Stony Brook’s plastic surgeons are board certified and specially trained to perform both reconstructive and cosmetic surgery (see their profile pages for their board certifications). Our multidisciplinary team includes an oral and maxillofacial surgeon with expertise in face and mouth cancer/reconstructive surgery.
Our plastic surgeons have been recognized for their excellence by selection for inclusion in the present and past editions of the Castle Connolly Guides, America’s Top Doctors, representing the top 1% of physicians in the nation, and Top Doctors: New York Metro Area, as well as by inclusion in the Consumers' Research Council of America Guide to America's Top Surgeons. Among their specialties are:
- Breast surgery, including breast reconstruction after cancer, breast reduction, and breast augmentation
- Treatment of facial fractures
- Hand and wrist surgery
- Melanoma and other skin cancer surgery
- Face and mouth cancer/reconstructive surgery
- Reconstructive surgery for burn patients
- Gender affirmation surgery
- Cosmetic surgery, including facelift, general liposuction, nose surgery, total body contouring, and tummy-tuck (plus more procedures)
At our Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Center in East Setauket and at our Bellavie MedSpa in Centereach, our specialists offer the entire spectrum of cosmetic and aesthetic procedures including non-invasive, minimally invasive, moderately invasive, and full surgical treatments.
Our plastic surgeons use not only conventional surgical approaches, but also the latest microsurgical techniques which offer truly state-of-the-art care for patients with certain problems that, until recently, were virtually untreatable.
In 2005, for instance, our surgeons performed what is believed to be the first simultaneous reattachment of hands done in New York State. See the video (6:23 min) about this historic surgery.
Our plastic surgeons contribute to the excellence of the Stony Brook Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Center that provides specialized multidisciplinary care for children of all ages born with cleft lip/palate and other defects affecting the head (cranium) and/or face.