“When you enter our office, you are treated like a family member. We start by learning your cosmetic or medical concerns. After evaluating your concerns we will thoroughly discuss your options and then together decide how to proceed.”
Dr. Carniol is a Clinical Professor at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. He has been repeatedly selected as one of the Top Physicians in the New York Metropolitan Region by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., and as one of the Top Plastic Surgeons in the United States by the Center for Consumer Services in Washington D.C.
Dr. Carniol has lectured at numerous medical meetings across the United States and internationally, on subjects related to the latest devices and procedures in Plastic Surgery. His lecture topics include the latest laser procedures for treatment of wrinkles, brown spots, facial rejuvenation, and facial spider veins, as well as fillers for “liquid face lifts,” fuller lips, and “skin tightening” procedures.
He believes that a real sense of art and beauty as well as full understanding of the underlying anatomy and function are essential to performing facial rejuvenation procedures.
He has edited or co-edited multiple texts to better educate physicians. These include:
- Lasers and Chemical Peels in Facial Plastic Surgery (Currently in progress. Anticipated publication in Spring 2017.)
- Minimally Invasive And Office-Based Procedures In Facial Plastic Surgery, Thieme 2013
- Emerging Tools and Trends in Facial Plastic Surgery. Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America, Elseveir, May 2012
- Illustrated Manual of Injectable Fillers, Informa, 2011
- Clinical Procedures in Laser Skin Rejuvenation, Informa, 2007
- Emerging Trends in Facial Plastic Surgery, Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America, Elseveir, Saunders, 2007
- Facial Rejuvenation, Wiley-Liss, 2000
- Laser Skin Rejuvenation, Lippincott-Raven, 1998
As an active member of our community, Dr. Carniol believes in community service. Included in this service he volunteers on the Board of The New Jersey Parkinsons Disease Association and the regional cable television station: HTTV. He also serves as a member of the New Providence Emergency Response Team which works through the OEM (Office of Emergency Management). In the recent past we have had three significant storms affect New Jersey, including the infamous hurricane “Sandy.” Each time he has been involved as a member of the emergency response team. As one recently retired police captain described his activities, “You can always count on Dr. Carniol when it gets bad.”
He also serves as a volunteer for the New Providence Board of Health. He is on the board of Home Town TV; and also is the PBA Surgeon for the Summit Police and the New Providence Police.
Besides donating to numerous charities, he also has been involved in fundraising. This includes participating in the Torch Run which raises funds for the Special Olympics. The Torch Run is sponsored by multiple New Jersey Police Departments.