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What is the best age to consider plastic surgery?

What is the best age to consider plastic surgery?

Whether you are in your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80+ - you can consider updating your look and improving your appearance with a face lift. All ages are welcome to consult with Dr Hirschfeld to see if you are a good candidate for the procedure you are considering....

Best minimally invasive procedures to make you look younger

Best minimally invasive procedures to make you look younger

Minimally invasive cosmetic procedures are a fantastic way to look rejuvenated and brighten up your look with minimal to no downtime. As we spend more time on zoom and want to look your best, consider an evaluation with Dr Hirschfeld to determine what procedures will...

About Liposuction

About Liposuction

Liposuction is a surgical procedure that actively removes fat from specific areas of the body though a suction process. The goal is  a slimmer and shapelier silhouette with less dimpling and bulges. In tumescent liposuction, a solution of saline, a drug to constrict...

Best-Rated Cosmetic Surgery Procedures

Best-Rated Cosmetic Surgery Procedures

Cosmetic surgical procedures performed in the U.S. are on the rise as both men and women strive to look their best. The advent of extensive Zoom meetings has added to the uptrend in procedures. You should schedule a consultation with Dr Hirschfeld to help you make a...

Is Plastic Surgery Right for Me

Is Plastic Surgery Right for Me

If you have reasonable expectations, plastic surgery might be a good choice to achieve the look you want. Whether you want a sharper profile, a chin reduction or a breast lift, you first step is a consultation with a board certified surgeon. You should be completing a...

Can Plastic Surgery remove or reduce acne scars?

Can Plastic Surgery remove or reduce acne scars?

Plastic surgery for acne scars and acne is an excellent option for many people. Dr. Joe Hirschfeld would be happy to see you and discuss your options with you. There are a number of directions for reducing scarring. From laser surgery to fillers, liposuction-fat...

Can Plastic Surgery Remove Scars

Can Plastic Surgery Remove Scars

Are you ready to remove that scar? You can use plastic surgery to remove scars. Scar revision is plastic surgery performed to improve the condition or appearance of a scar anywhere on your body. The different types of scars include: Discoloration or surface...

What is a good age to get plastic surgery?

What is a good age to get plastic surgery?

As a general rule, patients who choose to have a facelift in their early-to-mid forties get a better, longer lasting result than those who put it off until later. Depending on your skin time and exposure to the elements, you may need a lift at a younger age. For older...

Do dermal fillers have long term effects?

Do dermal fillers have long term effects?

Dermal fillers, are injectable treatments that can be performed in your doctor’s office. Dermal Fillers can help smooth lines and replenish lost volume, restoring a more youthful appearance to your face. Schedule your free initial consult with Dr Hirschfeld and find...

What are the pros of plastic surgery?

What are the pros of plastic surgery?

Improved Physical Health is one of the pros of plastic surgery. Plastic surgery procedures can improve your physical health as well as your looks. Rhinoplasty may improve breathing at the same time it improves the aesthetics of the nose. Giving your body a boost...

When is the Best Time to Get Plastic Surgery?

When is the Best Time to Get Plastic Surgery?

When it comes to cosmetic surgery, you want to get the timing right. And when should you schedule your plastic surgery procedure? Plan your procedure well ahead of any events (like a wedding) so you have time to heal, allow reduction of any swelling or redness. If you...

How to find a good plastic surgeon

How to find a good plastic surgeon

You want a Board Certification Plastic Surgeon As you do your due diligence searching for the right doctor, keep in mind you want to be sure that the surgeon you select is board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS).  This lets you know that your...

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