Dr. Stark was inspired to become a plastic surgeon at a young age when she met a man with a congenital deformity and saw how it affected his life and self-esteem. Since that moment, she aspired to dedicate her life to help instill confidence in others through Plastic and Reconstructive surgery.
Dr. Stark has a strong background in art. She is a classically trained artist in drawing, painting, and sculpting. It was apparent that plastic surgery is the perfect marriage between her passions for art and medicine. She has a strong interest in providing all aesthetic plastic surgical and non-surgical procedures.
She takes pride on practicing as an ethical surgeon and meticulous perfectionist. With Dr. Stark, you will have an individualized comprehensive approach from a woman’s perspective with an artist’s touch.
Education background and residency
Dr. Stark earned her bachelor’s degree at the University of Florida in Nutritional Sciences.She went on to complete her doctorate at Nova Southeastern University College of Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
She then started her residency training in General Surgery before completing her Plastic and Reconstructive residency from St. Joseph’s University Medical Center, and served as chief resident. There she was nominated for the Gold Humanism Award that recognizes physicians who are exemplars for compassionate patient care and serve as role models, mentors, and leaders in medicine.
Dr. Stark participates in research and is a published author in numerous Plastic Surgery journals including Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (PRS) global open and Eplasty.
cosmetic dermatologist Many hospitals deferred elective procedures to keep traffic to the hospital as essential as possible. Even now, many healthcare administrations are choosing to defer, postpone, or even outright cancel some elective procedures that they deem “unnecessary”. However, at Greenberg Cosmetic Surgery, we have seen firsthand just how impactful a good cosmetic procedure can be in someone’s life. It’s not just about how you look, it’s about how you feel.