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Welcome the Brand New LitLift™

Posted April 03, 2017 in BOTOX® Cosmetic, Dr. Liotta in the News, Facial Fillers, JUVÉDERM VOLUMA® XC, Lips, LitLift™, New and Noteworthy

The LitLiftTM is a new procedure developed to allow your face to look contoured—all the time!  My new, long-lasting, noninvasive treatment was inspired by the popularity of contouring and strobing makeup. I’ve devised a treatment I am calling the LitLiftTM that uses a cocktail of BOTOX® Cosmetic and fillers to highlight and define the face in much the same […]

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Protox: Customized Botox

Posted July 11, 2016 in BOTOX® Cosmetic, New and Noteworthy

Gone (mostly) are the days of the post-injection frozen face, the seemingly emotionless Botox-bot shopping its way down Madison Avenue. As highly trained plastic surgeons in Manhattan’s upper east side beauty mecca, our needlework is getting much more subtle, “smarter”, and more customizable! Over the past year, I have seen a huge increase in younger […]

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What you need to know: liquid rhinoplasty

Posted February 04, 2016 in Facial Fillers, JUVÉDERM VOLUMA® XC, New and Noteworthy, Rhinoplasty

At my office, anything non-surgical or “liquid” is exploding in popularity, and that includes rhinoplasty. According to data released by RealSelf today, liquid rhinoplasty was in the top 15% of most-visited minimally invasive topics on the site; compared to last year, the topic grew 50% in popularity in the latter half of 2015 (even taking into consideration site growth)—that’s a […]

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Kybella in NYC – Goodbye Double Chin

Posted May 18, 2015 in New and Noteworthy

Welcome to NYC, Kybella! According to a 2014 survey conducted by The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, 68% of those interviewed were bothered by “submental fullness”, a fancy term for a double chin. If you’d count yourself among that 68%, chin up!  The FDA has just approved a brand new non-surgical double chin destroying treatment […]

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Facial Plastic Surgery Trends for 2015

Posted December 31, 2014 in New and Noteworthy

Believe it or not, facial plastic surgery, like fashion, is subject to trends. What’s “hot” changes constantly, and who wants which procedure changes as well. Over the past few months, it seems that demand for liquid surgery (without the knife) has increased, and men are beginning to turn up for tweaking more frequently. There are […]

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Top 5 Pre-Holiday Non-Surgical Treatments

Posted December 01, 2014 in New and Noteworthy

Around the holidays, I’m often asked about the non-surgical options for quickie rejuvenation pre-party season without the downtime. Everyone knows about using Botox for frown lines on the forehead and Juvederm to camouflage the nasolabial folds and plump the lips, but there are literally dozens of lesser known uses of these products that produce amazing […]

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Cosmetic Surgery: The Art of “Less is More”

Posted November 06, 2014 in New and Noteworthy

The best plastic surgery is plastic surgery you can’t see. I often have patients who say, “when I walk down the street I can tell when someone has had filler, or a facelift.” I say that the only plastic surgery you can see is badly-done plastic surgery. Well done Botox, filler, peels, or even surgery […]

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Using Broadband Light to Banish Brown Spots

Posted September 23, 2014 in New and Noteworthy

Wear sunscreen. “Sunspots” (gasp!), “age spots”, or even worse, “liver spots” are flat, non-raised, brown spots or freckles that develop on the skin after prolonged exposure to direct ultraviolet (or UV) rays. In med-speak, they’re called “solar lentigines”. Contrary to the common-speak, people of all ages are susceptible to these spots, and those with lighter […]

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