About Hratch Karamanoukian, MD, FACS
Hratch Karamanoukian, MD, FACS practices in Williamsville at Vein Treatment Center as a General Surgeon, board certified by American Board of Surgery - General and American Board of Thoracic Surgery. Dr. Karamanoukian was invited to join RealSelf in 2008, and has achieved "Distinguished Member" status. The doctor has 14 years of experience providing cosmetic and aesthetic medical services, and is a member of Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS). Dr. Karamanoukian has hospital affiliations at Kaleida Health, Catholic Hospitals .
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Posted by hockeymom13
He definitely has a magical touch. I recommend Dr. K to all my friends and relatives, he is the best in Buffalo.
Posted by peterguiliana
He was very highly recommended to me by other physicians that i work with. I work in a hospital and many physicians recommended seeing Dr. Karamanoukian for botox. I made an appt where i was greeted by a very friendly and knowledgable staff. Dr K explained the procedure to me and made me feel very comfortable. I am very pleased with Dr.K and his team as well as the beautiful results!! I look forward to building a relationship with Dr.K and his team for all my future cosmetic and aesthetic needs!
Posted by pauldoug65
Dr K has great bedside manner, he can make me laugh and feel comfortable about the procedure and explained eveything as he went along Thank you again Dr K.
Posted by Greg in New York
As a fellow physician I recommend Dr K and his staff highly. They were realistic about the procedure and very accurate. They explained everything in detail before and during the procedure, follow up has been easy.
Treatments offered at Vein Treatment Center
Blog Posts and Articles
There are physiologic changes such as increased blood volume during pregnancy and the mechanical effect of the ever enlarging uterus on the large veins in the retroperitoneum, that is, in the area behind the abdominal cavity where the uterus lies. This co
The question often arises before laser and IPL treatment for facial veins and rosacea: "Should I avoid tanning before laser or IPL for facial vein and rosacea treatment?" The short answer is YES. The darker your skin color, the mo
This phenomenon of developing new, previously unnoticed veins after sclerotherapy is called telangiectatic matting. It has also been called FLARES and BLUSHING. There are many theories as to why telangiectatic mapping occurs and most relate to hypoxia, or
There is no such thing as the best sclerotherapy solution. But you need to know about the different types of sclerotherapy solutions. 1. Detergent type - STS, polidochanol, sodium morrhuate and ethnolamine. These cause protein theft denaturation and cause
Often the underlying cause of reflux disease or feeder veins to the spider veins cause recurrence of lack of adequate treatment. These have to be obliterated and therefore, you must see a specialist who can treat them. This may require foam sclerotherapy,
Education / Training
Medical: MD, University of Southern California
General Surgery, University at Buffalo
Thoracic Surgery, University at Buffalo
Fellowship: Childrens Hospital of Buffalo