All Nonsurgical Procedures News

  • Popular Nonsurgical Treatment Options for the Face

    The number of nonsurgical procedures has increased by 508% since 1997, according to the 2014 statistics on cosmetic surgery released by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. 

  • Say Goodbye to the Turkey Neck This Thanksgiving

    Erin accumulated excess chin fat and in spite of her healthy lifestyle, exercising and eating a healthy diet, the fat under her chin didn’t budge. She consulted with board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Brian S. Glatt about the use of Kybella, an FDA approved injectable for treating excess fat under the chin. 

    Kybella is only offered by board-certified plastic surgeons and dermatologists who’ve undergone training on the safe application of the injectable. 

  • Five Ways to Look Refreshed This Summer

    Did you hear about the site www.how-old.net that estimates your age based on the photo you submit? Sometimes the results are hilarious. Microsoft's new facial recognition technology was recently featured on the TODAY Show, and most of the co-hosts were thrilled to be estimated as younger than they are and then poor Al Roker was estimated to be about 20 years beyond his actual age. Yikes!  

    Cut to my Instagram feed, with friends sharing results -and frustrations -at the older-than-polite estimate. 

  • Tattoo Removal: Can You Undo Your Tattoo?

    While my own ink isn’t something I recklessly committed to after a night of drunken carousing or in the over-heated throes of a summer fling, it has increasingly through the years become something that I’m less and less jazzed about. Regret is probably too strong a word — in fact, I don’t think about it that often as it’s strategically placed somewhere I can’t see without enlisting the help of a mirror — but when I’m pining over the low-back of an award-season dress or shopping for a vacation bikini I often think, “Hmm… I wonder what would happen if I attempted to undo my tattoo?”  

  • The Future of Noninvasive Cosmetic Treatments

    Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Paul Lorenc predicts that more patients will seek noninvasive cosmetic treatments. He goes on to explain what patients should expect. 

    “Treatments will be less invasive, encompassed with light therapy such as the LED masks and radio frequency will become more prominent in the way we treat our patients. The combination of radio frequency and low level laser therapies performed in the office or at home, will result in quicker recoveries and more satisfied patients,” explained Dr. Lorenc. 

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