About The doctor
- State University of New York- Health Science Center at Brooklyn School of Medicine
- Medical Degree w/ Honors
- *Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society
- State University of New York – Health Science Center in Brooklyn
- Residency Training in Head & Neck Surgery
- Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.
- Fellowship in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Blepharoplasty is relatively inexpensive as far as cosmetic procedures go. While it's difficult to give you an exact estimate without seeing you in person, you could probably expect to pay anywhere from $2,000 to $7,00...
In the simplest terms, a deviated septum is a nasal septum that is off-center or crooked and makes breathing through the nose difficult. The nasal septum is the thin wall of bone and cartilage that separates our two n...
In the vast majority of cases, health insurance plans offer coverage for health issues of a functional nature. A deviated septum often qualifies as a functional issue, since one of the nasal passages is partly or fully ...
Almost all patients will experience some swelling following a non-surgical nose job. This can be disappointing as almost immediately after a filler treatment, patients often notice a change in their nose, without any si...
Non-surgical rhinoplasty does exist and, when used in the right context, can correct certain subtle asymmetries of the nose. A dermal filler is injected into the nose in small quantities to even out subtle depressions a...
Nasolabial folds are most commonly caused by the descent of malar or cheek fat. Hyaluronic acid fillers such as Juvederm, or Radiesse, which is composed of calcium-based microspheres, can be injected into the folds to f...