Meet Palm Beach Facial Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Michael Schwartz


Dr. Michael Schwartz Dr. Michael Schwartz is a gifted facial plastic surgeon and ENT Specialist. He is double board certified with certifications from both the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology.

He is a Fellow Member of the Following Organizations:

  • American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery,
  • American Academy of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery
  • American College of Surgeons
In addition to, MD from Baylor College of Medicine, General Surgery Residency at Beth Israel Medical Center, New York and ENT Residency at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, Columbia University.

Dr. Michael Schwartz has over 24 years of experience as a surgeon and is extensively trained in the latest advances in facial plastic surgery.



American Academy Facial Plastic Surgery   American Board of Otolaryngology   ABFPRS Board Certified   RealSelf Top Doctor

Testimonials


John Peter Reynolds, Texas
I have known Dr Schwartz for over 20 years. He performed surgery on my now 89 year old father about 15 years ago and my Dad is still a loyal patient of his. Our family has always been in good hands when provided medical care...



Interested in finding out what previous patient's think?
Click here to fill out a request that will be sent to a previous patient of Dr. Schwartz.


Awards


Dr. Schwartz has been chosen as a Top Doc by Castle Connolly for the past 5 years.
Dr. Schwartz is a Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon and Certified Otolaryngologist

Plastic Surgery Computer Imaging


Plastic Surgery Computer Imaging

  Dr. Schwartz says: "I find computer imaging to be a great communication tool for my rhinoplasty patients and me." Many patients come in with a picture in their mind of a certain nose on their face. Others may be focused on only one area they want changed and don't appreciate that when this is altered other areas become noticed in a way they were not previously and will need to be addressed as well.

Case Studies


Otoplasty (Ear Surgery)

Otoplasty Case Study
View Before & After Photos

In today's high tech world, peer pressure among kids and teens is ever present, and more intense than ever before, especially with the fear of cyber bullying. While Dr. Schwartz generally discourages teens and parents from having face altering surgery in response to such pressures, otoplasty remains one procedure that is still generally accepted and recommended by the medical community for young children prior to entering school. This simple procedure to avoid embarrassment at a young age remains a mainstay for parents and children.


This handsome boy shown below is a good illustration of this. Having had some unpleasant experiences in his first school year, his parents were eager to make this year better. As shown in his post op photos he is ready and eager for school to begin this year.

Jul 28, 2014 7:11 AM

Cheek ImplantsWhen you think of surgical procedures that can make you look more youthful, the first thing you think of might a be a facelift.  But, a facelift isn't the only option if you want a more refreshed or youthful appearance.

Cheek implants can also give you a more youthful look, by enhancing and lifting the cheekbone area.

Cheekbones and Youth

You might have heard of something called the triangle of youth. It refers to the shape of your cheekbones and chin when you are younger.

Usually, young people have wider and more prominent

Read More...
Jul 21, 2014 10:35 AM

Facelift OriginsPlenty of plastic surgeons pride themselves on using the latest technologies and the most advanced techniques when it comes to facial surgeries. For you as a patient, that's a good thing, as most plastic surgery procedures have come a long way since the time when they were first invented or performed.

Take the facelift, for example. The stereotypical "done" look often associated with the surgery is a result of the earliest methods used by doctors to lift the face. Early methods focused on superficial tightening, which created a pulled back, taut look.

Over the

Read More...
Fill out my online form.