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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: AB, Harvard University, 1983
Medical: MD, Cornell University Medical College, 1988
Post-Medical School TrainingResidencies:
General Surgery, NY Presbyterian - Weill Cornell Medical Center, 1993
Colon & Rectal Surgery, Ferguson Clinic, 1997
Thomas Jefferson University, 1995
Lahey Clinic, 1996
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There are a variety of treatments for peri-oral wrinkles, including chemical peels, various laser treaments, microneedle treatments, and... READ MORE
When the brow droops after Botox injection, it is because the muscle supporting the brow has been injected. This generally lasts 3-4 months. It can... READ MORE
Since you are talking about slimming, I imagine you are referring to injection of the masseters (the muscles you use to clench your jaw). I generally... READ MORE
In general, there should be no problem with Botox two days after eyebrow tattoos. The exception would be if you are having Botox for glabella (frown... READ MORE
From your description, it sounds as though you have significant bruising and swelling. You need to give it a few weeks to resolve, which it usually... READ MORE
You can certainly prevent the fine wrinkle in the upper forehead with Botox. Just treat the local area and use a small dose. By staying above the... READ MORE
I was recommended Radiesse fillers around my mouth and chin. It only has a 20% change? Any treatment for a better %? (Photo)
There are various approaches for treating scars. They can be operatively revised - removed and repaired, hopefully with a better scar after. They can... READ MORE
A photo would be helpful here. The important question is - are you feeling bumps (normal and may gradually improve more) or are you seeing them (a p... READ MORE
Botox prolongs the effects of fillers only when they both affect the same area, for example if you are treating lines between the eyebrows, and it... READ MORE
Puffiness under the eyes is common with fillers. It generally improves in 1-2 weeks. In some cases, it persists and is due to the amount of filler... READ MORE
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