Benjamin J. Cousins, M.D.
Dr. Benjamin J. Cousins M.D. is extremely passionate about achieving the most exquisite, natural, and aesthetic results for his patients by providing only the safest surgical care while using the highest ethical, surgical and privacy standards in plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgery.
By balancing aesthetic beauty and artistry along with his attention to fine detail, Dr. Cousins provides optimum results that are individualized for each patient so that they reach their ultimate aesthetic goals.
While working with a team of professional, courteous and caring staff who have a sincere passion for plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgery, the staff provides personalized quality care for every patient’s unique needs both preoperative and postoperative. And by working together, his team offers comprehensive individualized treatment including patient education, safety, privacy, comfort and an overall exceptional surgical experience that exceed the highest standards in modern, up-to date surgical care.
“Evolving Strategies for Merkel Cell Carcinoma of the Skin” Cousins, B. M.D., Hovsepian, R. M.D., Murphy, P. M.D., Kirgan, D. M.D. The 59th Annual Southwest Surgical Congress. Rancho Mirage, CA. March 2007. Winner: Poster of Distinction. Also presented at The University of Nevada School of Medicine Research Day. Las Vegas, NV. June 2007
“Reevaluating the Role of Invasive Biopsy for the Diagnosis of Systemic Necrotizing Vasculitis: Is the Benefit Worth the Costs?” Cousins, B. M.D., Baynosa, R. M.D., Shah, H. M.D. The University of Nevada School of Medicine Research Day. Las Vegas, NV. June 2008. Winner 2nd place.
“Adrenocortical Adenocarcinoma a Rare and Poorly Defined Malignancy” St. Hill, C.R. M.D., Cousins, B. M.D., Lau, J. M.D. The University of Nevada School of Medicine Research Day. Las Vegas, NV. June 2008.
“Merkel Cell Carcinoma: An Aggressive Cutaneous Malignancy” Cousins, B. M.D., Wang, R.C. M.D. The University of Nevada School of Medicine Research Day. Las Vegas, NV. June 2008.
“Epitheloid Leiomyosarcoma Causing a Paraneoplastic Syndrome of Hypoglcemia” Reyna, C. M.D., Cousins, B. M.D., Kirgan, D. M.D. The University of Nevada School of Medicine Research Day June 2010.
Markarian, M. MacIntyre, D. Cousins, B. Malone, A. Fildes, J. “Adolescent Pneumopericardium and Pneumomediastinum Following Motor Vehicle Crash and Ejection” Amer. J. Emer. Med. May 2008;515.e1-e2.
Defazio MV, Cousins B, Miki RA Jr, Cardoso R. Carpal coalition: A review of current knowledge and report of a single institution’s experience with asymptomatic intercarpal fusion. Hand (N Y). 2013 Jun;8(2):245.
Cousins, B. Hovsepian, R. Murphy, P. Kirgan, D. “Evolving Strategies for Merkel Cell Carcinoma of the Skin” The Southwest Surgical Congress 59th Annual Meeting, Rancho Mirage, CA. pp.123-24. March 2007.
Dermatologic Surgery: Step by Step, 1st Ed. © 2013 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Chapter 23: Reconstruction and soft-tissue management of the trunk. Volpe, CR. Cousins, B. Panthaki, ZJ. Division of Plastic Surgery, Department of Surgery, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, FL, USA
Volunteer Faculty Instructor and Lecturer at the University of Miami Division of Plastic Surgery
Active Member of the Miami Society of Plastic Surgeons