Education is top priority for Dr. Lieberman. He studied neuroscience as an undergraduate at Stanford University and graduated with Honors. After spending time as a science educator in New York City, he continued his medical education at Cornell Medical College. At Cornell, Dr. Lieberman was awarded several academic and research distinctions including the school’s top prize awarded to the highest three performers throughout medical school. For his academic achievement, he was inducted early into the Alpha Omega Alpha national honor society.
Dr. Lieberman’s academic achievements led him back to Stanford University for surgical training in the highly competitive field of Head & Neck Surgery. Through his experience and mentorship at Stanford he chose to pursue a career dedicated to the cosmetic and reconstructive enhancement of the face.
Following residency, he was accepted into one of the top fellowships in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery with world-renowned surgeon Vito C. Quatela, a past president of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He received extensive training in the full breadth of facial plastic surgery including face and neck lifting, rhinoplasty, eyelid surgery, minimally invasive surgical and non-surgical techniques, injectables, hair transplantation and laser treatments.
Dr. Lieberman remains committed to scientific and clinical research. He was awarded a prize at Cornell for the most outstanding original research in the neurological sciences. Over the course of his surgical training, he continued to contribute to the field of facial plastic surgery, publishing articles in leading scientific journals on rhinoplasty, minimally invasive facelifting, endoscopic surgery, facial reanimation, and eyelid rejuvenation.
Humanitarian work is an essential component of Dr. Lieberman’s surgical and clinical career. He has travelled abroad to Ecuador, Vietnam, Guatemala and Cuba as part of these efforts. He performs ear reconstruction for children born without an ear (microtia repair) as a surgeon in the HUGS organization (Help Us Give Smiles). Dr. Lieberman has been featured on local and national radio speaking on behalf of this organization and is honored to continue this work. He prioritizes humanitarian efforts whether working abroad on surgical missions or with local philanthropic causes, specifically with victims of domestic violence.
Dr. Lieberman is proud to live and work in one of the most dynamic and beautiful communities in the world. He lives in the area with his wife and two children. His office is located at The Redwood Center For Facial Plastic Surgery in Palo Alto, California (across from Stanford University) at 805 El Camino Real Suite A 94305. He is credentialed at El Camino Hospital, and Good Samaritan Hospital. To book an appointment with Dr. David M. Lieberman please contact (650) 327-3232 or make an appointment online.