I do more otoplasty and ear surgery than anyone in the New York area. Why?
When I started my practice in 1989, no one in New York was an expert in ear surgery. I began with the reconstruction of ears on children who were born without ears (a condition known as Microtia). Not only has that become a fascinating specialty in itself, it led to hordes of patients interested in other ear issues: prominent ears, large ears, ears with unusual folds and shapes, ears with tumors, ears with defects from trauma or piercings, ears with problems related to previous surgical attempts, and ears that were distorted from facelift surgery. As a result, I became the ear expert in New York.