Dr. Mohamed Hazem Abdel Azeem
Welcome to the practice of Dr. Mohamed Hazem Abdelazeem.

A board-certified plastic and cranio-maxillo-facial surgeon practicing in cairo , africa , and the middle east.

Dr. Mohamed specializes in advanced aesthetic techniques to provide superb results in cosmetic surgery of the face, breasts, and body, as well as in cosmetic injectable treatments.
We are privileged to care for patients from the cairo area and from around the world.

Dr. Mohamed is one of the only plastic surgeons in the country to have completed subspecialty fellowship training in aesthetic surgery of the face, breasts, and body as well as in cranio-maixillo-facial surgery (surgery of the bones of the face and skull).
This background allows him to approach each patient from a unique perspective resulting in natural, excellent outcomes.
Preoperatively, his expertise is conveyed to patients in the form of his frequently praised comforting manner and genuine interest in patient education.
Postoperatively, Dr. Mohamed is known for his close involvement in his patients’ recovery process to ensure an optimal experience is provided every step of the way

  • 2008-2009: Fellowship, Microvascular and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; New York, New York.
  • 2005-2008: Residency, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center; New York, New York.
  • 2002-2005: Residency, General Surgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center; New York, New York.
  • 998-2002: Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Bronx, New York
  • 1994-1998: Binghamton University; Binghamton, New York
  • Diplomate American Board of Plastic Surgery 2010
  • Castle Connelly Top Doctor, New York Metro Area 2014-2018
  • Vitals Patients’ Choice Award 2012
  • Diplomate American Board of Plastic Surgery
  • American Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • Northeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
  • New York Regional Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
  • Lenox Hill Hospital
  • Long Island Jewish Medical Center I  Northwell Health
  • Mercy Medical Center
  • Huntington Hospital I  Northwell Health
  • North Shore University Hospital I  Northwell Health
  • Syosset Hospital I  Northwell Health
  • NYU-Winthrop Hospital
  • St. Joseph Hospital, Chief of Plastic Surgery
  • South Nassau Communities Hospital
  • Tommaso Addona, Michael Polcino, Lester Silver, Peter J Taub. Leadership Trends in Plastic Surgery. Plastic Reconstructive Surgery 2009; 123 (2): 750-753.
  • Daniel Feingold, Tommaso Addona, Kenneth Forde, Tracey Arnell, Joseph Carter, Emina Huang, and Richard Whelan. Safety and Reliability of Tattooing Colorectal Neoplasms prior to Laparoscopic Resection. Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery 2004;8:543-546.
  • Sean Boutros, Robert Bernard, Robert Galiano, Tommaso Addona, Barry Stokes, Joseph G McCarthy. The Temporal Sequence of Periosteal Attachment after Elevation. Plastic Reconstructive Surgery. 2003; 111 (6): 1942-1947.
  • Weng-Lang Yang, Tommaso Addona, Deepak Nair, and T.S. Ravikumar. Apoptosis Induced by Cryo-njury in Human Colorectal Cancer Cell is Associated with Mitochondrial Dysfunction. International Journal of Cancer. 2003; 103: 360-369.
  • Aby J. Mathew, Tommaso Addona, John G. Baust, Ph.D. and Robert Van Buskirk, Ph.D. Vitamin E and EDTA Improve the Efficacy of Hypothermosol – Implication of Apoptosis. In Vitro Molecular Toxicology. 1999; 12 (3): 163-172
  • The New York Regional Society of Plastic Surgeons Residents’ Night. Diagnostic Biopsy of Median Motor Nerve Branch: Indications, Technique, and Applications. Tommaso Addona, Jess Ting. 2007. Winner Resident Presentation Award.
  • Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons 24th Anuual Meeting. Leadership Trends in Plastic Surgery. Tommaso Addona, Michael Polcino, Lester Silver, Peter J Taub. 2007.
  • American College of Surgeons 87th Clinical Congress. Sublethal Cryoablation triggers a Caspase Cascade in Human Colon Cancer Cells. Weng-Lang Yang, Lixin Qi, Tommaso Addona, T.S. Ravikumar, MD. 2001
  • American Association for Cancer Research 92nd Annual Meeting. Atopopsis induced by Cryo-Injury in various Human Colon Cancer Cell Lines. Tommaso Addona, W.L. Lang, & T.S. Ravikumar, MD. New Orleans, LA. 2000 American