Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Joseph Mele, Honored

Posted August 24, 2012 in About Dr. Mele, Home

Thank You

Thanks to high patient satisfaction again this year, Joseph A. Mele, III, MD, Inc. has been honored with a 2012 Talk of the Town award. Specializing in the highly competitive and subjective field of Cosmetic Plastic Surgery for 15 years, makes achieving this award that much more special. A big Thank You goes out to all my patients.

Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Joseph Mele, 2012 Talk of the Town Honoree

Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Joseph Mele, 2012 Talk of the Town Honoree

Cosmetic Plastic Surgery

After 15 years and well over 10,000 procedures, it is great to be a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon practicing in the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area. It is easy to maintain one’s passion for this profession. It’s all about making people happy. It’s about doing something for my patients that they cannot do for themselves. It’s about helping in a way that is uniquely personal and private.

I do not actively solicit positive online reviews. Maybe I should. For me, the choice to have elective cosmetic surgery is deeply personal, and not something that is always easily shared. To those of you who have taken the time to say thank you, I assure you that I appreciate it on a personal level, and your happiness is the most rewarding part of my job.

How is the Award Selected?

Per the Talk of the Town web site: Talk of the Town News established CMUS Power Ratings™ with industry-leading, sample-based methodology to track customer satisfaction. Each year, they gather information from a combination of highly respected, no-cost online user-review websites, blogs, social networks and business-rating services to measure customer satisfaction. By combining all online information into one score, consumers and businesses receive a fairer overview of customer feedback without having to spend hours locating all the information. Talk of the Town News takes the worry and work out of finding the top consumer-rated businesses across the country. Most importantly, Talk of the Town does not charge businesses, so businesses cannot influence their results.