Richard Goldfarb, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Richard Goldfarb, MD, FACS, is a board-certified general, vascular, and cosmetic surgeon who utilizes surgical and nonsurgical techniques to treat the signs of aging. At MELORA Health & Enhancement, a medical spa in Downingtown, Pennsylvania, Dr. Goldfarb uses cutting-edge technology to eliminate unwanted fat, build muscle, and reduce wrinkles without downtime.

Dr. Goldfarb earned his medical degree with top honors from Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University, previously the Finch University of Health Sciences, in Chicago, Illinois. He then completed his surgical residency at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, New Jersey. He also received surgical training through his residency at Akron General Medical Center of the Cleveland Clinic, in Akron, Ohio.

In addition to his experience in general surgery, Dr. Goldfarb sought cosmetic surgery training at the University of Pennsylvania, Department of Plastic Surgery in Philadelphia, and at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.

Dr. Goldfarb is a sought-after pioneer in the field of aesthetics with over 30 years of cosmetic surgery experience. Nationally recognized for his surgical skill, Dr. Goldfarb performs numerous surgical procedures, such as facelifts, neck lifts, and eyelid lifts, while catering to patients hoping to find less invasive alternatives.

Dr. Gordfarb is the medical director of Selphyl® and Miracu PDO Threads — a minimally invasive treatment that lifts and tightens the skin with minimal downtime. He also serves as a Medical Board Member of BTL Aesthetics and performed trials of Emsculpt, performed initial trials, and continues to perform trials with publications in medical journals. His practice also offers noninvasive body contouring treatments like Emtone. He is also the pioneer for Emsculpt neo and emsella.

Though cosmetic surgery is Dr. Goldfarb’s passion and specialty, he can also help patients struggling with urinary incontinence through nonsurgical EMSella treatments and regularly uses the noninvasive Cellutone™ device to treat erectile dysfunction in men. Dr. Goldfarb is a co-founder of this treatment.

Outside the office, Dr. Goldfarb is a faculty member and lecturer for The Aesthetic Show, an organization dedicated to training physicians in aesthetic medicine. He also belongs to several professional organizations, including The American Society of Lasers in Medicine, the American Academy of Liposuction Surgery, and the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.

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Aaron Shapiro, MD

Dr. Aaron Shapiro is one of the most highly regarded facial plastic surgeons in the Philadelphia area. He has been recognized as “Top Doc” by Main Line Today, Philly Style, and Philadelphia magazines. Dr. Shapiro performs a full range of facial plastic surgery procedures. Dr. Shapiro is a double board-certified physician in Otolaryngology and Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He is on the teaching faculty of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and has lectured and published on many aspects of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Shapiro pioneered the minimally invasive Mini Lift procedure and trained plastic surgeons in the technique nationwide.

Dr. Shapiro provides medical and surgical care for patients suffering from complications, diseases, and disorders of the ears, nose, and throat, as well as the related structures of the head and neck. Dr. Shapiro treats various disorders concerning upper airway breathing, balance, and hearing among other functions.

Dr. Shapiro attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and served as a surgical intern at The Graduate Hospital. He then completed a residency in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. Following residency, he was chosen as one of only forty physicians to complete a fellowship in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. This fellowship was under the direction of Dr. Regan Thomas at the Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, MO. Dr. Shapiro then returned to Philadelphia where he has been in practice since 1993. He has served on the teaching faculty of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital where he has been involved in the training of residents and medical students since 1993.