Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Paducah

About Us

Dr. Daniel Verbist is a board certified plastic surgeon in Paducah, Kentucky. Paducah Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is proudly Christian owned and operated. We strive to treat all patients with compassion, integrity, and respect. Our approach to patient care begins with the belief that all individuals are created by a loving God with intention and purpose, but we acknowledge that ours is an imperfect world wherein our lives are impacted by illness, injury, and age. We consider it an honor to be able to help patients navigate the challenges imposed by those realities.

Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Paducah
Dr. Daniel Verbist | Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Paducah

About Dr. Daniel Verbist

Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Daniel Verbist is board certified plastic surgeon in Paducah. He is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. He graduated medical school from the University of Louisville School of Medicine and completed residency training in plastic surgery at the University of Missouri. Following residency, Dr. Verbist accepted a faculty position in plastic surgery at the University of Missouri. While serving as faculty there, he trained medical students and surgical residents, maintained a diverse inpatient and outpatient plastic surgery practice, and managed hand and facial trauma at a Level I trauma center.

Dr. Verbist was born and raised in Clarksville, TN. He completed his undergraduate studies at Union University in Jackson, TN, where he met his wife, Callie. Dr. Verbist and his wife are now the proud parents of two beautiful children. They decided to relocate to Paducah, Callie’s hometown, in order to raise their children closer to family.

Dr. Verbist is excited to bring his services to Paducah and the surrounding region. These services include breast cancer reconstruction, general surgery of the hand, cosmetic surgery, hand and facial trauma reconstruction, peripheral nerve surgery, wound reconstruction, and skin cancer excision and reconstruction.

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About Board Certification

Choosing a surgeon can be a daunting and potentially confusing endeavor. One of the most important questions a patient can ask when seeking the care of a plastic surgeon is this: “Are you board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery?” It is a very simple question with a very simple answer. Yes or no.

If the answer is no, you can be reasonably certain that the surgeon you are speaking with did not complete residency training in plastic surgery. If the answer is yes, then you have the reassurance that you are speaking with an individual who has successfully completed residency training specifically in plastic surgery, finished an arduous written and oral examination process to obtain certification, and committed him or herself to a lifetime of continuing education in order to maintain that certification.

Beware of surgeons marketing themselves as “cosmetic” or “aesthetic” surgeons. Beware of surgeons claiming to be certified by a board of cosmetic or aesthetic surgery. Beware of surgeons who state that they have “additional training” outside of the context of a recognized residency or fellowship. These individuals are, by and large, not plastic surgeons.

For more information about board certification, please visit the American Board of Medical Specialties at

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(270) 709-1984

2605 Kentucky Ave., Suite 100 Paducah, KY 42003