Dr. Redstone

Dr. Jeremiah Redstone

Dr. Jeremiah Redstone, a board certified plastic surgeon, began his practice in New York and New Jersey after completing a training fellowship at one of the top plastic surgery programs in the country.

As an energetic young surgeon, Dr. Redstone is skilled in the latest, most advanced techniques in plastic surgery, including breast augmentation and reduction, abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), rhinoplasty (nose job), facelifts and eyelifts, as well as the full spectrum of injectables, such as Botox® Cosmetic and Juvéderm.

Dr. Redstone also prides himself on applying the same exacting eye and attention to aesthetically pleasing outcomes to his reconstructive plastic surgery cases, including facial lacerations (in children and adults), post-trauma facial reconstruction (jaw, nose, ear), post-mastectomy breast reconstruction, and specialized wound closure.

Dr. Redstone understands the needs of the modern urban patient: he is responsive to busy schedules, shares an aesthetic vision, and adheres to the highest standards in all aspects of his practice.

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Jeremiah Redstone, MD
New York:
45 East 85th Street
New York, NY 10028
Phone 212.249.1500
Fax 646.961.4910
New Jersey:
200 South Orange Avenue
Suite 107
Livingston, NJ 07039


Dr. Redstone is a diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and is the founder of Redstone MD, with offices in New York and New Jersey. He performs the full range of plastic and reconstructive surgery, with a special emphasis on microsurgical breast reconstruction, cosmetic breast surgery, and cosmetic facial procedures. Dr. Redstone is affiliated with Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City and Saint Barnabas Medical Center in New Jersey, as well as others.  In addition, Dr. Redstone is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College.

Academic Experience:

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Residency / Chief Residency

University of Louisville School of Medicine, Louisville, Kentucky  2008-2010

Aesthetic and reconstructive experience: facial cosmetic, body contouring, hand, pediatric, facial trauma, breast, bariatric, microsurgery, extremity salvage, complex wound management and closure.

General Surgery Residency / Chief Residency

New York Medical College, St. Vincent's Hospital Manhattan, New York, New York  2003-2008

General surgery training in a busy urban Level One Trauma Center.  Resident of the Year Award 2007 (selected by Class of 2007 Chief Surgical Residents).

Doctor of Medicine

University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, North Carolina  2003

Third Year Honors; Sarah Kenan Medical Scholarship; University of North Carolina Tuition Grant.  Outcomes research for Dr. Scott Hultman (Division of Plastic Surgery), investigating the success of different approaches and closures for upper extremity thermal injuries (2002).

Bachelor of Science in Biology

University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah  1999

Research fellow in the laboratory of Dr. Dean Li.


Sabra A, Redstone JS, Chowdrhy S, Kasdan ML, Wilhelmi BJ.  Synchronous multiple digit squamous cell carcinoma.  EPlasty 2011;11: e9.

Hazani R, Whitney RD, Redstone J, Chowdhry S, Wilhelmi BJ.  Safe treatment of trigger thumb with longitudinal anatomic landmarks.  EPlasty 2010;10: e57. 

Redstone JS, Hazani R, Drury B, Chowdrhy S, Cooperman RD, Wilhelmi BJ. Rhinoplasty: calculated and predictable tip elevation with cephalic trim.  Paper presentation: Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Society of Plastic Surgeons.  2009 Sep; Louisville, KY.

Redstone JS, Hazani R, Engineer NJ, Wilhelmi BJ. Anatomic landmarks of the first dorsal compartment.  Paper presentation: Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Society of Plastic Surgery.  2008 Sep; Louisville, KY.

Kolker AR, Redstone JS, Tutela JP.  Salvage of infected cardiac defibrillator and lead systems with rhombic flap coverage.  Ann Plast Surg. 2007 Jul; 59(1):26-30.

Simpson SA, Redstone JS, Aziz MS, Bernik SF.  Large malignant phyllodes tumor with rapid growth during pregnancy: images of a case.  Breast J.  2007 Nov/Dec; 13(6): 620-21.

Kolker AR, Brown DJ, Redstone JS, Scarpinato VM, Wallack MK.  Multilayer reconstruction of abdominal wall defects with acellular dermal allograft (AlloDerm) and component separation.  Ann Plast Surg.  2005 Jul; 55(1):36-41; discussion 41-2.


Professional Societies:

American Society of Plastic Surgeons

New Jersey Society of Plastic Surgeons