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Neil Tanna is a gifted plastic surgeon in Long Island and New York who is known for his discerning eye for beauty, harmony, and balance, and ability to create stunning results. He has devoted his professional life to advancing the field of Plastic Surgery, and to delivering outstanding, personalized care and attention. Tanna has garnered a reputation for excellence in aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery in Long Island and New York. As a Double Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon, Professor, prolific published author, and respected authority in the field of Plastic Surgery, he provides high-level skills, compassion, and the rare ability to produce truly natural-looking results. Beyond his credentials and knowledge, Dr. Every person he treats feels the compassion, warmth, and consideration that makes the journey to face and body rejuvenation and cosmetic enhancements a pleasure. Tanna is a leader in the field of aesthetic surgery and uses the most advanced surgical techniques and state-of-the-art technology to produce a superior result.
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Our facility has a fully accredited Ambulatory Surgical Center certified by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, an organization which requires hospital level equipment and safety standards. Emergency services are also available. Even better, schedule a confidential consultation with Dr. If you decide to schedule a procedure with Dr. Jacono, your consultation fee will be deducted from the cost of surgery.
Users upload the image of a person of interest, and the program returns photos deemed to look similar with links to the corresponding websites. But its use by prosecutors has come under less scrutiny. Akerman argued this danger is higher for Black residents, who are far more likely to be misidentified by facial recognition technology than white residents. Mark Fonte, a defense attorney and former Staten Island prosecutor, said the technology could be abused, but said he is also confident that Staten Island DA McMahon would not rush to bring charges based on facial recognition matches alone. Other jurisdictions nationwide, including Portland, San Francisco, and Boston, have banned the use of facial recognition by law enforcement outright.