Shafer Plastic Surgery Blog
If you suffer from scars, blemishes, sun spots, and other damage to your facial skin, you are not alone. Millions of people in New York struggle with imperfect skin, which drastically affects their self esteem. Unlike other areas of the body that can be covered up, the face is not something you can hide. Luckily, […]
When it comes to plastic surgery, it is important to pick and choose the doctor you will be working with wisely. Regardless of whether your treatment involves more complex or invasive procedures, such as a tummy tuck, rhinoplasty or liposuction, or an outpatient procedure like BOTOX, any treatment for the body should be performed by […]
While the majority of people who opt for plastic surgery treatments in New York are women, the number of men who are seeking out cosmetic enhancements is growing. Men struggle with unwanted fat as much as women do, but there has always been a taboo about male plastic surgery that has prevented many men from […]
A laser facial is a nonsurgical way of smoothing the skin’s surface to make you look more youthful. It is effective in evening the skin tone and reducing wrinkles, sun spots and even freckles. Below are 5 facts that you should know prior to seeing your New York plastic surgeon. The laser facial is a […]
Are You Looking for an Advanced Deep Pore Cleansing Treatment from Your New York Plastic Surgeon? Trying to deep clean your pores can be difficult, especially with all of the over counter skin products offered. It can be hard to find one that works well for you. Your New York plastic surgeon offers a variety […]
Many women begin considering vaginal rejuvenation after childbirth, yet that isn’t the only reason why they may consider this surgery. Your New York plastic surgeon has performed vaginal rejuvenation surgeries on many different women. Below are 5 facts to help you become more knowledgeable of the procedure if you are considering it. Vaginal rejuvenation can […]
A mammogram can detect 85 – 90% of breast cancers, which is why annual mammograms combined with monthly self-examinations are important. If you’ve had a mastectomy, know your options.