Gary D. Breslow, MD, FACS

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Gary D. Breslow, MD, FACS is a highly regarded board certified plastic surgeon in New Jersey, known by both patients and peers as a problem-solver with a warm, engaging personality, and an instinctive ability to identify and truly understand the goals of his patients and the patients, themselves. Originally from Long Island, New York, Dr. Breslow graduated from Brown University with a Bachelor of Science degree and received his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine. Following medical school, Dr. Breslow spent 6 years training at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania’s nationally renowned Integrated Plastic Surgery Residency Program. There he received extensive training in both cosmetic and reconstructive surgery from some of the nation’s top practitioners. After leaving Penn, he returned to NYU Medical Center to spend one year as the Microvascular Reconstructive Fellow at NYU’s prestigious Institute of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery. Dr. Breslow is Board-Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and is licensed to practice plastic and reconstructive surgery in both New Jersey and New York.
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Broken Capillaries: Causes, Treatments, and Prevention

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Sclerotherapy for Varicose and Spider Veins: Cost, Uses, and Side Effects

What is sclerotherapy? Sclerotherapy is a microinjection procedure to treat spider and varicose veins. It’s widely considered to be the “gold standard” of treatment options, most notably for spider veins. The procedure involves injecting a sclerosing solution into the problem veins with an extremely tiny needle. Once injected, this solution, comprised of either hypertonic saline ... Read more