About Dr.John Bull

About Dr. John Bull2019-11-16T04:08:03-08:00

W. John Bull, Jr., MD, FACS

Dr. John Bull is a highly accomplished Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon in Naperville who is dedicated to helping all of his patients realize their aesthetic dreams. Recognizing that undergoing cosmetic surgery can be a complex decision, he strives to create a soothing office environment where patients can feel completely cared for.

Dr. Bull takes the time to conduct unhurried consultations, during which time he carefully listens to his patients describe their desires, needs, and concerns. He uses this information to develop highly individualized treatment plans geared toward helping patients look and feel their best. “Our mission statement at The John Bull Center is to provide the highest quality plastic surgery and laser spa treatments, individualized to each patient’s specific needs and goals,” says Dr. Bull. He continues this mission every day at the John Bull center for Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Medispa as well as instilling this goal in each of the staff members.

Understanding that a positive treatment experience is a vital part of a successful plastic surgery procedure, Dr. Bull and his team are committed to providing the highest level of patient service. From the first phone call to the last post-operative visit, they treat all patients as if they were dear family members. From his office in Naperville, he helps patients obtain beautiful and natural cosmetic surgery results. When choosing Dr. Bull as their plastic surgeon, patients can be assured of receiving both the highest caliber of surgical care and impeccable treatment.

Chicago Plastic Surgeon Dr. John Bull

Sit down with skilled plastic surgeon Dr. John Bull treating Chicago and Naperville cosmetic surgery patients.

Dr. Bull is proud to work together with his lovely wife, Monica, who serves as the laser safety officer, account and property manager. She also is a dedicated patient advocate. She truly enjoys meeting new patients, as well as talking with them on the phone and in person. Monica focuses on helping The John Bull Center patients make the best possible decisions regarding their treatment choices. She is always available to address any questions and/or concerns patients might have.

Apart from his cosmetic surgery practice, Dr. Bull enjoys spending time with his family – Monica and their three boys. As a devoted football fan, Dr. Bull spends many Saturday evenings watching his favorite team, Louisiana State University, and on Sundays watching the Chicago Bears. However, the football games Dr. Bull enjoys most are those of his sons. An avid sports enthusiast, Dr. Bull favors snow skiing, swimming, Taekwondo, and golf. His vast array of hobbies also includes fishing and music.

John Bull – Education & Accomplishments

John Bull, Jr. M.D completed medical school at Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans, Louisiana. He completed a five-year general surgery residency at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia and an intensive three-year plastic and reconstructive surgery fellowship at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, Illinois. He is Board-Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery. We are proud to have him as our physician.

Education:

Plastic Surgery Fellowship
Loyola University Medical Center
Maywood, IL – 2000-2003

General Surgery Residency
– Medical College of Georgia
– Augusta, GA – 1995-2000

Certification and Licensure:
Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery 2004, recertified 2014
Certified by the American Board of Surgery 2002 recertified 2012

Doctor of Medicine
– Louisiana State University School of Medicine
– New Orleans, LA – 1991-1995

– Undergraduate Education
– Major: General Studies
– Louisiana State University
– Baton Rouge, LA – 1987-1991

Medical License
– State of Georgia – 1998-2001
– State of Illinois – 2000 – present

Affiliations:

Active staff Edward Hospital

Naperville Surgical Center

The Center for Surgery

Certified, American Board of Plastic Surgery

Member, American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

Member, American Society of Plastic Surgeons

Member, Chicago Society of Plastic Surgery

Member, DuPage County Medical Society

Member, Illinois State Medical Society

Publications:

Preventable Wheelchair-related Thermal Injury, American Paraplegia Society, June 16, 2005

Bull,W. J.; Vandevender,D.; Cimino,V. G. Reconstruction of defects of the cranial base Techniques in Neurosurgery 2003 ;9(2):106-112

Reconstruction of Defects of the Cranial Base, Techniques in Neurosurgery, September 2003, Vol 9 (2)

Research on secondary bone grafts after early primary bone grafting in cleft lip and palate, 2001-2004.

G West, WJ Bull, DV Dado: Full thickness Burn injury in Wheelchair Bound Patient Case Report and literature review. Submitted for publication June 2002.

PH Schmidt, WJ Bull, KM Jefferies, RG Martindale: Typical Versus Atypical Presentation of Obturator Hernia. Am Surg 2001, Feb 67(2) 191-195.

WJ Bull, KA Yeh, et al.: Mature Presacral Teratoma in an Adult Male: A Case Report. Am Surg 1999, 65(6) 586-591.

Presentations:

Reconstruction of the Cranial Base, Chicago Society of Plastic Surgeons, June 2003

Reconstruction of Dorsal Hand and Extensor Tendon Using Radial Forearm/Palmaris Longus Composite Free Flap, Loyola University Medical Center Plastic Surgery Alumni Conference, Chicago, June 2001.

Dr. Bull Plastic Surgeon Management of Large Abdominal Wall Defects, Medical College of Georgia Surgery Grand Rounds, Augusta, Georgia, June 2000.

Typical Versus Atypical Presentations of Obturator Hernias, American College of Surgeons Georgia Chapter Meeting, Sea Island, Georgia, March 2000.

Mature Presacral Teratoma In An Adult Male, Southeastern Surgical Conference Poster Rounds, Tampa, Florida, February 1999.

Pulmonary Segmental Anatomy and Management of Massive Hemoptysis, Medical College of Georgia Cardiothoracic Grand Rounds, Augusta, Georgia, May 1997

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