SOURCE: Dr. Glavas

Dr. Glavas

July 28, 2011 13:30 ET

Dr. Glavas Invited to Teach at Elizabeth Grady School for Fall Semester

BOSTON, MA--(Marketwire - Jul 28, 2011) - Dr. Ioannis P. Glavas, founder and director of The Glavas Centre for Oculo-Facial Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery, is pleased to announce that he will be teaching at the Elizabeth Grady School of Esthetics starting with the upcoming fall semester.

Dr. Glavas will be teaching students the fundamentals of esthetics by providing them with his expert knowledge of facial and cosmetic surgery while incorporating the Elizabeth Grady philosophy as a building block for students. The Elizabeth Grady philosophy places emphasis on individual consultation and clinical analysis to serve the best interest of their customers. Their goal is to promote the achievement and maintenance of healthy skin for all people, young and old, male and female alike. Dr. Glavas supports this philosophy, as he believes it is crucial that each patient understand all aspects and procedures available, possible side effects, recovery time, and results during his consultation with them.

Elizabeth Grady was founded in 1975 and services over 300,000 clients annually. They currently have 40 locations and continue to expand their business.

Dr. Ioannis P. Glavas is a Board Certified (ABO) oculoplastic and facial cosmetic surgeon specializing in eyelid procedures with offices in Boston (Newbury Street) and Manhattan. Dr. Glavas takes a multidisciplinary approach to facial reconstruction with expertise in several surgical and non-surgical techniques to provide more choice for his patients including laser, fractional laser skin resurfacing or radiofrequency technology depending on individual, cultural and ethnic characteristics.

The author of numerous articles and reviews in major scientific journals and book chapters on cosmetic facial rejuvenation, Dr. Glavas is the founder and Director of the Glavas Centre for Oculo-Facial Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery, the Massachusetts Eye Plastic Surgery & Laser Center, and serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor at NYU school of Medicine and Manhattan Eye Ear and Throat Hospital in New York.

Dr. Glavas is regularly quoted in newspapers and on TV and radio, and is available to comment on all issues related to cosmetic surgery and most particularly eyelid procedures.

For more information, contact Dr. Glavas at 617-262-0070, or
Press inquiries; please contact Joanne DiFrancesco, JDCommunications, at 781-828-0323 or visit the company website at

Contact Information

    Joanne DiFrancesco
    JDCommunications, Inc.