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    Bio
    Brian S. Glatt, MD, FACS takes pride in his ability to combine the highest level of technical expertise with an exceptional artistic vision and keen aesthetic sense in order to produce outstanding, yet natural looking results. As a premier plastic surgeon in New Jersey, Dr. Glatt has expertise in facial aesthetic and reconstructive surgery, cosmetic and reconstructive breast surgery, as well as body contouring procedures such as gynecomastia, tummy tucks and liposuction. He is precise yet gentle in his expert administration of BOTOX, DYSPORT, KYBELLA, RESTYLANE LYFT, JUVEDERM XC, JUVEDERM VOLUMA, BELOTERO, SCULPTRA, as well as autologous fat grafting. In addition to being well versed in the most recent cosmetic and restorative surgery procedures and technology, Dr. Glatt has extensive experience in pediatric plastic surgery, having served as chief resident at the prestigious Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, one of the premier children’s hospitals in the nation. Education and Experience Brian S. Glatt, MD, FACS graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania, and earned top honors in his chosen area: the Biological Basis of Behavior. While at Penn, Dr. Glatt was the recipient of the Eliot Stellar Prize for his senior honors thesis, which has since been published, based on research performed at the world-renowned Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr. Glatt went on to receive his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, followed by completion of the prestigious Integrated Plastic Surgery Residency Program at the University of Pennsylvania and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Following his residency, Dr. Glatt completed a specialized fellowship at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, focusing on state of the art, advanced microsurgical and reconstructive techniques, particularly of the breast. At the University of Pennsylvania and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Dr. Glatt trained under many world-renowned plastic surgeons. Having had the opportunity to work on many news-making and complex surgical cases, Dr. Glatt possesses the expertise to perform everything from the most commonly performed to the most complicated surgical procedures. Brian S. Glatt, MD, FACS is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and is licensed to practice plastic and reconstructive surgery in New Jersey and New York. He is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgery (ASPS), as well as the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), which only accepts board certified plastic surgeons who perform a significant amount of cosmetic plastic surgery. Other societies in which Dr. Glatt is an active participant include the Medical Society of New Jersey, the Morris County Medical Society, the New Jersey Society of Plastic Surgeons, and the Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons. Dr. Glatt holds a leadership position in and serves on the board of directors of several of these societies. He is an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Surgery, Division of Plastic Surgery at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, and an Assistant Adjunct Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery at UMDMJ. Dr. Glatt maintains privileges at Morristown Medical Center, Morristown, NJ and St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, NJ and currently serves as the Chief of the Plastic Surgery Department at Morristown Medical Center. Recognized for award-winning research on topics including gene therapy, soft tissue growth, and fat grafting, Dr. Glatt has presented his work on both the regional level, as well as on the national stage. His work has been published in several plastic surgery textbooks as well as in professional journals, including Cancer, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Annals of Plastic Surgery, and the Journal of Neurosurgery. Dr. Glatt has been a featured speaker at many conferences and symposiums, locally and nationally, on topics ranging from breast reconstruction to cosmetic procedures. In May 2012, Dr. Glatt and Dr. Leah S. Gendler were honored by the American Cancer Society for their work with breast cancer patients. This was the first time the ACS honored physicians at the Starry Night Gala. Dr. Glatt was recognized and honored at this event by his own patients for his expertise, compassion and deep commitment to their care. In the Media Dr. Glatt has developed a reputation as an extraordinary plastic surgeon throughout northern New Jersey with a focus on Morris and Essex counties, as well as the entire tri-state area. He has repeatedly been chosen by his peers as a “Top Doctor” in New Jersey Monthly magazine and is the recipient of multiple Healing Hands awards through Morristown Medical Center. The Consumers’ Research Council of America has consistently chosen him as one of “America’s Top Plastic Surgeons”. Dr. Glatt is a frequent media resource for plastic surgery topics and has appeared on ABC News, CBS News, CNN, E! News, Inside Edition and Entertainment Tonight. Publications such as In Touch, Life & Style Weekly, US Weekly, Star, Women’s Health, as well as newspaper articles in The Daily News, Star Ledger, New York Post, and Daily Record frequently consult him to discuss cosmetic surgery relating to celebrities and the media. Personalized Care for Outstanding Results Brian S. Glatt, MD, FACS specializes in evaluating the needs of the entire patient, and he and his staff make comfort and privacy a top priority. At Premier Plastic Surgery Center of New Jersey, Dr. Glatt and his staff recognize the importance of helping patients feel at ease before, during, and after surgery. Dr. Glatt welcomes the opportunity to answer your questions while working with you to develop a specific, individualized treatment plan for the results you truly desire. With Dr. Glatt’s unique ability to help his patients realize their vision, it is no wonder that patients often return to Dr. Glatt for additional procedures, and refer their friends and family as well.
    Clinical Expertise

    Surgery-Plastic/Reconstructive

  • Medical School

    University of Pennsylvania, PA, United States, 1998

    Internship

    Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, PA, 1999

    Residency

    Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania, PA, United States, 2004

    Fellowship

    Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, NJ, United States, 2005

    Publications
    Title:The Practical use of Fillers
    Authors:BS.Glatt, LP.Bucky
    Publisher:Techniques of Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery: ed. Joseph Mauriello
    Date:01-Jan-04
    Issue:Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Pub.,
    Description:Book/Chapters

    Title:Soft Tissue Fillers
    Authors:BS.Glatt
    Publisher:Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Pearls of Wisdom ed. Samuel J Lin, MD and John B. Hijjawi, MD
    Date:01-Jan-05
    Issue:McGraw -Hill Pub.
    Description:Books/Chapters

    Title:Skin Resurfacing
    Authors:BS.Glatt
    Publisher:Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Pearls of Wisdom ed. Samuel J Lin, MD and John B.Hijjawi, MD
    Date:01-Jan-05
    Issue:McGraw-Hill Pub.
    Description:Books/Chapters

    Title:Multiple Subtypes of Excitatory Amino Acid Receptors Coupled to the Hydrolysis of Phosphoinositides in Rat Brain
    Authors:L.Littman, BS.Glatt, MB.Robinson
    Publisher:Journal of Neurochemistry
    Date:01-Jan-93
    Issue:61,586-593
    Description:Original papers

    Title:Long-term Follow-Up of a Sponge Breast Implant and Review of Literature
    Authors:BS.Glatt, G.Afifi, RB.Noone
    Publisher:Annals of Plastic Surgery
    Date:01-Jan-99
    Issue:42, 196-201
    Description:Original papers

    Title:A Retrospective Study of Changes in Physical Symptoms and Body Image after Reduction Mammaplasty
    Authors:BS.Glatt, DB.Sarwer, DE O'Hara, C.Hamori, LP.Bucky, D.LaRossa
    Publisher:Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
    Date:01-Jan-99
    Issue:103, 76-82
    Description:Original papers

    Title:Skin-Sparing Mastectomy and Immediate Reconstruction is an Acceptable Treatment Option for Patients with High-Risk Breast Carcinoma
    Authors:KJ.Downes, BS.Glatt, SK.Kanchwala, R.Mick, DL.Fraker, KR.Fox, LJ.Solin, LP.Bucky, BJ.Czerniecki
    Publisher:Cancer
    Date:01-Jan-05
    Issue:103, 906-13
    Description:Original papers

    Title:Reconstruction of Extensive Partial or Total Sacrectomy Defects with a Transabdominal Vertical Rectus Abdominis Myocutaneous Flap
    Authors:BS.Glatt, JJ.Disa, BJ.Mehrara, AL.Pusic, P.Boland, PG.Cordeiro
    Publisher:Ann Plast Surg
    Date:01-May-06
    Issue:56(5), 526-531
    Description:Original papers

    Title:D-Aspartate (D-Asp) may stimulate a novel excitatory amino acid (EAA) recptor coupled to phosphoinositide (PI) Hydrolysis
    Authors:L.Littman, BS.Glatt, MB.Robinson
    Publisher:Society of Neuroscience
    Date:01-Jan-92
    Issue:18, 648
    Description:Abstracts

    Title:Differentiation of Metabotropic Receptors Using L-Aspartate-B-Hydroxamate (L-ABHA)
    Authors:L.Littman, BS.Glatt, DB.Pritchett, MB.Robinson
    Publisher:Society of Neuroscience
    Date:01-Jan-93
    Issue:19, 471
    Description:Abstracts

    Title:Effect of Simultaneous Bloclade of Opiate and Glutamate Receptors on Neurochemical Outcome Following Experimental Brain Injury
    Authors:BS.Glatt, R.Raghupathi, TA.Gennarelli, TK.McIntosh
    Publisher:Society of Neuroscience
    Date:01-Jan-94
    Issue:12, 486
    Description:

    Abstracts

    Title:  Autologous Fat Grafting to the Reconstructed Breast: The Management of Acquired Contour Deformities
    Authors:Kanchwala, Suhail K., Glatt, Brian S., Conant, Emily F., Bucky, Louis P
    Publisher:Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
    Date:2009
    Issue:2
    Description:

    Abstracts


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