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  • Minimize Signs of Aging with Facial Fillers

    ASAPS member Tracy Pfeifer, MD, a board-certified plastic surgeon from New York, NY demonstrates how facial fillers can help minimize and prevent signs of aging. 

  • Facial Rejuvenation with Fillers

    Once we’re past 30, (or for those of us lucky folks) 40, we start seeing new lines, creases, folds and even scars on the surface of the skin. Aging is inevitable – that’s a fact. The good news, there’s a way for patients to offset signs of aging with facial fillers. Facial fillers are minimally invasive, and allow for instant improvement. Plus, they can be used on the face, neck, and hands, resulting in a fuller, smoother and more youthful appearance. This treatment option has very few risks and little recovery time. It’s really a win-win. 

  • Fat Grafting to the Face

    Watch Dr. Michael Law discuss fat grafting to the face, the latest technique to restore facial volume. 

  • Injectables Stopped My Signs of Aging

    Ronald felt he had two things working against him besides aging— he is a cyclist and he's also HIV-positive, the drugs Ronald takes to stay healthy have had some side effects on his looks. Ronald came into Dr. Tracy Pfeifer's office and was interested in looking as healthy and young as he feels on the inside. Together, they talked about the different options in terms of eliminating some of the gauntness he was experiencing in his face and also some of the vertical creases in his skin that really bothered him. 

  • How Neuromodulators Work to Smooth Out Your Wrinkles

    Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Jennifer Walden explains how neuromodulators such as Botox, Dysport and Xeomin work to smooth out your wrinkles and crowfeet. 

    “They work by blocking nerve signals. The muscle the little portion is injected into is paralyzed, you can’t move it, and so you get a smooth forehead and crowfeet.” 

    Dr. Walden recommends looking for someone who is very experienced in injecting Botox, Dysport or Xeomin, or fillers. 

  • I Got Injectable Filler Under My Eyes to Combat the ‘Tired Mommy’ Look

    Bryce Gruber, a 32 year old mother of three, noticed she looked exhausted and no amount of ultra-thick concealer could cover up the dark circles that had developed under her eyes. She consulted with board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Richard Swift, to see if he had any nonsurgical option to combat her 'tired mommy' look. 

  • Nonsurgical Treatment for the Lower Eyelid

    Eyelid surgery was the third most popular surgical procedure performed in 2014 according to cosmetic surgery statistics released by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. 

    Dr. Mokhtar Asaadi, a board-certified plastic surgeon based in New Jersey has seen an increase in demand for eyelid procedures in his practice. 

  • Choosing The Right Filler That Delivers Results Boosting Your Confidence and Self-Esteem

    Men and women are searching for ways to achieve a more youthful and refreshed look without undergoing invasive plastic surgery. New York based plastic surgeon, Dr. Michael Kane describes the different types of dermal fillers on the market today and ways they can be utilized to produce optimal results for targeted facial regions. Some of the most popular dermal fillers include Restylane, Juvederm, and Belotero.  

  • Ever Wondered How Long Your Cheeks Will Remain Plump With Voluma? Here’s The Answer.

    Juvederm™ Voluma™ is a hyaluronic acid filler designed to temporarily restore volume to the mid-face and fill out wrinkles around the nose and cheeks. Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Arthur Swift, explains how long the results last after injecting Voluma into facial areas that have lost volume. 

    “The interesting thing about this product is that we’ve seen results lasting approximately 2 years. With an organized maintenance program, all you’ll need to do is re-inject only a small amount every 18 to 24 months to maintain your look,” explained Dr. Swift. 

  • I Got Botox to Stop Excessive Sweating

    Kristen consulted with her board-certified plastic surgeon and decided to have Botox injected into her armpits to reduce excessive sweating.  

    “It’s a problem I have had for years, so when I heard that Botox can reduce or stop my sweating problem, I had it done,” noted Kristen. 

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