Daniel B. Lensink M.D. is an oculofacial plastic surgeon serving Redding and surrounding areas, whose practice focuses on cosmetic procedures for the eyes and face. He earned lifetime certification by the American Board of Ophthalmology. His practice has earned accreditation by the California Medical Association’s Institute for Medical Quality as an office-based ambulatory surgery center and Medicare Deemed Status ensuring safety and quality assurance.
Dr. Lensink was raised in beautiful Bozeman, Montana. He met his wife, Maurene while she was working as a critical care/burn nurse in Fresno, CA. They have been happily married since 1993 and have raised two children. Gerrit is currently a student at Dr. Lensink’s alma mater-Montana State University in Bozeman where he is majoring in Financial Engineering. Mariele is a biology and chemistry major at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, CA.
Dr. Lensink and his family have been active members of Neighborhood Church in Redding. He has served on a number of local boards and has held local and state-wide office in several professional organizations.
At his 50th birthday just a few years ago, his wife Maurene announced, “Yard work is not a hobby. You need a hobby!” Knowing of his almost-forgotten passion for automobiles, she gave him a gift certificate for a day of high performance driving at Thunderhill Raceway here in North-State California. Thus his passion for cars was rediscovered. When he’s not spending time at the road track honing his driving skills, he enjoys tinkering on cars in his garage while Maurene is nearby at her workbench creating custom jewelry pieces.
Based on the strength of his credentials, patient results, and expertise, Dr. Lensink has been named a “Top Doctor” on RealSelf.com. In order to be a RealSelf “Top Doctor,” a physician must be board-certified, highly rated by his patients, and an active participant in educating patients about aesthetic medicine and plastic surgery. Dr. Lensink is among only 10% of RealSelf doctors to achieve this honor.