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Board Certification

  • American Board of Plastic Surgery
    • – 1995
    • – 2015 Recertification
  • American Board of Surgery
    • – 1992

Professional Societies

  • American Society of Plastic Surgeons
    • – 1995
  • American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons
    • – 2000
  • Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
    • – 2001
  • Arizona Society of Plastic Surgeons
    • – 1993
  • Maricopa County Society of Plastic Surgeons
    • – 1993; Past President

Professional Training

  • Resident and Fellow in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
    • New York Hospital/Cornell Medical Center
    • Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
    • New York, New York
    • 1990-1992
  • Residency in General Surgery
    • Hartford Hospital/University of Connecticut
    • Hartford, Connecticut
    • 1985-1990
  • Internship in General Surgery
    • University of Virginia
    • Charlottesville, Virginia
    • 1984-1985

Education

  • University of Arizona School of Medicine
    • Tucson, Arizona Doctor of Medicine 1984
  • Occidental College
    • Los Angeles, California Bachelor of Arts Degree 1980

Licensure

  • Arizona Medical Board #20700

Hospital Affiliations

  • Present Scottsdale Healthcare Shea/Piper Surgical Center
    • Scottsdale, Arizona 1992
  • Present Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn/Greenbaum Surgical Center
    • Scottsdale, Arizona 1992.
  • Present Paradise Valley Cosmetic Surgery Center
    • Paradise Valley, Arizona 2000

Honors

  • Top Doc Plastic Surgery
    • Phoenix Magazine 2011, 2012
  • “Best Plastic Surgeon”
    • Scottsdale Magazine
  • “Best Cosmetic Surgeon”
    • The Phoenician Awards
  • “Best Facelift”
    • Scottsdale Living Magazine, Best of Valley Poll
  • "Teacher of the Year” 2018
    • Given by the Mayo Clinic Rochester Plastic Surgery Residency Training Program
  • “Top Cosmetic Surgeon”
    • Consumers Research Council of America
  • Arizona Business Leaders
    • 2017, 2018

TEACHING APPOINTMENTS

  • Instructor in Plastic Surgery Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science
  • Director of Aesthetic Surgery Training Mayo Clinic Rochester Plastic Surgery Residency

Meet Dr. Daniel Shapiro

A world-class plastic surgeon in a league of his own.

Dr. Shapiro is an award-winning, board-certified plastic surgeon with over 27 years of experience in his field. With impressive technical skill and a talent for creating natural-looking results, his practice has become a leading destination for discerning patients throughout the country.

Known for his compassion and honesty, Dr. Shapiro strives to educate his patients so that they are empowered about their care. He carefully explains the procedures, expected results, and techniques in a way that anyone can understand. Additionally, he personally guides his clients every step of the way – from the initial consultation to their post-operative care – to ensure an enjoyable experience and the best possible results.

Practice Policy Update Regarding COVID-19 View Update Virtual Consultation

Practice Policy Update Regarding COVID-19

Dear Patients,

It is with great pleasure that I announce the reopening of my practice for both surgical and non-surgical services on May 1, 2020. As per the governor Ducey's executive order on April 22, 2020, elective surgery has been allowed to proceed, with appropriate precautions taken by health care professionals to ensure continued vigilance against the spread of Covid-19.

Our office staff and the staff of Paradise Valley Cosmetic Surgery Center and Surgical Recovery Center have proactively taken necessary precautions to meet strict criterion for health providers according to the state of Arizona. These include necessary patient screening for Covid-19, strict protocols for cleaning offices and treatment rooms, adequate PPE, and continued social distancing. As before, waiting areas will have minimal capacity, and friends and family members should not accompany one into offices or treatment areas.

With great anticipation we welcome you back to the practice, and wish you all continued health and safety.

Sincerely, Daniel Shapiro MD, FACS

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