Dr. Leaf has practiced advanced aesthetic surgery in Beverly Hills for over thirty years. He serves as a clinical associate professor at UCLA medical school resident training program. He is internationally recognized as a leader in the art of aesthetic procedures and maintains a worldwide clientele. He is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, the American Board of Surgery, and is an elected member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons. He specializes in a full range of cosmetic and reconstructive surgical and non-surgical procedures.
He proudly serves as Medical Director of R.A.W. (Rebuilding America's Warriors), a non-profit organization providing reconstructive surgery to our wounded servicemen. It has over two hundred and fifty volunteer plastic surgeons and other specialists in forty-five states. Through its auspices, R.A.W. provides gratis esthetic reconstructive procedures to our wounded warriors in close proximity to their own homes or bases. (www.rebuildingamericaswarriors.org)
Dr. Leaf has been featured on many national television shows such as: CNBC, CNN, and The Today Show, and has received noteworthy editorial in top publications such as VOGUE, ALLURE and ELLE Magazines. W MAGAZINE has acknowledged him as one of "The World's Best Plastic Surgeons", and was selected as one of the "Top Eight Plastic Surgeons in The Country," by PORTFOLIO MAGAZINE.
In addition to his busy surgical career, Dr. Leaf and his wife Judy owned and very successfully operated the Beverly Hills PRADA boutique for ten years. It was the only independent PRADA franchise in the United States, a very unique experience, bringing him in daily contact with the most influential designers and the highest reaches of the fashion industry.
As a surgeon, Dr. Leaf is committed to the highest level of excellence and integrity in working with his patients. He takes great pride in his craft, and strives to create beauty and harmony without leaving any "footprints" behind. He prefers his work to be admired but unnoticed, a delicate but achievable balance.