Jonathan Hilton Sherwyn, MD, FACS
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Jonathan Hilton Sherwyn, M.D., certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery - the only board recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialists to certify plastic surgeons. Dr. Sherwyn works closely with each patient to develop an individualized plan of treatment and is dedicated to helping you achieve your desired result.

Dr. Sherwyn performs a wide array of both surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures, including facelifts, brow lifts, blepharoplasty, rhinoplasty, abdominoplasty and liposuction; breast lifts, breast augmentation and breast reduction; injectables and fillers including BOTOX Cosmetic, Juvderm and Voluma, chemical peels and a variety of resurfacing procedures inclusive of laser.

read more › The single most important factor in the success of aesthetic (cosmetic) surgery is the surgeon you select. Jonathan Hilton Sherwyn, M.D., F.A.C.S. is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery - the only board recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties to certify plastic surgeons. Dr. Sherwyn is a graduate of Colgate University and the University of Health Sciences/The Chicago Medical School. He obtained his general surgery training at the Lenox Hill Hospital, New York and then attended the SUNY Downstate Medical Center, New York for his training in plastic surgery.

read more › The following page of "Honors and Awards" is dedicated to the recognition received by Dr. Sherwyn by a number of online review sources known to monitor and evaluate health care professionals. For a more comprehensive list of Dr. Sherwyn's "Honors and Awards", please refer to his curriculum vitae provided on the About Dr. Sherwyn page of this website.

read more › Our office maintains an on-site surgical suite for your comfort, convenience, privacy and complete safety. This facility has been fully accredited by The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), an organization dedicated to raising the level of safety and quality of care in all health care settings. Since 1951, JCAHO accreditation has been recognized as the gold standard in health care. The fact that this facility has gone through a challenging, comprehensive evaluation shows a commitment to provide safe, high quality care and a willingness to be measured against the highest standards of performance.

read more › The first thing people notice about you is your face. Whether it is your eyes or your smile, you are constantly aware of the impression you make on other people. When wrinkles, sun spots and other evidence of aging become more noticeable, cosmetic plastic surgery may be the answer. Your face is where aging leaves its most noticeable imprint. Facial rejuvenation surgery may involve procedures to reduce signs of aging in your mid-face, lower face and neck, as well as your eyelids, forehead and brow regions.

read more › The breast is the external symbol of a woman's gender, hence anything we can do to make the breast more appealing to a woman enhances her feeling of her own womanhood and gives her more self-assurance. There are many reasons why women have plastic surgery performed on their breasts. For some women, their breasts may be too small, for others it may be a need to correct an imbalance or restore volume lost after childbearing. Still others seek to reconstruct their breasts after a mastectomy. Whatever your decision, your consideration of any procedure should be based on realistic expectations.

read more › Injectables and fillers are popular nonsurgical techniques for treating facial lines and wrinkles. These minimally invasive procedures produce quick results with virtually no downtime. These treatments, however, are palliative, cannot correct facial sagging or achieve the same results as surgical or resurfacing procedures. Furthermore, a measured response to a patient's request should always be put into practice. There is a tendency among those increasingly plagued by the cultural obsession with youth and beauty to over pull, overfill and go too far.

read more › The gallery of images you are about to view contains photos illustrating surgical procedures. There are approximately 200 clinical cases encompassing 252 operative procedures presented amongst the images which appear below. They are clinical in nature and may include nudity. These images may not be suitable for all visitors and are intended only to provide an example of obtained results. If you are not an adult and do not have parental consent please select another section for viewing.

read more › I am post op day 16 today from my face and neck lift and my mind is simply blown at how phenomenal everything looks. It checks every box, looks completely natural, healing quickly, seamless incisions. I'll add that Having done this has put a lot of pep in my step. I believe radiance comes from within AND I believe in self-care of the highest form ( i love feminine clothes, flowers in my home, candles, healthy living). To look as youthful as I feel. After our consultation, (which was only 2 months ago!) everything moved along seamlessly.

read more › Plastic surgery is a specialty dedicated to the enhancement of the face and body. The word "plastic" originates from the Greek word plastikos that means to shape, sculpt or give form to. For those who wish to improve their appearance, cosmetic surgical procedures offer patients the opportunity to reshape physical features and improve their self-esteem. Patients tolerate postoperative pain in ways that are different from each other. Appropriate pain medications, which minimize discomfort, are prescribed for postoperative patients.

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