Dr. Cindy Wei
Dr. Wei is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgeons, specializing in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the face and body. Her focus is on providing a uniquely personal experience and the highest quality care to help you look and feel your best. Every service offered is tailored to meet your goals, and is done with the utmost attention to detail to optimize your results and enhance your recovery.
“I am committed to providing you with the time and attention needed to understand your concerns, discuss all of the treatment options, and formulate a plan that best fits your wishes and lifestyle. Our relationship is a partnership. I hope for every encounter to be an informative, comfortable, and compassionate experience.”
“Whether you are looking to enhance your appearance or self-confidence, facing the prospect of mastectomy and breast reconstruction, or have wounds to heal, my goal is the same – to understand your particular situation and goals, and help you achieve the results you desire.”
– Dr. Cindy Wei
Areas of Focus
Dr. Cindy Wei has expertise in all areas of plastic surgery and noninvasive aesthetic services with a clinical interest in the following areas:
Facial cosmetic surgery
Cosmetic Breast Surgery
Complex Wound Care
Laser Facial Resurfacing
Facial Injections and Skin Care
Called to Help Others
About Dr. Wei
Dr. Wei received her bachelor’s degree in biology from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J. She attended Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Mo. After her third year in medical school, Dr. Wei was awarded a prestigious research fellowship from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and spent two years at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland performing research in tissue engineering. She graduated from medical school in 2007 with a combined M.D./M.A. degree.
Dr. Wei then completed a comprehensive plastic surgery residency at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. While in residency, she took a special interest in breast reconstruction as well as cosmetic surgery, which she believes go hand in hand. She went on to complete two fellowships, one in reconstructive microsurgery at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and the second in aesthetic surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan’s Upper East Side. She then drove cross-country to Seattle, Washington, to begin her career in private practice.
“I was born and raised in Princeton Junction, New Jersey. My interest in science and the “devastation” I felt when I learned I needed glasses at a young age spurred me to enter the field of medicine. Determined to become an ophthalmologist and rid the world of myopia, I enrolled in the premedical curriculum at Rutgers University. In medical school, I was introduced to the field of plastic surgery during a lecture about cleft lip and palate. I was fascinated by the mechanisms that led to cleft lip and palate, and was struck by how surgery could so drastically affect not only the appearance, but also the functional abilities of these patients. Drawn by the ability of plastic surgeons to alter the lives of their patients from a physical, functional, and emotional standpoint, I changed the focus of my career to plastic surgery.”
Dr. Wei is a board-certified plastic surgeon specializing in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the face and body. Her focus is on providing a uniquely personal experience and the highest quality care to help you look and feel your best. Every service offered is tailored to meet your goals, and is done with the utmost attention to detail to optimize your results and enhance your recovery.
In her free time Dr. Wei enjoys traveling, experimenting in the kitchen, and dining out. Although not an outdoorsman by nature, she is embracing life in the Pacific Northwest and trying her hand at hiking, camping, and fishing.
- American Society of Plastic Surgery
- American Society of Reconstructive Microsurgery
- Home Care Association of Washington Physician of the Year, 2017
Wei CH, Scott AM, Price AN, Miller HC, Klassen AF, Jhanwar SM, Mehrara BJ, Disa JJ, McCarthy C, Matros E, Cordeiro PG, Sacchini V, Pusic AL. Psychosocial and sexual well-being following nipple-sparing mastectomy and reconstruction. Breast J 22(1):10-17, 2016.
Wei C, Fleegler EJ. Superficial acral fibromyxoma of the thumb. Eplasty 13:ic13, 2013.
Hoppe IC, Ahuja NK, Patel PP, Wei CH, Yueh JH, Datiashvili RO. Complications following expander/implant breast reconstruction utilizing acellular dermal matrix: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Eplasty 11:e40, 2011.
Wei C, Granick MS. Surgical management of chronic wounds. Wounds 20(3):62-66, 2008.
Hayashi A, Moradzadeh A, Tong A, Wei C, Tuffaha SH, Hunter DA, Tung TH, Parsadanian A, Mackinnon SE, Myckatyn TM. Treatment modality affects allograft-derived Schwann cell phenotype and myelinating capacity. Exp Neurol 212(2):324-36, 2008.
Hunter DA, Moradzadeh A, Whitlock EL, Brenner MJ, Myckatyn TM, Wei CH, Tung TH, Mackinnon SE. Binary imaging analysis for comprehensive quantitative histomorphometry of peripheral nerve. J Neurosci Methods 166(1):116-24, 2007.
Wei C, Larsen M, Yamada KM. Self-organization and branching morphogenesis of primary salivary epithelial cells. Tissue Eng 13(4):721-35, 2007.
Larsen M, Wei C, Yamada KM. Cell and fibronectin dynamics during branching morphogenesis. J Cell Sci 119(Pt 16):3376-84, 2006.
Wei C, Caccavale RJ, Weyand EH, Chen S, Iba MM. Induction of CYP1A1 and CYP1A2 expressions by prototypic and atypical inducers in the human lung. Cancer Lett 178(1):25-36, 2002.
Wei C, Caccavale RJ, Kehoe A, Thomas PE, Iba MM. CYP1A2 is expressed along with CYP1A1 in the human lung. Cancer Lett 171(1):113-20, 2001.