H. William Song, MD
Dr. Song is a recognized expert in advanced, minimally invasive cosmetic surgery including autologous fat transfers and adipose derived stem cell treatments. Dr. Song is a pioneer in crossing over the principles and techniques of regenerative medicine into the field of Aesthetics. He is a certified instructor for the Cellular Medicine Association and trains the popular "Vampire" PRP treatments and cosmetic applications of stem cells and growth factors to practitioners around the world. He is certified by the Americam Board of Laser Surgery in Cosmetic Laser Surgery. Dr. Song is a founding member of the AMerican Association of Stem Cell Physicians
Dr. Song began his career in Internal Medicine in 1992 and transitioned over to aesthetic medicine in 2008. He now exclusively practices cosmetic and regenerative medicine.
He received his undergraduate training at Bucknell University.
He received his medical degree at Rutgers Medical School (formerly UMDNJ).
He did his internship and residency training at St. Lukes/ Roosevelt Hospital in New York City.
He is currently on staff at Hackensack University Medical Center and is the founder and CEO of Omni Aesthetics in Oakland, NJ. Dr. Song is the co-founder of Omni Regenerative Medical Centers.
Dr. Song is one of the area’s leading providers of laser and energy-based cosmetic treatments. He has been featured as a top Ultherapy® expert on Good Morning America and was the first to bring the ThermiRF® skin tightening technology and J-Plasma technology to northern New Jersey. Dr. Song speaks around the country and teaches other doctors from around the world about PRP, stem cell treatments and advanced laser techniques. Dr. Song is a faculty trainer for AAEG (Advanced Aesthetic Education Group) and and official trainer for the Vampire® brand of Platelet Rich Plasma treatments. When it comes to non-surgical age-reversing treatments, Dr. Song is the aesthetic specialist trusted by thousands of clients around the tri-state area, including many of the area’s celebrities, who depend on looking youthful to make their living.