About Dara Liotta, MD
Dara Liotta, MD practices in New York at Dara Liotta, M.D. as a Facial Plastic Surgeon, board certified by American Board of Otolaryngology. Dr. Liotta was invited to join RealSelf in 2013, and has achieved "Distinguished Member" status. The doctor has 2 years of experience providing cosmetic and aesthetic medical services, and is a member of American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS). Dr. Liotta has hospital affiliations at Lenox Hill Hospital, and Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital.
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Posted by JCF2011
One of the nicest woman that I have met. Dr. Dara Liotta made me so comfortable and calm about the procedure. She explained everything fully to my mom and me before the surgery and kept my mom in the loop while I was recovering. I recommend her for anyone who is nervous about plastic surgery and wants a trustworthy doctor in NYC.
Posted by etatiana28
Dr .Dara Liotta made me feel comfortable from the beginning. She was very helpful and always avaliable to answers all my questions. Everyone is extremely helpful at her office, Even after surgery, she has keep in contact with me. My work schedule is alittle different and i live far, but she was able to schedule appointments easily.
Posted by Wowzermom
I had a great experience with Dr. Liotta. She is very professional and knowledgeable. I got botox, "oh wow" cheeks, and lip injections. I was nervous because I never did it before, but Dr. Liotta helped me to feel at ease. I am going back to her for another treatment on Friday, and I wholeheartedly would recommend her to my friends--- but since I want to look better than them, I will keep Dr. Liotta my secret. She is fantastic.
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Blog Posts and Articles
Synonyms Le Fort I fracture, horizontal fracture, maxillary fracture Definition In 1901, Rene Le Fort categorized fracture patterns of the Maxilla resulting from a single blow to cadevaric skulls. The fracture lines, or “linea minoros resistentiae”, described by Le Fort in 1901 are the basis for the modern Le Fort classification. The midface is attached to the cranium by three vertical buttresses that help distribute masticatory forces and stabilize the midface: the medial...
Synonyms LeFort fractures, maxillary fractures, Guerin fracture (Le Fort I), horizontal fracture (Le Fort I), pyramidal fracture (Le Fort II), craniofacial dysjunction (Le Fort III) Definition In 1901, Rene Le Fort categorized fracture patterns of the Maxilla resulting from a single blow to cadaveric skulls. The fracture lines, or “linea minoros resistentiae”, described by Le Fort in 1901 are the basis for the modern Le Fort classification. A Le Fort I fracture (also...
Synonyms Nasoethmoid orbital fractures, Naso-orbito-ethmoid fractures, NOE fractures Definition The Naso-orbital-ethmoid (NOE) region is the region lateral to the nasal bones and medial to the medial canthus. NOE fractures involve the lower 2/3 of the medial orbital rim, where the medial canthal tendon inserts. The classic NOE fracture pattern involves fractures of the lateral nose, the inferior orbital rim, the medial orbital ethmoid wall, the nasal maxillary buttress at the...
Synonyms Tripod Fracture, Tetrapod Fracture, Trimalar Fracture, Zygomatic Complex Fracture, Malar Complex Fracture, Maxillary Complex Fracture, Orbito-Zygomatico-Maxillary Fracture Definition The most common zygomatico-maxillary complex (ZMC) fracture pattern involves fracture of the frontozygomatic suture (lateral orbital rim), the zygomatic arch, the lateral buttress (zygomatico-maxillary buttress), and the inferior orbital rim. The fractures through the lateral...
ABSTRACT Large scars in the head and neck are often the cause of significant emotional distress to patients, and often present unique challenges to the plastic and reconstructive surgeon undertaking their revision. The primary goal of scar revision is to eliminate compromise of function that may have resulted from scar contracture; a secondary goal is to improve the appearance of the scar. Special techniques for the revision of large scars include serial partial excision, rapid...
Education / Training
Fellowship: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Lenox Hill Hospital