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Understanding Your Bell's Palsy Diagnosis

The symptoms and diagnosis of Bell’s palsy can be distressing. Understanding the condition, your treatment plan, and recovery outcomes can put your mind at ease. Learn more about what to expect in the coming months.
Sep 1st, 2023

What Does a Mini Brow Lift Entail?

If you want a more youthful and relaxed appearance, a mini brow lift might be a good option. This minimally invasive procedure offers natural-looking results and a shorter recovery period compared to other procedures.
Aug 1st, 2023

What to Expect After Reconstructive Burn Surgery

After your body has healed from the initial acute burns, reconstructive burn surgery restores the function and appearance of burn scars. Read on to learn more about the procedure and what to expect during healing.
Jul 12th, 2023

Understanding the Treatment Options for an Acoustic Neuroma

Acoustic neuromas are noncancerous and slow-growing. Most of the time an acoustic neuroma is monitored until it interferes with functions, like balance and hearing. Here are some treatment options when it does become problematic.
Jun 1st, 2023

Stop Doing These Things If You Want Whiter Teeth

Everyone wants a bright white smile, but some lifestyle habits can unfortunately sabotage this dream. Read on to explore the habits you should put a stop to if you want whiter teeth and to learn how we can help you achieve that goal.
Jun 1st, 2023

Help! My Laugh Lines Aren't Funny

Lines and wrinkles develop naturally as you age, but that doesn’t mean you have to tolerate them. We offer some of the most advanced and effective cosmetic treatments for laugh lines and other signs of aging.
May 1st, 2023

Here's How to Prepare for Mohs Surgery

Mohs surgery, the gold-standard treatment for skin cancer, is an outpatient procedure that takes a few hours. Here’s how to prepare for this precise process that rids you of dangerous cancer while doing minimal damage to your existing skin.
Apr 2nd, 2023

How Often Should I Get a Skin Check?

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States and the world. Routine skin checks can detect lesions early, when they’re most treatable. Here’s why you should get a professional check every year.
Mar 1st, 2023

Is Scar Revision Surgery an Option for Me?

If you have a scar that is aesthetically displeasing or that interferes with function, you may consider scar revision. Because not all scars respond well to revision procedures, here’s how to know if it’s an option in your case.
Feb 6th, 2023

Types of Burns and How We Can Help

While first- and second-degree burns heal with care at home, third-degree burns cause serious tissue damage and can even be life-threatening. Here are different types of burns and how treatment helps.
Dec 1st, 2022

My Child Has a Neurofibroma. Now What?

A neurofibroma is a noncancerous nerve tumor that develops under the skin. When it appears in children, it’s often a sign of neurofibromatosis type 1, a genetic condition. Here are your next steps if your child has a neurofibroma.
Nov 1st, 2022

Three Types of Skin Cancer and How They’re Treated

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States and the world. But all skin cancers are not the same. Here’s what you should know about each type and how treatment helps you reduce scarring and other complications.
Sep 14th, 2022

Understanding Buccal Fat and Options for Removing It

Removal of buccal fat, or a cheek or midface lift, gives you a more youthful look and counteracts hollowing below the lower eyelid. Here’s why you should be concerned with these fat pads that sit between your cheekbones and jaw bones.
Aug 9th, 2022

Am I at Risk of Bell's Palsy?

Bell’s palsy can affect anyone at any stage of their life. Certain factors do make you more vulnerable to the condition. Here’s who is at greatest risk.
Jul 12th, 2022

Why You Need a Tetanus Shot After a Dog Bite

You encountered an angry or frightened dog, so a tetanus shot is in order. The bacteria from the dog bite can stay in your body and cause tetanus or another infection. Here’s why a tetanus shot is not a step to skip.
Jun 1st, 2022

Three Places on Your Body That Respond Well to Liposuction

It’s frustrating to be of a healthy weight, to eat well, and exercise, but still have pockets of fat that prevent you from having a contoured physique. Liposuction works especially well in providing immediate, slimming results in these three areas.
May 1st, 2022

Restore Your Smile With Facial Reanimation

If facial paralysis has taken away your ability to smile and show emotion, you can seek facial reanimation surgery to get restored connection and confidence. Here’s what facial reanimation surgery can do for you.
Mar 1st, 2022

Plump Up Your Lips With Fat Injections

When you want a plumper pout, fat injections offer an alternative to artificial fillers or implants. Here’s all you need to know about how fat injections can augment your lips and enhance your smile.
Feb 1st, 2022

How to Prevent Infection After a Dog Bite

More than 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs every year. If you’re among them, it’s important you take care of your wound to prevent an infection. Here’s what to do if you’re bitten by a dog.
Jan 1st, 2022

Protect Yourself From Skin Cancer With These Tips

When treated early, skin cancer can usually be resolved -- but sometimes leaves disfiguring scars and lesions. Do everything you can to prevent skin cancer from developing in the first place with these tips.
Dec 1st, 2021

Understanding Malignant Melanoma

Melanoma may be a less common form of skin cancer, but it’s extremely serious. If caught early, this form is treatable but can cause scarring and disfigurement. Here’s what to know about malignant melanoma, its treatment, and reconstruction of scars.
Oct 3rd, 2021

What Is an Acoustic Neuroma?

Unexplained balance problems, hearing loss, and ear ringing could be due to an acoustic neuroma. This benign tumor grows in a nerve leading from your inner ear to your brain.
Sep 5th, 2021

Turn Back Time With a Facelift

As you age, your skin loses its elasticity and tone, leading to deep creases and laxity. A facelift turns back these effects to create a tauter, more youthful look. Here are some of the most notable changes you can expect with this procedure.
Aug 9th, 2021

How Does Scar Revision Work?

Scars are not only a reminder of a possibly traumatic event, but they can alter the way you look and make you feel self-conscious. Scar revision can minimize or erase the look of your scars. Here’s how.
Jul 23rd, 2021

Everything You Should Know About Gynecomastia

A man with swollen, feminine breasts can feel self-conscious and unmanly. Gynecomastia is easily corrected with surgery to achieve more masculine contours and body confidence. Here’s what you should know about this condition.
Jun 29th, 2021

Medical Reasons to Get a Rhinoplasty

A nose job, or rhinoplasty, can change the shape or size of your nose, but that’s not its only purpose. Rhinoplasty can actually improve your nasal function, so is also done for medical reasons. Learn the noncosmetic benefits of a nose job.
May 11th, 2021

Why You Need an Expert Witness on Your Team

If you have a medical case going before court, a professional witness that can help jurors understand complex and nuanced information is key. Here’s why you should consider hiring a medical witness for your case.
Apr 1st, 2021

Myths and Facts About Bell's Palsy

Facial paralysis due to Bell’s palsy is scary, but you have a very good chance of recovering. If you suffer from this condition, know the facts so you get the treatment necessary to restore your function and appearance.
Mar 4th, 2021

I Have a Terrible Scar: Can You Help?

Scars don’t have to be a permanent reminder of an accident or trauma. State-of-the-art scar revision techniques improve the appearance of scars in even the most disfiguring cases. If you have a terrible scar, learn about your treatment options here.
Feb 7th, 2021

How Is a Dog Bite Different From Other Lacerations?

Dog bites aren’t just a simple puncture wound. They can cause torn flesh and crushing damage to skin and soft tissue. Learn how expert reconstructive surgery can reduce scarring and restore features and function following a dog bite.
Jan 1st, 2021

How We Can Support You in the Courtroom

If you’ve had a disfiguring injury and are seeking justice from the responsible party, you need an expert witness on your side to strengthen your case. Learn how we can provide such support for your courtroom appearance.
Dec 1st, 2020

Noncosmetic Reasons to Consider Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery isn’t just about vanity. You may choose a procedure to reform a very real disfigurement or dysfunction caused by trauma, a genetic abnormality, or disease. Learn how plastic surgery can boost your everyday life.
Aug 27th, 2020

How Liposuction Can Reshape Your Legs

Liposuction removes fat from generous thighs, but can also reduce fat on your knees and plump calves. Learn how liposuction can reshape your legs simply and effectively.
Jun 17th, 2020

When to Consider Mohs Reconstruction After Skin Cancer Surgery

Do you need skin cancer treatment? With Mohs reconstruction, you don’t have to worry about your skin cancer surgery affecting your appearance. Take a moment to explore how this specialized procedure can help repair your wound after surgery.
Jan 9th, 2020

Why Is Collagen So Important for Youthful-Looking Skin?

There are many things we take for granted in life, only noticing them once they’re gone — which is certainly true of collagen. Here’s a look at the role that collagen plays in the outward appearance of your skin.
Dec 5th, 2019

How Dog Bite Plastic Surgery Has Helped Many Heal

Sometimes, man’s best friend isn’t so friendly: Over 800,000 people visit the hospital each year for dog bites. Learn how plastic surgery can help heal both your physical and emotional trauma.
Oct 14th, 2019

Most Common Plastic Surgery Procedures for Men

Though once considered only for women, plastic surgery has become more socially acceptable, and more men are turning to cosmetic procedures to boost their confidence and gain a restored, youthful appearance.
Sep 1st, 2019

Everything You Need to Know About Facial Reanimation

If you’ve suffered from an infection or trauma that left you with facial paralysis, you may be wondering if you’ll ever smile again. Learn how reanimation surgery can restore movement to your face and find out if you’re a good candidate.
Aug 2nd, 2019

Choosing the Right Body Contouring Procedure for Your Body

Are you celebrating a major weight loss or the birth of a child but disappointed with the sagging skin left behind? Or, do you have some extra fat you’d like to get rid of? Body contouring procedures can help you get the body you’ve always wanted.
May 1st, 2019

What Is a Multi-Vector Face-Lift and Is It Right For Me?

You’ve seen those bad celebrity face-lifts. Wrinkles and folds look better than pulled, overtightened skin. How can you get the rejuvenating lift you want without appearing windswept or weird? Have you heard about the multi-vector face-lift?
Mar 4th, 2019

How Life Altering Scars Can Be Transformed with Surgery

Life-altering scars due to traumatic lacerations or injuries can be devastating, especially facial scars. The decision to have scar revision surgery is a personal one. Find out if surgery is the right treatment for your scars.
Feb 1st, 2019

What's the Best Age for a Facelift?

A lot of people think of a facelift as a procedure only "older" people have. But some studies show having a facelift while you're younger - say, in your 30s or 40s - can yield even better results.
Nov 30th, 2018

Are You a Candidate for Body Contouring?

At The Aesthetic Surgery Center, Dr. Rose has helped patients on the Upper East Side of New York City achieve the body shape they’ve always wanted with body contouring.
Oct 29th, 2018

The Best Breast Procedures to Get Your Pre-Baby Body Back

After they're done having children, many women turn to breast augmentation and breast implantation to regain their natural figure. Breast augmentation and breast lift procedures are safe, effective and efficient. Here's what you need to know.
Sep 27th, 2018

What Makes Fraxel Laser Treatment More Effective?

You’re looking to rejuvenate your face or improve your scars without surgery, and guess what? You have more options than you can count. Now you know what “an embarrassment of riches” means. How do you choose? We recommend FraxelⓇ laser treatment.
Aug 24th, 2018

How Scar Revision Surgery Changes Lives

Visible scars are often an outward reminder of an emotionally and physically challenging situation. If an unsightly scar is preventing you from living life to the fullest, learn how scar revision surgery can change your life for the better.
Jul 31st, 2018

Liposuction Made Easy: Great Results in Less Time

When it comes to fat, our bodies can be very stubborn about where they’re willing to give it up, despite our most ardent efforts. With liposuction, we can close the gap to your ideal body shape, delivering great results in very little time.
Jun 1st, 2018

A Look Behind Burn Surgery: How It Works

A serious burn causes profound damage, and often several surgical procedures are required to repair damage from a single incident. Dr. Elliott Rose is renowned for his advances in burn surgery techniques.
Apr 26th, 2018

Independent Medical Exam

Some injuries and illnesses require ongoing, costly medical treatment that long outlasts the initial healing phase. An independent medical exam helps ensure necessary future medical fees are covered.
Mar 23rd, 2018

So You’ve Got Skin Cancer: Here Are Your Options

Being diagnosed with skin cancer is scary, but there are many types of treatment options available -- some with success rates as high as 90%. Read on to learn more about different types of skin cancers and the treatments that may be recommended.
Feb 23rd, 2018

Cosmetic Surgery For Dog Bites

I see many dog bites in my practice, and these can be particularly damaging injuries. Conventional knife cuts, for example, typically happen along a comparatively regular cut line, even with serrated knives. But dogs are instinctive creatures who tend to w
Nov 14th, 2017