Westport Facial Plastic Surgeon
163 Main Street West, ElixirSpa
Westport, Connecticut 06880 US
Call Doctor Write a Review

Treatment Pricing

Treatment Pricing
Get a price quote
Coming soon!
3K profile views
13 years experience
19 expert answers
Last contacted by
a user ...

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology


American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS)

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Stupak has hospital affiliations at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Surgery Center of Fairfield County, Yale New Haven Hospital.


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: Emory University
    Medical: MD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Residency: Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, University of California
    Fellowship: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, with Dr. Calvin M. Johnson, Jr, Tulane University School of Medicine

Treatments offered at Howard D. Stupak, M.D.

Most popular answers from Howard Stupak, MD

Narrow by:

Left nostril skewed. How can this asymmetry be fixed? (Photo)

Your nose can be fixed by repositioning the septum. This works better than removing cartilage and grafting as is currently done for this problem. READ MORE

Do I have a tension nose? Should I be scared of Prolene sutures placed permanently inside my nose? (Photo)

Hi Anne- In these pictures you have a classic tension nose, as seen at the upper lip and bridge fullness. The best thing to do is reduce the septal... READ MORE

Botox or Botox fillers? (Photo)

For sure you will do well with conservative Botox to lift the central portion of your brow! Not much is needed maybe 15-20 units READ MORE

Botox cheek droop. Is it permanent?

The Botox will fade over three months. Botox to the lower crows feet always weakens support of the cheek. I would avoid having this done in the... READ MORE

Crooked septum like a bow. What are the possibilities of fixing my nose and it not collapsing? (Photo)

HiI am certain this is fixable without collapse if you have not used cocaine in your nose and not had prior surgery. Deviated septum at the base are... READ MORE

What should I do to fix my nose? Is it deviated, or is it simply a dorsal hump? (Photo)

You do have a deviated and raised bridge. These can frequently happen together because the septum exerted pressure upon these bones during growth. You... READ MORE

Am I a candidate for Rhinoplasty? What options are available?

Hi - You are a good candidate for a repositioning rhinoplasty. Your nasal septum is overgrown causing the deviation, curvature and pulls a little on... READ MORE

Is it possible to only address a wide bridge and leave the tip alone? (Photo)

It is possible to narrow the wide bridge alone but it is important to at least assess the tip cartilages at the time of consultation as to whether... READ MORE

Would I be more suited to a non surgical nose job or a surgical one? (photos)

Because of your functional problems, an inside the nose rhinoplasty will serve you best. The septum is bulging to the surface at the point where it... READ MORE

Hanging columella and possible deviated septum ? How much ? Recovery? Will I drastically change appearance? (photo)

Your problems are all due to septal overgrowth causing the deviation, the tip problems, the upper lip shortening and stretching and the hump on the... READ MORE

There is no recent activity.

*Your results may vary. Any specific claims or permanence length of results vary for each patient and are not guaranteed.