Jeffrey M. Ahn, MD
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5 out of 5 stars Asian Rhinoplasty
What made me choose Dr. Ahn to do my 2nd (Revision) Rhinoplasty was because he said; "I'm not only a Rhinoplasty surgeon but also an ENT "Ear Nose Throat" doctor", this was enough to make me comfortable. But Dr. Ahn went above and beyond my expectations. Dr. Bellin performed my 1st Rhinoplasty and it's not that he is a bad surgeon (because my girlfriend, a black girl, loves the nose he created for her), Dr. Bellin just did not take the time to educate me. He was more like; "okay I'll give you whatever you want" (and that's the problem, we patients have an idea, but we don't have the skill and we can't foretell the outcome as the surgeons can); whereas Dr. Ahn educated me thoroughly on terms like "projection", "rotation", "ski jump", etc, but most importantly he said; "you want a nose to not only compliment your face but also functions well". When you meet with Dr. Ahn expect a disciplinary education but he means well. And most importantly tell him what you want and ask him what he thinks. And the result is, you will be much more happy than the initial expectations. I showed him photos of noses I like and not to brag but my nose turned out a million times better than those photos :-) Dr. Ahn gave me a beautiful profile and a cute tip- like a model! This is the best nose job I've ever gotten.
About Jeffrey M. Ahn, MD
Jeffrey M. Ahn, MD practices in Fort Lee as a Facial Plastic Surgeon, board certified by American Board of Otolaryngology. Dr. Ahn meets the professional criteria to participate on RealSelf, but has not updated this profile. Dr. Ahn qualifies to share their expertise on cosmetic procedures, including Botox, Revision Rhinoplasty and Septoplasty.
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Education / Training
College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University
Residency: Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery: Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center
Fellowship: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: New York University
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