About Victoria Karlinsky, MD
Victoria Karlinsky, MD practices in Manhattan at New Look New Life Surgical Arts as a General Surgeon, board certified by American Board of Surgery - General. Dr. Karlinsky was invited to join RealSelf in 2010, and has achieved "Participating Member" status. The doctor has 5 years of experience providing cosmetic and aesthetic medical services, and is a member of Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS). Dr. Karlinsky has hospital affiliations at New York Methodist.
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Posted by maria3512
Dr.Karlinsky was the first plastic surgeon i went to when i decided to have my reduction. After meeting and speaking to her plus seeing pictures of past reductions she had done i knew i did'nt have to see any other doctors. She was helpful, kind and knowledgeable, bed side manner like no other. She even gave me her personal cell phone to call the evening after my surgery and in case i had any worries. She did an amazing job and i'm getting compliments non-stop.
Posted by janeneen
Chose her via a Lifebooker special offer but now call them direct and continue twice x 3 times a year non-surgical injections. Dr Karlinsky has a great calm manner, she never up-sells you treatments/products which i like.
Posted by NY1011
I can not stress how amazing Dr. Karlinsky has been! My only regret with her is that she is only my plastic surgeon and not a doctor for everything else!!! She is so caring and nurturing, and has me check up with her on her personal cell phone every 24 hours. I would not doubt recommending her to anyone!!!! She is just great and so is the staff at both offices and the surgery center! Love all of them!
Treatments offered at New Look New Life Surgical Arts
Blog Posts and Articles
Fat’s miraculous role in facial rejuvenation and cosmetic surgery By Victoria Karlinsky, M.D., F.A.C.S. Just say it and see you how feel: “fat.” Is there any other word so fraught with responses? Shame, heart disease, helplessness, diabetes, embarrassment, back problems, shopping frustrations, high blood pressure, name-calling, osteoporosis, self-loathing—there are a lot of reactions to “fat,” and not many of them are positive. But new developments in clinical research...
Education / Training
Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine, Cosmetic & Aesthetic Surgery
Chief Resident of the Year and recipient of the Leon Ginsburg Award
Fellowship: Facial Plastic and Cosmetic Surgical Center (Abilene, TX)