Category Archives: Facial Creases, Lines and Wrinkles

Spring Has Sprung! What Is Your Spring Cleaning Plan?

Spring is (finally!) in the air in New York City, and now is the perfect time to focus on improving your lifestyle and your looks. The snow and ice have melted after the last winter blizzard blast, and we can concentrate on increasing our well-being through better health and self-improvement – more rewarding activities thanRead More


Fat Is Fabulous: Perspectives From Plastic Surgery

Much time and effort is spent on trying to eliminate fat from our bodies, and the means at our disposal are seemingly endless. Our focus is on reducing excess weight, either by diet and exercise, or if that fails, by any number of surgical and non-surgical interventions. Liposuction surgically removes our excess fat, cooling devices freeze ourRead More




Liposuction and Fat Injections: Complementary Procedures

Body contouring procedures restore more youthful curves, shapeliness, and overall appearance to the face and entire body. Liposuction removes extra fat and may be performed in conjunction with fat injections which correct areas of volume depletion. In areas of fatty tissue excess, liposuction may be carried out to permanently remove fat deposits that are resistant to diet andRead More


Not Just Skin Deep: The Many Benefits of Botox®

Most of us are aware of the best known use of Botox: to erase wrinkles on the face, such as frown lines, forehead lines, and crows feet, by paralyzing the underlying muscles. When administered by a physician with expertise in facial rejuvenation, additional benefits of Botox include lifting the brows, reducing fine lines around the mouth, and turningRead More


Making an Impact: Small Procedures Yield Big Results

When we think about plastic surgery procedures, we often jump right to major cosmetic surgical procedures that offer significant improvement in our appearance, such as the numerous “lift”, “tuck”, and “implants” procedures. For many plastic surgery patients, however, smaller procedures can also provide a big boost to their self esteem and general quality of life.Read More



Here Comes the Sun: How Much Is Good For You?

With springtime and warmer weather come sunnier days and more daily sun exposure. We know that UV rays can lead to sun damage and skin cancer, but some sun exposure is essential for our health. New research, however, examines the beneficial effects of sun exposure. A Swedish study of almost 30,000 women indicates that thoseRead More



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