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Workshop Wednesdays - Beauty is a Lifestyle, Don't Take it for Granted

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Workshop Wednesdays with Tony Gambone and his guest Dr. Jeffrey LaGrasso

Dr. Jeffrey LaGrasso is a plastic surgeon in the complete sense.  His desire to make things more beautiful, his ability to listen, his artistic sense and his superior technical skills set him above the rest.  When asked how to define his work, Dr. LaGrasso replies that no detail is left neglected.  From the consultation, to the operative procedure and the post-operative care, everything is considered and planned down to the last meticulous detail.  Dr. LaGrasso uses a rigorous approach to his patients, with a highly individual touch.  His plan adapts to the concerns and goals of each new patient, as no two patients are alike.

Dr. Jeffrey LaGrasso is a world renown plastic surgeon who is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.  His surgical skills were perfected through his extensive training and experience.  Dr. LaGrasso completed his General Surgical training at the New York Hospital of Queens and then continued onto his Plastic Surgical training at Albany Medical Center.  He was then selected to complete a prestigious Craniofacial and Pediatric Plastic Surgery Fellowship at the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, an honor only a select few plastic surgeons receive.  This is an advanced specialty with emphasis on the reconstruction of complex deformities in children.  During his fellowship, Dr. LaGrasso received international acclaim for his involvement in the separation of the conjoined twins in Los Angeles in 2006.  While in California, Dr LaGrasso also maintained Plastic Surgery Privileges at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Beverly Hills.

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