Get to know Dr. Stacey June, Plastic, Reconstructive & Hand Surgeon at Advanced Specialty Care.
Dr. June is an accomplished plastic surgeon with over seven years of experience. She is board certified by the American Board of Osteopathic Surgery and has received outstanding reviews from both her colleagues and patients. Dr. June recently moved to Connecticut and is excited to call Greater Danbury home and to share her expertise and skill set with the community.
Dr. Stacey June specializes in plastic, reconstructive and hand surgery including facial & body surgery, post-mastectomy breast reconstruction, reconstruction following trauma or surgery, skin cancer excision, wound care, cosmetic procedures and non-surgical treatments such as Botox and fillers.
1. What’s your favorite part about working at Advanced Specialty Care?
I am excited to join a group of experts in their fields who provide the best and most innovative care possible to our patients.
2. What is it like working in a multi-specialty practice?
With the vast and growing medical field, it is great to have specialists in various areas to coordinate with and work together to improve the quality of patient care.
3. What are your favorite parts about being a plastic surgeon?
Being able to make patients feel whole again; whether reconstruction after hand trauma, breast cancer, wear and tear after having children, or turning back the clock.
4. What are the most challenging parts of your job?
As a plastic surgeon, the most challenging part of my job is fighting gravity. Just kidding! All joking aside, I, like many physicians, often find myself acting as a patient advocate when insurance companies don’t understand the needs of patients.
5. How did you get into the field? What lead you to plastic surgery?
Originally I wanted to be a trauma surgeon but I was drawn more to the healing and reconstructive aspects of plastic surgery which leads me to become a plastic & reconstructive surgeon.
6. What do you like to do outside of work?
I am the mother of two wonderful, young children that currently absorb all of my energy outside of work.
7. What’s on your bucket list?
I would love to stay in a bungalow on the water in Fiji.
8. What do you want patients to know about you?
I will go above and beyond to help my patients understand their diagnosis and both surgical and nonsurgical options whenever possible. No question is silly. This is likely the first time they are going through a procedure, but my staff and I have navigated through this innumerable times, and we are here to help.
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