Cosmetic surgery is a field of medicine that requires extensive training and experience. To become a cosmetic surgeon, you must complete a four-year medical doctor's degree and pass the USMLE or COMLEX to get a license. After that, you must complete additional training in plastic surgery and obtain board certification. At Cosmetic Surgery Associates of New York, our plastic surgeons have years of training and experience.
Our 4 board-certified plastic surgeons are members of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Rogal is a board certified head and neck surgeon with subspecialty training in facial and reconstructive plastic surgery. Manhattan Surgical Care has been serving the cosmetic surgery needs of the surrounding areas, New York, Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, Staten Island, Long Island, New Jersey and Connecticut. We offer comprehensive cosmetic services, including breast augmentation, breast lift, tummy tuck, liposuction, facelift and rhinoplasty.
When choosing a plastic surgeon, it is important to confirm their credentials and experience. Our highly trained specialists are certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, the only board recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties to certify plastic surgeons. In addition to being board certified, many of our surgeons have received additional specialized training to offer our patients a combination of the best surgical skills, the latest techniques and the sharpest aesthetic judgment. Beware of any cosmetic surgeon who promises a certain result or refuses to talk to you about certain aspects of the procedure. Choose a cosmetic surgeon who answers your questions and doesn't withhold information or rush your decisions.
These licensed medical professionals not only perform cosmetic surgeries, such as facelifts or nose jobs, but they also perform reconstructive surgery for patients with facial and body abnormalities caused by injury, birth defects, illness, or aging. In addition to their ABCS board certification in cosmetic surgery, surgeons must complete an ACGME-approved residency training program in one of ten medical specialties related to cosmetic surgery before they can earn ABCS certification. With increasing innovations in the field, such as reconstructive surgery methods and advanced cosmetic procedures, the need for these surgeons is increasing. At Cosmetic Surgery Associates of New York, our highly trained specialists are certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. We offer comprehensive cosmetic services including breast augmentation, breast lift, tummy tuck, liposuction, facelift and rhinoplasty. Becoming a cosmetic surgeon requires extensive training which involves both a university degree and a doctorate as well as a residency. No other board certification guarantees that a surgeon has received training in all aspects of cosmetic surgery.
Meanwhile many cosmetic surgeons also have previous professional experience in roles such as office manager or internship.