Dr. Miami was bornon 16 April 1972 in New York City, New York, United States, American, is Plastic Surgeon. Michael Salzhauer, who is best known by his nickname "Dr. Miami", is a Jewish, American plastic surgeon, children's' book author, recording artist and reality TV star. He has been as famous as a pioneer as he has been as a controversial surgeon. He is responsible for demystifying the plastic surgery procedure by live streaming his operations on Snapchat. At the same time, he has been criticized numerous times for promoting plastic surgery among the younger generation. His children's book, the track 'Jewcan Sam', and his iPhone app—all received their fair share of controversy. However, he has been able to establish himself as one of the most popular plastic surgeons in the country, specializing in rhinoplasty and buttock augmentations, with about a thousand patients booking his dates in advance. He also earned recognition as a reality TV star for his television show 'Dr. Miami' and as a musician for the single 'Flawless'. He has also raised himself to the status of a celebrity following his fame as a social media star.
He released a virtual plastic surgery app for iPhone in 2009, named 'Dr
In 2008, he wrote the children's book 'My Beautiful Mommy', which was intended to explain to little children how plastic surgery works in the simplest way possible
He started practicing at his own chamber in Bal Harbor starting in 2003
However, his wife convinced him to move to Miami Beach in 1996, following which he began his training in Plastic Surgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center and The University of Miami
They started dating soon after and eventually got married in 1994
After graduating from school, he attended Rockland Community College during 1989-90, after which he studied Psychology at Brooklyn College for two years
Michael Salzhauer was born on April 16, 1972, in New York City, USA, and was raised in Rockland County, New York
Both he and his sister Leora were honored by the foundation for their contributions, while his daughter Aleah raised $18000 selling her children's book 'The Grumpy Tree'