Pamela Lipkin, MD (born 1952) is a board-certified American cosmetic, plastic, and reconstructive surgeon based in New York, NY.
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Pamela Lipkin
- Dr. Lipkin was born in 1952. She is 70 years old.
- She attended Cornell University and graduated from SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse in 1978 for her medical degree.
- She did her residency in general surgery at Allegheny General Hospital – Western Pennsylvania Hospital. She completed a residency in Otolaryngology at Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital
- Lipkin is a highly respected nose specialist.
- An article appearing in 1991 called “The Miracle Worker” exposed her expertise in repairing bad rhinoplasties. She is adept at both primary and revision rhinoplasties.
- Her patients have included her sister-in-law, Fox News personality Ellen Ratner.
- In 1999, a Manhattan jury awarded a 62-year-old patient of Lipkin’s $600,000 for what they believed was an overzealous series of cosmetic procedures—face and brow lift operations, a nose job, and cheek implant corrections—on a woman who was already suffering from an addiction to plastic surgery.
- She was married to New York City mega-developer Bruce Ratner until 2017.
- Lipkin has a son from her first marriage.
- She has been an advocate of Botox use since the 1990s, before its approval by the US Food and Drug Administration in April 2002.
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