Dr. Dana Khuthaila maintains an office for her plastic surgery practice in a convenient Midtown Manhattan location with beautiful views of Central Park South. Located directly across the street from Central Park, Dr. Khuthaila’s 13th floor office includes sweeping views of New York City from the patient waiting area. Dr. Khuthaila’s office also includes a private consultation room and a minor procedures room for treatments that do not require general anesthesia. Dr. Khuthaila’s office is located only one block away from the Fifth Avenue-59th Street Subway Station on the BMT Broadway Line with service by the N, R, W and Q trains.
Dr. Khuthaila is an extremely talented and skilled plastic and reconstructive surgeon who offers several procedures for the breast and body. Fluent in both English and Arabic, Dr. Khuthaila has chaired and moderated at workshops and seminars across the world in different plastic surgery specialties. She is a caring, compassionate physician who strives to create gorgeous, natural results for her patients.
Dr. Khuthaila has a special interest in breast and body contouring as they relate to a woman's body, especially surgery following a massive weight loss (bariatric surgery) or after child birth in what is known as the "Mommy Makeover”.
She has a great deal of training and experience in breast reconstruction surgery after a mastectomy (the removal of a breast as a cancer treatment).
She has been asked to present at numerous national and international meetings in the field of reconstructive breast surgery. She also has extended training and knowledge in transgender breast procedures. These procedures include MTF -breast augmentation and shaping and FTM- double mastectomy with chest contouring.
Among several honors and awards, Dr. Khuthaila, for four consecutive years has been listed by the New York Times “Super Doctors in Plastic Surgery”.
SKILLS AND SPECIALTIES
Dr. Khuthaila performs surgery for the breast, face, body, and skin. She offers every aspect of cosmetic and reconstructive breast surgery including breast augmentation, breast lift, and breast reduction surgery for an aesthetic improvement, as well as breast reconstruction for patients who have lost their breasts due to cancer or trauma. Patients from all over the city refer to her as a breast specialist and those who have experienced unsatisfactory results from a prior breast augmentation surgery seek her unique skills to restore their breasts. Dr. Khuthaila also offers body contouring including tummy tuck, liposuction, fat transfer, lifts and skin tightening for weight loss patients, and the mommy makeover procedure for women who want to reclaim their pre-pregnancy shape. She uses both surgical and nonsurgical methods to enhance and turn back the hands of time on the face, including facelift surgery and eyelid surgery, as well as BOTOX and an extensive offering of injectables.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Dr. Khuthaila attended The College of Medicine at King Saudi University, Saudi Arabia. After earning her medical degree, she spent many years studying under several renowned surgeons in various countries. After completing medical school, Dr. Khuthaila started a five year integrated plastic surgery residency program at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, an institution known for creativity, innovation, and excellence. She later went on to further specialized training in reconstructive and aesthetic breast surgery in Toronto, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Belgium and Milan with world-renowned surgeons in cosmetic and microsurgical reconstructive breast surgery. She is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and active in many professional medical societies. Dr. Khuthaila's fellowship training includes:
Cosmetic Surgery Hospital, Toronto (Cosmetic fellowship under the direction of Lloyd Carlsen)
Clinica Ivo Pitanguy, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Visiting fellowship in cosmetic surgery under the direction of Ivo Pitanguy)
Center for Breast and Body Contouring Grand Rapids, MI (Breast cosmetic fellowship under the direction of Dennis C. Hammond)
Ghent University Hospital – Ghent, Belgium (Breast Microsurgery reconstruction with the DIEP flap under the direction of Phillip Blondeel and Moustapha Hamdi)
European Institute of Oncology, Milan (Breast conserving surgery under the direction of Jean-Yves Petit)
National Institute for the Study of Reconstructive Surgery, Milan (Visiting fellowship in breast cosmetic surgery under the direction of Maurizio Nava)
Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston (Visiting fellowship for vascular anomalies and cleft lip and palate in children, under the direction of John B. Mulliken)
Dr. Khuthaila is a member of many different professional societies and organizations as they relate to cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. She strives to keep her credentials current and continues to look at progressive ways to advance her skill in the field of plastic surgery. Her current memberships include:
Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada in Plastic Surgery
Fellow of the American College of Surgeons in Plastic Surgery (ACS)
Member of the International Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS)
Member of The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
Dr. Khuthaila has authored and co-authored many publications in the field of plastic and reconstructive surgery in reputable surgical journals and books:
Mastopexy using the short scar periareolar inferior pedicle reduction technique.
Hammond, D.C., Alfonso, D., Khuthaila, D.K.; Plast Reconstr Surg. 2008 May.
Latissimus dorsi flap salvage of the partially failed TRAM flap breast reconstruction.
Hammond, D.C., Simon, A.M., Khuthaila, D.K., Hoberman, L., Sohn, S.; Plast Reconstr Surg. 2007 Aug.
The interlocking Gore-Tex suture for control of areolar diameter and shape.
Hammond, D.C., Khuthaila, D.K., Kim, J.; Plast Reconstr Surg. 2007 Mar.
Closure of massive abdominal wall defects: a case report using the abdominal reapproximation anchor (ABRA) system.
Urbaniak, R.M., Khuthaila, D.K., Khalil, A.J., Hammond, D.C.; Ann Plast Surg. 2006 Nov.
The skate flap purse-string technique for nipple-areola complex reconstruction.
Hammond, D. C., Khuthaila, D., Kim, J.; Plast Reconstr Surg. 2007 Aug.
Pyoderma gangrenosum following reduction mammaplasty.
Simon, A. M., Khuthaila, D., Hammond, D. C., Andres, A.; Can J Plast Surg. 2006 Apr 01.
Comparison of the deep inferior epigastric perforator flap and free transverse rectus abdominis myocutaneous flap in postmastectomy reconstruction: a cost-effectivenes... Thoma, A., Veltri, K., Khuthaila, D., Rockwell, G., Duku, E.; Plast Reconstr Surg. 2004 May.
Cost-utility analysis comparing free and pedicled TRAM flap for breast reconstruction.
Thoma, A., Khuthaila, D., Rockwell, G., Veltri, K.; Microsurgery. 2003.
Oncological results of immediate breast reconstruction: long term follow-up of a large series at a single institution.
Petit, J. Y., Gentilini, O., Rotmensz, N., Rey, P., Rietjens, M., Garusi, C., Botteri, E., De Lorenzi, F., Martella, S., Bosco, R., Khuthaila, D. K., Luini, A.; Breast Cancer Res Treat. 2008 Dec.
Double-pedicle abdominal perforator free flaps for unilateral breast reconstruction: new horizons in microsurgical tissue transfer to the breast. Hamdi, M., Khuthaila, D. K., Van Landuyt, K., Roche, N., Monstrey, S.; J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg. 2007.