All Nonsurgical Procedures News

  • Fat Grafting to the Calves

    Spending too much time in the gym trying to shape those pesky calf muscles, but aren’t getting the results you're looking for? Don’t worry, you’re not alone – both men and women are actively seeking alternative solutions to get results that seem unobtainable at times. In this Smart Beauty Guide Exclusive, board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Joshua Zuckerman based in New York, NY, explains how fat grafting can be used in lieu of silicone implants and is a safe, long-lasting procedure that produces natural-looking results. 

  • Preventing Complications When Getting Fillers

    With injectables fast-becoming one of the most popular aesthetic procedures, there is often the misconception that they can’t be done wrong. Unfortunately, such is not the case. The truth is, it takes a trained physician with a skilled eye, knowledge of human anatomy, and ample experience to administer injectables properly and safely. Injectable treatments like fillers (Hylauronic Acid, Sculptra, etc.) and Botulinum Toxin (Botox) can be just as risky as surgical procedures – particularly if performed by an untrained practitioner. 

  • Non-Surgical Technologies

    While most plastic surgery procedures require some downtime, there are now nonsurgical treatment options available that have less downtime, recovery, and pain! These types of results have been achieved with the help of industry implementing new state-of-the-art-technology. In this Smart Beauty Guide exclusive, ASAPS member, Michael Kulick, MD from San Francisco, CA reviews some of the latest options being offered today! 

  • Butt Augmentation: Fat Transfer to the Butt

    Watch Dr. Matthew Nykiel discuss fat transfer to the buttocks, the latest technique in gluteal augmentation. 

  • Plastic Surgery and the Social Media Effect

    I was once on the cover of a national magazine. It was in the early days of Photoshop and the magazine I was working for at the time didn't like the way the celebrity looked in her cover images so the creative director took a photo of me, put the celebrity's head on my body and voila, problem solved. Except it created a whole slew of new problems. 

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