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Fernando D. Burstein, MD, FACS, FAAP
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Often combination procedures, where small changes complement each other, are the best way to achieve subtle, natural looking facial rejuvenation results. Just ask Barbara, our December 2012 spotlight patient.

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Malocclusion, or when the upper and lower teeth do not align properly, may be repaired with reconstructive jaw surgery. https://goo.gl/IBcCig

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It is extremely important to ensure that your plastic surgeon is board certified and that your procedure will be carried out in a licensed and accredited surgical facility. Find out more about the essential steps for plastic surgery safety in my blog: http://goo.gl/XA6750
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With more than 220,000 performed in 2016 alone, cosmetic nose surgery (or rhinoplasty) procedures have consistently been among the most frequently performed forms of plastic surgery.  As a board-certified plastic surgeon and otolaryngologist with nearly…

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Sagging skin around the neck, including slack jowls and the colloquial “double chin”, can often be eliminated through neck lift surgery.

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Reconstructive maxillofacial surgery focuses on rectifying disorders, injuries, and defects of the head, neck, face, and jaw.

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Want to find out what you can do to enhance your face lift results? Have a look at my blog:

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Dynamic facial lines, the result of repeated facial movements or animation, can often be minimized or even eliminated with Botox®. https://goo.gl/wjrv5H
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Rhinoplasty (also known as nose surgery) is an extremely popular surgery among younger patients. Find out what you need to know in my blog: http://goo.gl/b7C4zD

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Reconstructive rhinoplasty can help properly align a deviated septum and, in some cases, alleviate breathing difficulties. Just ask Alexandra, one of our spotlight patients.
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