Bryant A. Toth is a world famous and internationally respected cosmetic surgeon who resides and practices in San Francisco, California. Dr. Toth is a magna cum laude graduate of Dartmouth College where was named a Rufus Choate Scholar in his senior year. Medical school training was at Brown University followed by General Surgical Training at the Massachusetts General Hospital, the primary teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. His Plastic Surgical training was also at the Massachusetts.. General Hospital. He has been certified by both the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Plastic Surgery. At the completion of his plastic surgical training Dr. Toth was the recipient of the prestigious Kazanjian Fellowship from Harvard, allowing him to pursue cosmetic surgical and craniofacial interests in Paris, France. Dr. Toth has practiced plastic surgery in the same location in San Francisco since his return from Paris 25 years ago. He is currently a full Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery at the University of California, San Francisco, and is the Director of the Craniofacial Clinic at Childrens Hospital, Oakland. He has published over 70 journal articles, 14 book chapters, and six instructional videotapes and has been co-editor of three textbooks on plastic surgery. His most recent book, International Textbook of Cosmetic Surgery, edited by Toth and Scuderi is a two volume textbook of cosmetic surgery that will be translated into multiple languages and is destined to be one the the major books in the cosmetic field. He is currently on the editorial board of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the international journal of cosmetic surgery. Dr. Toth has been invited to demonstrate new techniques in cosmetic surgery by lecturing and performing live surgery in a variety of venues including Paris, Milan, Copenhagen, Capetown, Sao Paolo, Moscow and Shanghai. He has been consistently named one of the top cosmetic surgeons in San Francisco and the U.S. by Castle-Connolly, San Francisco Magazine, and others.VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
I heard about Toth through his aggressive "PR" machine and actually had a consult with him. He seemed nice enough face-to-face, but there is something about him that unsettled me, something, well. . . . fake. So I did a lot of research on him and found that most of his "good" reviews online are always from the same people, like "sfgolden," etc., that say that same thing over and over again: He is the Best of the Best, listed in Magazines, did his son's cleft lip, etc. I happened to contact some of the patients with negative reviews and found that they had much more substance to say about this guy. I would probably stay away from this guy, as someone who so aggressively promotes himself (and I suspect have some of his, ahem, own folks write "reviews") probably has something real to make up for. Just my two cents.
Posted: 6/06/2010 • Link to this review
Dr Bryant Toth operated on my sons cleft lip and my son looks so good people can't believe he had major reconstructive surgery.My son is a model for Children's hospital.Dr Toth is as nice as he is skilled.He is a genuine giving Doctor.
Posted: 9/23/2009 • Last edited: 6/06/2010 • Link to this review
The hassel of finding a reputable plastic surgeon in San Francisco was the one major thing that held me back from getting surgery. For years I had wanted to get my boobs done, but all the horror stories on tv about botched procedures and sketchy plastic surgeons scared me to death. But I had heard good things about Dr. Toth from friends who were getting minor things done, like botox and fillers, at his office. I decided that it wouldn't hurt to make an appointment with him. After meeting with Dr. Toth my distorted images of plastic surgeons disappeared. He was so warm, personable and thorough. I felt comfortable and ended up scheduling surgery with his office. I've never been disappointed with my decision. I am so happy with the overall experience. My new figure looks great with my two new additions! :-D
Posted: 9/21/2009 • Last edited: 6/06/2010 • Link to this review
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