Jonathan Cabin, MD is a board-certified Head and Neck Surgeon with dual-subspecialty training in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery.
Dr. Cabin received his MD from Yale School of Medicine, where he earned multiple scholarships. He subsequently went on to pursue advanced Head and Neck/Facial Plastic Surgery training at the world-renowned New York Eye & Ear Infirmary at Mount Sinai, a hospital in New York City dedicated exclusively to this specialized practice.
After Dr. Cabin completed his residency, he earned an highly sought-after Facial Plastic Surgery Fellowship in Beverly Hills, CA with Dr. Babak Azizzadeh and Dr. Paul Nassif, offered to only one applicant per year. During his fellowship, Dr. Cabin received technical and clinical training in all aspects of facial aesthetic, functional and reconstructive surgery, including in highly specialized facial paralysis and migraine headache surgery. For more information about migraine headache surgery, visit www.themigraineinstitute.com.
Dr. Cabin has written numerous textbook chapters and peer-reviewed articles examining rhinoplasty, facelift surgery, ear reconstruction and the use of botulinum toxin (Botox®). He is committed to donating his time to assist those in need, and has travelled to Peru and China to perform advanced facial plastic surgery on children with cleft malformations.