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As the body ages, the skin loses elasticity and volume, causing sagging of the skin. The youthful contours of the face can disappear due to many factors, including thinning of the skin, sun damage, smoking, hereditary factors, loss of facial fat, and stress. Facelift surgery can improve the appearance of the face, making it tighter and younger looking.

We employ dual board-certified and fellowship trained facial plastic surgeons who are qualified to perform plastic surgical procedures from the neck up. They have completed ENT training and are certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. They have also completed an additional year-long fellowship exclusively in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and are certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ABFPRS).

Learn about facial palsy and related treatments at the Nerve Disorders Center, part of the Northwell Health Neuroscience Institute.

Parenting is a wonderful adventure, but everyone has questions and anxieties. We offer child preparation classes on the following topics: Preparation for childbirth Parenting Breastfeeding Come learn with us! Check out the complete list of classes we currently have scheduled...

Birth control, also known as contraception, refers to medication or equipment used in an effort to prevent pregnancy.

Learn about febrile seizure treatments at the Northwell Health Comprehensive Epilepsy Center.

A femur fracture is a complete or partial break in any part of the thighbone. It is usually caused by significant force or trauma to the bone, as this is one of the strongest bones in the body. The right method of treatment for your femur fracture is determined by a number of elements, including age, past and present health, the severity of the fracture, and your history with various medications and other types of treatments.

The fetal cardiology program at Cohen Children’s provides diagnosis and care for fetuses with congenital heart diseases.

There are several types of fetal ultrasound, each with specific advantages in certain situations. A Doppler ultrasound, for example, helps to study the movement of blood through the umbilical cord between the uterus and placenta...

Fetal blood transfusions are used to treat low red blood cell counts in the fetus. With ultrasound guidance, blood is transfused through the umbilical cord.

Learn about a fetal echocardiogram, an ultrasound test to evaluate the heart of the unborn baby, and its use at Northwell Health.

We employ expert fetal cardiologists at the Cohen Children’s Heart Center. They use a specialized ultrasound called a fetal echocardiogram to detect heart problems before your baby is born, optimally between 18 and 22 weeks' gestation. This way, we can plan ahead and coordinate any necessary care your child might need, as well as determine if any intervention is required before birth.

Fiberoptic endoscopic examination of swallowing (FEES) is an instrumental swallowing examination which involves using a flexible fiberoptic scope passed through the nostril to view the act of swallowing in real time...

Learn about uterine fibroid embolization and the fibroid treatments available at Northwell Health.

Fibroscan is a technology which allows the non-invasive and painless identification of hepatic fibrosis, a scarring response to liver damage. Hepatic fibrosis can ultimately impair liver function...

As we age, the bone, fat and tissue under the surface of the skin tends to lose volume, causing a saggy, aged appearance. Injectable dermal fillers can plump thin lips, soften creases in the face, smooth wrinkles and improve the appearance of some scars, leaving you with a smooth, more youthful appearance.

Find information on thoracic surgeons, locations and conditions treated within the health system.

Our specialists treat numerous conditions of the ear, nose and throat–-let us help you find the right doctor for you.

Let us help you find the pediatric orthopaedic care you need.

A first trimester screening for chromosome abnormalities combines an ultrasound and a blood test to assess the risk of chromosomal abnormalities in your baby.

Flap reconstruction, also known as autologous breast reconstruction or natural tissue reconstruction, is a procedure that transfers tissue from other parts of your body to recreate the breast.

Flap surgery involves removing tissue from a donor site and transferring it to a recipient site with blood vessels, subcutaneous fat, muscles, bones and tendons still intact.

Flap surgery is a fundamental pillar in plastic surgery. It involves moving tissue (and its blood supply) from one part of the body to another. This technique can restore form and function to areas of the body affected by wounds or soft tissue defects of any cause. Our doctors can use a variety of flap types to suit your needs, and we use the most advanced surgical techniques to minimize the chance of damaging or weakening the donor site.

Flatfoot reconstruction is corrective surgery for a collapsed arch that causes the condition of flatfoot. The collapsed arch causes your foot to point outward. This can happen as a result of several conditions affecting the foot or ankle, such as arthritis or posterior tibial tendon dysfunction. Once injury or disease damages the cartilage, ligaments and bones that support the arch of the foot, painful and debilitating symptoms can occur.

The Flight Attendant Addiction Recovery Program is designed to address the unique substance abuse needs of the in-flight community.

Learn more about the dental services available at Northwell Health.

Influenza, swine flu and human parainfluenza viruses are usually not severe enough to cause major problems for healthy adults. Most people recover within one to two weeks with minimal treatment...

Learn more about the dental services available at Northwell Health.

Focal resection is a surgery to remove the section of the brain responsible for seizures – usually the temporal lobe.

Learn about focal (partial) seizures and related treatments at the Northwell Health Comprehensive Epilepsy Center.

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Members of the Lenox Hill Foot and Ankle Department provide comprehensive surgical and non-surgical treatments for a wide range of conditions affecting the adult foot and ankle.

We offer physicians currently in practice a variety of opportunities to advance their skills. Through our continuing medical education courses held throughout the year in a variety of topics, we offer physicians the chance to brush up on skills, learn new techniques, and discuss the evolving role of health care in our society.

The Sandra Atlas Bass Heart Hospital offers state-of-the-art care with various amenities for an unparalleled patient experience, as well as educational resources and support programs for patients and families.

Northwell Health Labs​ offers comprehensive service and support for physicians.

Our fellowship program in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology is a three-year Accreditation Council for Graducate Medical Education (ACGME) accredited fellowship.

The Long Island Jewish Hearing and Speech Center serves as a post-graduate teaching resource in speech-language pathology and audiology, where students receive supervised clinical experience in their specialty areas.

Cohen Children's invests in the next generation of pediatric neurosurgeons by offering a wide range of high-level educational and training opportunities. 

Our residency program, which rotates through Cohen Children’s Medical Center, ensures our future doctors are experts in treating adults and children.

Cohen Children’s invests in the next generation of pediatric neurologists by providing a wide range of high-level educational and training opportunities.

The best treatment for forearm fracture depends on a number of factors, including age, past and present health, the severity of the fracture and history with one’s medications and other treatments.

Forearm fracture treatment is a term that refers to treating and healing a forearm fracture. A forearm fracture is a complete or partial break in one or both of the two bones in the forearm, a condition that occurs most commonly in children and the elderly. The best treatment for a forearm fracture depends on a number of factors including age, past and present health, the severity of the fracture and personal history with medications and other treatments.

4D radiotherapy is used to help treat any tumor that moves with a patient’s breathing, including lung and abdominal tumors. By taking scans of the tumor and tracking them, this technology allows the radiation oncologist to track any breathing-related movement that a tumor might have.

Functional electrical stimulation (FES) is a treatment technique where low-level electrical impulses are directed toward specific muscles in the head, neck, arms, hands, legs or other areas...