About Elan B. Singer, MD
Elan B. Singer, MD practices in New York at Elan B. Singer, MD, PC as a Plastic Surgeon, board certified by American Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Singer was invited to join RealSelf in 2009, and has achieved "Distinguished Member" status. The doctor has 8 years of experience providing cosmetic and aesthetic medical services, and is a member of American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). Dr. Singer has hospital affiliations at Lenox Hill Hospital/Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Long Island Jewish Medical Center and North Shore University Hospital.
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Posted by bshort
I always found Dr. S to be professional and courteous. He thoroughly prepared me by explaining clearly everything he would do for each procedure. I was very pleased with the results of my procedures and I would highly recommend Dr. S.
Posted by shash10
Dr. Singer is very personable and reassuring. I had him do my eyelids. His bedside manner is excellent. He explained everything in detail, told me what to expect during the procedure, recovery time, etc. The procedure went exactly as he had outlined it and the results are fantastic. I appear less tired. I look and feel 100 times better, and it improves as time progresses. Dr. Singer is a highly skilled surgeon.
Posted by Dana11
I highly recommend Dr. Singer. From the moment I met him, I felt comfortable and confident that I’ll get the results I desired. He is very professional, patient, and really takes the time to understand your goals and answer your questions. I went to Dr. Singer for breast augmentation and scar revision and I could not be happier with the results and my overall experience. I could not have asked for a better doctor. I would recommend Dr. Singer and his staff to anyone!
Posted by New York, NY
Dr S is a must see if you are considering any type of cosmetic procedure, whether elective or medical. He is extremely knowledgable, receptive to questions and has a good sense of humor...always a plus at a doctor's office.
Posted by Garden City1777
Dr. S was very personal and comforting during my awkward consult. He was confident as well as professional. As a result my "tummy tuck" went very well and I am so happy that I did it and I am very very pleased with my results! I will recommend him to everyone I know who needs a cosmetic procedure!!!!!!!
Posted by mmm07920
Dr. S was superb throughout my entire care and procedure. He took the time to listen intently to what I wanted to achieve; he explained in detail what the procedure would entail; and he spent considerable amount of time on my follow up care. My surgical results were wonderful and achieved exactly what I wanted. I am very, very pleased. Dr. S is very talented.
Posted by Hoboken
Dr. S made me feel secure and confident in my decision to get "work" done. He's personable, professional and great at what he does. He's the only doctor I'd recommend for my friends. Plus he's kinda cute!
Posted by j.nyc
When I finally stepped in to Dr. S's office i instantly loved his calm, no rush, polite and caring attitude. Poor guy, I literally spent an hour asking all types of questions, all the meanwhile he would answer each one in great detail! I was so amazed by him and his expertise, no other doctor even took half the time with me as he did. I went home, did further research on him as well as a background report and when everything came back flawless I made my appointment.
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Blog Posts and Articles
Is there such a thing as safe-sun? How dangerous is a tanning salon? And how about those color-changing chemicals in tanning creams? Summer is here, so we teamed up with Dr. Elan Singer to find out the safest way to get your glow! The UV Difference: Ultraviolet (UV) rays exist in two forms: UVA and UVB....
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Education / Training
Medical: MD, University of Vermont College of Medicine
Fellowship: Aesthetic Surgery, Lenox Hill Hospital