Dr. Jacob Grow is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon focusing on aesthetic surgery of the face, breast, and body with specialized training in cosmetic surgery. His goal is to deliver outstanding, natural results that are tailored to each individual. He emphasizes treating his patients with great respect, humility and kindness while displaying an unwavering commitment to his outcomes and the advancement of his craft.
A native Hoosier, Dr. Grow is a graduate of Indiana University School of Medicine and completed a six-year residency in plastic surgery at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City. He then went on to complete a highly coveted aesthetic fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic, focusing on cosmetic surgery of the face, breast and body. During this time, he had the opportunity to train under the mentorship of one of the most highly regarded aesthetic surgeons in the country.
A reflection of his enthusiasm and dedication to his field, Dr. Grow has multiple peer-reviewed publications and co-authored book chapters that span across aesthetic and reconstructive surgery. He also serves as a peer reviewer for the Aesthetic Surgery Journal and sits on the editorial board for the Aesthetic Surgery Journal – Open Forum.
To provide the best care possible, Dr. Grow is passionate about understanding and investigating the most cutting edge and groundbreaking technologies available to his patients while keeping his practice rooted in traditional values of integrity and empathy.
Dr. Grow, his wife, and two children are excited to be back home in Indiana and serve the people of this great state. We are confident that he and his staff at Southern Indiana Aesthetic & Plastic Surgery will provide you with the education and resources necessary to make a well-informed decision regarding your specific plastic surgery goals.
"Dr Jacob Grow is exquisitely trained. After completing his residency in plastic surgery, he spent an additional year as a cosmetic surgery fellow. This has given him an in depth and sophisticated approach to cosmetic surgery and facial aging."
James E Zins MD FACS
Chair Department of Plastic Surgery