Focus On Your Face
Patients often are overwhelmed with choice and procedures available. However, by focusing on individual areas, causes of concern become more obvious.
Each individual area of the face should be examined, and treatment can be tailored to the specific areas identified by the patient.
Low, heavy brows can crowd the eyes and impart a “tired” or “angry” appearance, and can be treated to provide a youthful and relaxed expression
Eyelid surgery can also beautify the face by removing excess skin or “bags”.
Facelifts can restore sagging skin to a more rested and youthful position, while liposuction will remove accumulations of unwanted fat from the face and neck.
Cheek and chin implants can be used to give the face a youthful and aesthetic appearance. Hair restoration can be performed in both men and women and can impart a natural, youthful look.
Meet Dr. Sclafani
Dr. Sclafani now offers you the option to have your consultation remotely using a secure connection. You can discuss the procedures you are interested in and learn more about what might or might not be appropriate for you. Interested patients are asked to follow up for an in-person examination at no additional cost. Video Consultation
Dr. Sclafani and colleagues have recently published a groundbreaking study in how telemedicine can be enhanced to provide a more detailed examination of the nose, ears and face. By identifying areas for improvement in telemedicine noted during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Sclafani has developed a simple and cost-effective technique to use telemedicine which enhances patient convenience while also allowing him to make a more accurate diagnosis and develop more detailed treatment plans for his patients. If you are interested in this type of examination, please contact Dr. Sclafani’s office at (646) 962-2285 prior to scheduling an appointment.
Dr. Sclafani recently travelled to Abu Dhabi to present his experiences in treating children with craniofacial deformities as part of the NY- Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Craniofacial Team. At the 9th International Pediatric Conference of KidsHeart Medical Center and New York- Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center, he discussed how a team-based approach benefits children with craniofacial deformities, including cleft lip and palate. He also lectured on correction of congenital ear deformities and was asked to reprise this lecture later in the conference.
Providing Care within the New York- Presbyterian System
(March 2018) –In order to continue to offer my patients the highest level of care and the latest and most effective cosmetic and reconstructive facial treatments, I am pleased to offer services as part of the Department of Otolaryngology- Head & Neck Surgery at New York- Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center as the Director of Facial Plastic Surgery. New York-Presbyterian’s dedication to providing patient-centered care of the highest quality is a perfect environment in which I can care for my patients and allows me to partner with colleagues from my and other departments in a world- class system to deliver true state-of-the-art medical care. As Professor of Otolaryngology at Weill Cornell Medical College, this opportunity has allowed me to continue to focus on patient care and teaching, and additionally has provided me with opportunities for collaborative research in the Medical College. I am pleased to continue to provide patient care in a state-of-the-art facility on the Upper East Side of Manhattan as well as continuing to care for patients in the Chappaqua office.