Dr. Barry Weintraub, a board-certified plastic surgeon practicing in the heart of New York on Fifth Avenue and 61st Street and recently named one of America’s Best Plastic Surgeons in 2023 by Newsweek for facelifting, has been feted by Park Magazine with an event celebrating his work at the David Nolan Gallery.
Top professionals in the field have recognized Dr. Weintraub by voting for him in Newsweek, which recently released its annual list of the Best Plastic Surgeons for 2023. Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, Dr. Barry Weintraub has over 30 years of experience and has earned a reputation for his exceptionally natural-looking results.
Park Magazine selected Dr. Weintraub as their Fall 2023 Magazine cover Publisher, recognizing both his expertise and patient-centered approach.
Park Magazine Publisher Christopher Pape commented, “Park Magazine is keen to recognize Dr. Weintraub as among the best plastic surgeons for 2023 as he is dedicated to providing his patients with the highest quality of medical and plastic-surgical care. He has a gift for delivering the most sophisticated, age-appropriate results, always with a keen eye toward natural attractiveness.”
Notable attendees included: Dr. Barry Weintraub, Jill Sand, Christopher Pape, David Nolan, Eric Ross, Natalie Ross, Leesa Rowland, Sofie Mählkvist, Alan Brown, Luisa Diaz, Jose Castelo Branco, Tijana Ibrahimovic, Chloe Harrouche, Dr. Albert Levy, Katia Graytok, Thierry Chaunu, Carmen D’Alessio, Nadja Sayej, Brigitte Segura, Rolise Rachel, Marsin Mogielski, Elena Gibbs, Danielle Gnatz.
About Dr. Barry Weintraub:
A regular recipient of the titles “Best Plastic Surgeons in America” and “Best Doctors in New York” by Castle Connolly, Dr. Weintraub holds in high regard the ideals he was taught at Cornell, both in medical school as well as his plastic-surgical fellowship, during a time when patient care and compassion were almost religiously revered.
Dr. Weintraub believes that physicians should be welcoming and respectful and must never lose sight that it’s a sacred privilege to operate on another human being. Each patient is a person possessing real-life issues and concerns. “Surgery is not a horse race,” he states, “and taking time is essential to patient safety, as well as ensuring an outstanding, understated and natural-looking result.”
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