Category Archives: News & Announcements

*CLOSED* WINTER GIVEAWAY: We Want to Give You a Professional Skin Care Gift Set!

November 13, 2014

The sweepstakes is closed and the winner has been notified! The weather is changing and it’s no secret that winter is harsh on the skin. From icy wind to blasting the heater, your skin may need a little extra TLC. That’s why we want to gift you a skincare bundle worth over $160 that will leave your face soft, smooth, … click to read more


3 Insider Tips to Surviving the New York St. Patty’s Day Parade

March 12, 2014

Working right on the edge of Central Park, we know a thing or two about how to get around New York. With St. Patrick’s Day fast approaching, thousands of people will flock to 5th Avenue to take part in the festivities. There is no doubt about it, New York hosts some pretty amazing parades and the St. Patty’s Day Parade … click to read more


Six Great Holiday Events In and Around Central Park

December 11, 2013

We’re fortunate to be close to Central Park, one of New York City’s greatest assets. While being across the street from the Park is a pleasure any time of year, it’s a special treat during the holidays, when seasonal events light up the scene. If you’ll be in New York during the holidays, consider one or more of these Central … click to read more


Forget the Holidays—It’s Plastic Surgery Season!

November 21, 2013

Did you know we’re entering “plastic surgery season”? Now that summer is over, people who are interested in cosmetic improvements are beginning to book their procedures. Late fall and winter have always been the busiest time of year for plastic surgeons for a number of reasons.

Reason #1: Time to Recover Over the Holidays Why winter? It offers a few … click to read more


Should Teenagers Have Plastic Surgery?

July 30, 2013

The teen years are an awkward time for many as bodies change and appearance becomes the subject of much judgment and discussion by peers. During this time, quite a few teenagers begin to consider plastic surgery as an option for enhancing their appearance.

According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), more than 130,000 teens in the U.S. … click to read more


7 Ways to Enjoy Central Park in the Winter

January 16, 2013

From our office overlooking Central Park, we get a great view of all the action going on in the park year-round. Winter is a special time in the Park, with so many ways to stay active and get outdoors or enjoy some of the Park’s unique features. If you’re looking for some wintertime activities, here are a few ways you … click to read more


Who’s Getting Work Done?

October 31, 2012

It used to be the question that was asked in hushed tones at dinner parties and fancy soirees: “Did she have some work done?” Since plastic surgery is no longer the somewhat taboo subject that it used to be, let’s explore this question: Who is getting work done, and what are they having done? We’ll use 2011 statistics from the … click to read more


Our Secret Tour of Manhattan’s Central Park West

August 16, 2012

We’re proud of the facility we’ve developed for our patients, with its elegant waiting room and relaxing views of Central Park. We’re also proud of our location, with many of New York City’s most well-known attractions near our office, literally right around the corner.

Following are some highlights and inside tips on our neighborhood—including things you can’t learn in the … click to read more


The Importance of Reviewing Before and After Photos in Consultation with a Plastic Surgeon

April 19, 2012

“Before and after” photos show a surgeon’s past patients, before and after their procedure. Many surgeons display a selection of photos online, but it is important to continue the photo review process at your consultation. Here are some key reasons why:

Some patients don’t give permission to display their photos online, so you’ll get to see more results when you… click to read more

“What was the moment when you became a real New Yorker?”

April 12, 2012

We found a recent blog post we liked that talks about “the moment you became a New Yorker.” It touches on something a lot of of us in the office have felt—those in-between moments when you’re walking around a corner and suddenly remember the storefront that used to be there.

For anyone who moves to New York City and stays … click to read more