David Hirsch, DDS, MD, FACS
Manhattan Maxillofacial Surgery NY
Dr. David Hirsch has a dual degree (MD, DDS), and is a board certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon. Dr. Hirsch graduated with honors from Cornell University where, in addition to his studies, he won the NCAA Division 1 Championship in Wrestling, was a two-time All-American and a three-time Eastern champion. After graduating from Cornell, Dr. Hirsch took one year and worked as a wrestling coach at his alma mater.
In 1999 Dr. Hirsch graduated with honors from New York University college of Dentistry. Following Dental School, Dr. Hirsch went on to complete medical school at the top of his class and a six-year Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Residency at Bellevue/NYU. Dr. Hirsch also completed an internship in general surgery at NYU. Dr. Hirsch concluded his training with a Head and Neck Surgical Oncology Fellowship in Portland, Oregon. Here Dr. Hirsch was trained in Head and Neck Cancer and Cosmetic Surgery.
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Dr. Hirsch has visited Mexico, India, and The Dominican Republic for both philanthropic and training purposes. In these countries Dr. Hirsch performed surgery ranging from congenital deformities to major head and neck reconstruction.
Dr. Hirsch is currently Chief of Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery / General Surgery, Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital. Dr. Hirsch’s private practice, Manhattan Maxillofacial Surgery, has grown rapidly since opening. Dr. Hirsch is very passionate about his work, has an excellent chair-side manner and truly cares about his patients.
Dr. Hirsch was recently interviewed by several major news networks regarding a pioneering jaw surgery in the United States. A team of surgeons at NYU Langone Medical Center headed by Dr. David L. Hirsch performed a cutting-edge jaw surgery on a patient with a fast growing tumor called ameloblastoma. After removing a large section of the patients jaw bone with the tumor, the surgeons then rebuilt the patients jaw using a section of the fibula bone. The fibula bone was then implanted with dental implants and teeth placed on the day of surgery. This was the first time the operation was ever performed in the United States. Doctors planned every step of the operation virtually on computer to get optimal results.
Dr. Hirsch resides in New York with his wife and family where he enjoys fly-fishing and golf.