The New Normal

UPDATED AS OF January 17, 2022

The office is open with precautions in place for visitors and staff alike. Phone screening will be performed before your appointment. As before, if you have symptoms including fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of smell, or loss of taste, please stay home. If you have traveled outside of the state of Michigan within the last two weeks, please do not come to the office. When you arrive at our building, please call the office at 248-885-8858 BEFORE you walk in. We are staggering our patients so that there is no overlap of patients in our small office.  Once you are told you can enter, come upstairs. Masks are required.

You will be met at the office door by a staff member who will check your temperature and pulse oxygen level. You will then be escorted to a room. We only allow companions for minors or for those who have just had surgery and require assistance. For those having procedures involving the lower face, additional cleansing will be performed.

The treatment rooms are thoroughly cleaned after each patient leaves. Rooms are treated after hours with UV light and ozone disinfection. HEPA air filtration units are on in each treatment room. The staff check their daily temperatures and pulse oxygenation. Handwashing and mask use continue here at all times.

As COVID continues to burden our healthcare system, we are asking all of our patients to be vaccinated before being seen in the office.  

We all look forward to seeing you.

Quick Introduction!

I am a wife, mom, and native Metro Detroiter who loves 80’s music. Chances are, I am a lot like you. After almost fifteen years of plastic surgery practice, I opened my own solo practice in January 2019.

My goal is to offer high-quality plastic surgery in a relaxed and comfortable environment that doesn’t feel like most doctor’s offices. A patient myself, l know how it feels to be on the other side of the examination table. I have designed an office with that in mind.

My own medical experience nudged me to change career paths from the arts to medicine. It wasn’t until after I graduated from college that I decided to pursue becoming a doctor. After a postbaccalaureate year of study, I applied to medical school and chose Michigan State University (Go Green!) College of Human Medicine for its unique patient-based curriculum.  During medical school, I got married (and hyphenated). Though I initially thought I would become a family practitioner, I loved that I could use my hands and my mind in surgery.  I went on to complete my residency in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. That year, only 70 medical students in the country were selected to go directly into the study of plastic surgery without completing a general surgery residency first. Following my residency (and the birth of my first child!), I completed a Cosmetic Surgery Fellowship at the Institute of Aesthetic Surgery and Medicine in Mount Kisco, New York. There, I began my career and succeeded in becoming Board Certified, passing perhaps the most rigorous examination process in all of medicine.

After nine years of practice, two hurricanes, and the birth of two more children, I returned home to Michigan. I specialize in breast and body contouring, both cosmetic and reconstructive, surgical and nonsurgical facial rejuvenation, surgical and nonsurgical female intimate rejuvenation, breast reconstruction for women with breast cancer, and cosmetic surgery after weight loss.

I maintain a passionate commitment to high-quality patient care. Patients are enveloped in a safe and caring environment, one where both l and my staff provide complete and continuous support from start to finish.

Combining art and science with compassion and understanding, I offer patients a life-changing opportunity for improvement, both externally and internally. My practice is not just about physical change, but about overall life enhancement.

I hope to meet you soon.

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  • Real Self reviews - Reviews are written by real people and providers can't pay to have reviews removed. All reviews meeting our guidelines are shown.     Mommy Makeover 4 months ago Mom of 3 (mommy makeover) I am currently in day 5 of my recovery

  • Vitials Reviews - The overall average patient rating of Danielle Deluca-Pytell is Great.     January 15th, 2019 She is excellent at her craft and I don't think I could have picked a better doctor. She is compassionate and has made me feel comfortable

  • Patient satisfaction is Dr. Danielle DeLuca-Pytell's top priority. Every patient seen by Dr. Danielle DeLuca-Pytell is invited to a post-visit survey and to share a review. We are pleased to have a total of 62 reviews with an average rating

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