Plastic Surgery & Med Spa Blog

Are You a Good Candidate for a Breast Augmentation?

Published on November 4, 2016

Are you tired of being unsatisfied with the look of your breasts? Whether you’re looking to increase the size of your breasts or enhance their projection, a breast augmentation may be the solution you’re looking for. Plenty of women seek the help of an excellent plastic surgeon to assist them in accomplishing their goals. You […]

Breast Augmentation New Jersey

Published on October 17, 2016

Breast Augmentation is a commonly performed cosmetic procedure performed to enhance the appearance of the breasts to improve the overall proportion of the body or to restore breast fullness that has been lost over time after pregnancy or weight loss. In some cases breast augmentation may also be used to correct breast asymmetry when one breast is […]

Gynecomastia New Jersey

Published on October 12, 2016

Gynecomastia is a common condition where excess breast tissue develops in men creating the un-affectionately named “man boobs.” There are any number of factors that may contribute to this condition from an imbalance in hormones, marijuana or anabolic steroid use, to a simple fluctuations in weight. Gynecomastia can make many men feel very self-conscious and […]

A Look at Microneedling

Published on September 15, 2016

Humans have sought the proverbial fountain of youth for hundreds of years. The more we have searched, the closer we have come to creating our own trickling fountain in the form of wrinkle-reducing injectables and other cosmetic procedures. Most recently, it has been discovered that healing mediators can be encouraged into action using a conservative […]

The Changing Face of Plastic Surgery

Published on August 30, 2016

Trends. They come and go, even in plastic surgery. Earlier this year, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons released accumulated data that demonstrates the changes that have occurred in the field of aesthetic medicine since the turn of this new century we are in. Last year alone, 15.9 million cosmetic treatments, including plastic surgeries and […]

Polish your Beach Body with Cellfina™

Published on August 15, 2016

You’ve scrimped . . . on tasty treats. You’ve crunched . . . literally! And now, you’re enjoying the fruits of your labor; your beach body, that is. But what are those dimples? Isn’t cellulite supposed to fade away along with those extra pounds? Sadly, we hear far too often from women who have put […]

Celebs Continue to Drive Plastic Surgery Trends. Here’s What’s Hot NOW!

Published on July 30, 2016

Celebrity men and women provide us with unending entertainment, both on and off the stage or screen. In addition to gobs of gossip, celebs also drive the fashion and beauty scene. Here’s what peeps like Kylie, Kim, and J.Law have been doing for plastic surgery trends so far this year. Bottom’s Up! Just a decade […]

It’s Swimsuit Season! You’re not Hiding, are You?

Published on July 12, 2016

Every Spring, there is a collective push that sends millions of men and women across the country into a fit of frenzy preparing their bodies for the upcoming summer months. Well, that time is here. Swimsuits are taking the place of sweaters, socks and boots. The question is, what was the result of your months-long […]

It’s Summer! Should You (Chemical) Peel?

Published on June 15, 2016

When you think of peeling during the summer, you usually think of a bad sunburn, something you want to avoid at all costs. Chemical peels are different. This is a method of exfoliation performed routinely by skin care specialists who have been trained to help patients minimize the signs of sun damage and aging. While […]

Anti-Aging Treatments: A Journey through Time

Published on May 30, 2016

With the various advances in technology that have recently taken place, it may seem as though anti-aging treatments are new and inventive. The truth is, the solutions that we have at our fingertips today are a culmination of centuries of trial and error. The Mother of Beauty, Cleopatra, had a herd of 700 donkeys that […]

Beverly Friedlander MD