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Dr. Tony Perkins

New York

Surgeon Dr. Tony Perkins

Fluent in French, Dr. Perkins holds a medical degree from the McGill Medical School in Montreal, Canada. With extensive training in both non-surgical and surgical cosmetic procedures, Dr. Perkins says, “I’m inspired by the superior aesthetic results AirSculpt® delivers while being minimally invasive.” Since joining Elite Body Sculpture, he has performed nearly 1,500 AirSculpt® procedures. Dr. Perkins is affiliated with the American College of Aesthetic and Cosmetic Physicians, the American Society of Aesthetic/Cosmetic Physicians, the American Board of Cosmetic and Aesthetic Medicine, and the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.

Curriculum Vitae

Affiliations

  • The American College of Aesthetic and Cosmetic Physicians
  • The American Society of Aesthetic / Cosmetic Physicians
  • American Board of Cosmetic and Aesthetic Medicine
  • American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery

Undergraduate

  • Bishop’s University (Sherbrooke, Canada) — BS Science

Medical School

  • McGill University Faculty of Medicine (Montreal, Canada) – Doctor of Medicine

Residency

  • McGill University (Montreal, Canada) – Integrated Plastic Surgery Residency

Honors and Awards

  • The Global Directory of Who’s Who (Top Doctors)
  • Marquis Who’s Who in the World
  • Top Plastic Surgeon in New Jersey Award
  • Staff Physician at New York Eye and Ear Infirmary
  • Operation Smile Regan Fellow
  • Poster Prizes – Annual Meeting of the Association des Specialistes en Chirurgie Plastique et Esthétique du Québec
  • Benjamin Shore Prize in Plastic Surgery – Outstanding Performance in Plastic Surgery
  • H. Rocke Robertson Day – McGill University First Prize for Clinical Research Montreal General Hospital
  • NSERC Research Grant – Postgraduate Scholarship A (PGS A) – Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
  • Chemistry Science Prize, Albert Kuehner Chemistry
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