Considered leaders in the field of aesthetic surgery, Dr. Stafford R. Broumand and Dr. Daniel Y. Maman are Harvard-trained, board-certified plastic surgeons devoted to providing exceptional care and beautiful results while maintaining the utmost levels of patient safety. As two of the most extensively trained surgeons in New York City, both doctors are highly proficient in a comprehensive array of cosmetic treatments spanning from facial rejuvenation, breast enhancement, and body contouring to minimally invasive injectables and non-surgical skin care. In addition, they provide various options for women seeking breast reconstruction following mastectomy, and they oversee an assortment of wellness programs and services offered here at 740 Park Plastic Surgery.
Committed to remaining at the innovative forefront of plastic surgery, Dr. Maman and Dr. Broumand are active members of several prestigious medical organizations centered around continuing education, including such associations as the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the New York State Society of Plastic Surgeons. Both doctors are recipients of numerous accolades for their excellent patient care and natural-looking outcomes, and each is regularly asked to make appearances in television and print media to provide insight about trending topics and innovative approaches in the realm of aesthetic enhancement.
To learn more about our doctors, or for tips about how to choose the right plastic surgeon, we encourage you to continue reading the information provided below. If you have any additional questions, or if you wish to schedule a consultation at 740 Park Plastic Surgery, please contact us today.
Dr. Stafford Broumand
Dedicated to remaining at the forefront of plastic surgical innovation.
Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the former President of the New York State Society of Plastic Surgeons, Dr. Broumand is one of the most highly regarded plastic surgeons in New York City. He has received extensive education and training at some of the world’s leading medical institutions—including Yale University, Harvard Medical School, and College des Medicines de Paris, France—and he has several times been named a “New York Metro Area Top Cosmetic Doctor” by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., among numerous other top doctor recognitions. From breast augmentation and abdominoplasty to eyelid lift and non-surgical skin rejuvenation, Dr. Broumand takes pride in ensuring each patient receives the individualized care necessary to safely and effectively achieve their desired outcomes with natural-looking results.
Dr. Daniel Maman
Devoted to providing the most advanced, least invasive treatments possible.
Dr. Daniel Maman is a Harvard fellowship-trained Board Certified plastic surgeon, specializing in cosmetic surgery of the breast, body and face. As a testimony to his beautiful outcomes and incredibly high patient satisfaction, he has appeared on the New York Times lists of “Top Doctors” and “Super Doctors in Plastic Surgery”, Castle Connelly lists of “Top NYC/Metro Plastic Surgeons” and “America’s Top Doctors”, each of the last several consecutive years. He is also a regularly featured expert on the “Plastic Surgery Channel”, and has appeared in Harper’s bazaar, Allure, Elle, Time Magazine, The Today Show, and the New York Post. His interview topics often include discussion of state-of-the art techniques for achieving natural results in procedures ranging from breast augmentation to blepharoplasty.
What to Consider When Choosing a Plastic Surgeon
Choosing the right plastic surgeon to perform your cosmetic surgery procedure is imperative to receiving the safest, most effective treatment, as well as achieving optimal outcomes based on your unique needs and goals. The following are six factors to consider when making this important decision:
- Make sure your surgeon is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS). There are a number of boards by which operating physicians can be certified—such as the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery, the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the American Board of Surgery, etc.—though not all are created equal. The American Board of Plastic Surgery is the only legitimate certification for plastic surgeons. Learn more about the distinctions of ABPS in the next section.
- Make sure your surgeon is an expert in the particular field of surgery you are considering. For instance, you want to have a physician who is well-seasoned and capable, meaning they are not just beginning to practice plastic surgery; they have been performing plastic surgery for a long time and have the capacity to achieve your desired results.
- Choose someone with whom you have a good rapport. Your plastic surgeon is not only going to be performing your surgery, they are also going to be caring for you before your surgery and following up with you long after your operation. You want someone who understands you, connects well with your personality, and will be fully compassionate and attentive throughout your entire procedural process.
- Talent is key. Many surgeons have great PR, some have high positions at hospitals and institutions, but none of that necessarily equates to talent. It is good to speak with other patients as well as view results the doctor has been able to achieve in order to assess their skill and eye for aesthetics.
- If they operate in-office, make sure they do so in a certified surgical suite. Accreditation for on-site surgical facilities requires surgeons to meet and maintain the same standards of safety and care upheld in hospital operating rooms.
- Keep in mind that you get what you pay for. Though lower prices can be tempting, you should be aware that cost more often than not reflects the expertise of your surgeon, as well as the quality of care you can expect to receive.
Ultimately, if something does not feel right, it is probably not right. Take your time, do your homework, and only proceed with treatment when you feel absolutely comfortable.
Importance of Selecting a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon
Though there are a number of physicians—as well as non-physicians—who offer cosmetic procedures at their practices, a key distinction all patients should look for in their prospective surgeon is whether or not they are certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
The American Board of Plastic Surgery, or ABPS, is one of 24 “Member Boards” recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties—the only government-sanctioned organization that certifies medical specialty boards in the U.S. Each of these Member Boards assesses and certifies physicians who prove they have the clinical judgment, attitude, and expertise necessary to deliver exceptional patient care in their specific specialty. In addition to confirming such credentials as graduation from an accredited medical school and completion of residency training in a recognized institution, the evaluation conducted by every Member Board also entails a strenuous examination process that must be passed before board certification can be obtained.
Ultimately, the American Board of Plastic Surgery is the only recognized board that evaluates and certifies plastic surgeons, and verifying that your prospective physician is certified by ABPS ensures they have met and consistently maintain rigorous standards of plastic surgical care and excellence throughout all aspects of their practice.
Why Choose the Doctors of 740 Park Plastic Surgery?
In addition to its youthful vitality and convergence of world culture, New York City is well known for its exceptional standards of health and beauty. Situated at 740 Park Avenue in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, 740 Park Plastic Surgery is no different in regard to the aesthetic enhancement and wellness of our patients. Dr. Maman and Dr. Broumand have dedicated their medical careers to helping both men and women achieve their cosmetic goals with beautiful, natural-looking results. Understanding that genuine self-satisfaction extends beyond physical enhancement, our doctors have also incorporated several wellness services and nutritional programs into our practice that can supplement our aesthetic treatments while helping patients attain—and maintain—an improved well-being from within.
Above all, Dr. Broumand and Dr. Maman are committed to providing individualized, compassionate care with the utmost regard for safety and discretion. They strive to develop open, personal relationships with each and every patient, and regardless of the procedure the individual elects to receive, they will do everything in their power to ensure he or she receives the safest, most effective care before, during, and long after treatment.
Our Surgeons Are Recognized Leaders in Aesthetic Medicine
Renowned as two of the most highly skilled and respected plastic surgeons in New York, Dr. Broumand and Dr. Maman offer an inclusive span of surgical and non-surgical treatments for breast enhancement, body sculpting, facial rejuvenation, and skin revitalization. As testament to their surgical aptitude and extensive knowledge of the aesthetic field, both doctors have been featured in the media on several occasions, including TV appearances on “Good Morning America,” “The Today Show,” and “Fox 5 News,” as well as focal pieces in the The New York Times, Cosmopolitan™, Harper’s BAZAAR™ Magazine, O, The Oprah Magazine™, and other respected publications. Furthermore, Dr. Maman and Dr. Broumand are frequently asked to highlight their distinct approaches to numerous cosmetic procedures on The Plastic Surgery Channel (PSC), which is an esteemed multi-media outlet run exclusively by some of the world’s leading plastic surgeons.
Our Doctors Accommodate All Stages of Aging
Dr. Maman and Dr. Broumand strive to provide an all-encompassing, global approach to healthcare for patients. It is not simply about coming to our office for a specific concern, receiving treatment, and then being done forever. Instead, our doctors’ approach involves three key stages: preservation, maintenance, and correction—all of which can overlap.
When an individual comes in for a consultation, our team will figure out which stage they most appropriately fit into based on their specific needs and goals. For some patients, it could initially be the preservation stage, which may necessitate topical skin care treatments, nutrition and lifestyle modifications, or noninvasive procedures to help preserve what is youthful and attractive. Once we have gotten them to a good state—whether it is with their skin quality, diet, complexion, weight, etc.—we can move to other treatments, such as minimally invasive procedures, to help maintain their appearance and overall wellness.
In contrast, others could be interested in having something corrected the first time they see one of our surgeons, after which we will transition them onto a preservation and/or maintenance schedule. For example, let’s say a patient receives rejuvenative eyelid surgery. If there is sun damage that keeps recurring around the eyes later down the road, this can be treated with nonsurgical techniques such as laser resurfacing to help preserve a youthful look.
Ultimately, everyone falls into one of the three aging categories, and we have a full gamut of treatments and procedures for each individual’s unique needs. Above all, we endeavor to provide a comprehensive approach to beauty, health, and wellness that helps patients maintain optimal results throughout the lifelong aging process.
We Are More Than Just a Surgical Office
Rather than being categorized as simply a surgical office, a skin treatment office, or a wellness office, our goal is to bridge the gap between each aspect of care. Patients can come to our practice and receive input from several qualified professionals, including a board-certified plastic surgeon, aesthetician, dietitian, chef, lymphatic massage therapist, and various medical assistants. We are not just offering one option; we are combining and bundling all of these together to achieve a great outcome. So, if someone undergoes facelift surgery, they will also receive a lymphatic massage, aesthetician-supervised recuperation, skin care, post-surgical maintenance treatments, and more. In the end, the combination of all these elements can help preserve the investment each individual makes in his or her appearance throughout the aging process.