Take this quick test—-look in a mirror and answer these questions:
- Does your nose appear too large or too small for you?
- Do you notice a dent or bump on the basal bride, when viewed from the front?
- Does your nose appear to be too wide when viewed from the front?
- Does the tip of your nose droop or plunge up?
- Is the tip of your nose thickened or enlarged?
- Are your nostrils excessively flared?
- Is your nose off-center or crooked?
- Has a prior injury made your nose out of proportion to your other facial features?
- Do you have any problems with:
1. Breathing through your nose
2. Chronic Nose or Sinus complaints?
If your answer was YES, even just for one of these questions, you may be a candidate for a “new nose.” Call our office at 973-692-9300 or 212-288-3000 to schedule your personal consultation with Dr. Kassir.
Recently plastic surgery has seen a sharp increase in the numbers of competitive professionals, especially males, seeking out cosmetic procedures such as Botox injections, Rhinoplasty (nose job), or neck rejuvenation procedures as part of an aggressive strategy to stay competitive with youth in the roughest employment market in a generation. The typical cosmetic goal is not a major rejuvenation but rather to “look” fresher to customers, co-workers, and bosses.
The Top Male Rejuvenation Procedures are:
Neck Rejuvenation, rhinoplasty, Chin Augmentation, and Hair Restoration.
After 10 years of research and development, NeoGraft is the first new surgical patented hair transplantation device that advances and refines the procedure of hair transplantation.
To date, over 8,000 hair restoration procedures have been performed with NeoGraft, with excellent natural-looking results. Follicular unit extraction, or FUE, with NeoGraft is so safe and straightforward; it is done under a local anesthetic right in our office suite.
NeoGraft is minimally invasive, requires little downtime, is affordable, and most importantly, produces tremendous results for our patients. We’ll create a customized strategy to tackle your hair loss - whether you need 500 grafts of 2,500 grafts. We’ll create the right approach for you.
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We would like to congratulate our patient of the month on her amazing transformation! Here is her story…This patient didn’t like her jowls and her neck, especially when she wore her hair back. As a flight attendant, she didn’t have much time to take off from work and we recommended a rapid recovery facelift. She was able to go back to work at day 16 and wear her hair back; none of her co-workers knew she had a surgical procedure and commented on how good her hair looks. She’s very happy about her jaw line and neck and now looks as young as she feels!
Healthcare Global counts down the top 10 cosmetic surgery apps for Apple’s iPod, iPhone and iPad designed to help people make informed and educated decisions about future surgical procedures
When you examine yourself in the mirror for signs of ageing, I bet it’s not your ears you’re looking at.
Yet the earlobe is finding itself in the anti-ageing spotlight as it emerges that more and more cosmetic surgeons are doing a quick bit of work on the ears — often in conjunction with a facelift, but sometimes just on their own.
The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (BAAPS) even featured a presentation on earlobe correction at their recent conference
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Would you ever consider plastic surgery? I used to think I’d never consider plastic surgery, under any circumstances. But then, a couple of years ago, I had laser surgery to fade some acne scars on my face (I went through a really unfortunate phase when I was a teen). I didn’t do it out of concern for my health; I did it purely for vanity’s sake because I hated looking in the mirror every day and seeing the angry red reminders of my awkward youth. I know a lot of people wouldn’t really consider that plastic surgery. But after that, how could I possibly draw a line in the sand and determine what kind of plastic surgery is “acceptable” and what’s not? How could I judge anybody’s reasons for choosing to undergo plastic surgery?