Dr. Andrew Jacono, M.D., F.A.C.S. Newly Opened NYC Office

Dr. Andrew Jacono – Dual Board Certified, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon with a thriving practice on Long Island’s North Shore now has a Manhattan Office on Park Avenue. Dr. Jacono has a teaching background as Assistant Clinical Professor as well as the Head of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset.

An Author, journal publisher and lecturer Dr. Jacono applies his techniques into his philanthropy performing pro-bono surgery on victims of domestic violence and traumatic events leading to facial injuries and travels around the world performing reconstructive plastic surgery on individuals; mostly children who have been disfigured by birth defects, trauma, war and cancer.

Dr. Jacono known for a large celebrity following is a collector of fine art which he enjoys and finds helpful in the study of aesthetics within the creative process of knowing how to apply effective procedures to an individual resulting in a pleasing, younger and healthier look. Lately there are alot of cosmetic surgeons that are into the natural look; well if we wanted to look our age why visit a cosmetic surgeon? Dr. Jacono is the person you want for a noticeable yet soft anti-aging difference.


Dr. Jocono’s new Manhattan office is filled with framed art within beautiful & spacious surroundings. There are 2 waiting rooms, art books and refrigerators stocked with snacks & beverages to make the waiting easier. there were a lot of patients from NYC and outer boroughs waiting patiently to see the Dr. that had me feeling excited for the forehead horizontal lines, glabellar creases between the eyebrows, jowl and neck botox procedure.

When I was called in Dr. Jacono was pleasant, personable and super fast before I could feel the many needle prick injections in my face and neck using a large supply of botox (good for stubborn muscles) then just like that he was done. My comment was “wow your finished already”? He replied with a laugh. I could see my results the next day and continued to lose sight of my lines the days following. The result is my lines are barely there they were a 4 on the scale and now a 0-1 and that’s considered very good since this means I don’t have to return to get a touch up and that makes me very happy.


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