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Dr. Robert Schwarcz: My Profile
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Getting To Know Me
Dr. Robert Schwarcz is devoted to quality work, patient satisfaction, and highly personalized care while focusing on his specialty of facial cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. His work is highly regarded for displaying natural looking results. Dr. Schwarcz firmly believes cosmetic surgery should help a patient look rejuvenated, not “pulled”, or done. He implements the latest advancements in cosmetic surgery, allowing him to avoid prolonged recovery times and unnatural outcomes.

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Dr. Schwarcz is one of only 500 surgeons nationwide to be admitted to the American Society of Oculofacial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons and is board certified. A diplomate of both the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery and the American Board of Ophthalmology. Dr. Schwarcz’s highly specialized training allows him to meticulously focus on the details of facial cosmetic surgery.

Dr. Schwarcz was born and raised in New York City. He attended the City University of New York seven year combined BS/MD program, and received his MD degree in Washington, DC. After completing his residency in New York at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY he moved to Los Angeles to complete a 2 year highly specialized surgical fellowship in Oculofacial Plastic Surgery at top ranked UCLA medical center, Jules Stein Eye Institute focusing on plastic surgery relating to the eyes, surgery of the eyelids, browlifts, orbital, and lacrimal surgery, thyroid eye disease. This was then followed by another 2 year surgical fellowship training in Beverly Hills, CA, in Cosmetic surgery with focus on face lifting, necklifting, rhinoplasty, fat transfer, liposuction, laser resurfacing, chemical peeling and many other cosmetic procedures.

Teaching Appointments:

* UCLA Medical Center – Assistant Clinical Professor
* Loma Linda University Medical Center – Resident Physician Instructor
* Western University/Pacific Hospital - Resident Physician Instructor

Hospital Affiliations:

* UCLA Medical Center
* Loma Linda University Medical Center
* Northridge Hospital Medical Center


* Diplomate, American Board of Cosmetic Surgery
* Diplomate, American Board of Ophthalmology
* Fellow, American Society of Oculofacial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
* Fellow, American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
* Fellow, American College of Surgeons

Dr. Schwarcz is board certified. He is a diplomate of the American board of Cosmetic Surgery, Oculofacial plastic surgery and Ophthalmology. He is an assistant clinical professor at UCLA Medical center, and teaches residents at both UCLA medical center as well as Loma Linda Medical center where he teaches doctors facial cosmetic and reconstructive surgery techniques. He also instructs Dermatology residents techniques in Mohs surgery, as well as cosmetic facial surgery. He has over 30 published medical articles in his field of plastic surgery including textbooks and continues to lecture on an international circuit. Dr. Schwarcz lectures both in the fields of reconstructive and cosmetic facial plastic surgery. He was recently featured on Larry King Live for his role in the total reconstruction of the face of a girl mauled by a mountain lion. Dr. Schwarcz enjoys participating in medical mission trips abroad, most recently he was involved in the CRISP foundation in Mazetenango, Guatemala performing cleft lip and palate surgery as well as other facial deformities on children.

Dr. Schwarcz currently resides in New York City with his wife Dr. Monica Dorin Schwarcz, an Endocrinologist and their daughter Lily.

I pride myself on quality individualized care. I truely listen to my patients and try to address all their needs,and concerns. My goals are natural results that fit a patients face, and personality.

After the initial introductions, I listen to why a patient has come in for consultation, evaluate them, then discuss all options, benefits, and concerns, then discuss goals of the surgery/treatments and alternatives. I then listen to the patients concerns, and goals for outcomes to mutual decide on a plan.

I personally evaluate the patient preoperatively, as well as postoperatively.

Sincerity, compassion, honesty, intelligence, and a love for his/her work. Yes, I have them.

I became a doctor because my mother wanted me to. I went into plastic surgery because I wanted to to. I loved the idea of working with my hands, making patients feel good about themselves and being able to combine science, and art, and always felt i had a great eye for aesthetics, while being very compassionate.

Seeing a patient smile postoperatively, hearing they feel good about themselves. I do medical mission trips every year to help children in underserved countries. I do reconstructive surgeries at county hospitals in the US, close cancer surgery defects, and scars from skin cancers, and was on Larry King Live after repairing the face of a very special platient mauled by a mountain lion.