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Long Island Plastic Surgical Group Wins Three #1 Best of Long Island Awards

GARDEN CITY, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 02/13/13 -- Long Island Plastic Surgical Group (LIPSG), the largest and longest-running private academic plastic surgical practice in the nation, has received three #1 awards in the 2013 Bethpage Best of Long Island contest hosted by the Long Island Press. The awards are voted on by the community and were unveiled in the January 10th issue of the newspaper.

The New York plastic surgery practice was named #1 Best Plastic Surgery Group for the sixth year in a row (2008-2013), as well as the #1 Best BOTOX® Practice for the second year in a row. Furthermore, LIPSG's comprehensive skin rejuvenation medical spa, Aesthetic Center, was named #1 Best Laser Treatment Center for the third straight year (2011-2013).

The annual "Best of Long Island" contest, which has been conducted by the Long Island Press for eight years running, recognizes people and businesses in over 360 categories with a record number of votes from Long Island residents coming in again this year.

"We are honored to have received multiple 'Best of Long Island' awards again this year," commented Gary Blank, Executive Director of LIPSG. "These awards are especially meaningful for our practice because they reach into the community to express the views and opinions of all Long Islanders."

LIPSG is an award-winning practice with several of its surgeons receiving the prestigious Castle Connolly Top Doctors award as well as Top Doctors recognition from US News and World Report. The New York plastic surgery practice offers a comprehensive range of treatments and procedures ranging from BOTOX® Cosmetic and tummy tuck surgery, to reconstructive surgery and breast augmentation in Long Island. Additionally, LIPSG surgeons have authored more than 200 publications and have been featured in the media on Discovery Health, 60 Minutes, Today Show and CNN as well as in New York Times and Forbes.

The seventeen New York plastic surgeons in practice at LIPSG are: Dr. Vincent DiGregorio, Dr. Roger Simpson, Dr. Bruce Brewer, Dr. Leland Deane, Dr. Barry Douglas, Dr. Laurence Glickman, Dr. Kaveh Alizadeh, Dr. Louis Riina, Dr. Thomas Davenport, Dr. Matthew Kilgo, Dr. Rachel Ruotolo, Dr. Michael Dobryansky, Dr. Tommaso Addona, Dr. Jerry Chang, Dr. Joshua Zuckerman, Dr. Noel Natoli, and Dr. Brian Pinsky.

For more information on LIPSG, visit lipsg.com. For more information on LIPSG doctors, visit the "Our Doctors" tab at lipsg.com.

About Aesthetic Center
Aesthetic Center at LIPSG is a comprehensive skin rejuvenation medical spa offering the most advanced, results-oriented treatments and products with proven outcomes to restore healthy skin for a more youthful appearance. Unlike other skin rejuvenation facilities, Aesthetic Center is overseen by Long Island Plastic Surgical Group's highly experienced plastic surgeons and is staffed by the highest level clinicians including physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and medical aestheticians. The Aesthetic Center is located in Garden City, Manhasset, and Babylon Long Island. For more information, visit AestheticCenter.com.

About Long Island Plastic Surgical Group
For 65 years, Long Island Plastic Surgical Group has been dedicated to providing compassionate and comprehensive care, while pioneering and performing the most advanced reconstructive and cosmetic surgical procedures. As the largest and longest running private academic plastic surgical practice in the nation, LIPSG surgeons have over 200 years combined experience as leaders and innovators in the field. The size of the practice and diversity of expertise is reflected in its nine specialty centers: Skin Care and Age Management; Non-invasive and Surgical Facial Rejuvenation; Pediatric Plastic and Craniofacial Surgery; Facial Reanimation and Peripheral Nerve Repair; Microsurgery and Hand Reconstruction; Breast and Body Cosmetic Surgery; Burns and Complex Wound Management; Breast Reconstruction Surgery; Post-Weight Loss Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery. For more information about LIPSG, visit lipsg.com.

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