Plastic Surgeon Miami Florida | Daniel Kane MD  
Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon
Miami - Miami Beach Florida
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   | 4302 Alton Road, Suite 740, Miami Beach, FL 33140 | Mt. Sinai Hospital | 305.531.6030
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Plastic Surgery Miami Florida

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 American College of Surgeons
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Royal Society of Medicine



Plastic Surgeon Daniel Kane, MD


For more than two decades Miami Plastic Surgeon Dr. Daniel Kane has used his skill and expertise to enhance the way people feel about themselves, to help them “emerge beautiful “from their former state. It is rare to find a physician who has the background and experience that Dr. Kane brings to the operating room. Equally important is his aesthetic sense and eye for detail. Dr. Kane is concerned with all the fine nuances that make for proper balance and proportion in plastic surgery procedures. It is not surprising that so many people in the arts themselves----singers, performers and models from Miami and around the world----people whose careers depend on their appearance---have trusted Dr. Kane for the best in cosmetic surgery.

If you are searching for a premier plastic surgeon in Miami, Florida please consult with the office of Dr. Kane before making your choice and get answers to your questions. Here are the top ten questions you should ask. For more information, please visit

1. What are your credentials and training experience?
Patients are often referred to a surgeon by their primary care physician; however, it is important to know what qualifies the surgeon to perform your procedure. Ask your surgeon if he/she is “board certified” in plastic surgery.

2. How many procedures of this type have you performed?
In addition to knowing your surgeon’s credentials, it is important to know the level of experience he/she has in performing your procedure. Choosing an experienced surgeon is one way to ensure good results.

3. Are there alternatives to surgery?
Sometimes, surgery is not the only answer. You might be able to achieve the desired results through non-surgical treatments. Ask your surgeon about the benefits and risks of these alternatives so you can make an informed decision.

4. What do I need to do to prepare for surgery?
Certain surgeries require that you stop smoking, lose weight or follow a specific diet limiting the food you eat and the medications you take prior to your surgery; or, there may be medications that your surgeon wants you to take before your procedure.
Make sure that you speak to your surgeon and your anesthesiologist or nurse anesthetist about any allergies or about any conditions for which you are taking medication. You should mention any vitamins, supplements or over-the-counter medications as well.

5. What are the risks?
Every surgery has some associated risk. Weigh the benefits of the procedure against the risks of side effects and complications (e.g. nausea, vomiting, pain, infection, or blood clots) before making your decision.

6. How can I better manage post-surgical side effects and complications such as nausea, vomiting, pain, infection or bleeding?
Some post-surgical side effects and complications are more manageable than others. Make sure you speak to your surgeon about your risk of experiencing side effects and complications and about any medications he/she may prescribe to minimize these symptoms. For example, your surgeon may prescribe a medication before surgery to minimize nausea and vomiting or prescribe something for pain.

7. How will side effects or complications be handled?
If you should experience a side effect or complication after surgery, find out who will be available to address your concerns and when. Ask if any additional costs will be incurred should you need additional treatment.

8. How long of a recovery period can I expect, and what kind of help will I need during my recovery?
Some surgeries take longer to recover from than others. Make sure you speak to your surgeon about how long it will take to heal, as well as how you might physically feel immediately following your surgery. Your surgeon will be able to inform you of the arrangements necessary to ease your recovery.

9. Will my recovery keep me from my usual, daily activities such as work?
The recovery time associated with your surgery is dependent on the nature and length of the procedure. To ensure that you don’t slow your recovery, make sure you speak to your surgeon about the things you may or may not be able to do in the first few days, weeks and months after surgery.

10. Where and how will you perform my procedure?
Find out if your surgery will be performed in a hospital, office, or ambulatory facility. If performed in an office or ambulatory facility, check if it is accredited, which means the facility has passed strict guidelines for equipment, staff, hospital access, anesthesia administration, and more. ASPS requires all members who perform surgery under anesthesia to do so in an accredited facility. Also, if your procedure will be performed in an office or ambulatory facility ensure your doctor has privileges to perform the same procedure at an accredited hospital.

Many surgeries require anesthesia and certain types have a greater risk of post-surgical side effects and complications. Make sure you speak to the person administering it to find out what type of anesthesia is required for your procedure (e.g. local, regional, or general anesthesia) and the side effects or complications that may be associated with it.

Often there are multiple techniques for one procedure. Ask your surgeon which surgical technique may be best for you. A less invasive technique may mean less time under anesthesia and ultimately fewer side effects and complications.

Daniel Kane, M.D., F.A.C.S.

EDUCATION  University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, 1966-1970

POST GRADUATE TRAINING University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, 1970-1974

INTERNSHIP Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, New York, 1974-1975

RESIDENCY Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, New York 1974-1977

PLASTIC SURGERY RESIDENCY Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center New York, New York, 1977-1979


  • Clinical Instructor Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1978-1979
  • Clinical Associate Professor University of Miami School of Medicine
  • Voluntary Faculty


  • Staff Physician Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami Beach, Florida, 1979-present
  • Staff Physician Miami Beach Community Hospital, 1980-1993
  • Miami Beach, Florida
  • Appointed Chief Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 1992-present
  • Mount Sinai Medical Center


  • Fellow of, the American College of Surgeons
  • American Society of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeons
  • American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
  • American College of Surgeons
  • Dade County Medical Association Florida Medical Association
  • Florida Physicians Association
  • Greater Miami Society of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeons
  • Miami Beach Academy of Physicians, Inc.
  • Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce
  • Florida Society of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeons
  • Greater Miami Chapter of the American College of Surgeons
  • Florida Chapter American College of Surgeons Southern Medical Association
  • International College of Surgeons
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine


  • American Board of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Inc., #2588, 1982


  • Medical Staff Office Pavilion Suite 740 Miami Beach, Florida 33140 (305) 531-6030


  • America's Top Doctors
  • America's Top Surgeons
  • Who’s Who Worldwide
  • Who’s Who/Business Leaders Registry

Miami Plastic Surgery - Daniel Kane, MD

In addition to Breast Augmentation, Rhinoplasty, Liposuction and Tummy Tuck procedures, Dr. Daniel Kane is also known for excellence in Botox application, Eyelid Surgery, Direct Neck Lift and other popular cosmetic surgery treatments. Patients from around the US and the world travel to Miami specifically to be treated by Dr. Daniel Kane.

Miami Plastic Surgeon Danie Kane, MD

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