Botox Breast Lift FAQ

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Botox is one of the most popular injectables in the U.S. and abroad. Used to dramatically reduce facial wrinkles and lines, the injections are well tolerated by patients and carry minimal side effects. Over the past decade, doctors have found interesting new uses for Botox, including the treatment of migraine headaches, persistent sweating and severe neck pain (cervical dystonia). But …

The Importance of an Expert Injector for Facial Rejuvenation

No one wants to leave their plastic surgeon’s office looking they’ve just had major work done, or worse yet – have altered their appearance in a non-flattering way. Dermal fillers and Botox can work wonders on aging and wrinkled skin, but they must be administered with caution and precision, making it paramount to choose your doctor carefully. When it comes to …

Rising Number of Millennials Seeking Plastic Surgery

An article in The New York Daily News spotlights a rising trend in plastic surgery among millennials – people who are barely into their 30’s. There are approximately 80 million millennials in the United States, and though few are old enough to sport a furrowed brow or wrinkled forehead, they are seeking cosmetic enhancements in droves. In a survey conducted by …

Best Treatments for Laugh Lines

Laugh lines are the facial creases that appear around the eyes and mouth as a result of frequent smiling or laughing. Also known as nasolabial folds and crow’s feet, those creases and wrinkles can make you look older than you feel. Fortunately, there are a number of options for treating laugh lines today, allowing you to choose the procedure that best …

How to Make Dermal Fillers Last Longer

Dermal fillers composed of hyaluronic acid have been the go-to treatment for fine lines, wrinkles and loss of facial volume. A few injections in key areas can radically diminish the appearance of laugh lines, deep forehead creases and sunken jowls. Statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) underscore the popularity of this non-invasive facial rejuvenation treatment, with some 2.3 …

Gifting Plastic Surgery this Holiday Season

With the holiday season upon us, we begin the hunt for the most thoughtful gifts for our loved ones. But what about that person in your life who already has it all — from the latest kitchen gadgets to a few new wrinkles? Have you ever considered the gift of plastic surgery? If so, you’re not alone. Since this trend …

Lunch Hour Plastic Surgery Transformations

Working 9 to 5 leaves little time for that all-important “self-care.”  Setting aside precious hours for the occasional massage, a mani-pedi or nourishing facial can make all the difference in the world for today’s busy professional. But would you believe that you could take years off your appearance in the time it takes to eat a deli sandwich or slice …

The Disappearing Stigma of Plastic Surgery

The negative connotations associated with people who undergo plastic surgery are virtually a thing of the past. And, contrary to what most might believe, cosmetic surgery is not just a hobby for the self-centered, superficial or celebrity-obsessed. Increasing numbers of working moms are having tummy tucks to address the ravages of multiple pregnancies, bullied teens are getting nose jobs to …

Back to School Plastic Surgery for Teens on the Rise

September marks the start of the school year when many teens return to the classroom with fuller breasts, new noses, plumper lips – and few raised eyebrows. The American Society for Plastic Surgery (ASPS) reports that some 64,000 teenagers had cosmetic surgery in 2013, and the bulk of those procedures take place over summer break. The two-month vacation allows plenty …

NYC Cosmetic Surgeon Reflects on the New Face of Plastic Surgery

The reasons to seek cosmetic enhancement go far beyond the traditional means of correcting a deformity or enhancing one’s natural assets. These days, people enlist the help of a NYC cosmetic surgeon for everything from a replication of a famous celebrity’s lips to the desire to win more money by having a better “Poker face.” The NY Times recently reported …