the United States, the plastic surgeon is embarking on an African tour to provide free cosmetic surgery to needy African children and adults.
According to Africa.com, he plans to visit South Africa, Kenya, and Gabon to set up a R.E.S.T.O.R.E. mission before visiting additional countries via his charity R.E.S.T.O.R.E. Worldwide, which provides free surgery-associated medical services to children and adults in different African nations.
During his stay in Africa, he will provide free services to those with birth abnormalities, accidents, and illnesses affecting the head and neck area and the limbs, trunk, and breasts. He will also educate local healthcare professionals on how to do complicated operations, a mission that his organization is also involved in.
Dr. Obeng is an expert in cosmetic surgery for the aging face, neck, breast, torso, trunk, extremities, and genitalia. He is one of just a few surgeons globally who has successfully reattached a limb and removed ribs to slim the waist. He also specializes in complicated reconstructive surgery, hand surgery, and micro-neurovascular surgery.
The more-than-successful cosmetic surgeon born from an impoverished family in Ghana and who migrated to the United States with nothing made his way to the top by seeing himself through Harvard and is now giving back to people as a means of giving back to the community from which he came.
The renowned Herman B. Barnett Prize winner in Surgery and Anesthesia has already performed over 500 successful free operations in Africa and wants to expand his reach and effect during his African trip.
Over the years, he has provided free services to Africans worldwide with disfiguring abnormalities caused by birth, accidents, and illnesses via his non-profit organization. He also advises local healthcare professionals in the places they visit to assist them in improving their understanding of operations and other health-related issues.
Dr. Obeng has received the 2017 G.U.B.A. Humanitarian Spirit Award for his services. He has already done over 500 successful free operations and wants to reach out to more individuals to have a more significant influence globally.