If you want to get rid of a wrinkle you just get it filled...Right? Maybe, but not necessarily. As much as we might want to simplify how a filler is used, proper, expert-level skin rejuvenation is as much a science as it is an art. The type of fillers we choose reflect careful decisions on how to maintain the natural shape and structure of the face by restoring volume and balance.Read More
The way we use fillers today is with more restraint and more specificity, and this applies to everything from smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles as you’d expect, as well as shaping the jawline and chin and improving overall symmetry of the shape of the face.
Botox is often the treatment that comes to mind when people think about targeting their lines and wrinkles of the upper face, and while Botox injections did begin that way, it’s actually become a treatment for use throughout the face that has proven incredibly effective for multiple concerns.Read More
Blepharoplasty is an eyelid surgery that improves appearance by addressing loose skin around the eyes and under eye bags.
The skin around the eyes is the thinnest of the face making it prone to showing signs of aging the quickest. The skin of the upper eyelids may start to sag making it difficult to wear eyeshadow or eyeliner.Read More
Curious about chemical peels and want to know whether they’re right for you? We’re here for you!
Peels today come in all different strengths and applications and work best for those with mild to moderate wrinkles, sagging, uneven skin tone and acne scarring. They are appropriate for almost any skin type depending on your goals and are often used to help resurface and shed dull skin for a makeup free complexion, by targeting sun damage, hyperpigmentation and other causes of uneven skin tone.Read More
Platelet-rich plasma stimulates growth of skin’s collagen using your body’s own growth factors and proteins. This procedure has gained media attention, particularly when used in combination with microneedling, but is also available as an injectable treatment to patients seeking to add volume to areas of the face.Read More
Everyone’s skin is different. As I’ve recently written for my Ask The MD series with d’mai Urban Spa in Park Slope, Brooklyn, there are two main factors that cause skin to lose its luster with age, which are your genetics and environmental / lifestyle factors. So, given that combination, the best skin procedures to consider at any age will vary from person to person.Read More