Recognized as an innovator with his work in body image issues with children, adolescents, and teens, Dr. Lukash understands that these age groups may have difficulty in emoting feelings regarding their looks whether congenital, traumatic, or aesthetic. He has used art as a non-verbal vehicle before and after surgery to understand and appreciate their angst.
Together with specialists in child psychiatry and art therapy, an analysis of 30 years experience led to a landmark article “Children’s Art as a Helpful Index of Anxiety and Self-Esteem with Plastic Surgery” (Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: 109:6 May 2002). This authorship led to a writing of the position paper on teenage plastic surgery for the American Society for Plastic Surgeons. Currently Dr. Lukash’s collection is in a traveling exhibit called “Operation Art.”
Patient Reviews and Recommendations for Dr. Frederick N. Lukash, MD, FACS, FAAP
Patient reviewed onJuly 24th, 2015
Dr. Lukash was talkative and friendly. Would recomend him to anyone!
Patient reviewed onJune 26th, 2015
Doctor aside, what a nice person. He discussed everything, did not rush and I bet there will be fantastic follow up visits as well. Office staff is worth mentioning as well. Very professional and very nice and they took me at the time of my appointment... no waiting !!!
Patient reviewed onApril 29th, 2015
Dr. Lukash is a compassionate professionl he addressed all of our concerns answered all our questions and put us at ease. He gave our daughter a useful guide to aid in the decision making process overall I left feeling confidant in choosing him to consult with now to decide -thank you!