Jacqueline Wegge, MD

Jacqueline Wegge, MD

Jacqueline Wegge, MD

Plastic Surgery

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Webster Clinic
600 N. Kobayashi Rd., Ste. 209,
Webster, TX 77598

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Webster Clinic

600 N. Kobayashi Rd.,
Ste. 209
Webster, TX 77598

My Biography

“I have always wanted to be a surgeon, the same way that I have always known that art, music, creativity, and passion were a part of my soul. I feel fortunate to have found a career that I love which can integrate both my scientific and creative endeavors.” – Jacqueline Wegge, MD

Dr. Jacqueline Wegge grew up in De Pere, Wisconsin, where she was avidly involved in music, art, theater, and dance, and was a member of the National Honor Society. During this time, she also served as the lead singer of the locally well-known classic rock band named “Hijinx.” She then went on to complete her undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she received her Bachelor of Science in Biology. She graduated with distinction along with a membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, and the Golden Key International Honour Society. Subsequently, she fulfilled her medical training at the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria. She received her medical degree in 2008 and also the prestigious honor of being elected as an Alpha Omega Alpha member. Dr. Wegge then completed a full five-year general surgery residency at MSU-KCMS/Western Michigan University and has been board certified in general surgery since 2014. She then accomplished an additional plastic surgery residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. Finally, she fulfilled her ultimate goals with a craniofacial fellowship at the prestigious University of Texas Southwestern. Dr. Wegge became board-certified in plastic surgery in 2018.

Throughout her training, Dr. Jacqueline Wegge was fortunate to learn from many great mentors and experts at the forefront of trauma, cancer reconstruction, breast surgery and reconstruction, microsurgery, hand surgery, craniofacial surgery, and aesthetic surgery. During her plastic surgery residency in Houston, Texas, she was trained at Memorial Hermann hospital (one of the busiest trauma centers in the country), as well as MD Anderson (one of the foremost cancer centers in the world). As a result, she has a broad range of skills that makes her ideally equipped to treat a wide variety of patients with even the most difficult problems. “Being a skilled plastic surgeon not only requires the vast knowledge of a scholar but the steady hand and the precise eye of an artist. The diversity of plastic surgery spans the entire human body, with the challenge of devising a plan for repairing or modifying those deformities that others have been unable to conquer. Additionally, it affords the opportunity to plan, sculpt, and create with a complexity that requires the physician to be able to imagine not only the immediate result but also take into account the final product months and years down the road.” It is a great honor for Dr. Wegge to form a long-lasting relationship with her patients and guide them along their journey.

In addition to her broad medical training, Jacqueline Wegge has also given presentations, written multiple chapters/articles, and has been involved in mission work. Dr. Wegge was lucky enough to be able to travel to El Salvador for the past two years in a row with the Austin Smiles Plastic Surgery Foundation. She was part of a large team of medical professionals and volunteers that provided care for underserved patients from Central America. This included operations for patients in all phases of cleft care (cleft lip, cleft palate, speech surgery, rhinoplasty, etc.) as well as other congenital anomalies like hemifacial microsomia. She found this to be a life-changing experience that has affected her overall views on medical care and further cemented her desire to provide every patient with compassion and personalized treatment. She plans to continue involvement in medical mission work as much as she is able to.

Dr. Wegge has a strong history of medical problems within her own family, particularly breast cancer. As a result, she understands what things are like from the patient’s point of view and makes every effort to spend the time necessary to make her patients feel comfortable, safe, and well-informed about their medical treatment. Dr. Wegge provides total plastic and reconstructive surgery care, with an emphasis on breast surgery, cosmetic surgery, and pediatric plastic surgery. She strives to provide natural results that patients can be proud of.

Dr. Jacqueline Wegge lives in Houston with her husband Jon, a musician, and a Golden Retriever named “Chuck”. She is an avid chef, artist, and singer.

Personal Statement

“I have always wanted to be a surgeon, the same way that I have always known that art, music, creativity, and passion were a part of my soul. I feel fortunate to have found a career that I love which can integrate both my scientific and creative endeavors.” – Jacqueline Wegge, MD

Dr. Jacqueline Wegge grew up in De Pere, Wisconsin, where she was avidly involved in music, art, theater, and dance, and was a member of the National Honor Society. During this time, she also served as the lead singer of the locally well-known classic rock band named “Hijinx.” She then went on to complete her undergraduate training at the University of Wisconsin- Madison where she received her Bachelor of Science in Biology. She graduated with distinction along with a membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, and the Golden Key International Honour Society. Subsequently, she fulfilled her medical training at the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria. She received her medical degree in 2008 and also the prestigious honor of being elected as an Alpha Omega Alpha member. Dr. Wegge then completed a full five-year general surgery residency at MSU-KCMS/Western Michigan University and has been board certified in general surgery since 2014. She then accomplished an additional plastic surgery residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. Finally, she fulfilled her ultimate goals with a craniofacial fellowship at the prestigious University of Texas Southwestern. Dr. Wegge became board-certified in plastic surgery in 2018.

Throughout her training, Dr. Jacqueline Wegge was fortunate to learn from many great mentors and experts at the forefront of trauma, cancer reconstruction, breast surgery and reconstruction, microsurgery, hand surgery, craniofacial surgery, and aesthetic surgery. During her plastic surgery residency in Houston, Texas, she was trained at Memorial Hermann hospital (one of the busiest trauma centers in the country), as well as MD Anderson (one of the foremost cancer centers in the world). As a result, she has a broad range of skills that makes her ideally equipped to treat a wide variety of patients with even the most difficult problems. “Being a skilled plastic surgeon not only requires the vast knowledge of a scholar but the steady hand and the precise eye of an artist. The diversity of plastic surgery spans the entire human body, with the challenge of devising a plan for repairing or modifying those deformities that others have been unable to conquer. Additionally, it affords the opportunity to plan, sculpt, and create with a complexity that requires the physician to be able to imagine not only the immediate result but also take into account the final product months and years down the road.” It is a great honor for Dr. Wegge to form a long-lasting relationship with her patients and guide them along their journey.

In addition to her broad medical training, Jacqueline Wegge has also given presentations, written multiple chapters/articles, and has been involved in mission work. Dr. Wegge was lucky enough to be able to travel to El Salvador for the past two years in a row with the Austin Smiles Plastic Surgery Foundation. She was part of a large team of medical professionals and volunteers that provided care for underserved patients from Central America. This included operations for patients in all phases of cleft care (cleft lip, cleft palate, speech surgery, rhinoplasty, etc.) as well as other congenital anomalies like hemifacial microsomia. She found this to be a life-changing experience that has affected her overall views on medical care and further cemented her desire to provide every patient with compassion and personalized treatment. She plans to continue involvement in medical mission work as much as she is able to.

Dr. Wegge has a strong history of medical problems within her own family, particularly breast cancer. As a result, she understands what things are like from the patient’s point of view and makes every effort to spend the time necessary to make her patients feel comfortable, safe, and well-informed about their medical treatment. Dr. Wegge provides total plastic and reconstructive surgery care, with an emphasis on breast surgery, cosmetic surgery, and pediatric plastic surgery. She strives to provide natural results that patients can be proud of.

Dr. Jacqueline Wegge lives in Houston with her husband Jon, a musician, and a Golden Retriever named “Chuck”. She is an avid chef, artist, and singer.

Education and Board Certificates

Medical School

  • University of Illinois College of Medicine

Internship/Residency/Fellowship

  • General Surgery Residency, MSU-KCMS/Western Michigan University
  • Plastic Surgery Residency, University of Texas Health Science Center
  • Craniofacial Fellowship, University of Texas Southwestern

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