Dr. Daniel Brauman is an internationally known Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon.

His contributions to Plastic Surgery include the development of a new Abdominoplasty (Tummy tuck) technique (published 2003), which has changed the way the procedure is performed the world over. Dr. Brauman continues to introduce new concepts that are changing the thinking of plastic surgeons in this field.

Dr. Brauman is the inventor of the "Textured Breast Implants". Textured implants improve the way the body heals around breast implants and help prevent "capsular contracture", the hardening of the breast that can occur after breast implants. Dr. Brauman's contributions in the area of textured implants have been recognized by the worlds' two largest manufacturers of breast implants; Inamed and Mentor as having led to improvements in implant technology for the benefit of people worldwide. He was granted four US and one European patents.

Dr. Brauman's other contributions include his unique Liposuction and Anesthesia techniques (published 2000). His facelift and eyelid surgical procedures as well as his novel fat grafting techniques have been developed over the years with a distinctive approach that characterizes the many diverse facial and body procedures he is an expert in. He believes that performing varied procedures of the face and body evoke inventiveness and allow his new ideas to emerge. By contrast, restricting his practice to a single procedure would be repetitive and stifling.

Dr. Brauman is a known and respected Plastic Surgeon. He is a member of many prestigious national and international Plastic Surgical and medical organizations and a past member of the Board of Directors of the American Cancer Society (Westchester). Dr. Brauman is an Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University. An authority in the field of Medical Biomaterials, Dr. Brauman was recently asked to serve as an Expert Consultant to W.L. Gore (makers of Goretex) for the medical applications of Goretex.
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