Dr. Fink is originally from Michigan and grew up in Jacksonville, Florida. Medicine is a family tradition established by his father, a plastic surgeon and mother, a registered nurse. Dr. Fink’s interest in plastic surgery peaked when he accompanied his parents on mission trips to Mexico and the Dominican Republic. He assisted his father in various plastic surgery procedures. As a result of his parent’s influence, Dr. Fink and both his siblings chose careers in the medical field.
Dr. Fink returned to the Midwest to attend Wheaton College, a well-regarded Christian liberal arts college near Chicago. Medical school followed at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Post internship, Dr. Fink completed an ENT and Facial Plastic Surgery Residency at McLaren Oakland Hospital, a major trauma center in Pontiac, Michigan. Residency training provided facial plastic and reconstructive surgeries at other well-known hospitals including University of Michigan, Henry Ford Hospital, Wayne State University and William Beaumont Hospital.