About Dr. Tenenbaum
Dr. Tenenbaum graduated Cum Laude from Union College in Schenectady, New
York with a Bachelor of Science degree while majoring in Biochemistry.
He attended and graduated from the University of Vermont College of Medicine
in 1986 as a surgery major. His senior research project was in the growth
and transfer of fat cells in rabbits for the reconstruction of soft tissue
Dr. Tenenbaum completed his 5 year General Surgery residency in 1991 at
Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New Hyde Park, New York. This is
a teaching center for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He received
awards for outstanding research in 1989 and 1990. In 1991 Dr. Tenenbaum
received the Resident of the Year award. He subsequently became Board
Certified by the American Board Of Surgery.
In 1993, Dr. Tenenbaum completed his Plastic and Reconstructive residency
at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The University of
Michigan is a leading teaching institution for plastic surgery in the
United States and Dr. Tenenbaum co-authored 2 Plastic Surgery text book
chapters while in this residency program. Dr. Tenenbaum was subsequently
awarded Fellowship training in Aesthetic and Craniofacial Surgery with
world renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Daniel Marchac in Paris, France. After
completing this 6 month fellowship, Dr. Tenenbaum returned to the United
States and became Board Certified by the American Board Of Plastic Surgery.
Dr. Tenenbaum has published 13 scientific papers and has been in solo
plastic surgery practice in Palm Harbor, Fl since 1995.
He has been an active member of Morton Plant Hospital and section head
of Plastic Surgery since 2000. Dr. Tenenbaum is an active member of the
Reed O. Dingman Society of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Tenenbaum continues to
specialize in cosmetic surgery of the face and breast, while also becoming
a leader in the body contouring techniques of Smart Lipo Triplex.