Face Procedures>Rhinoplasty New York

The Nose Has It — A Dominant Role

Posted on: February 2, 2016

Sure it’s involved with every breath you take. Sure in cases like Jimmy Durante, the nose IS the centerpiece of the face. Truth is, for everyone, the nose is the most prominent feature of our facial appearance. It provides stability and symmetry to the face, but it needs to be proportionate to the rest of

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Take Care of Your New Nose

Posted on: February 2, 2016

At last, you have taken the brave step to get your nose done. Now that you have achieved the nose you have only been dreaming about, do not forget to flaunt it for the world to see. However, it is only normal if you feel “fragile” after having plastic surgery. Do not feel bad about it. In fact, many of our patients in

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Are You a Good Candidate? Questions to Ask Before a Rhinoplasty

Posted on: February 2, 2016

A lot of people are unhappy with their nose and feel that they would look better if they undergo rhinoplasty. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, there were over 221,000 rhinoplasty cases last year. This number might be down 9% from 2012, but it is still a huge number. With people able to

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Manhattan Rhinoplasty: Because One Nose Doesn’t Fit All

Posted on: February 2, 2016

The New York Daily News ran an article a few months ago highlighting Kate Middleton’s nose as spring’s hottest accessory this year. While the desire for a royal nose has recently surged in number (as well as the Michelle Obama arms!), our Manhattan rhinoplasty techniques are actually geared towards aesthetically improving your nasal contours in

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Open vs. Closed Rhinoplasty in Manhattan: Which to Choose?

Posted on: February 2, 2016

If you go to an initial consultation with a rhinoplasty surgeon, you may be asked whether you prefer an open or closed rhinoplasty technique. While you might find these terms difficult to understand we, at the Aesthetic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery clinic, make it a point to help you understand so that you can make

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The Ethnic Rhinoplasty?

Posted on: February 2, 2016

I’ve been asked multiple times on different websites, like Realself, if I do “ethnic” rhinoplasties.  I laugh because since I work in New York City the proverbial “melting pot” of the world, I end up treating so many different kinds of people literally from all over the world.  To me every rhinoplasty  is ethnic in

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Recovering from Your New York City Rhinoplasty

Posted on: February 2, 2016

The goal of a New York City rhinoplasty procedure is to enhance the appearance of your nose while making sure that it still blends harmoniously with the rest of your facial features. This nose-reshaping procedure is often done in conjunction with a facelift and is recommended for men and women above 14 or 15 years

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Transabdominal breast augmentation is it for you? or Maximizing the abdominoplasty incision

Posted on: February 2, 2016

Transabdominal breast augmentation or TABA is  an option for some women desiring a mommy makeover in the New York City office of Dr. Steven Wallach.  This is a technique in which the abdominoplasty incision is used to place breast implants either saline filled or silicone filled so that there is no incision on or near the breast. 

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ASAPS national meeting

Posted on: February 2, 2016

So I just returned from ASAPS in NYC. It was right in my own backyard!  There was a lot of interesting things at the meeting.  1)Fat injection during facelift was presented a lot. I have always felt that it was important to add volume with facelfting.  One did not preclude the other.  2) Interestingly there

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New Study Reveals Nose and Chin Surgeries Go Hand in Hand

Posted on: February 2, 2016

  While it’s not uncommon for two plastic surgery procedures in New York to be performed together, a few others are still skeptical about hitting two birds with one stone in plastic surgery. For some people, this could actually mean that the risks of surgery are doubled at the same time. However,  a recent study

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