Dr. Harry Glassman has been practicing plastic surgery in Beverly Hills for the past thirty years. He has used his talents to enhance the appearance of some of the most famous people in the world and to reconstruct birth defects, damage from injuries, and defects caused by cancer.
An honors graduate of Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia, Dr. Glassman served his internship at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania before coming to U.C.L.A. for his general surgery and plastic surgery residencies. He furthered his course of study with additional training at the Clinique du Belvedere in Paris, France. Upon his return from France, he completed his training as Chief Resident in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at UCLA.
Dr. Glassman's work has earned him the admiration of his peers and the confidence of his many patients. He has achieved recognition and worldwide esteem as a noted authority in his field. He has been invited to speak at numerous conferences and appear on a variety of radio and television shows. In addition to his appearances on "Nightline" and "20/20" to discuss the silicone gel breast implant controversy, he has presented new concepts and techniques in plastic surgery on "Donahue." Dr. Glassman has been featured in news segments for major networks including NBC and ABC. His "Home Show" series on breast reconstruction following mastectomy has been highly acclaimed. Dr. Glassman is the author of numerous scientific papers and textbook chapters on the correction of facial aging, eyelid surgery, and breast implantation and explantation (implant removal).
Dr. Glassman maintains his expertise, keeping current on the latest procedural advancements and breakthroughs. He is a distinguished specialist in state-of-the-art plastic surgical procedures including: facelift, brow lift, eyelid surgery, nasal surgery, endoscopic surgery, laser resurfacing, chin and cheek augmentation, liposuction, breast augmentation, and breast reduction. His practice also includes skin cancer removal and reconstruction, surgical correction of a variety of congenital birth defects, and reconstruction after mastectomy.