Dr. Jack Cheng’s passion for his patients has led him down a path that combines his extensive training in cosmetic medicine with his ardor for anti-aging therapies. “I believe this combined approach not only allows me to help my patients look good, but also feel great,” he says. As technology continues to advance, Dr. Cheng stays abreast of the latest non-invasive cosmetic procedures. He believes everyone possesses a natural beauty on the inside; he works hand-in-hand with each patient to bring that beauty to the surface.
As a cosmetic physician at LifeSpring Antiaging & Aesthetic Medicine, as well as the Medical Director at Atlanta Medical Institute, Dr. Cheng strives to establish a good rapport with his patients in order to develop lifelong relationships with them. “I want my patients to understand that the work is collaborative – that they have a much greater hand in it than I do,” says Dr. Cheng. He encourages his patients to discuss in detail what they hope to achieve. Then, they must commit fully to the regimen and treatment plan to ensure their goals are met. “Using modern medical technologies, the patient can achieve great results,” he says.
When he’s not in the office, Dr. Cheng enjoys golfing and traveling. He is currently cofounding the Aegean Clinic in China & Kuwait. He also volunteers his professional services to both the American Cancer Society and AID Atlanta. “Cancer is a growing risk in our population, and everything must be done to fight it,” he says. His current pet project is the Yonkofa Project, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, led by a small team of Atlanta-based medical providers, that facilitates the construction of permanent medical clinics in remote regions of the world.
While he admits it is cliché, Dr. Cheng says the most rewarding part of his job is when a patient is satisfied with the end result. He is a friend, indeed.