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5 out of 5 stars Breast Reduction
I've known about this doctor for a few years I first went to see him when I was 18 but a lot of things got in the way of me going thru w this surgery I am so happy that when i was presented the opportunity again that dr goldstein was still around and still accepted my insurance
5 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
He & his staff are the best..
4 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
Under the control of the office staff, who is as unprofessional as they come. I've never been told that my previous practitioner "couldn't have been too good" by a medical record woman who was trying to give me Medical advice. Very sad.
1 out of 5 stars Male Breast Reduction
I had a procedure done twice by Dr Goldstein back in 2008 which changed my life in the worst way. The procedure done to me was gyno removal (male breast). The first surgery he didn't remove enough gland and it made it look like I still had breast. I confronted him about it and he stated he would do a revision,which was the mistake of my life. I went under the knife again, but this time I was...
American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS)
$100 applied to the cost of the procedure
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolMedical School:
M.D., Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania State University, 1977
Treatments offered at Bronx Plastic Surgery
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This combination of procedures can be safely done and may also save you some money, especially with some of the anesthesia and operating room fees. If... READ MORE
This does not look like tubular breasts but breast ptosis and mild macromastia. It is questionable if this will be covered by your insurance co. READ MORE
It looks like you needed a breast lift along with the implant placement. That would allow for correction of the asymmetry. The down side... READ MORE
This a long time and an infected implant needs to be considered. Have there been any cultures and have you been on antibiotics? i would... READ MORE
The complication rate may be higher at this weight however if you are medically stable the procedure can be done safely. READ MORE
If the implants were placed under the muscle it is possible that the muscle may not have been released the same amount on each side. It may take 6-8... READ MORE
You should continue to lose weight before the procedure both to decrease risks and complications and to get the best result. I'm sure you could... READ MORE
Based on the photos alone i believe that implants alone will correct the problem. This will fill out the upper portion of your breasts with the least... READ MORE
If the muscles have been stretched they need to be tightened to get a flat lower Tummy. This can only be accomplished with a full or or lower... READ MORE
I think this is a personal option of the surgeon. I use a long lasting dissolving suture however may will use a permanent suture READ MORE
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