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Dr. Boris Volshteyn is a board certified plastic surgeon practicing in West Long Branch and Edison, New Jersey. He received his medical degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia where he graduated Magna cum Laude. His surgical training in General and Plastic surgery was completed at the University of Missouri. He completed a year of clinical research and fellowship in Microsurgery and had an additional training in cosmetic surgery at MEETH, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital in New York City. He also received an additional advanced training in mesotherapy in Paris, France under renowned Dr. Jacquesce Coz, as well as advanced training in cell therapy in Lausanne, Switzerland. In addition to his vast medical background, Dr. Volshteyn also holds a Master of Science Degree in Applied Human Physiology from the University of Health Sciences in Chicago.



He was elected to AOA, Alpha Omega Alpha, the most prestigious National Medical Honor Society, for his various contributions to medicine over the years. He has received numerous recognitions and awards for his research, resident and medical student teaching, including Sandoz and MU Chancellor’s Award as well as a research grant from the American Lipoplasty Society.

His research on liposuction safety, reliability of computer imaging in cosmetic plastic surgery, and effectiveness of newer techniques in facial rejuvenation (face lift surgery) have been presented at various national meetings and are to be published by numerous professional journals.

Dr. Volshteyn is a member of multiple medical societies and an active participant in national and international meetings in plastic surgery. He travels around the world seeking the newest and best treatments available. He currently serves as the Chief of Plastic Surgery at Meadowlands Hospital in Secaucus. He also has active privileges at Robert Wood Johnson, Centrastate in Freehold, Riverview Medical Center, Raritan Bay, Monmouth Medical Center, Saint Peters, Jersey Shore University Medical center, and JFK Medical Center.