The staff of Premier Plastic Surgery Center of New Jersey is particularly proud of Dr. Glatt today! He is currently at the offices of the National Board of Medical Examiners in Philadelphia at the Annual In-service Writing Committee Meeting, contributing to the education of plastic surgeons across the globe.  Dr. Glatt was chosen for this special committee to write questions for the annual exam taken by all Plastic Surgeons, as well as questions for the American Board of Plastic Surgery Certification Exam.

In order to qualify to sit for the boards of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, a surgeon must have graduated from a recognized medical school and have at least six years of surgical training, with a minimum of three years in plastic surgery.  Next, the plastic surgeon must pass comprehensive oral and written exams over the course of several years to become a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. The mission of The American Board of Plastic Surgery, Inc. is to promote safe, ethical, efficacious plastic surgery to the public by maintaining high standards for the education, examination, certification and maintenance of certification of plastic surgeons as specialists. For those surgeons achieving Board Certification in in 1995 or later, the requirements of the Board must be met every ten years to maintain their certification.

Only Board Certified Plastic Surgeons are eligible to join the prestigious American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), the largest plastic surgery specialty organization in the world. The goal of ASPS is to advance quality care to patients through the highest standards of training, ethics, physician practice and research in plastic surgery.  Dr. Glatt is a proud member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

Plastic surgery or treatment involves many choices, the most important of which is selecting your surgeon.   Call the office of Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Brian S. Glatt, MD, FACS at 973-889-9300 to discuss your goals.  His stellar credentials and individualized approach to each patient’s needs sets him apart from his peers.


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