Face Procedures

Sirius XM Radio “Doctor Show” Guest

Posted on: February 2, 2016

Tuesday November 5th, 2013 I was on Sirius XM  channel 81’s Doctor Show hosted by Sherrell Aston MD at the NYU Langone Medical Center in New York CIty.  I was a guest along with Nicolas Tabbal, MD for the two hour show, and the subject was Plastic Surgery: Fact or Fiction.  The show featured current news

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Are You Sad, Angry, or None of the Above?

Posted on: February 2, 2016

Getting old means getting wrinkles, fine lines, and creases. However, as if these physical signs of aging aren’t bad enough, it looks like individuals with wrinkles may have to deal with misconstrued emotions and facial expressions! Here at our Manhattan facial rejuvenation practice, some of our patients have admitted that they are often mistaken as

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Face Lift or Fillers?

Posted on: February 2, 2016

Many patients present to the office requesting  facial rejuventation procedures.  Sometimes they could benefit from a facelift or neck lift.  Sometimes they could benefit from injectable facial fillers like Juverderm ultra plus, Juvederm ultra, Radiesse, Restylane, or Perlane.  Some could benefit from both surgery and fillers.  The great thing about being a plastic surgeon is that I

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6 Safe Manhattan Injectables to Smooth Out Wrinkles

Posted on: February 2, 2016

While the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines are inevitable, you have a lot of options to help restore your youthful glow. Non-surgical options are now becoming popular as they have shown to deliver quick and safe results. Dr. Steven Wallach is a Manhattan board-certified plastic surgeon offering a wide array of non-invasive procedures for

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3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Getting Botox in Manhattan

Posted on: February 2, 2016

Botox is the most popular non-surgical cosmetic procedure in 2012, retaining its throne from last year’s top spot. According to the recent statistics released by the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, minimally invasive sessions of Botox and New York chemical peels are last year’s cream of the crop. Despite its popularity and constant availability,

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Beauty Sans the Knife in New York: Botox vs. Dysport

Posted on: February 2, 2016

With Botox leading the list of the non-surgical cosmetic procedures for roughly a decade now, Botox alternatives are now also growing in popularity such as Dysport. For your facial rejuvenation needs, Dr. Steven Wallach, a New York board-certified cosmetic surgeon, offers both Botox and Dysport for clients who would like to keep their wrinkles at

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Revenge Surgery? – Post-Divorce Work. How About a Re-boot!

Posted on: February 2, 2016

So I read something on line about Revenge Surgery(?).  It refers to surgery done after a divorce, I suppose to get back at the ex?  Sounds like an interesting concept, and obviously a marketing tool for some preactices, but I would caution anyone just splitting up to do anything too rash.  I have had my

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Fight Marionette Lines with Manhattan Facial Fillers!

Posted on: February 2, 2016

One of the most dreaded signs of aging is the appearance of marionette lines. These lines refer to the creases which form near the corners of your lips, extending down to your chin, making you appear grim and scornful. Dr. Steven Wallach is a Manhattan board-certified plastic surgeon offering a wide array of Manhattan facial

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Facelift in Manhattan

Posted on: February 2, 2016

How do I avoid that “pulled look” from a facelift? The “pulled look” is commonly the result of actually pulling on the skin to give the lift and pulling it too tightly. Some surgeons use the skin to “lift” the face in a supero-lateral vector. The skin is pulled tightly to try to elevate the

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Otoplasty in Manhattan

Posted on: February 2, 2016

My child has prominent ears and wants this corrected. How old does he/she have to be? The ear usually becomes 85% of its adult size by the time the child is 5 -6 years old. In addition the ear cartilage is usually mature enough to tolerate surgical manipulation at this time. Where are the incisions

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