Tommaso Addona, MD, FACS
Dr. Tommaso Addona has been with Long Island Plastic Surgical Group since 2009. Dr. Addona graduated Summa Cum Laude from Binghamton University and obtained his MD with Honors in Plastic Surgery Research from Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Addona completed his residency in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at The Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, followed by advanced training in Microvascular and Reconstructive Surgery at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.
Dr. Addona performs a wide range of plastic surgical procedures including breast augmentation, body contouring, and facial aesthetic surgery, as well breast reconstruction using highly specialized microvascular techniques. These include DIEP, SIEA, SGAP, TUG, and free TRAM flaps. Dr. Addona has published numerous articles and book chapters on diverse topics in plastic and reconstructive surgery. He is also actively involved in the Clinical Trials Division at Long Island Plastic Surgical Group, helping to improve procedures and make them safer.
Dr. Addona is actively involved in medical volunteerism, treating adults and children around the world in need of plastic and reconstructive surgery. He has traveled abroad on medical missions with the non-for-profit organization Healing the Children, as well as LIPSG’s organization, Mission: Restore.
- 1998-2002: Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Bronx, New York
- 1994-1998: Binghamton University; Binghamton, New York
- 2008-2009: Fellowship, Microvascular and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; New York, New York.
- 2005-2008: Residency, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center; New York, New York.
- 2002-2005: Residency, General Surgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center; New York, New York.
- Diplomate American Board of Plastic Surgery 2010
- Diplomate American Board of Plastic Surgery
- American Society of Plastic Surgeons
- Northeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
- New York Regional Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
- Tommaso Addona, Michael Polcino, Lester Silver, Peter J Taub. Leadership Trends in Plastic Surgery. Plastic Reconstructive Surgery 2009; 123 (2): 750-753.
- Daniel Feingold, Tommaso Addona, Kenneth Forde, Tracey Arnell, Joseph Carter, Emina Huang, and Richard Whelan. Safety and Reliability of Tattooing Colorectal Neoplasms prior to Laparoscopic Resection. Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery 2004;8:543-546.
- Sean Boutros, Robert Bernard, Robert Galiano, Tommaso Addona, Barry Stokes, Joseph G McCarthy. The Temporal Sequence of Periosteal Attachment after Elevation. Plastic Reconstructive Surgery. 2003; 111 (6): 1942-1947.
- Weng-Lang Yang, Tommaso Addona, Deepak Nair, and T.S. Ravikumar. Apoptosis Induced by Cryo-njury in Human Colorectal Cancer Cell is Associated with Mitochondrial Dysfunction. International Journal of Cancer. 2003; 103: 360-369.
- Aby J. Mathew, Tommaso Addona, John G. Baust, Ph.D. and Robert Van Buskirk, Ph.D. Vitamin E and EDTA Improve the Efficacy of Hypothermosol – Implication of Apoptosis. In Vitro Molecular Toxicology. 1999; 12 (3): 163-172
- The New York Regional Society of Plastic Surgeons Residents’ Night. Diagnostic Biopsy of Median Motor Nerve Branch: Indications, Technique, and Applications. Tommaso Addona, Jess Ting. 2007. Winner Resident Presentation Award.
- Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons 24th Anuual Meeting. Leadership Trends in Plastic Surgery. Tommaso Addona, Michael Polcino, Lester Silver, Peter J Taub. 2007.
- American College of Surgeons 87th Clinical Congress. Sublethal Cryoablation triggers a Caspase Cascade in Human Colon Cancer Cells. Weng-Lang Yang, Lixin Qi, Tommaso Addona, T.S. Ravikumar, MD. 2001
- American Association for Cancer Research 92nd Annual Meeting. Atopopsis induced by Cryo-Injury in various Human Colon Cancer Cell Lines. Tommaso Addona, W.L. Lang, & T.S. Ravikumar, MD. New Orleans, LA. 2000 American
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- Winthrop University Hospital
- North Shore University Hospital
- Long Island Jewish Medical Center
- Saint Francis Medical Center
- SouthNassau Community Hospital