Dr. Mandell-Brown M.D. In the Media Cincinnati
Dr. Mandell-Brown is awarded Top Doc for Breast Augmentation January 2018!
Dr Mark Mandell-Brown voted “Best Plastic Surgeon in Cincinnati Ohio” 3 years in a row
“Top Doc” Cincinnati Magazine 2017
“Top Doc” Cincinnati Magazine 2016
“Top Doc” Cincinnati Magazine 2015
Dr. Mark Mandell-Brown, Cincinnati, Ohio’s only triple board certified cosmetic surgeon, was named “Top Doc” in breast augmentation and rhinoplasty in the January, 2014 edition of Cincinnati Magazine. In 2003, 2007, 2010, 2011, and 2012, Dr. Mandell-Brown was voted Top Doc for both Cosmetic Plastic Surgery and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery in poll of 5000 Tri State physicians conducted by Cincinnati Magazine.
Known for his “Natural Look™” cosmetic surgery across Cincinnati, Dayton, Northern Kentucky and Indiana, Dr. Mandell-Brown serves as a board of trustee for the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. He also serves as chairman of the Fellowship Program.
“It is truly an honor to be chosen by one’s peers” commented Dr. Mandell-Brown. He added, “our goal is to individualize our patient’s cosmetic procedure to create a natural result. In the Mid-West, our patients like to look better but not different.”
As a Fellowship Director, Dr. Mandell-Brown mentors other surgeons to help them gain expertise in cosmetic surgery in a program sponsored by the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. “Just as skilled cosmetic surgeons generously taught me, I feel it is important to carry on the educational tradition of our cosmetic academy and carry on the vision of the original founders,” stated Dr. Mandell-Brown.
Congratulations Dr. Mandell-Brown!
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Dr. Mandell-Brown featured on Fox 19 Now – Business Spotlight
Dr. Mark Mandell-Brown on Fox News
Dr. Mark Mandell-Brown, well known Cincinnati , Ohio plastic surgeon was featured in Fox News regarding surgery center accreditation and the importance of the public checking for AAAHC (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.) in the wake of the Joan Rivers investigation of the Yorkville Endoscopy center which was not a AAAHC certified facility. According to Mandell-Brown, the Yorkville Center was AAAASF approved which doesn’t have the higher standards established by AAAHC.