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Steven G. Wallach, MD

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Steven G. Wallach, MD

Steven G. Wallach, MD, 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. Wallach is dedicated to working with you to achieve your goals.


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Meet Dr. Steven Wallach


Steven Wallach, MD, FACS is a highly experienced and reputable plastic surgeon in New York City. He is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgery (ASPS) and the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery(ASAPS) as well as a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. As a member of ASPS, Dr. Wallach follows a strict code of ethics and shares the values of the organization when it comes to providing safe, honest, and effective plastic surgery care

Meet Dr. Steven Wallach

Dr. Steven Wallach is a board-certified plastic surgeon with over 20 years of experience performing procedures on the face, breasts, and body. Dr. Wallach practices in New York City where he is well known for providing exceptional cosmetic surgery care. In New York, he was a former president and a former member of the Board of Trustees of the New York Regional Society of Plastic Surgery.

Dr. Wallach received his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania before attending medical school at New York University School of Medicine. After medical school, he completed several residency programs in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. He then received his certification from the American Board of Plastic Surgery, the final step to his education.

During his years of performing plastic surgery procedures, Dr. Steven Wallach, MD has gained a reputation for surgical excellence when it comes to safety, innovation, and satisfying results. He has been quoted in places such as New York Magazine, Newsweek, Vogue, O: The Oprah Magazine, InStyle, and more. He has also made television and radio talk show guest appearances discussing his cosmetic surgery experience and views. His talents have also led him to be featured in New York Magazine’s “Best Beauty Docs” issue.

Dr. Wallach continues to learn and research the latest techniques and technology in plastic surgery. He has published articles on procedures such as on Transabdominal breast augmentation (TABA), limited access surgery, rhinoplasty, post-bariatric surgery treatment, and breast reduction surgery. He also serves as Associate Editor for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery for the ASPS official publication, and was the editor for the aesthetic section of the Plastic Surgery Education Network, an online education portal. He is also a former editor for the Aesthetic Surgery Journal. He has also held multiple positions in ASAPS and has been chairman of several committees. Dr. Wallachalso has a passion for teaching and sharing his experience with other medical professionals. He has been giving a teaching course at the ASAPS national meeting on vertical breast reduction to other plastic surgeons for several years. He is also an Associate Clinical Professor of plastic and reconstructive surgery at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

In New York City, Dr. Wallach provides care for patients seeking surgical and non-surgical procedures for the face such as facelift surgery, breasts, and body procedures like abdominoplasty, buttock augmentation, male breast reduction and liposuction surgery at his Fifth Avenue office-accredited surgical suite as well as various hospitals in Manhattan. More information on the procedures and services he provides such as plastic surgery for menare available on his website: www.stevenwallach.com. He can be contacted with questions or consultation scheduling at (212)861-6400. During the consultation, Dr. Wallach takes the time to listen to patient stories and concerns, developing a treatment plan that is unique to their needs and desired aesthetic outcomes. With the correct plastic surgery treatment and techniques, Dr. Steven G. Wallach MD strives to enhance the confidence and lives of his patients.

Procedures

Procedures Performed

Arm Lift

Body Contouring

Body Lift

Botulinum Toxin

Breast Augmentation

Breast Implant Removal

Breast Implant Removal

Breast Implant Revision

Breast Lift

Breast Reconstruction

Breast Reduction

Breast Reduction

Brow Lift

Buttock Implants

Buttock Lift with Augmentation

Cheek Augmentation

Chemical Peels, IPL, Fractional CO2 Laser Treatments

Chin Augmentation

Chin Surgery

Cosmetic Surgery

Dermabrasion

Dermal Fillers

Ear Reconstruction Surgery

Ear Surgery

Endoscopic Technique

Eyelid Surgery

Facelift

Facial Implants

Free-Flap Breast Reconstruction

General Reconstruction

Hand Surgery

Hand Surgery for Congenital Differences

Head-Neck Cancer Reconstruction

Injectable Fillers

Laser Hair Removal

Laser Skin Resurfacing

Lip Augmentation / Enhancement

Liposuction

Male Breast Reduction

Microdermabrasion

Microsurgery

Mommy Makeover

Neck Lift

Post Burn Reconstruction

Retin-A Treatments

Rhinoplasty

Scar Revision

Skin Cancer Removal

Skull/Facial Bone Reconstruction

Spider Vein Treatment

Tattoo Removal

Thigh Lift

Tram Flap Breast Reconstruction

Tummy Tuck

Ask A Surgeon

Ask a Surgeon

Dr. Steven Wallach participates in the ASPS Ask A Surgeon service. View responses to public questions below.

Breast augmentation

Breast Augmentation

Member Response:

Hi Melissa. I always try to accommodate my patients’s goals, but choosing the right implant for a patient really depends upon multiple factors including a patient’s goals, and their anatomy. Placing 800 cc implants into someone who starts out with an “A” cup is likely not possible on the first go around. This is usually due to the person’s anatomy limiting the stretch of the tissue in accommodating such large implants. I’m mire than happy to evaluate you to see if it is possible. Best of luck.

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How long is prep?

Breast Augmentation

Member Response:

There is no specific if using wAiting period per se. once I see a new patient, we can often get them scheduled at their convenience within a few weeks. Best of luck.

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7weeks post op

Tummy Tuck

Member Response:

You look like a patient that has lost a lot of weight, and their skin quality is very poor due to being overstretches from a lot of weight gain and then subsequent weight loss. It is very common for patients with this type of skin to have some rebound laxity. Review your concerns with your surgeon. Best of luck.

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Should I have a breast lift at 18?

Breast Lift

Member Response:

18 is a bit young, but a lift can be performed at any time. The size of your breast may be contributing to the sag so based upon an exam, you might consider a small reduction too. Best of luck.

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Just wanna feel beautiful in & out

Mommy Makeover

Member Response:

Congratulations on your weight-loss. You would have to be seen in person to determine what you would need. Often times patients after large amounts of weight loss will require More extensive procedures this might include a lower body lift along with a mastopexy. Best of luck.

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Breast Reduction at 16

Breast Reduction

Member Response:

If you have fully matured physically and your parents consent, then you can undergo a breast reduction. Good luck

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Breast lift

Breast Lift

Member Response:

The fee will vary by the complexity of the procedures. It usually starts around $10k. Best of luck.

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Would I be fine for surgery?

Liposuction

Member Response:

Having a thyroid condition that is stable should not prevent you from having liposuction good luck

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Diastatis recti

Tummy Tuck

Member Response:

It is unclear from your description if this is a diagnosis from an exam and/or a CTs scan or Ultrasound. If it is a diastasis the. A revision tummy tuck can treat that. You are best to come in for an evaluation in person. Best of luck. Hopefully we’ll see you soon

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Is a BBL or Buttock Implants a better choice for me?

Buttock Implants

Member Response:

In my vast experience nice with weight loss patients, a body lift is the first step. Fat injection or implants will not lift your buttocks they add volume

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Will a breast reduction reduce pain from my scoliosis?

Breast Reduction

Member Response:

Breast reduction surgery may improve symptoms of back and neck pain but there is no guarantee. I do not think it would have any effect on your scoliosis.

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Breast Reduction

Breast Reduction

Member Response:

You would need to see a plastic surgeon to be properly evaluated. Best of luck

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Can a Plastic Surgeon do a combined Ventral fat hernia repair with a Tummy tuck?

Tummy Tuck

Member Response:

I think it depends on the severity of the hernia. If bowel is adherent to the hernia, then it is probably best to perform this in conjunction with a general surgeon. It is really individualized from case to case.

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Blood clot

Tummy Tuck

Member Response:

You should complete your course of blood thinners which is often for 3-6 months. Once off the blood thinners you would need to get Ned clearance. It would also be important to know what the cause of your clot was. Best of luck. It might be possible and you likely would have to go on some form of chemoprophylaxis(blood thinner) after surgery temporarily. Best of luck.

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Fat and unshapely legs

Liposuction

Member Response:

It is hard to tell for sure from your photos. Many massive weight loss patients usually benefit from some form of thigh lifting to address loose skin. Liposuction may also help to debulk the legs Best to be seen in person

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Breast lift after breast reduction?

Breast Lift

Member Response:

Yes, it is very possible that you can undergo a breast lift after a previous breast reduction. It is not uncommon for breasts to sag a bit after a breast reduction. Many factors can effect the final result. Best of luck! See you soon!

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Fat grafting

Breast Augmentation

Member Response:

Fat can be harvested from just about all those areas you mentioned. It may require several treatments to achieve the desired volume. Implants are usually the first choice for a consistent volume.

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Best option for my breasts

Breast Augmentation

Member Response:

Sounds like you might need a combination of a lift abs implants and perhaps a small reduction of the larger breast. Best to be seen in person

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Breast Augmentation

Breast Augmentation

Member Response:

You can change from saline to silicone and shapes of implants. It all depends upon your anatomy and your desired volume. You would have to be seen in person Best of luck

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Breast Lift with Fat Graft

Breast Lift

Member Response:

Yes, it is possible to lift breasts and add volume at the same time. My preferred and most reliable way is to add an implant. This will guarantee the volume. Fat can be added as well

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