Dr. Nizar Taki is a facial plastic surgeon who is dedicated to creating long-lasting improvements in his clients’ quality of life by helping them take control of their self-image. Dr. Taki offers cutting-edge cosmetic surgical and non-surgical procedures through a client-centered approach that takes into account the unique needs of each individual. His philosophy centers around the reality that cosmetic procedures are most successful when they’re paired with an honest and open dialogue with the client about their desired results and physical goals. Dr. Taki brings a precise and expert aesthetic eye to each patient’s needs, creating elegant, natural-looking results that leave patients looking and feeling their best as they head out into the world.
After graduating from the University of Michigan with high honors, Dr. Taki completed medical school at Tufts University School of Medicine followed by a five-year residency in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. He then went on to complete a facial plastic surgery fellowship at the University of Toronto under the world-renowned facial plastic surgeon Dr. Jamil Asaria. There he learned the latest techniques in facial aesthetic surgery, cosmetic injectable procedures, and complex reconstructive surgery of the face.
He is strongly committed to education and research in the field of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and is an active member of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He has authored numerous book chapters and scientific articles about topics in facial plastic surgery.
- Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship – University of Toronto
- Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery Residency – Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA
- Medical Degree – Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA
- BS Degree – Statistics, University of Michigan
- Basic Life Support, 2017
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support, 2017
- Foundation for Hair Restoration Training Course, 2018
Honors and Awards
- Massachusetts Innovation Nights Finalist and Presenter (Mar 2017)
- Collin S. Karmody Excellence in Resident Research Award (2015)
- Phi Beta Kappa (2006)
- National Society of Collegiate Scholars (2006)
- Class Valedictorian, Northrop High School, Fort Wayne, IN (2004)
Research and Publications
Taki N, Asaria J. “Avoiding Problem Patients in Aesthetic Periorbital Surgery.” Eyelid and Periorbital Aesthetics and Rejuvination. Elsevier. (book chapter – in progress).
Heyes R, Taki N, Bick DS, O’Leary MA. Vagal Paraganglioma Associated with Cough on Palpation. Trilogical Society – 119th Annual Meeting; May 2016; Chicago, IL.
Simmonds J, Taki N, Gupta G, Chilton I, Vecchiotti M. A Rare Case of Pediatric Nontraumatic Cervical Myositis Ossificans SENTAC – Annual meeting; Dec 2015; San Antonio, TX.
Goodman, G, Taki N. (2015) Master Productivity with Dr. Nizar Taki, CEO of Chronability. The Modern MD.
Taki N, Wein RO, Bedi H, Heilman CB. Extracranial Intraluminal Extension of Atypical Meningioma within the Internal Jugular Vein. Case Reports in Otolaryngology. 02/2013.
Taki N, Laver N, Quinto T, Wein RO. Carcinosarcoma de novo of the parotid gland: a case report. Head & Neck. 2013 May; 35 (5).
Taki N, Keefe W, Kwak E, Vecchiotti M, Bedi H. Radiographic and clinical findings in children with congenital conductive and sensorineural hearing loss. American Society of Head & Neck Radiology Annual Meeting; Sept 2011; San Diego, CA.
Collette KS, Petty EL, Snyder MJ, Taki NH, Meyer BJ, Csankovszki G. CAPG-1, a subunit of the Dosage Compensation Condensin complex functions in chromosome segregation. Poster session presented at: Sixteenth International C. elegans Meeting; 2007 Jun 27-Jul 1; Los Angeles, CA.
Sadikot K, Petty E, Taki N, Meyer B, Csankovszki G. A Novel Dosage Compensation Protein with Chromosome Segregation Functions. Poster session presented at: C. elegans Development & Evolution Meeting; 2006 Jun 22-25; Madison, WI.