Brian A. Pinsky, MD, FACS
Brian A. Pinsky, MD, FACS, is an ASPS Member plastic surgeon who is board certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery® and trained specifically in plastic surgery. ASPS members operate only in accredited medical facilities, adhere to a strict code of ethics and fulfill continuing medical education requirements in plastic surgery, including training in patient safety techniques. As your medical partner, Dr. Pinsky is dedicated to working with you to achieve your goals.
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Meet Dr. Brian Pinsky
Dr. Brian Pinsky joined Long Island Plastic Surgical Group in 2012. Dr. Pinsky received his undergraduate degree in 1999 from the University of Pennsylvania and completed the pre-medical program at Boston University in 2000. During this time, he also participated in Boston Medical Center’s Child Life Program, where he helped children and families cope with the stress caused by hospitalization and illness. He obtained his medical degree at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Ohio in 2005 and went on to complete a residency program in Plastic and Reconstructive surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York in 2011. Dr. Pinsky then received specialty training in Hand and Microsurgery during a fellowship at the UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California.
Dr. Pinsky is a board certified plastic surgeon. He performs a variety of plastic and reconstructive procedures, and specializes in complex hand and wrist injuries, nerve repair, rheumatoid arthritis, as well as the treatment of Dupuytren’s disease. He also performs the latest techniques in cosmetic enhancement, including breast augmentation, breast reduction, abdominoplasty, and rhinoplasty.
In 2011, Dr. Pinsky traveled to Lima, Peru with the non-profit organization, KomedyPlast, performing volunteer pediatric surgery on children with complex craniofacial deformities such as craniosynostosis, Apert Syndrome, and cleft/lip palate. He has also contributed to numerous articles and presentations educating peers on the latest advancements in plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Long Island Plastic Surgical Group (LIPSG) was established in 1948 and maintains its reputation as one of the premier plastic surgery practices in the United States. LIPSG doctors are committed to the safest treatment possible and quality patient care. The practice operates a fully equipped surgical facility that has been accredited by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, Inc. LIPSG currently comprises 21 plastic surgeons and is the oldest and largest private and academic plastic surgery practice in the United States. LIPSG’s main facility is located in Garden City, NY, and the practice has additional offices in East Hills, Babylon, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Flushing, Huntington, and Westchester. LIPSG also operates Deep Blue Med Spa, which offers clinically proven skin rejuvenation procedures and body treatments, New York Plastic Surgical Group, a division of LIPSG, and Dr.STITCH, a 24/7 on-call service and hotline. LIPSG surgeons also do extensive international charity surgery work through their support of ReSurge International.
LIPSG embodies a philosophy of treatment designed to help you achieve your goals with a comprehensive choice of procedures, the highest standards of safety, advanced techniques, and compassionate care.
Dr. Pinsky and his staff are here to guide you through your journey every step of the way to ensure that you have a personalized and fulfilling experience. The consultation is an important first step, giving you the chance to talk about your needs and goals and ask any questions you may have. Following an examination, you will receive an expert opinion on which surgical or non-surgical options may be a fit for you. You will also learn what to expect before, during, and after your procedure. At Long Island Plastic Surgical Group, our expert surgeons are dedicated to providing comprehensive and compassionate care with the highest standards of safety.
Babylon Office Location
Breast Implant Removal
Breast Implant Removal
Buttock Lift with Augmentation
Chemical Peels, IPL, Fractional CO2 Laser Treatments
Cosmetic Surgery & Computer Imaging
Ear Reconstruction Surgery
Eyelid Ptosis Repair
Free-Flap Breast Reconstruction
Giant Nevi Removal
Hand Surgery for Congenital Differences
Head and Neck Skin Cancer Reconstruction
Laser Skin Resurfacing
Lip Augmentation / Enhancement
Male Breast Reduction
Male Chest Implants
Post Burn Reconstruction
Skin Cancer Removal
Skull/Facial Bone Reconstruction
Tram Flap Breast Reconstruction
Ask a Surgeon
Dr. Brian Pinsky participates in the ASPS Ask A Surgeon service. View responses to public questions below.
Reconstruction after radiationBreast Reconstruction
Radiation after mastectomy and breast reconstruction can be very damaging to the skin of the breast. It is often necessary to bring in healthy skin from the abdomen, thigh, or back to remove the radiation damaged tissue. This would convert to an autologous reconstruction and can offer excellent natural-looking results. I suggest seeing a board certified plastic surgeon to discuss the options best for you.
Post BblBody Contouring
After any fat transfer surgery, a certain amount will take and some will not survive. This amount fluctuates depending on the technique used, location, and amount of fat injected. Once the fat survives, it is permanent. As with fat in any other location, it will grow and shrink with weight fluctuations, but overall the volume should maintain over time. Hope this helps!
Capsular Contracture??Breast Augmentation
Dear kimblee, What you are described does sound like capsular contracture. I would recommend seeing a board certified plastic surgeon to evaluate your implants. This is generally a clinical diagnosis. If caught early, you may try some prescription medications. However, you may need to consider revision surgery if the issues is causing malposition of the implant. Best of luck. Dr. Brian Pinsky
Does Having had a c-section affect a breast augmentationBreast Augmentation
Prior c-section should not affect your breast surgery in any way. I generally recommend waiting 6 months after breast feeding to allow the pregancy-related changes to resolve before performing any breast surgery. I recommend seeing a board certified plastic surgeon to discuss your options but breast augmentation should be an excellent choice.
Is 45 a good age for my first procedure?Facelift
45 is definitely not too early to begin thinking about facial rejuvenation. There are so many options available now in both non-invasive and surgical treatment.ms. It’s best to see a plastic surgeon to discuss your desires and see what the best treatment plan would be. Good luck.
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