About Dr. Jeffrey Yager
Dr. Jeffrey Yager is a board certified plastic surgeon, and the founder of Yager Plastic Surgery and Yager Esthetics | Estética™ in Washington Heights, New York City, where he has established a center of excellence in cosmetic plastic surgery of the face, breast, and body dedicated to the Hispanic community. He attended medical school at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and completed his residency at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, earning one of only 10 positions in the country at the time for a combined residency in plastic and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Yager is also a graduate of The Johns Hopkins University. Before entering into private practice, he was named Chief Resident in Plastic Surgery at the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center.
An award-winning researcher, Dr. Yager has been recognized by the Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation (PSEF) and the Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons. He is well known for his industry-leading outcomes in helping women to achieve the bodies they have always wanted and regain the figures they enjoyed before childbirth. He also works with men to conquer gynecomastia, reduce the appearance of flanks, love handles, and excess abdominal fat; and to perform nose reshaping and eyelid rejuvenation. Dr. Yager keeps his patients youthful, erasing the lines of time with lasers, wrinkle relaxers, and fillers and offers the latest in non-invasive anti aging therapy.
American Board of Plastic Surgery
AWARDS & HONORS
Alpha Omega Alpha- National Medical Honor Society
Chief Resident in Plastic Surgery Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation Award
Montefiore | Nyack Hospital
The Today Show
Discovery Health Channel
FREQUENTLY QUOTED IN
“Skin Closure Using Laser Welding and Dye-Enhanced Fibrinogen”, Wider, Libutti, Jabs, Yager, Hugo. Plastic Reconstructive Surgery 88(6): 1018-25, 1991
“The Effect of Human Amniotic Fluid on Wound Healing-A Chronologic Study”, Wider, Yager, Rittenberg, Hugo, Ehrlich. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 91(7): 1287-93, 1993
“A Method of Breast Reconstruction with Deepitheliazed TRAM Flap via the Abdominal Approach for Failed Implant Salvage post Mastectomy.” Yager, Chaglassian. Annals of Plastic Surgery. 39(2): 178-181, 1997
“The Inhibition of Fibroblast Populated Collagen Lattices by Human Amniotic Fluid II- The Isolation of an Albumin Bound Lipid Fraction.” Yager, Hugo, Ehrlich.- Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 101(1): 6-11, 1998
”The inhibition of Fibroblast Populated Collagen Lattices by Human Amniotic Fluid II – The Isolation of an Albumin Bound Lipd Fraction.” Yager, Hugo, Ehrlich. – Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 101()1): 6-11, 1998
“Polyester as a Bioimplantable Material.” Yager, Chaglassian. Annals of Plastic Surgery. 40:502-505, 1998.
“The Obagi Blue Peel,” ASPRSN – New York, April, 1999