Fillers. Before Part 3.

In Fillers Part 1, I wrote that fillers could distort the face much more easily than Botox.  That’s because adding volume and shaping the face is a lot harder than how doctors make it seem.  Why do doctors offer fillers so easily, enticing you with the...

Need and Want

Before I get to Fillers Part 3, I want to go over something that I think is important to think about.  It’s not a right or wrong thing.  It’s a matter of perspective and how we automatically settle the score on NEED and WANT. In my practice here in the...

Fillers. Part 1

As you may have discovered about Botox in a previous blog, it’s important to have more knowledge about cosmetic treatments.  It’s also true for any kind of medical treatment.  An important question is: How you can trust your doctor?   Whenever I go see a...

Why Little Things Matter!

I’ve been learning Tai Chi for 8 years from a Grand Master of Martial Arts.  Tai Chi is taught in slow, deliberate movements.  It is a moving meditation.  However, all of the movements of Tai Chi are purposeful as a Kung Fu fighting technique.  (If you remember...

Botox

Have you ever wondered why more and more people are looking a bit or a lot strange? You kind of have to do a double take and see if you can figure out what’s going on.  It’s happening more and more because of Botox and Fillers. This blog will be about...

Complex ear surgery

April 30, 2017 On Friday, I performed an operation with an ENT colleague of mine to create a total ear. The young man was born without an external ear or ear canal. It took more than nine hours to create the total ear and the ear canal. With one operation, he will be...

The Natural Look

Dear people of New York City and beyond: I am starting a blog about the complexities of both cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery treatments that is based on my experience and judgment.  I hope it will help educate you and guide you about this rapidly growing...