Dr. Casey Gene Sheck
Dr. Casey Gene Sheck joins American Surgical Arts after 8 years of surgical training in the South Jersey and Philadelphia Region. Dr. Sheck brings his love of education and eagerness to provide a truly individualized and holistic care plan to each and every patient.
After having trained under some of the world’s preeminent plastic surgeons, Dr. Sheck is happy to offer a full spectrum of reconstructive and cosmetic Plastic Surgery including surgical and non-surgical facial rejuvenation, body contouring, breast reduction, microvascular breast reconstruction, implant-based breast reconstruction, reconstruction after skin cancer resection, and reconstruction after trauma. Together, Dr. Sheck, Dr. Gundlapalli and Dr. Sean Bidic offer a powerful team of world class surgeons at your disposal close to home, here in South Jersey.
Why Dr. Sheck
Dr. Sheck is proud to have built many amazing relationships with patients, family members, and medical practitioners in the South Jersey area over the last 8 years. He looks forward to continuing to build truly individualized care plans with each of his patients to restore and/or rejuvenate their appearances.
Dr. Sheck believes in providing the best options for all his patients. When he identifies an opportunity for advancement in patient care and outcomes, he works with other surgeon scientists to advance the science and bring cutting edge treatment to South Jersey. This is evidenced by his high impact research published in the premier plastic surgery journal!
You can meet personally with Dr. Sheck to discuss your reconstructive and aesthetic goals and create a truly individualized care plan to make dreams become reality! Simply request your consultation online, or call 888-309-8892 to schedule your appointment.
Education & Training
Dr. Sheck was born and raised on the Delmarva peninsula, graduating from Kent Island High School in Kent Island, Maryland. He then attended Randolph-Macon College as a Presidential, Honors and Jackson Scholar, graduating with a Bachelor’s in Science, majoring in Chemistry. While playing on the Men’s Varsity Lacrosse team he was selected to the ODAC Academic All-Conference twice. In addition to the College’s Deans list Dr. Sheck was chosen as a Summer Undergraduate Research Foundation participant researching inhibitors of the Hepatitic C virus NS3 protease. Dr. Sheck then gained first-hand experience as an emergency department medical scribe before attending medical school.
Dr. Sheck then graduated from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. Following medical school, he completed a 5-year residency in General Surgery sponsored by Rowan University at Inspira Health Network. There he was the first graduate to obtain board certification by the American Board of Surgery. He was then selected as one of 65 surgical graduates in the world to enroll in an Independent Plastic Surgery Residency in the United States. Dr. Sheck chose to stay close to his new home in South Jersey and matched to Cooper University Hospital. During his 3-year residency Dr. Sheck was able to study under and learn from some of the world’s leading surgeons in Microsurgery, Pediatric Craniofacial, and Aesthetic surgery. While in his final years of training he also became a co-host of one of the world’s fastest growing and most downloaded Plastic Surgery Education Podcast, The Loupe.
Areas of Interest
His areas of interest include:
- Surgical and Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation
- Face, Neck, and Brow Lift
- Upper and Lower Eye lid surgery
- Laser and Chemical Resurfacing
- Injectables: Neurotoxin and Filler
- Body Contouring
- Breast Augmentations, Lifts, and Reductions
- Breast reconstruction: implant based, autologous tissue techniques including microvascular flap, direct to implant, and pre-pectoral breast reconstruction, and fat grafting
- Complex wound management
- Hair Health: PRP and Follicular Transplant
- Microvascular surgery
D. Sheck loves spending time with his wife traveling and trying new restaurants. When not dining out Dr. Sheck loves cooking, attending concerts, skiing or snowboarding and spending time with family and friends on or near any body of water. He encourages you to reach out to [email protected] with any questions about any treatments you are looking for!
If you're considering aesthetic or reconstructive plastic surgery, or non-surgical cosmetic treatments, request a consultation with Dr.Sheck at American Surgical Arts using the online form, or call our office at 888-309-8892 to schedule your appointment.
Research and Publications
- Microneedling Outcomes in Early Postsurgical Scars. Claytor, R. Brannon M.D.; Sheck, Casey Gene D.O.; Chopra, Vinod M.D.. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: September 2022 - Volume 150 - Issue 3 - p 557e-561e
- Interaction of race with weight loss and resolution of obesity co-morbidities in patients undergoing laparoscopic roux-en-y gastric bypass (LRYGB): an analysis of 83,059 bold database patients.Emrich JS, Sheck CG, Kushnir L, et al. Adv Obes Weight Manag Control. 2021;11(3):76-84. DOI: 10.15406/aowmc.2021.11.00339.
- Political Advocacy from Plastic Surgery Trainees in the United States. Kozusko SD, Lopez J, Sheck CG, Greco GA. Plast Reconstr Surg Glob Open. 2021;9(5):e3590. Published 2021 May 21. doi:10.1097/GOX.0000000000003590
- Severe weight loss during, but not before, simultaneous chemotherapy and radiation therapy for stage III and IV squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck (SCCHN) is associated with increased survival. Tamburrini D, Sheck CG, Montana M, Tyrrell J, Darminio J, Slotman G, Journal of Otolaryngology-ENT Research. 13. 54-58. Jan 2021. 10.15406/joentr.2021.13.00491.
- Outcomes following laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (LRYGB) vary by sex: Analysis of 83,059 women and men with morbid obesity. Lyon, M., Bashian, C., Sheck, C., Kushnir, L. & Slotman, G. J. The American Journal of Surgery 217,1019–1024 (2019).
- Survival is increased in patients developing severe weight loss during concomitant chemotherapy and radiation therapy for advanced operable stage III and IV squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck. Sheck C, Tyrrell J, Davis M, et al. Otolaryngol Open J. 2017; SE(6): S17-S23. doi: 10.17140/OTLOJ-SE-6-103
- Variation in Weight and Obesity Comorbidities After Open Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass by Health Insurance Medicaid vs Medicare vs Private vs Self-Pay in 4225 Bariatric Outcomes Longitudinal Database Patients. Davis M, Gomez J, Sheck C, Slotman G. JAMA Surg. 2017;152(1):105–109. doi:10.1001/jamasurg.2016.2932