Posts By Gary D. Breslow, MD, FACS

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Gary D. Breslow, MD, FACS is a highly regarded board certified plastic surgeon in New Jersey, known by both patients and peers as a problem-solver with a warm, engaging personality, and an instinctive ability to identify and truly understand the goals of his patients and the patients, themselves.

Originally from Long Island, New York, Dr. Breslow graduated from Brown University with a Bachelor of Science degree and received his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine.

Following medical school, Dr. Breslow spent 6 years training at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania’s nationally renowned Integrated Plastic Surgery Residency Program. There he received extensive training in both cosmetic and reconstructive surgery from some of the nation’s top practitioners. After leaving Penn, he returned to NYU Medical Center to spend one year as the Microvascular Reconstructive Fellow at NYU’s prestigious Institute of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery.

Dr. Breslow is Board-Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and is licensed to practice plastic and reconstructive surgery in both New Jersey and New York.

TCA Peels

TCA peels use trichloroacetic acid to remove the top layer of skin, and come in a variety of concentrations. Downtime can vary from none at all to three weeks, depending on the intensity of the peel. TCA peels can burn or sting, but the pain doesn’t usually last beyond the duration of the treatment. What is a TCA peel? TCA is…

Fungal Acne

Fungal acne, or pityrosporum folliculitis, is an inflammation of the skin that occurs within the hair follicules. While it may look like regular acne, “fungal acne” is not actually acne at all, since it’s caused by yeast and not bacteria. Fungal acne is usually resistant to traditional acne treatments, but can be successfully reduced with the right body washes and…

Fibroadenoma

The vast majority of the lumps women find in their bosoms are not malignant tumors. They are much more likely to be relatively harmless cysts, or a fibroadenoma. Here we answer some of the most frequently asked questions on fibroadenoma symptoms, causes and treatments. What is a fibroadenoma? A fibroadenoma is a benign breast tumor that’s typically found in younger…

Do you keep getting told that you look tired or warn out? Under-eye veins are a common issue that might be to blame. These veins are among the most difficult facial cosmetic issues to treat on your own. Fortunately, a number of tried-and-true clinical methods are available to help you get rid of those stubborn blue veins for good. What causes under-eye veins?…

facial fat transfer

Facial fat transfer is an increasingly popular cosmetic procedure for facial rejuvenation. A facial fat transfer consists of "harvesting" fat from the thighs, belly or buttocks and injecting it into multiple points on the face. Facial fat transfers can achieve very natural-looking results and carry lower long-term costs when compared with synthetic injectable fillers. What is a facial fat transfer?…

Get rid of milia spots

Milia can affect anyone, from newborn babies to elderly patients. There are many potential causes of milia, which can often be traced to your skin-care regimen or a separate issue that has affected the surface of the skin. Thick creams and makeups should be avoided if you’re looking to prevent milia What are milia? Also referred to by the terms…

Venus Freeze

Venus Freeze uses magnetic fields and radio frequency to tighten skin on the face and neck. Six to ten sessions are generally required, spaced one week apart. The procedure is quick and painless, with no downtime whatsoever. Our skin tends to lose its firmness and elasticity as a natural part of the aging process, and nowhere is this more noticeable than on…

applying concealer to hide redness

faceBroken capillaries can be the result of a number of different issues; a very common one being too much sun exposure There are many professional and at-home treatments that can help remove broken capillaries from the face or other parts of the body. Wear sunscreen to protect your skin from the sun and to limit spider veins on the face…

25% of all adults have varicose or spider veins. For over 75 years, sclerotherapy has been the leading procedure to remove them. Sclerotherapy is simple, fast, effective, and comes with limited side-effects or potential risks. Recovery is practically instantaneous. What is sclerotherapy? Sclerotherapy is a microinjection procedure to treat spider and varicose veins. It's widely considered to be the “gold…

Hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis is a skin disorder characterized by excessive sweating which normally begins during adolescence. The condition can be effectively managed by both non-invasive and invasive treatments. 15.3 million people in the United States suffer from hyperhidrosis, or about 4.8% of the U.S. Population. What is hyperhidrosis? Hyperhidrosis is a condition that results in excessive sweating caused by an overstimulation of…

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