Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Kaveh Alizadeh actively participates in ongoing research and clinical trials to advance the safety and efficacy of technologies and techniques in the field of plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Clinical trials help researchers and clinicians improve medicine in the following ways:
Dr. Alizadeh's ongoing research focuses on regenerative medicine, including acellular dermal matrices and bioengineered tissue-scaffolding materials, new-generation breast implants, novel breast reconstruction tissue expanders, pharmaceutical approaches to localized fat reduction, improved body-contouring technologies, and autologous fat grafting.
Read about Dr. Alizadeh's past research and clinical trials, or contact Cosmoplastic Surgery to discover how to participate in ongoing research and clinical trials. Email our office, or phone 212.348.0100 (Manhattan) / 516.439.5010 (Long Island).
Application of Clozex wound closure device for Pediatric Population: A Prospective, Randomized, controlled single blind comparative study. (ongoing since Spring 2019)
Objective: Measure the objective quality and cost of wound closure comparing Clozex with traditional sutures or skin glue techniques in the pediatric population.
Research Question/ Hypothesis: Clozex is a safe and effective wound closure technique that can lower cost and closure time of pediatric traumatic lacerations.