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5 out of 5 stars Liposonix
She is caring and down to earth. she also performed the procedure by herself, not done by a tech (which pleased me). highly recommend the practice. her office is called "smarter skin dermatology"
5 out of 5 stars Juvederm
**WARNING: after the procedure you wallet will be very upset with the amount of lipstick you buy!!! :) Since lipstick is so popular now, I would always try some on at the makeup counter but was never satisfied with the way I looked with some on. Since I've got my lips done I am so much more confident. I'm unafraid to put on crazy lipstick colors and draw attention to my larger, fuller,...
5 out of 5 stars Radiesse
Dr. Shah is extremely professional yet approachable. She will answer all your questions and never makes you feel uncomfortable or pressured. She is very talented, has amazing technique, and really loves to help people look their best.
5 out of 5 stars Chemical Peel
I was very impressed with the time and easy comfortable atmosphere. Dr. Shah herself made me feel at ease and and took all the time needed to answer all my questions and put me at ease while I go for my treatments. She is so kind, thorough, knowledgeable. Her staffs is very lovely. I will definitely refer my friends and family here. They were great and I think more people should know about...
3 out of 5 stars SculpSure
She was very fast and did not spend much time with me
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolMedical: MD, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: Internal Medicine, St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center-Department of Medicine
Residency: Dermatology, St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center
Treatments offered at SmarterSkin Dermatology
- Mole Removal
- Neck Lift
- Non Surgical Face Lift
- Non Surgical Nose Job
- Non-Surgical Neck Lift
- Phenol Peel
- Photodynamic Therapy
- PRP for Hair Loss
- Pulsed Dye Laser
- Restylane Lyft
- Restylane Silk
- Rosacea Treatment
- Salicylic Peel
- Scar Removal
- Scars Treatment
Most popular answers from Sejal Shah, MD
I recommend discussing this with your doctor. There are prescription creams you can use at home prior to treatment. Often doctors keep creams in t... READ MORE
Thank your for your question. Because your tattoo is predominantly black, I would recommend picoway or enlighten lasers. The 1064 wavelength is b... READ MORE
Yes filler content and placement matter. It is difficult to tell from the photo but it seems that you have some volume loss in your midface so you... READ MORE
Thank you for your photos and question. Generally the risk of scarring is very low. However, some people do develop fibrosis, or thickening of the... READ MORE
There are number of treatments that can be used to improve the appearance of the scarring. TCA CROSS, microneedling + PRP, laser resurfacing and punch... READ MORE
If the drooping tip is all that bother you, I would advise trying Botox first. By injecting the muscle that pulls the tip down, the tip can be lifted.... READ MORE
It appears to be healing properly. However, it seems you will have some residual hyperpigmentation. This can resolve on its own but you can try a... READ MORE
How Ultherapy can alter Radiesse is not clear but it can potentially shorten the duration therefore my suggestion would be to do the Ulthera first or... READ MORE
Yes cherry angiomas can be treated very effectively with laser. Typically a vascular laser is used to treat them and they often respond to a single ... READ MORE
I would recommend a picosecond laser with a 1064nm wavelength for a black tattoo, this will be your best option. The astanza and medlite are both ... READ MORE
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