Barry H. Dolich MD, FACS
About the Practice
Twenty-nine years of experience in plastic surgery have been refined and focused to produce customized treatment plans for each individual patient. Each plan is based on three basic principles:
Dr. Dolich, who is an Associate Professor of Plastic Surgery at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, believes that listening to the patient in an unhurried environment is the key to patient satisfaction.
This is coupled with his belief that plastic surgery is an important method of providing "body maintenance" in a holistic framework of healthcare delivery.
Finally, a caring and experienced staff, knowledgeable in all areas of todays healthcare system is an integral part of providing customized care.
Depending on the circumstances and patient desires, surgery can be provided in an office setting or a free standing, New York State accredited facility, or at a number of hospitals in the metropolitan area.
Dr. Dolich specializes in Cosmetic Surgery including:
- Abdominoplasty * Eyelid Surgery
- Botox® Injections * Facelift
- Breast Lift * Laser Skin Resurfacing
- Breast Reduction * Liposuction
- Breast Augmentation * Neck Lift
- Breast Reconstruction following mastectomy * Otoplasty
- Chemical Peel * Rhinoplasty
From Queens/Long Island
Via Whitestone Bridge:
Take the Whitestone Bridge to Hutchinson River Parkway North to the East Tremont Avenue/Westchester Avenue exit. Turn left on East Tremont Avenue. Bear right on Little League Place and turn right on Westchester Avenue. Turn left on Waters Place.
From New Jersey:
New Jersey Turnpike to I-95 North. Take the Pelham Parkway West exit, Exit 8C. Go onto Hutchinson River Parkway South to exit 2 and turn right at the light. Go past the next light and make a right at the Hutchinson Metro Center. Go through security and drive to the stop sign. At the stop sign make a sharp right and the building is on your left. It is the South Lobby entrance, main floor.
Via First Avenue
Straight to Willis Avenue Bridge to Bruckner Blvd. I-278/Bruckner Expressway ramp towards New England/Throgs Neck Bridge. I-278 exit towards New Haven. Castle Hill/White Plains exist off I-278. Left on Castle Hill Avenue. In ½ mile turn right onto Westchester Avenue. Turn left on Waters Place.
Via Amsterdam Avenue
Left onto West 79th Street. Take Route 9A North. Take Cross Bronx Expressway. Merge onto I-95. Take exit 5B, turning left onto Castle Hill Avenue. Turn right onto Westchester Avenue. Turn left on Waters Place.
From Northern Suburbs:
Via Merritt Parkway
Merritt Parkway merges into Hutchinson Parkway. Off Hutchinson take Exit 2, East Tremont Avenue. Turn right onto Waters Place. Go through security and drive to the stop sign. At the stop sign make a sharp right and the building is on your left. It is the South Lobby entrance, main floor.
Off I-95 take Hutchinson Parkway South exit towards Whitestone Bridge, Exit 14. Off Hutchinson Take Exit 2, East Tremont Avenue. Turn right onto Waters Place. At the stop sign make a sharp right and the building is on your left. It is the South Lobby entrance, main floor.
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Background & Certification
American Board of Plastic Surgery - 1975
Under Graduate: Alfred University - B.A. 1962
Medical School: New York State Health Sciences Center - Syracuse 1966
Internship: Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1970
Plastic Surgical Residency: Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1973
Post Residency Training: Nancy France, Vienna Austria
Length of time in practice: Since 1973
Associate Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery – 1974
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Bronx, New York
Member – Medical Executive Committee
Jack D. Weiler Hospital – 1992
Publications and Presentations
“Drug Overdose as a Cause of Crush Syndrome & Ischemic Contracture.” Journal of Trauma, Vol. 13, No. 3, March 1973
“Reconstruction of the Metacarpal Hand.” Hand Journal, November 1974
“Use of the Articular Branch of the Ulnar Nerve Graft.” American Society of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Vol. 60, No. 3, 466 – 7, September 1977.
“Use of Cross-Forearm Neurocutaneous Flap to Provide Sensation & Coverage in Hand Construction.” American Society of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Vol. 62, No. 4, October 1978.
“Infiltrating Lipoma of the Proper Digital Nerves.” J. Hand Surgery, 1982 July 7, (4): 401-3, M. Kalisman, Barry H. Dolich, M.D.
“The Value of Microscopic Control for Difficult Skin Cancers”. Virginia Medical Journal, May 1978 – Barry H. Dolich, M.D. & Kenneth Olshansky, M.D.
“Reduction Mammoplasty Utilizing the Superior Pedicle Technique”: A Six Year Retrospective co-authors, Barry H. Dolich, M.D., Marciano I. Miclat, M.D., Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, June 1982.
“Isolated Metastases t9o the Carpal Bones,” – Bulletin for Hospital for Joint Disease, April 1970.
“Impending Ischemic Contracture in the Burned Hand & Upper Extremity,” – Bulletin of Hospital for Joint Disease, Vol. XXXVII, No. 1, April 1976.
“Treatment of Painful Recurrent Neuromata.” American Society for Surgery of the Hand Newsletter, May 1979.
“Surgical Treatment of the Dialysis Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.” American Society for Surgery of the Hand Newsletter, November 15,1987.
“Reconstruction of the Metacarpal Hand,” American Society of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Houston, Texas – November 1974.
“Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery of the Burn Patient,” at Symposium, “Burns – A Comprehensive Approach,” White Plains, New York, June 11-12, 1976.
“Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Following Mastectomy for Breast Cancer,” at St. John’s Riverside Hospital, Yonkers, New York, April 24, 1979.
“Superior Dermal Pedicle Mammoplasty”: “A Seven Year Retrospective,” presented at American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Colorado Springs, Colorado, May 1979.
“Treatment of Infection of the Hand,” American Society for Surgery of the Hand Symposium = Hospital for Joint Disease, October 10,1987, New York City, New York.
“The Forearm Neurocutaneous Flap,” – Berish Strauch, M.D. et el (Eds.) Grabb’s Encyclopedia of Flaps, Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1990 – p 1089, Barry H. Dolich, M.D.
Awards & Honors
Listed in How to Find the Best Doctors in the New York Metropolitan Area 1997-2001
The Best Doctors in New York listed in New York Magazine 2002
Affiliations & Memberships
Albert Einstein College Hospital - Bronx, NY
Montifiore - Bronx, NY
New York Eye & Ear Hospital, NY, NY
Westchester Square Hospital - Bronx, NY
American Society of Plastic Surgeons
American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Fellow American College of Surgeons
American Cleft Palate Association
New York Regional Society of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
New York Academy of Medicine
New York State Medical Society
American Society of Surgery of the Hand
New York Society of Surgery of the Hand-Past President
Hand Surgery & Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery for The Children’s Aid Society, New York City – 1980 to Present.
Rye Historical Society
Rye Youth Council
Rye Youth Council
Elective offices Held:
Treasurer – New York Society for Surgery of the Hand – 1989-1990.
President Elect – New York Society for Surgery of the Hand – 1990-1991.
President – New York Society for Surgery of the Hand – 1992-1993.
Member: A.E.C.O.M. Faculty Senate 1989 to present.
Free cosmetic consultations are available.
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Staff & Facilities
Surgicare Surgery Center of NY in the Bronx, with full state and federal accreditation is a state-of-the-art facility convenient to all transportation
Skin Care Products
Botox, Glycolic skin renewal, Scar Guard, Restylane
MasterCard, Visa, Finance program available