Minimally Invasive Surgery (BOTOX®) Articles

"Plastic surgery is one of the most creative specialties in medicine. There is simply no other field that combines the artistry, science and technical skill set into a single specialty."

"I love my patients and feel they are some of the most wonderful interesting people I have ever met."

Dr. Ran Rubinstein’s dual board certification, his extensive experience, his commitment to the highest standards, and his role in university education assure you that you could not be in better, more caring hands when having facial plastic surgery.

Steven S. Carp, MD, FACS, is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and has specialized in cosmetic, plastic, and reconstructive surgery since 1993. Dr. Carp understands that plastic surgery requires a combination of skills, technique and an artistic eye; knowing each and every patient has different needs that must be understood. The combination of which presents him with an exciting and challenging career.

Pebble chin is a condition caused by excessive flexing of the chin muscles. For those with this condition it appears that their chin is bumpy and uneven. This condition easily treated with Botox injections relaxes the chin muscles that cause the uneven appearance.

This evolutionary change in fat removal and body sculpting provides the greatest comfort imaginable for the patients, shortens procedure length, and because it minimizes bruising largely, healing is much quicker.

When those deep creases around the mouth and fine lines around the eyes are giving away your real age, a facelift isn’t your only option. Wrinkle treatments such as Botox, Restylane and Juvederm continue to be popular anti aging treatments for those that do not want to undergo surgery, and some researchers suggest that the injections are actually good for your skin.

When it was first discovered in 1870, botulinum toxin was known as 'sausage poison' because it was often found in undercooked meats.

If you’ve been considering brow lift surgery to rejuvenate your face and take a few years off your looks, going under the knife may not be your only option. Today’s advanced technologies in facial rejuvenation include skin tightening treatments and strategically-administered injectable fillers such as Botox.

Erasing the signs of aging has become a national obsession, and both the medical and beauty industry are taking note. Thousands of anti-aging serums line the shelves of beauty counters across the country, and innovative wrinkle removal treatments are filling up appointment books at the medical spa. While some people turn to plastic surgery to redeem their youthful looks, others are steering clear of the knife in hopes of a better solution.