Newark Plastic Surgeon
4745 Ogletown-Stanton Road, Medical Arts Pavilion I Suite 226
Newark, Delaware 19713 US
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5 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck

It is Time!!! - Newark, DE

For the past several years I have been comtemplating a TT and in less than 48 hours I will be on the flat side. I first had my consult in February and after having to reschedule my TT in April and then earlier this month it is here. First I want to thank all of you that have shared your experiences. Without you, I wouldn't have felt as prepared as I do now. I used all of your checklists...

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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery


American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS)
American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS)

Consultation Fee

$95. Fee may be deducted from surgeon fee.

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Balakhani has hospital affiliations at Christiana Care Wilmington & Christiana Hospital. St. Francis Hospital and A.I. Dupont Children's hospital.


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BA in Biology, University of Southern Illinois, 1964
    Dental: Meharry Medical College, 1968
    Medical: Hahnemann University, 1976
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Metropolitan Hospital New York Medical College, 1972
    General Surgery, Wilmington Medical Center, Wilmington, DE, 1979
    Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Wilmington Medical Center, Wilmington, DE, 1981
    Fellowship: Head & Neck Surgery M.D. Anderson Hospital, Houston, TX, 1980

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Recliner needed???

Very seldom do patients require rental of a recliner post this procedure. Many patients opt for bed step stools. If you wish to be safer, 4 weeks... READ MORE

Will I achieve a good result at my current weight, if I am undergoing a mommy makeover? (Photo)

Mommy makeover may produce a 5 pound maximum reduction in your current weight. If you are currently happy with your weight, you are ready for your... READ MORE

Is a face lift required for thick skin patients after buccal fat removal?

The amount of buccal fat removal should be determined on the amount of adipose tissue present in this area in relationship to skeletal and muscular... READ MORE

After under arm surgery I have some seroma left in arms. What should I do as it bothers me?

Seromas can be aspirated about two weeks after surgery if there is recurrence of seroma a culture should be obtained and should be treated for two... READ MORE

Would I be able to get a new nose that still fit my face? (photos)

The best way to determine near possible features which you wish to have, standard frontal and lateral view photography is essential. After this you... READ MORE

Forehead Lift Vs. Endoscopic Forehead Lift?

Endoscopic is preferred in the hand of an experienced plastic surgeon. It requires very minimal healing time and produces no permanent scalp numbness,... READ MORE

Forehead lift types?

The safest type of forehead lift is endoscopic and it can be equally effective in the hand of a expereinced plastic surgeon. Sometimes blepharoplasty... READ MORE

Pain Pumps, yay or nay?

It will not completely control abdominal pain, therefore the pain management should be augmented with oral analgesic. It depends on the physicians... READ MORE

Looking for least invasive procedure for mid-face and jowl lift.

The least invasive procedures are generally the least effective procedures. Laser resurfacing and chemical peels only improve the texture and fine... READ MORE

What are signs of incision infection? (photos)

Itching is a normal event. Swelling, redness, pain, and drainage at the site are the hallmarks for infection. Dressing generally should be removed by... READ MORE

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