Arnold S. Breitbart MD, FACS
About the Practice
Cosmetic surgeon Arnold S. Breitbart, M.D., has extensive skill and experience helping patients to achieve their aesthetic goals in a comfortable, soothing environment.
Dr. Breitbart, strives to provide the highest-quality care in plastic surgery to each of his patients. From the initial consultation to the surgical procedure and post-operative care, Dr. Breitbart is committed to ensuring his patients' safe treatment with beautiful, natural results.
With a reputation that spans beyond his New York Liposuction Center practices in Manhattan and Log Island, cosmetic surgeon Arnold S. Breitbart, M.D., has earned his spot at the top of the plastic surgery field.
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At the New York Liposuction Center, you’ll have a wide array of options to choose from. In consultation with Dr. Breitbart, you’ll be able to decide which options will provide the results you hope to achieve. Procedures performed include:
- Smart Lipo
- Precision Tx™ laser face/neck lift
- Brazilian Butt Lift
- Tummy Tuck
- Breast Enhancement
Background & Certification
National Board of Medical Examiners, 1986
American Board of Surgery, 1992; Re-certified 2003
American Board of Plastic Surgery, 1996; Re-certified 2004
American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, 2007
Dr. Arnold Breitbart graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University and obtained his medical degree from NYU School of Medicine. He completed his general surgery and plastic surgery residencies at NYU Medical Center, and went on to complete fellowships in craniofacial surgery at NYU Medical Center, and microsurgery and breast reconstruction at Memorial Sloan-Kettering.
Dr. Arnold Breitbart has academic appointments as Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, and at Weill Cornell University Medical College.
Publications and Presentations
Breitbart, AS. The adhesion mechanisms of chick embryonic heart cells: a kinetic, immunological, and functional investigation with correlations to the adhesions mechanisms of neural retina cells. Senior Thesis, Princeton University, 1981.
Thomas, WA, Magnani, JL, Lobel, SM, Breitbart, AS Thompson, J, and Steinberg, MS. Dual adhesion mechanisms in embryonic chick tissue. J Supramolec Struct Cell Biochem Supplement 5:A836, 1981.
Thomas, WA, Edelman, BA, Lobel, SM, Breitbart, AS and Steinberg, MS. Two chick embryonic adhesion systems: molecular vs. tissue specificity. J Supramolec Struct Cell Biochem 16:15-27, 1981.
McCarthy, JG, LaTrenta, GS, Breitbart, AS, Grayson, BH, and Bookstein, FL. The LeFort III Osteotomy in the Child Under Seven Years of Age. In Caronni, EP, ed. Craniofacial Surgery 3, Proceedings of the Third International Congress of the International Society of Craniofacial Surgery, Bologna, Monduzzi Editore, 1988.
Breitbart, AS, Eaton, C, and McCarthy, JG. Crouzon syndrome associated with acanthosis nigricans - ramifications for the craniofacial surgeon. Ann Plast Surg 22:310-315, 1989.
LaTrenta, GS, McCarthy, JG, Breitbart, AS, May, M, and Sissons, HA. The role of rigid skeletal fixation in bone-graft augmentation of the craniofacial skeleton. Plast Reconstr Surg 84:578-588, 1989.
McCarthy, JG, LaTrenta, GS, Breitbart, AS, Zide, B, and Cutting, C. Hypertelorism correction in the young child. Plast Reconstr Surg 86:214-225, 1990.
McCarthy, JG, LaTrenta, GS, Breitbart, AS Grayson, BH, and Bookstein, FL. The LeFort III advancement osteotomy in the child under seven years of age. Plast Reconstr Surg 86:633-646, 1990.
Breitbart, AS, Harris, MN. Isolated metastatic breast carcinoma to the spleen. Contemp Surg 38:42-48, 1991.
Breitbart, AS, Harris, MN, Vazquez, M, and Mitnick, JR. Metastatic hemangiopericytoma to the breast. New York State J. Med 92:158-160, 1992.
Rapaport, DP, Breitbart, AS, Karp, NS and Siebert, JW. Successful microvascular replantation of a completely amputated ear. Microsurgery 14:312-314, 1993.
Breitbart, AS and Siebert, JW. Special Techniques. In Ruberg, RL and Smith, DJ, eds. Plastic Surgery: A Core Curriculum St. Louis, Mosby, 1993.
Breitbart, AS, Staffenberg, D, Glat, P, Cunningham, N, Reddi, AH, Ricci, J, Steiner, G, McCarthy, JG, and Thorne, CH. Tricalcium phosphate and osteogenin: a bioactive onlay bone graft substitute. In Ortiz-Monasterio, F, ed. Craniofacial Surgery 5, Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress of the International Society of Craniofacial Surgery, Bologna, Monduzzi Editore, 1993.
McCarthy, JG, Breitbart, AS, Glasberg, S, Gosain, A, Grayson, BH, Karp, N, Schreiber, J, Staffenberg, D, Thorne, CH, and Wood, R. Distraction osteogenesis of the craniofacial skeleton: a laboratory and clinical overview. In Ortiz-Monasterio, F, ed. Craniofacial Surgery 5, Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress of the International Society of Craniofacial Surgery, Bologna, Monduzzi Editore, 1993.
Roth, DA, Longaker, MT, Han, VK, Breitbart, AS, Gold, LI, and McCarthy, JG. The analysis of TGF-B1,B2,B3, and IGF-1 in premature cranial suture fusion in humans. Surgical Forum 45:734-736, 1994.
Longaker, MT, Roth, DA, McMullen, HG, Breitbart, AS, Wisoff, JH, Han, VK, Gold, LI, and McCarthy, JG. TG F-B1,B2,B3 and IGF-1 localization in rat cranial suture development and fusion. Surgical Forum 45:589-591, 1994.
Breitbart, AS, Staffenberg, DA, Thorne, CH, Glat, PM, Cunningham, NS, Reddi, AH, Ricci, J, and Steiner, G. Tricalcium phosphate and osteogenin: a bioactive onlay bone graft substitute Plast Reconstr Surg 96:699-708, 1995.
Breitbart, AS, Grande, DA, Kessler, R, Ryaby, J, and Grant, RT. Repair of calvarial defects using cultured periosteal cells. In Marchac, D, ed. Craniofacial Surgery 6, Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of the International Society of Craniofacial Surgery, Bologna, Monduzzi Editore, 1995.
Grande, DA. Breitbart, AS. Manji, R. Khalfan, S. Paulino, C. Ryaby, JT. Fitzsimmmons, RJ. and Grant, R. The repair of bone defects using periosteal tissue constructs. Trans Orthop Res Soc 21 (2):616, 1996.
Grant, RT, Breitbart, AS, and Parnell, V. Muscle flap reconstruction of pediatric post-sternotomy wound infection. Ann Plast Surg 38:365-370, 1997.
Breitbart, AS, D, Glat, Staffenberg, P, Rubinstein, J, Casar, R, Grossman, JAI, and Beasley, RW. An experimental study of small-joint compression arthrodesis. Ann Plast Surg 39:47-52, 1997.
Breitbart, AS, and Ablaza, VJ. Implant Materials. In Aston, SJ, Beasley, RW and Thorne, CH, eds. Grabb and Smith's Plastic Surgery, Boston, Little Brown, 1997.
Breitbart, AS, Grande, DA, Kessler, R, and Grant, RT. Bone consolidation of critical size calvarial defects using cultured periosteal cells. In Whitaker, L, ed. Craniofacial Surgery 7, Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of the International Society of Craniofacial Surgery, Bologna, Monduzzi Editore, 1997.
Breitbart, AS, Grande, DA, Kessler, R. Ryaby, J, Fitzsimmons, J, Grant, RT. Tissue engineered bone repair of calvarial defects using cultured periosteal cells. Plast Reconstr Surg 101:567-574, 1998.
Mason, JM, Grande, DA, Barcia, M, Grant, R, Pergolizzi, RG, and Breitbart, AS. Expression of human bone morphogenetic protein 7 in primary rabbit periosteal cells: potential utility in gene therapy for osteochondral repair. Gene Therapy 5:1098-1104,1998.
Breitbart, AS, Grande, DA, and Mason, JM. Tissue engineering and gene therapy in facial plastic surgery. Curr Opinion Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 6:226-231, 1998.
Breitbart, AS, Grande, DA, Mason, JM, Barcia, M, James, T, and Grant, RT. Gene modified tissue engineering: applications for bone healing using cultured periosteal cells retrovirally transduced with BMP-7 gene. Ann Plast Surg 42:488-495, 1999.
Grande, DA, Breitbart, AS, Mason, JM, Paulino, C, Laser, J, and Schwartz, R. Cartilage tissue engineering: current limitations and solutions. Clin Orthop Rel Res 367S:176-185, 1999.
Breitbart, AS, Mason, JM, Urmacher, C, Barcia, M, Pergolizzi,RG, Grant, RT, and Grande, DA. Gene enhanced tissue engineering: applications for wound healing using cultured dermal fibroblasts retrovirally transduced with the PDGF-B gene. Ann Plast Surg 43:632-639, 1999.
Mason, JM, Breitbart, AS, Barcia, M, Porti, D, Pergolizzi, RG, and Grande, DA. Cartilage and bone regeneration using gene-enhanced tissue engineering. Clin Orthop Rel Res 379S:171-178, 2000.
Breitbart, AS, Grande, DA, Laser, J, Barcia, M, Porti, D, Malhotra, S, Kogon, A, Grant, RT, and Mason, JM. Treatment of ischemic wounds using cultured fibroblasts retrovirally transduced with PDGF-B and VegF121 genes. Ann Plast Surg 46:555-562, 2001.
Epstein, N, Grande, DA, and Breitbart, AS. In vitro characteristics of cultured posterior longitudinal ligament tissue. Spine 27 (1):56-58, 2002.
Breitbart, AS, Laser, J, Parrett, B, Porti, D, Grant, RT, Grande, DA, and Mason, JM. Accelerated diabetic wound healing using cultured dermal fibroblasts retrovirally transduced with the PDGF-B gene. Ann Plast Surg 51:409-414, 2003.
Lee, JA, Parrett, BM, Conejero, JA, Laser, J, Chen, J, Kogon, A, Grant, RT, and Breitbart, AS. Biological alchemy: engineering bone and fat from fat-derived stem cells. Ann Plast Surg, 50:610-617, 2003.
Shaikh-Naidu, N and Breitbart, AS. Benign eccrine spiradenoma of the upper extremity: case report and review of the literature. Eur J Plast Surg 26:160-163, 2003.
Desrosier, A, Grant, RT, and Breitbart, AS. Don’t try this at home – Liposuction in the kitchen by an unqualified practitioner leads to disastrous results. Plast Reconstr Surg 113:460-461, 2004.
Hanasono, M, Parrett, B, and Breitbart, AS. Post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder presenting as a cutaneous forehead mass. Otolaryngology Head Neck Surg, 130:372-374, 2004.
Wear-Maggitti, K, Conejero, A, Lee, J, Schmidt, AM, Grant, RT, and Breitbart, AS. Use of topical sRAGE in diabetic wounds increases neovascularization and granulation tissue formation. Ann Plast Surg 52:519-522, 2004.
Lee, JA, Conejero, JA, Parrett, BM, Wear-Maggitti, KD, Grant, RT, Mason, JM, and Breitbart, AS. Lentiviral transfection with the PDGF-B gene improves diabetic wound healing. Plast Reconstr Surg 116:532-538, 2005.
Man, LX, Park, JC, Terry, MJ, Mason, JM, Burrell, WA, Liu, F, Kimball, BY, Moorji, SM, Lee, JA, and Breitbart, AS. Lentiviral gene therapy with PDGF-B sustains accelerated healing of diabetic wounds over time. Ann Plast Surg 55:81-86, 2005.
Conejero, JA, Lee, JA, Parrett, BM, Wear-Maggitti, KD, Grant, RT, and Breitbart, AS. Repair of palatal bone defects using osteogenically differentiated fat-derived stem cells. Plast Reconstr Surg, 117:857-63, 2006.
Awards & Honors
Castle Connolly Top Doctor Award: New York Metro Area, 2004 to 2016
Patients Choice Award - 2011 to 2016
Listed by Newsday as one of Top Plastic Surgeons on Long Island, 2005 to 2016
Included in Marquis’ Who’s Who in America
Invited reviewer, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Invited reviewer, Annals of Plastic Surgery
Invited reviewer, Gene Therapy
Invited reviewer, Molecular Therapy
Invited reviewer, Transplantation
Scientific Program Committee, Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons
Best maxillofacial presentation award, "Tricalcium phosphate and osteogenin: a bioactive onlay bone graft substitute," Plastic Surgery Senior Residents Conference, San Diego, California, May 25, 1993
Dr. Breitbart has been a high-profile plastic surgeon for many years and has been featured in Glamour, Allure, Self, Newsday and on NBC news. Additionally, Dr. Breitbart has been honored repeatedly by Castle Connolly as one of the top plastic surgeons in the New York metropolitan area, and has been named by Newsday as one of the top plastic surgeons on Long Island.
Affiliations & Memberships
American Society of Plastic Surgeons
American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Fellow American College of Surgeons
Plastic Surgery Research Council
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons
Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons
Nassau Surgical Society
American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association
STEP 1: VIRTUAL CONSULTATION
Dr. Breitbart provides a convenient and free Virtual Consultation where you can upload photos, ask questions, explain your goals. Upon completing the Virtual Consult, Dr. Breitbart will email you his professional opinion in a preliminary consultation.
STEP 2: PHONE/VIDEO CHAT
Upon completing the Virtual Consultation, Dr. Breitbart's staff will contact you to schedule either a telephone appointment or live Video Chat session via Skype or Facetime to review your Virtual Consultation with Dr. Breitbart.
STEP 3: PRE-OP VISIT
Dr. Breitbart does require a face-to-face visit with his patients prior to conducting surgery in order to check their physical health, medical history, to determine if you are a proper candidate for surgery, and to discuss the surgery in detail.
Dr. Breitbart's staff will help you determine how long you need to stay after surgery for a healthy recovery so that you can best plan your trip. In general, patients can stay anywhere from five to fourteen days. The staff will also educate you about the recovery process and healing, so you know what to expect before you get here.
Staff & Facilities
Skin Care Products
At his Long Island and Manhattan offices, Dr. Breitbart uses BOTOX® Cosmetic, Restylane®, JUVÉDERM™ Injectable Gel, Radiesse®, and other non-surgical treatments to help patients achieve smoother and younger-looking skin and lips without surgery.
Since cosmetic surgery is usually not covered under health insurance, Dr. Breitbart takes every effort to assist you in finding a suitable payment plan for your surgery. Our staff is always available to answer questions, discuss your concerns, and assist you in all areas of your surgery. Call us now to find out more about our payment methods and to talk to one of our team members. We offer payment plans through Care Credit and Alphaeon Credit.