David A. Lickstein, MD

Primary Specialties:
  • Plastic Surgery  (Board Certified)
  • About


    Physician Bio

    Dr. Lickstein is the Medical Director of Cutaneous Oncology at Jupiter Medical Center.

  • Education


    Medical School:

    Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, IL


    Tufts University-New England Medical Center, Boston, MA


    Albany Medical College, Albany, NY


    Harvard Medical School-Mass. General Hospital, Boston, MA

    Board Certification:

    The American Board of Plastic Surgery; The American Board of Surgery; National Board of Medical Examiners


    “Best of Palm Beach Gardens” – U.S. Local Business Association 2008 – 2016;
    “10 Best” American Institute of Plastic Surgeons 2015 – 2019;
    “Best Doctors in America” 2009 – 2016;
    Castle Connolly Top Doctor 2010, 2012, 2015-2016;
    New York Upstate Plastic Surgery Society, Annual Scientific Meeting Resident Research Paper Award 2000;
    Elected Vice Chief of Surgery at Jupiter Medical Center by his colleagues on staff, serving in this position from January 1, 2019;
    Inducted in the “RealSelf 100 & 500 Hall of Fame” 2018;
    Northwestern Medical School Board National Alumni;
    Top Plastic Surgeon Reviews 2019

  • Research & Publications

    Research & Publications

    Lickstein DA, Moriarty KP, Feins NR. Neonatal Rectovaginal Tear During Cesarean Section. The Journal of Pediatric Surgery, August, 1998.

    Horowitz MD, Alkire MJ, Lickstein DA, Bauerlein EJ. Aortic Injury as a Complication of Central Venous Catheterization. American Heart Journal, August 1991.

    Horowitz MD, Sosa JL, Lickstein DA. Descending Necrotizing Mediastinitis. Annals of Thoracic Surgery, November 1990.

    Lickstein DA, Lee WPA. “Microvascular Repair of Acute Hand Injuries”, Current Therapy in Plastic Surgery. J McCarthy, EdSaunders/Elsevier, 2005.

    Conejero JA, Lickstein DA, Winograd JW. “Soft Tissue Hand Injuries.” The Trauma Handbook of the Massachusetts General Hospital. RL Sheridan, Ed. Lippincott, Williams, and Wilkins, 2004.