Category Archives: Aesthetic Plastic Surgery NYC

Breast Implants: Myths and Facts

If you’re one of the millions of women who is either considering or has already undergone breast augmentation surgery, you may be hearing stories about complications, revisions, and recommendations after surgery. Although every patient’s experience will be different, there are certain concepts circulating among the lay population that are not based on scientific data. HereRead More


Plastic Surgery Is Not Photoshop

1 and 2: before Photoshop       3 and 4: after Photoshop: how many changes can you spot? We are surrounded by and constantly exposed to images of absolutely fabulous looking women and men, with flawless skin, perfect proportions, ideal contours. Whether in printed materials, magazine glossies, or the plethora of internet sites andRead More


Diet, Exercise, and a Little Extra

If you’re like most of us, part of your New Year’s resolution likely involves some form of self improvement. Whether embarking on a new diet, adding to your exercise routine, or making sure you’re taking care of your health, it’s not alway easy to reach your goals. However, there are some goals that remain elusiveRead More


Rhinoplasty: Subtle Changes Yield Major Improvement

The nose is an important feature of a person’s face, by virtue of its position in the very center of the face and often attracting the eye of the beholder. Physiologically, the nose is crucial in functioning as the breathing mechanism. In addition, there are specific aesthetic attributes of the nose that can increase theRead More



Beyond Labiaplasty: Beauty Below the Belt

Feminine rejuvenation and beautification can focus on improving the appearance, shape, and size of the labia minora, the labia majora, and the clitoral hood. In addition, aesthetic considerations may include the mons pubis – the soft tissue overlying the pubic bone – and the inner thighs. There are several plastic surgery procedures, including surgery itselfRead More



The Eyes Have It: Eyelid Rejuvenation

For women and men alike, the earliest signs of aging often appear around the eyes. Since the skin of the upper and lower eyelids is extremely thin, it also shows wrinkles and laxity earlier than other parts of your face. When you look in the mirror, you may think you look tired, see bags underRead More



Gynecomastia in Adolescents: Psychosocial Impact

Gynecomastia, or male breast enlargement, is a relatively common benign condition that affects boys during puberty. Although up to 2/3 of boys may develop gynecomastia at some point during adolescence, in most cases this will resolve on its own without treatment, usually by age 14-16 years. A new study evaluates the negative psychosocial impact of gynecomastia inRead More


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