Dr. Stanley Taub - Lower Manhattan
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Dr. Stanley Taub - Lower Manhattan

Location: 465 W. Broadway Apt. 4S New York, NY 10012

Nearby Neighborhoods & Landmarks:
Greenwich Village - Soho , Union Square - Lower East Side , Gramercy Park - Murray Hill Manhattan Mall Newport Centre Shops of Columbus Circle


In New York, NY, Dr. Stanley Taub is a board-certified plastic surgeon who brings an extensive range of knowledge and experience to the field. After completing general surgery residencies at Beth Israel Hospital and at Martland Medical Center in Newark, Dr. Taub directed his studies towards clinical cosmetic enhancement, with a plastic surgery residency at Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn.

In addition to his prestigious medical appointments, Dr. Taub served as Clinical Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery for 20 years at New York Medical College, and instructed a course on the "Art of Breast Augmentation" at an American Society of Plastic Surgeons conference in 2002. He currently performs plastic surgery procedures at his New York City practice near Central Park South, and is an attending plastic surgeon at Cabrini Medical Center.

So much more than an esteemed plastic surgeon, Dr. Taub is also a highly regarded artist, sculptor, and pianist, bringing a unique level of artistic skill and dedication to his work. His devotion to continuing education and advanced technology has earned Dr. Taub medical research grants from the SRA and the American Cancer Society, as well as various awards and medical patents.

At his plastic surgery practice in New York City near the Plaza Hotel, Dr. Taub specializes in tummy tucks, liposuction, blepharoplasty eyelid surgery, and breast augmentation. Manhattan plastic surgery patients are comforted by Dr. Taub's professionalism and expertise, and impressed by his artistic results in cosmetic surgery.

Contact our representatives today to schedule your plastic surgery consultation with Dr. Taub in New York, NY. During a consultation, patients meet with Dr. Taub one-on-one to discuss their surgical and financial options in depth. No matter what procedure patients choose at Dr. Taub's New York practice, they can rest assured their aesthetic future is in knowledgeable, capable hands.

Popular Procedures:

  • Breast Augmentation
  • Abdominoplasty/Tummy Tucks
  • Liposuction
  • Facial Plastic Surgery


  • B.A., New York University Heights (1949-1953)
  • M.D., New York Medical College (1953-1957)

Board Affiliation:

  • American Board of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (1967)
  • American College of Surgeons, Fellow (1963-1996)


  • Professor Dr. Ignacio Barraquer Memorial Award, for Important Contributions to Medicine and Surgery through Cinematography (1968)
  • Honored by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons at the annual meeting in San Francisco, for achievements as a sculptor (1997)

Personal Interest:

Not only is Dr. Stanley Taub an accredited plastic surgeon, he is also a renowned sculptor, artist, playwright, ventriloquist, pianist, and medical inventor.


  • General Surgery, Beth Israel Hospital, New York, NY (1957-1959)
  • General Surgery, Martland Medical Center, Newark, NJ (1959-1961)
  • Plastic Surgery, Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, NY (1961-1963)

Academic Positions:

  • Clinical Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery, New York Medical College (1970-1990)
  • Attending Plastic Surgeon, Westchester Square Hospital (1963-1998)
  • Attending Plastic Surgeon, Cabrini Medical Center (1970-present)
  • Instructor for "The Art of Breast Augmentation" course, San Antonio ASPS Meeting (2002)


  • The Taub Oral Panendescope for direct observation and photography of palate function, Cleft Palate Journal (1996)
  • Vocal Rehabilitation of Laryngectomees: Preliminary report of a new technique and invention by Dr. Stanley Taub, American Journal of Surgery (1972)
  • The Air-Bypass Voice Prosthesis for Vocal Rehabilitation of Laryngectomees, American Journal of Surgery (1973), Ear, Nose and Throat Journal (1981)

Grants Received:

  • Society of Research Administrators (SRA) grant for the development of a Prosthetic Larynx (1968)
  • American Cancer Society grant for clinical trials of the Prosthetic Larynx (1970)
  • IRB grant for an investigative study into the use of a helium Neon laser for wound healing and pain reduction (1984-1998)


  • Taub Oral Panendescope for Cleft Palate Diagnostics (1963)
  • Voice-Bak for Vocal Rehabilitation of Laryngectomees (1972)
  • Insta-hold Surgical Drape (1986)