Dr. Daniel Maman is a Harvard-trained cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgeon in private practice with offices on Park Avenue in Manhattan and in Englewood, New Jersey. Dr. Maman is Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. His areas of specialization and clinical expertise include cosmetic surgery of the breast, body, and face as well as breast reconstruction for breast cancer. Dr. Maman holds the title of Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
Dr. Maman has one of the most impressive academic training qualifications of any plastic surgeon in New York City. He holds an ivy-league undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania, a Master’s degree from Oxford University in England, and a Medical Doctorate from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He subsequently completed a 6-year Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery residency at the Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan, serving as chief resident during his final year. Dr. Maman then pursued additional fellowship training in aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery at the world-renowned Massachusetts General Hospital/ Harvard Medical School, focusing on cutting-edge implant and microsurgical flap techniques. Dr. Maman also served as an Attending Staff Surgeon at the Massachusetts General Hospital during this time.
Dr. Maman has given numerous lectures on breast reconstruction both nationally and internationally and has been published in prestigious medical journals. He has traveled to third-world countries on surgical missions, including a mission dedicated to breast cancer reconstruction in Hue, Vietnam. Most importantly, Dr. Maman prides himself on patient safety, patient comfort, and superb aesthetic results.
American Board of Plastic Surgery
MD, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Mount Sinai Hospital
Residency, Plastic Surgery
Mount Sinai Hospital
Fellowship, Reconstructive Surgery
Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School
Joseph E. Murray Award
New England Society of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Best Reseach Presentation - Annual Meeting
Magna Cum Laude
University of Pennsylvania
Patient's Choice Award 2009, 2010,2011,2012, 2013, 2014
Maman DY, Taub PJ. Congenital entropion. Annals of plastic surgery 2011 Apr; 66(4).
Florman S, Schiano T, Kim L, Maman D, Levay A, Gondolesi G, Fishbein T, Emre S, Schwartz M, Miller C, Sheiner P. The incidence and significance of late acute cellular rejection (>1000 days) after liver transplantation. Clinical transplantation 2004 Apr; 18(2).
Muñoz L, Roayaie S, Maman D, Fishbein T, Sheiner P, Emre S, Miller C, Schwartz ME. Hilar cholangiocarcinoma involving the portal vein bifurcation: long-term results after resection. Journal of hepato-biliary-pancreatic surgery 2002; 9(2).
Bloom BS, Bruno DJ, Maman DY, Jayadevappa R. Usefulness of US cost-of-illness studies in healthcare decision making. PharmacoEconomics 2001; 19(2).
Maman D, Greenwald D, Kreniske J, Royston A, Powers S, Bauer J. Modified Rives-Stoppa technique for repair of complex incisional hernias in 59 patients. Annals of plastic surgery 2012 Feb; 68(2).
Gfrerer L, Maman DY, Tessler O, Austen WG. Nonendoscopic deactivation of nerve triggers in migraine headache patients: surgical technique and outcomes. Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2014 Oct; 134(4).
Tessler O, Reish RG, Maman DY, Smith BL, Austen WG. Beyond biologics: absorbable mesh as a low-cost, low-complication sling for implant-based breast reconstruction. Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2014 Feb; 133(2).
Nyame TT, Holzer PW, Helm DL, Maman DY, Winograd JM, Cetrulo CL. SPLIT rectus abdominis myocutaneous double free flap for extremity reconstruction. Microsurgery 2014 Jan; 34(1).
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