Fly-In Patients

It's no longer acceptable to rely on the local expert in your hometown for cosmetic surgery by flipping through the Yellow Pages. With increasing reliance on the Internet for reliable surgical options, more and more people are traveling a significant distance to seek treatment from cosmetic surgeons with particular skills, interests, and expertise. Traveling to a specialist allows you the ability to obtain superior care while recuperating quietly and anonymously away from home. With discount travel arrangements now the norm, the costs of the entire fly-in process can be less expensive than having the surgery down the block. Even patients from out of town seek out our services for injectable therapy or minimally invasive procedures.

If you live outside of the Philadelphia area, you can still have Dr. Wulc as your cosmetic surgeon by participating in our Fly-In for Surgery program. People from any part of the world can fly into Philadelphia, stay in hotels conveniently located near the center, get door-to-door limousine service on the day of surgery, and have Dr. Wulc perform surgery. Afterwards, get some rest with one-on-one after-patient care and recuperate in the convenience of our two hotels adjacent to our offices, in scenic Bucks County or in Philadelphia, until the follow-up appointments.
What's the fly-in process?
Our staff can assist you with your travel plans from start to finish. They can help you set up your itinerary and suggest local accommodations. Most patients book their stay for about seven days for minor procedures. Ten days to two weeks should be booked for longer procedures.

We recommend you arrive at least 48 hours before your scheduled surgery. At that time, you will consult with Dr. Wulc, get photographed, and obtain the necessary bloodwork and paperwork to move forward with the procedure. Prior to your visit, we will work with you to consult with your local primary care doctor and to undergo the necessary preoperative testing at one of your local medical facilities. Skype consultation preoperatively can be arranged, though we prefer to see you in person prior to any surgical procedure.

We encourage you to travel with a friend or family member who can take care of you after surgery. However, if this is not possible, Helping Hands are available. This is a nursing service that has worked with us for several years that can be arranged prior to your stay with us. The nurses can care for you through all or part of the process. In addition to taking you from the office or surgery center to the hotel, the nurse knows our postoperative routine and can also prepare meals for you. There are several hotels with kitchenettes close to the office that accommodate our patients.
Certifications & Boards
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
American Board of Cosmetic Surgery
American Board of Ophthalmology
American Board of Phisician Specialties
American College of Surgeons
American Society of Ophthalmic Plasic and Reconstructive Surgery
American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
National Academy of Inventors