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Learn how each year, Newsweek Magazine ranks the best Plastic Surgeons in the United States and has named New York’s Dr. Andrew Jacono as one of the Best Plastic Surgeons, again.
Newsweek recently ranked Dr. Jacono as one of the best facial plastic surgeons in the United States. Chosen from a pool of thousands of physicians, Dr. Jacono stood out for his artistic detail, quality of care, and incredible results.
“It is an immense honor to be named one of the best plastic surgeons in America,” says Dr. Jacono. “I go to great lengths to give my patients the best in bedside manner, ease of communication, and, of course, outcomes. For me, placement on the Newsweek list reflects my lifelong pursuit of excellence in all aspects of aesthetic treatment. It also inspires me to continue doing great work.”
Newsweek’s list breaks surgeons down into five procedural categories: breast augmentation, liposuction, facelift, rhinoplasty, and eyelid surgery. Dr. Jacono ranked highly in all three categories related to the face. Most impressively, he was included as one of the top 5 physicians for facelift surgery.
What, exactly, sets Dr. Jacono apart from the rest? The answer lies not only in his dedication to fantastic care but also in his pursuit of surgical innovations.
Dr. Jacono prides himself on his unique approach to aesthetic surgery. Whereas many other plastic surgeons employ cookie-cutter, “one-size-fits-all” techniques, Dr. Jacono tailors each procedure to the individual. During the consultation, he listens intently to his patient’s needs and wants before suggesting a concrete course of action.
“One of the most important parts of the process is the initial meeting,” says Dr. Jacono. “If I didn’t get to know the patient and inquire about their wishes, I wouldn’t know where to begin. The last thing I want to do is give someone something that they don’t want.”
This unparalleled attention allows Dr. Jacono to complete the surgery with the eye of a master artist. He views the face holistically and understands that small alterations in one part may affect the overall balance.
For this reason, Dr. Jacono shies away from using techniques that limit his ability to sculpt the face perfectly. Early on in his career, he was particularly unhappy with more traditional facelifting methods. Back then, the standard was to separate the skin from the underlying muscle before pulling the skin taut. This made patients look glossy, tight, and altogether unnatural.
Dissatisfied with traditional facelift limitations, Dr. Jacono developed a fresh technique called the Extended Deep-Plane Facelift. It keeps the skin and muscles together as a unit. This framework is then lifted on a vertical plane, eliminating jowls, deep wrinkles, and sagging pockets of tissue. The results look entirely natural. Downtime is also shorter compared to other facelifts and can be further curtailed with hyperbaric oxygen chamber treatments.
“To me, there is no satisfaction in producing an exaggerated result,” says Dr. Jacono. “I have also noticed that patients are generally unhappy when it’s obvious to other people that they’ve had work done. The Extended Deep-Plane Facelift is the perfect remedy to this problem. It quite literally goes deeper and allows me to make more significant structural changes that hold up over time. In fact, it lasts anywhere between 10 and 15 years. After that, the patient still looks better than they did before they had surgery.”
If Dr. Jacono’s innovations weren’t enough, he has also published widely in medical and scientific journals. He routinely spearheads studies into procedures such as rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty, lateral temporal lift, and, of course, facelift. His intention has always been to educate other cosmetic professionals in hopes of improving the plastic surgical sphere.
Dr. Andrew A. Jacono, M.D. F.A.C.S. is a world-renowned expert on minimally and non-invasive facial rejuvenation procedures. He is a pioneer in the field of facial plastic surgery, having developed a slew of techniques that offer natural, beautiful, and undetectable outcomes.
Dr. Jacono serves as an assistant clinical professor at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, as well as at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He is the head of facial plastic surgery at North Shore University Hospital on Long Island. A fellowship director for the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, he has trained over a dozen facial plastic surgeons.
Dr. Jacono has published an array of studies in major medical journals, including the Aesthetic Surgery Journal and the Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery. His work has also been highlighted in significant media outlets, including Good Morning America, Anderson, and CNN, as well as USA Today, Parade, and Harper’s Bazaar. Dr. Jacono’s reality television series, Facing Trauma, appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Network in 2011. The show centered on his pro bono work on victims of war, abuse, and birth defects.
Dr. Jacono is also an avid contributor to nonprofit causes. He is a senior advisor to FACE TO FACE, an organization that offers pro bono surgery to domestic violence victims. He is a volunteer surgeon for Healing the Children and embarks on annual medical missions to countries like Colombia and Ecuador. Philanthropic pursuits such as these make up a major part of his professional practice.
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