Steven W. Peterson, D.O.


Lakecrest Cosmetic Surgery Center
1315 Waters Edge Dr., Suite #107
Granbury, TX 76048

Dr. Steven Peterson received his Bachelor of Arts degree from his hometown at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois. He graduated from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1995 and received his general surgery training in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and then a laparoscopic (minimally invasive surgery) fellowship in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

During Dr. Peterson�s surgical training he developed the interest in providing surgery that would minimize scaring and provide a better aesthetic result. Following his fellowship in minimally invasive surgery and 2 years in private practice his interests in cosmetic surgery continued to grow. Dr. Peterson completed a general cosmetic surgery fellowship and became board certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Surgery and the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery. In addition, he is the past President and past Secretary/Treasurer of the Texas Cosmetic Surgical Society.

Dr. Peterson is a devoted family man. He adores his two children and his wife, Alisa, who is �an incredible woman who I admire greatly for her professional abilities as a physician specializing in internal medicine, her loving motherhood, and for being my supporting wife.� His daughter, Amanda, is very artistic and enjoys dance, choir and theater. His son, Tyler, is becoming a respectful young man and excels at playing baseball. �Children grow so fast, so I enjoy spending the precious time just sitting back watching them.�

In 2007 he established Lakecrest Cosmetic Surgery Center in Granbury, Texas. Granbury is special to Dr. Peterson because of its personable small town atmosphere and scenic beauty. He has decided to make this a destination oasis for patients and want them to enjoy their Granbury experience.

Dr. Peterson takes pleasure watching his patients transform themselves, whether it is major, minor, or just subtle enhancements. �Meeting new patients, creating new relationships, and forming new bonds makes my practice feel like my patients are family.�