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Plastic Surgery Blog

I am not happy with my hyaluronic acid treatment. How much enzyme will I need to remove this treatment?

Published on June 23, 2013

One of the great advantages of treatment with hyaluronic acid fillers–more commonly known by their individual names such as Restyane, Restylane Lyft®, Belotero, and Juvederm–is that they can be adjusted after treatment to improve your results. Typically we see that

What is Eyerise?

Published on June 23, 2013

Eyerise is a trademarked nonsurgical cosmetic procedure for brightening your facial appearance by placing cosmetic dermal fillers around the eye. It is branded as a contouring effect using Juvederm and Restylane, which are hyaluronic acid fillers that are considered to

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Is eyelid surgery considered minor surgery?

Published on June 22, 2013

It is natural to have questions about the relative safety of any medical procedure. This is a great instinct when it comes to carefully choosing the right doctor to help with whatever concerns you may have, ranging from medical to

What does Dr. Steinsapir think of tear trough implants for under eye hollows?

Published on March 28, 2013

Background of Tear Trough Implants Tear trough implants are a surgery where an implant is placed in the under eye hollow area just below the orbital rim on the facial skeleton. It provides more volume in this hollow area. The

I have uneven eyelids after ptosis surgery. Can anything be done?

Published on March 28, 2013

A common goal in eyelid surgery is to seek symmetry between both eyes, particularly in the cases of ptosis where the initially presenting problems may include asymmetry along with issues like functionality and aesthetics. Ptosis is commonly understood as a

Dr. Steinsapir Featured in The New York Times

Published on February 10, 2013

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/03/fashion/questions-surround-iris-implant-procedure-skin-deep.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0 http://www.realself.com/article/eye-color-surgery-updated Dr. Steinsapir Featured in The New York Times If you keep up with the New York Times, one of the most reputable newspapers in the world, you may have read about Dr. Steinsapir in the recent article Looking

Transconjunctival versus Transcutaneous Lower Eyelid Surgery

Published on February 10, 2013

Transconjunctival and transcutaneous lower eyelid surgeries are each a type of lower blepharoplasty, a plastic eyelid surgery that can address a range of issues such as excess fat or “puffiness” around the lower eyelid, loose and wrinkled skin. For great

Can I go blind from my Restylane treatment?

Published on February 7, 2013

While the probability of going blind from Restylane treatment is extremely low, the risk is not zero. Indeed, every medical procedure including the very safest ones comes with some level of risk. With any procedure, the key is in weighing

Facelift Surgery – Are You A Good Candidate?

Published on February 6, 2013

Facelift surgeries are clinical procedures whose goal is to diminish the number of wrinkles and improve their appearance in the facial area; facelifts can also be used for correcting other distinctive signs of aging both in the face and the

My eyes are dry since my eyelid surgery. Is there any help?

Published on December 13, 2012

Dry eye after a recent eyelid surgery is not necessarily cause for alarm, but certainly something you and your doctor should monitor together and take steps to relieve. Eyelid surgery is a complex procedure that has many rewards and is