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Qualifications and Experience
Darren M. Smith, MD has a unique and highly sought-after skillset, having completed the unparalleled aesthetic surgery fellowship at the Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital in New York City and a craniofacial surgery fellowship at the world-renowned Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Before embarking on fellowship training, Dr. Smith completed an integrated plastic surgery residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He was ultimately selected to serve as Administrative Chief Resident in the Department of Plastic Surgery. He grew up here in New York City and graduated from Brown University at the undergraduate and medical school levels. Dr. Smith has also spent 3 years dedicated to basic science research in craniofacial biology, where his work focused on leveraging emerging protein therapy and bioprinting technologies to develop novel approaches to complex dilemmas in craniofacial biology. Additionally, Dr. Smith has an extensive background in applying 3D computer graphics techniques to procedural simulation and planning in craniofacial and aesthetic surgery, generating work that has resulted in the issuance of a US Patent and over 200 peer-reviewed publications, presentations and book chapters. He also served as Technical Copy Editor of the 6-volume Neligan Plastic Surgery text.
Verified Patient Reviews
Professional and friendly
I totally trust Dr. Smith. He is conservative in his work and not pushy at all. I would definitely go back.
Dr. Smith was very knowledgeable and I felt comfortable. He made me feel good about myself and helped me make the best decision for my body to get the results I want.
I got into see Dr. Smith with very little wait. He took his time answering all my questions and was very knowledgable. Will definitely come back and recommend to others.
Dr. Smith was extremely knowledgable and layout various treatment options in a clear, helpful way.
Dr. Smith clearly explained my options to me and listened to my questions & concerns.