Rest assured, ladies -- you're probably in safe hands.
Not content with handling scalpels all day, in his spare time Eisenberg is a competitive knife thrower.
Inspired by fictional Australian outback hero Crocodile Dundee and James Bond movies, the Philadelphia surgeon is a delicate artist by day who relaxes after hours with tomahawks and hunting knives.
"I have always thought it was kind of cool watching James Bond movies, Crocodile Dundee -- anybody who was able to wield a knife and throw it across the room and make it stick.
"I always wanted to be able to do that and then one day my wife asked what I wanted for the holidays. I said a throwing knife. I tried throwing it into a tree but I felt bad. I felt so bad I went and hugged the tree."
Somewhat traumatized by the tree carnage he wrought, Eisenberg let his knife sit in a drawer for a year before his wife introduced him to Joe "Brokenfeather" Darrah, a knife maker and throwing expert.
After complimenting Eisenberg on his hand-eye coordination and providing advice on technique, Darrah suggested the surgeon try his hand at competing.
Tournaments and some trophies followed.
"I want to be the master, the best surgeon, do the best breast augmentations and I want to get the highest score," Eisenberg said.
It was at the Annie Oakley Festival in Greenville, Ohio -- an annual celebration of "Little Miss Sure Shot" -- that Eisenberg considered a bid for the Guinness Book of Records ... for his breast work.
Guinness reps also were at the festival and a conversation with them inspired Eisenberg to check his surgical history.
The doctor did better than that. Guinness officially pegged him at 3,460 surgeries -- but Eisenberg said he's performed more than 4,700 augmentations in his career.
That's a lot of breasts.
"Fortunately," he said.
"Every day I have a mantra: patience, compassion, reassurance, focus. Those are good qualities to have. A lot of women say surgery has been life-changing. It gave them confidence and they felt normal. It is a big difference for them."
"I take my work and patients seriously but I don't take myself seriously," he said.
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