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Dr. Stelios C. Wilson

Plastic Surgeon

“I believe that each patient’s goals are unique. During my consultations, I feel that listening is just as important as educating. Above all, I understand that operating on someone’s face or body is a privilege based on trust. I would love to meet you.”

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ABOUT

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Wilson is examining his patient's face at Laser & Skin Surgery in NYC, NY.

Stelios C. Wilson, MD is a plastic surgeon seeing patients in New York City. Dr. Wilson is highly trained in both reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery. He is one of only a few plastic surgery graduates each year who go on to complete additional training in cosmetic surgery. He specializes in the repair of facial defects as well as aesthetic surgery of the face, nose, breasts, and body.

Dr. Wilson, a native of New Jersey, attended Swarthmore College where he was a double major in biology and economics and a 4-year varsity athlete on the men’s lacrosse team. Dr. Wilson attended NYU School of Medicine where he graduated at the top of his class and was inducted into the medical honor society, Alpha Omega Alpha. Following medical school, Dr. Wilson earned acceptance at his first choice, NYU, the top plastic and reconstructive surgery program in the country, for his 6-year training. In the final year, he was the chief resident. Following graduation, Dr. Wilson completed an additional fellowship at the Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital (MEETH), the oldest and most prestigious aesthetic surgery fellowship in the country.

Dr. Wilson has published over 50 peer-reviewed publications and more than ten book chapters dedicated to both aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery. He has presented his research at numerous regional and national meetings and hopes to continue to push the specialty of plastic surgery forward.

Dr. Wilson wants you to look as good as you feel. To that end, he is focused on providing safe, high-quality results with an emphasis on restoring or enhancing a natural aesthetic. Dr. Wilson is now accepting new patients in NYC. He accepts many commercial insurances and Medicare.

EDUCATION

LICENSURE

New York State License Number: Available Upon Request

Fellowship Training: Northwell Health

Residency: Surgical Residency; New York University School of Medicine; New York, New York 2014-2020
Medical: New York University School of Medicine; New York, New York Doctor of Medicine, 2009-2014
Undergraduate: Swarthmore College; Swarthmore, PA, Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Economics, 2005-2009

 

AWARDS

  • Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Medical Honor Society 2013-Present
  • Leonidis Lantzounis Biomedical Research Grant, $2,500, 2013
  • NIDDK Training Grant (T35s), $7,500, 2012
  • Swarthmore College Varsity Lacrosse, Team Captain, 2008-2009
  • Academic All Conference Honor Roll, 2007-2009
  • Swarthmore College Varsity Lacrosse Team “Iron Man” Award, 2008

 

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

  • Clinical outcomes of COVID-19 positive patients who underwent surgery: A New York City Experience
    Vranis NM, Bekisz JM, Chiu ES, Wilson SC
    Journal of Surgical Research. Accepted
  • Coronavirus disease 2019 state guidelines on elective surgery: considerations for plastic and reconstructive surgeons.
    Sarac BA, Schoenbrunner AR, Wilson SC, Chiu ES, Janis JE
    Plast Reconstruc Surg Glob Open. (5):e2904. May 2020.
  • The impact of COVID-19-based suspension of surgeries on plastic surgery practices: a survey of ACAPS members.
    Sarac BA, Schoenbrunner AR, Wilson SC, Chiu ES, Janis JE
    Plast Reconstruc Surg Glob Open. (8):e3119. Aug 2020.
  • Technical pearls in frontal and periorbital bone contouring in gender-affirmation surgery.
    Eisemann BS, Wilson SC, Ramly EP, Kantar RS, Alfonso AR, Frey JD, Bluebond-Langer R, Rodriguez ED
    Plast Reconstruc Surg. (3):326-329. Sept 2020.
  • Breast augmentation in male-to-female transgender patients: Technical considerations and outcomes.
    Miller, TJ, Wilson SC, Massie JP, Morrison SD, Satterwhite T.
    Journal Plas Recon Aesth Surg Open. (21):63-74. Sep 2019.
  • Transversus abdominis plane blocks in microsurgical breast reconstruction: A systematic review and meta-analysis
    Abdou SA, Daar DA, Wilson SC, Daar DA, Thanik V.
    Journal of Reconstr Microsurg. 36(5):353-361. Feb 2020.
  • Revisiting the reverse sural artery flap in distal lower extremity reconstruction: A systematic review and risk analysis
    Daar DA, Abdou SA, David JA, Kirby DJ, Wilson SC, Saadeh PB
    Ann Plast Surg. 84(4):463-470 Apr 2020.
  • A call to action for male surgeons in the wake of the #MeToo movement: mentor female surgeons
    Daar DA, Abdou SA, Wilson SC, Hazen A Saadeh PB
    Ann Surg. 270(1)26-28. Jul 2019.
  • Impact of diabetes on 30-day complications in mastectomy and implant-based breast reconstruction.
    Rifkin WJ, Kanta RS, Cammarata MJ, Wilson SC, Diaz-Siso JR, Golas AR, Levine JP, Ceradini DJ
    J Surg Res. (235) 148-159, Oct 2019
  • Predictors of adverse outcomes in the management of mandibular fractures
    Daar DA, Kantar RS, Cammarata MJ, Rifkin WJ, Alfonso AR, Wilson SC, Rodriguez ED
    J Craniofac Surg. 30(2) 571-577. Mar 2019
  • Obesity and lower extremity reconstruction: Evaluating body mass index as an independent risk factor for early complications
    Rifkin WJ, Kantar RS, Daar DA, Alfonso AR, Cammarata MJ, Wilson SC, Diaz- Siso JR, Levine JP, Stranix JT, Ceradini DJ
    J Reconstructive Microsurg. 35(5) 346-353. Dec 2019.
  • Is the media sural artery perforator flap a new workhorse flap? A systematic review and meta-analysis
    Daar DA, Abdou SA, Cohen JM, Wilson SC, Levine JP
    Plast Recon Surgery. 143(2) 393e-403e; Feb 2019.
  • Topical inhibition of PUMA signaling mitigates radiation injury.
    Kowzun MJ, Rifkin WJ, Borab ZM,Ellison T, Soares MA, Wilson SC, Lotfi P, Bandekar A, Sofou S, Saadeh PB, Ceradini DJ
    Wound repair regen. 26(6)413-425. Nov 2018.
  • Lower eyelid blepharoplasty: does the literature support the longevity of this procedure?
    Wilson SC, Daar DA, Maliha SG, Abdou SA, Levine SM, Baker DC.
    Aesthetic Surgery Journal. 38(12):1289-1297. Nov 2018.
  • Abdominal panniculectomy: determining the impact of diabetes on complications and risk factors for adverse events.
    Kantar RS, Rifkin WJ, Wilson SC, David JA, Diaz-Siso JR, Levine JP, Golas AR, Ceradini DJ
    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 142(4): 462e-471e. Oct 2018.
  • Breast and body contouring for transgender and gender nonconforming individuals.
    Morrison SD, Wilson SC, Mosser SW.
    Clinics of Plastic Surgery. 45(3): 333-342. Jul 2018.
  • Modified nipple flap with free areolar grafts for component nipple-areola complex construction: outcomes with a novel technique for chest wall reconstruction in transgender men.
    Frey JD, Yu JZ, Poudrier G, Motosko CC, Saia WB, Wilson SC, Hazen A.
    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 142(2): 331-336. Jul 2018.
  • Public interest in breast augmentation: analysis and implications of Google Trends data.
    Wilson SC, Daar DA, Sinno S, Levine SM
    Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. 42(3): 648-655. Jun 2018.
  • Masculinizing top surgery: a systematic review of techniques and outcomes
    Wilson SC, Morrison SD, Anzai L, Massie JP, Poudrier G, Motosko CC, Hazen A.
    Annals of Plastic Surgery. 80(6): 679-683. Jun 2018.
  • Outcomes after phalloplasty: Do transgender patients and multiple urethral procedures carry a higher rate of complication?
    Remington AC, Morrison SD, Massie JP, Crow CS, Shakir A, Wilson SC, Vyas KS, Lee GK, Friedrich JB.
    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 141(2): 220e-229e. Feb 2018.
  • Phalloplasty with urethral lengthening: addition of a vascularized bulbospongiosus flap from vaginectomy reduces postoperative urethral complications.
    Massie JP, Morrison SD, Wilson SC, Crane CN, Chen ML.
    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 140(4): 551e-558e. Oct 2017.
  • Patient-reported outcomes in gender confirming surgery.
    Massie JP, Morrison SD, Smith JR, Wilson SC, Satterwhite T
    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 140(1): 236e-237e. Jul 2017.
  • Are we adequately preparing our trainees to care for transgender patients?
    Morrison SD, Wilson SC, Smith JR
    Journal of Graduate Medical Education. 9(2):258. Apr 2017.
  • Consistent quality of life outcomes measures are needed for facial feminization surgery.
    Morrison SD, Crowe CS, Wilson SC
    Journal of Craniofacial Surgery. 28(3):851-852. May 2017.
  • The impact of two operating surgeons on microsurgical breast reconstruction.
    Weichman KE, Lam G, Wilson SC, Levine JP, Allen RJ, Karp NS, Choi M, Thanik VD
    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 139(2):277-284. Feb 2017.
  • Penile replantation: A retrospective analysis of outcomes and complications.
    Morrison SD, Shakir A, Vyas KS, Remington AC, Mogni B, Wilson SC, Grant DW, Cho DY, Rahnemai-Azar A, Lee GK, Friedrich JB, Mardini S
    Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery. 33(4): 227-232. May 2017.
  • Analysis of flap weight and postoperative complications based on flap weight in patients undergoing microsurgical breast reconstruction.
    Lam G, Weichman KE, Reavey PL, Wilson SC, Levine JP, Saadeh PB, Allen RJ, Choi M, Karp NS, Thanik VD.
    Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery. 33(3):186-193. Mar 2017.
  • Fasciocutaneous flap reinforcement of ventral onlay buccal mucosa grafts enables neophallus revision urethroplasty.
    Wilson SC, Stranix JT, Khurana K, Morrison SD, Levine JP, Zhao LC
    Therapeutic advances in Urology. 8(6):331-337. Dec 2016.
  • Educational exposure to transgender patient care in plastic surgery training.
    Morrison SD, Chong HJ, Dy GW, Grant DW, Wilson SC, Brower JP, Vedder NB, Berli JU, Friedrich JB.
    Plastic Reconstructive Surgery. 138(4):944-53. Oct 2016.
  • Breast Reconstruction using contour fenestrated alloderm: Does improvement in design translate to improved outcomes?
    Frey JD, Alperovich M, Weichman KE, Wilson SC, Hazen A, Saadeh PB, Levine JP, Choi M, Karp NS
    Plastic and Reconstructive surgery global open. 3(9)e505. Sep 2015.
  • Techniques and outcomes in fat grafting: using evidence to determine fact or fiction.
    Sinno S, Wilson SC, Brownstone ND, Levine SM
    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 137(3):818-24. Mar 2016.
  • To resect or not to resect: The effects rib-sparing harvest of the internal mammary vessels in microsurgical breast reconstruction.
    Wilson SC, Weichman K, Broer PN, Ahn CY, Allen RJ, Saadeh PB, Karp NS, Choi M, Levine JP, Thanik VD.
    Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery. 32(2): 94-100. Feb 2016.
  • Postoperative Expansion is not a primary cause of infection in immediate breast reconstruction with tissue expanders.
    Avraham T, Weichman KE, Wilson SC, Weinstein A, Haddock NT, Szpalski C, Choi M, Karp NS.
    Breast Journal. 21(5): 501-7: Sept 2015.
  • Public Perceptions of Plastic Surgery: Analysis and Implications
    Sinno S, Barr J, Wilson SC, Smith BD, Tanna N, Saadeh PB.
    Journal of Craniofacial Surgery. 26(4): 1238-41. June 2015.
  • Primary melanoma of the hand: An algorithmic approach to surgical management.
    Sinno S, Wilson SC, Billig J, Shapiro R, Choi M.
    Journal of Plastic Surgery and Hand Surgery. 49(6): 339-45: June 2015.
  • Patient-reported satisfaction and quality of life following breast reconstruction in thin patients: a comparison between microsurgical and prosthetic implant recipients.
    Weichman KE, Broer PN, Thanik VD, Wilson SC, Tanna N, Levine JP, Choi M, Karp NS, Hazen A.
    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 136(2):213-20: Aug 2015.
  • Plastic surgery mortality: An 11-year, single-institution experience.
    Levine SM and Wilson SC, Sinno S, Rothwax J, Dillon A, Saadeh PB.
    Annal of Plastic Surgery. 76(5): 556-8: May 2016.
  • Microsurgical breast reconstruction in thin patients: the impact of low body mass indices.
    Weichman KE, Tanna N, Broer PN, Wilson SC, Azhar H, Karp NS, Choi M, Ahn CY, Levine JP, Allen RJ
    Journal Reconstructive Macrosurgery. 31(1): 20-5: Jan 2015.
  • Trends and Drivers of the Aesthetic Market During a Turbulent Economy
    Wilson SC, Soares MA, Reavey PL, Saadeh PB
    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 133(6):783-9: June 2015.
  • Wide Local En Bloc Excision of Subungual Melanoma In Situ, Maximizing Functional and Aesthetic Outcome: A Retrospective Review
    Haddock NT, Wilson SC, Shapiro RL, Choi, M
    Annals of Plastic Surgery. 73(6):640-4: Dec 2014.
  • Venous Coupler Size in Autologous Breast Reconstruction – Does it Matter?
    Broer PN, Weichman KE, Tanna N, Wilson SC, Ng R, Ahn C, Choi M, Karp NS, Levine JP, Allen RJ
    Microsurgery (Epub ahead of print)
  • Sterile “Ready to Use” Alloderm Decreases Postoperative Infections Complications in Patients Undergoing Immediate Implant Based Breast Reconstruction with Acellular Dermal Matrix
    Weichman KE, Wilson SC, Saadeh PB, Hazen A, Levine JP, Choi M, Karp NS
    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 132(4):725-36. Oct 2013.
  • Antibiotic Selection for the Treatment of Infectious Complications of Implant-Based Breast Reconstruction
    Weichman KE, Levine SM, Wilson SC, Choi M, Karp NS.
    Annals of Plastic Surgery. 71(2):140-3. Aug 2013.
  • The Role of Autologous Fat Grafting in Secondary Microsurgical Breast Reconstruction
    Weichman KE, P. Broer PN, Tanna N, Wilson SC, Allan A, Levine JP, Ahn CE, Choi M, Karp NS, Allen RJ.
    Annals of Plastic Surgery. 71(1): 24-30. July 2013
  • Treatments and Outcomes of Fingertip Injuries in a Large Metropolitan Public Hospital.
    Weichman KE, Wilson SC, Samra F, Sharma S, Haddock NT.
    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 131(1):107-12, January 2013.
  • Improving Wound Healing with Topical Gene Therapy
    Layliev J and Wilson SC,1 Warren S, Saadeh P.
    Advances in Wound Care. 1(5):218-23, October 2012.
  • The Use of Acellular Dermal Matrix in Immediate Two-Stage Tissue Expander Breast Reconstruction
    Weichman KE, Wilson SC, Weinstein A, Hazen A, Levine JP, Choi M, Karp N.
    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 129(5):1049-58, May 2012

    PUBLICATIONS: ABSTRACTS PRESENTED AT REGIONAL, NATIONAL, AND INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS

    • Noninvasive body contouring techniques: What is the evidence?
      Wilson SC, Daar DA, Abdou SA, Maliha SG, Levine SM
      Plastic Surgery, The Meeting. Chicago, IL. Oct 2018.
    • Is the medial sural artery perforator flap a new workhorse flap? A systematic review and meta-analysis.
      Wilson SC, Daar DA, Abdou SA, Cohen, JM, Levine JP
      Plastic Surgery, The Meeting. Chicago, IL. Oct 2018.
    • Lower eyelid blepharoplasty: does the literature support the longevity of this procedure?
      Wilson SC, Daar DA, Maliha SG, Abdou SA, Levine SM, Baker DC.
      The Aesthetic Meeting. New York, NY. May 2018.
    • Current thoughts on fat gafting. Using evidence to determine fact or fiction.
      Sinno S, Wilson SC, Brownstone ND, Levine SM
      Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 136(4 Suppl): 131-2. Oct 2015.
    • To resect or not to resect: The effects rib-sparing harvest of the internal mammary vessels in microsurgical breast reconstruction.
      Wilson SC, Weichman K, Broer PN, Ahn CY, Allen RJ, Saadeh PB, Karp NS, Choi M, Levine JP, Thanik VD.
      Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 136 (4 Suppl): 92. Oct 2015
    • Primary melanoma of the hand: an algorithmic approach to surgical management.
      Sinno S, Wilson SC, Billig J, Shapiro R, Choi M.
      Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 134(4 Suppl 1): 115. Oct 2014
    • Medical resident’s personal exposure on facebook: behavioral trends and an interventional pilot study.
      Sinno S, Levine S, Wilson SC, Weinstein A, Saadeh PS.
      Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 134(4 Suppl 1): 65-6. Oct 2014
    • Use of the morbidity and mortality conference to analyze patient death in plastic surgery: an 11-year, single institution experience.
      Wilson SC, Levine S, Sinno S, Rothwax J, Dillon A, Saadeh PB.
      Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 134(4 Suppl 1): 48. Oct 2014
    • Trends and Drivers of the Aesthetic Market During a Turbulent Economy
      Wilson SC, Soares MA, Saadeh PB
      Plastic Surgery: The Meeting, San Diego, CA, October 2013
    • Silence the RAGE: Targeted inhibition of the receptor for advanced glycated endproducts (RAGE) restores regenerative function in diabetes.
      Wilson SC, Lalezarzadeh F, Soares MA, Lotfi P, Ham MJ, Ojo CO, Sartor RA, Saadeh PB, Ceradini DJ
      Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 131(5S):16. May 2013.
    • Normalizing dysfunctional purine metabolism in the diabetic regenerative environment accelerates cutaneous wound healing.
      Lalezarzadeh F, Wilson SC, Weinstein AL, Soares MA, Ham MJ, Lotfi P, Ojo CO, Sartor RA, Saadeh PB, Ceradini DJ
      Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 131(5S):137. May 2013.
    • Ex vivo mesenchymal stem cell therapy protects vascular networks from ischemia reperfusion injury.
      Soares MA, McRae MH, Ham MJ, Wilson SC, Lotfi P, Lalezarzadeh F, Ojo CO, Saadeh PB, Ceradini DJ.
      Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 131(5S):105. May 2013.
    • Indoleamine-2,3-dioxygenase is critical to mesenchymal stem cell-based allograft tolerization
      Soares MA, Low YC, Ham MJ, Lalezarzadeh F, Wilson SC, Ojo CO, Lotfi P, Saadeh PB, Ceradini DJ.
      Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 131(5S):89. May 2013.
    • KEAP1 silencing improves diabetic-specific defects in mesenchymal stem cell function.
      Soares MA, Low YC, Ham MJ, Lotfi P, Wilson SC, Lalezarzadeh F, Ojo CO, Saadeh PB, Ceradini DJ.
      Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 131(5S):127. May 2013.
    • Therapeutic targeting of PUMA overexpression mitigates chronic radiation injury.
      Lotfi P, Low YC, Soares MA, Ham MJ, Wilson SC, Lalezarzadeh F, Ojo CO, Sartor RA, Levine JP, Saadeh PB, Ceradini DJ
      Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 131(5S):25. May 2013.
    • Topical gene silcencing: Toward an off-the-shelf solution.
      Ham MJ, Soares MA, Zhou A, Ayaz M, Lotfi P, Lalezarzadeh F, Wilson SC, Ojo CO, Bendekar A, Sofou S, Saadeh PB, Ceradini DJ
      Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 131(5S):93. May 2013.
    • Predictable and durable fat grafting by targeted protection of the donor microvasculature using phophodiesterase 5 inhibitor (PDE5i)
      Soares MA, Ezeamuzie O, Ojo CO, Ham MJ, Lalezarzadeh F, Lotfi P, Wilson SC, Saadeh PB, Ceradini DJ.
      Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 131(5S):128. May 2013.
    • Limited use of acellular dermal matrix directly correlates with decreased rates of infectious complications in immediate implant based breast reconstruction: A single institution experience.
      Weichman Wilson SC, Hazen A, Levine J, Choi M, Karp NS.
      23rd European Association of Plastic Surgeons (EURAPS) May 24, 2012
    • Use of the Biopatch Brain Dressing to Reduce Infection Rates in Implant-Based Breast Reconstruction.
      Blechman K, Reavey P, Weichman KE, Wilson SC, Levine JP, Choi M, Karp NS
      New York Regional Society of Plastic Surgeons Resident’s Night, March 12, 2012
    • Implementation of a Patient-Based Education System Increases the Rate of Breast Reconstruction Following Mastectomy in an Urban Center
      Wetterau M, Stern C, Nguyen P, Levine M, Wilson SC, Weinstein A, Bright K, Saadeh P, Ceradini D, Levine J.
      Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 128(4S):58, October 2011.
    • Wide local excision of subungual melanoma in situ: A retrospective review
      Haddock N, Wilson SC, Shapiro R, Choi M.
      The American Society for Surgery of the Hand, Las Vegas, NV, September 2011.

    TEXTBOOK CHAPTERS

    • Radiofrequency assisted liposuction for body contouring
      Theodorou SJ, Chia CT,
      Wilson SC
      Emerging Technologies in Face and Body Contouring. Thieme. 2020
    • Radiofrequency assisted liposuction for arm contouring
      Theodorou SJ, Chia CT,
      Wilson SC
      Emerging Technologies in Face and Body Contouring. Thieme. 2020
    • Flanks and Hips
      Theodorou SJ,
      Wilson SC
      Emerging Technologies in Face and Body Contouring. Thieme. 2020
    • Calf, ankle, and knee contouring
      Chia CT, Pitman GH,
      Wilson SC
      Emerging Technologies in Face and Body Contouring. Thieme. 2020
    • Dermabrasion
      Wilson SC
      Essentials of Aesthetic Surgery Q&A Companion. Thieme.
    • Fat grafting
      Wilson SC
      Essentials of Aesthetic Surgery Q&A Companion. Thieme.
    • Progressive tension sutures
      Wilson SC
      Essentials of Aesthetic Surgery Q&A Companion. Thieme.
    • Otoplasty
      Wilson SC
      Essentials of Aesthetic Surgery Q&A Companion. Thieme.
    • Noninvasive body contouring
      Wilson SC
      Essentials of Aesthetic Surgery Q&A Companion. Thieme.
    • Forearm augmentation
      Wilson SC and Steinbrech DS
      Aesthetic Surgery in Men, Thieme. 2018.
    • Male-to-female gender-confirming surgery
      Morrison SD, Wilson SC, Perez GP, Satterwhite T
      Scientific American Plastic Surgery. Decker Publishing. 2018.
    • Body contouring and breast augmentation
      Morrison SD, Wilson SC, Mosser S, Satterwhite T
      Gender Confirmation Surgery – Principles and Techniques for an Emerging Field. Springer Publishing. 2018

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