About

About

Dr. Dobryansky received his bachelor's degree in Comparative Literature and his Medical degree from New York University. He has completed residency in General Surgery at NYU during which he dedicated a full year to full time laboratory research at the NYU Laboratory of Plastic Surgery and Tissue Engineering. The work of the laboratory was published in numerous medical journals and presented at several international meetings.

Dr. Dobryansky then went on to the prestigious Cleveland Clinic where he completed a Plastic Surgery Residency and a Post-Graduate Fellowship in

Aesthetic Surgery. His areas of interest include all aspects of surgical and non-surgical treatment of facial and body aging including minimally invasive rejuvenation techniques, injectables and laser treatments. He also has experience in reconstructive surgery and modern body contouring techniques following weight loss. Dr. Dobryansky is bi-lingual speaking fluent English and Russian.

Dr. Dobryansky believes that patients are active participants in their care and should be actively involved at every stage. He takes pride in spending time with his patients and their loved ones until all questions have been answered. He always meets with patients at least twice before proceeding with surgery. Post-operatively he is very involved with direct patient care and makes house calls when necessary.

Bibliography

Journal Articles

Melendez, M,M, Dobryansky, M, Alizadeh, K Live Online Video Interviews Dramatically Improve the Plastic Surgery Residency Application Process Plast Reconsrr Surg 2012 Jul;130(1):240e-1e

Morrison CM, Dobryansky M, Warren RJ, Zins JE. The table tilt: preventing traction on the brachial plexus during facelift surgery. Aesthet Surg J. 2012 May 1;32(4):524

Dobryansky M., Morrison C.M., Zins J.E. Patient Draping and Endotracheal Tube Positioning During Facelift Surgery. Annals Plas Surgery 2009 63(1) 9-10

Lin J.Y., Djohan R, Dobryansky M., Chou S.W, Hou W.H., Cheng M.H., Wie F.C. Assesment of donor site morbidity using balance and gait test following bilateral fibula osteoseptocutaneous free flap transfer Annals Plas Surgery 2009 62(3):246-251

Cetrulo C.L, Knox K.R., Brown D.J., Ashinoff R.L, Dobryansky M., Ceradini D.J., Capla J.M., Chang E.I, Bhatt K.A., McCarthy J.G, Gurtner g.C. Stem Cells and Distraction Osteogenesis: Endothelial Progenitor Cells Home to the Ischemic Generate in Activation and Consolidation. Plas Recon Surgery. 2005 116(4) 1053-64

Rowe N.M., Michaels J., Soltanian H., Dobryansky M., Peimer C.A., Gurtner G.C. Sonographically Guided Percutaneous Carpal Tunnel Release: An Anatomic and Cadaveric Study. Ann Plast Surg. 2005 July; 55(1):52-6

Michaels J., Dobryansky M., Galiano R.D., Bhatt, K.A., Ashinoff R., Ceradini D.J., Gurnter G.C. Topical vascular endothelial growth factor reverses delayed wound healing secondary to angiogenesis inhibitor administration. Wound Repair Regen. 2005

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Credentials

Credentials

  • Board certifications

    • Plastic Surgery - American Board of Plastic Surgery

  • Chief resident

    • New York University School of Medicine

  • Medical school

    • New York University School of Medicine

  • Residencies

    • New York University School of Medicine

  • Fellowships

    • Cleveland Clinic

    • Cleveland Clinic

    • New York University School of Medicine

  • Affiliations

    • Huntington Hospital

    • Plainview Hospital

    • Southside Hospital

    • Syosset Hospital

Locations & insurance

Locations & insurance

200 West Main Street, Building A Suite 101Babylon, NY 11702
200 West Main Street, Building A Suite 101Babylon, NY 11702

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