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Thanks to the innovation of injectable hyaluronic acid dermal fillers, it has never been safer, faster, and easier to reduce signs of aging, boost collagen production, and achieve a natural-looking, more youthful, rejuvenated appearance. Although quick, painless, safe, and long-lasting facial rejuvenation that doesn’t require any downtime whatsoever may sound too good to be true, Dr. Michele Green in NYC is able to provide her patients with exactly that, thanks to dermal facial fillers, like Restylane and Juvederm, and other cosmetic injectables like Botox. Dr. Michele Green is a board-certified cosmetic dermatologist and elite injector, with over two decades of experience in New York’s Upper East Side.

For over 25 years, Dr. Green has been at the forefront of cosmetic facial fillers, and she was one of the first dermatologists in New York to utilize popular dermal filler products like Restylane and Juvederm for facial rejuvenation. If you are looking for a way to refresh and enhance your appearance in a natural-looking, tasteful manner, then schedule a consultation with world-renowned specialist Dr. Michele Green. In her private, boutique dermatology office, located in the Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhattan, you’ll discover how you can look and feel like the best version of yourself in essentially no time at all.

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, approximately 2.7 million cosmetic facial filler treatments were performed on patients in the year 2017 alone. Since then, their popularity has continued to skyrocket. Men and women alike, from NYC to San Francisco, and all over the world, are choosing to forgo invasive cosmetic plastic surgeries and opt for non-invasive treatments with cosmetic injectables. Facial fillers are unmatched when it comes to their ability to smooth away fine lines and deep wrinkles, restore lost facial volume, enhance key facial features, and improve or create dynamic facial contour.

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Voluma – 2 weeks

What are Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers?

Facial fillers are cosmetic products that are injected into the soft tissue in order to produce an anti-aging effect, create contour, or enhance a facial feature. Dermal fillers come in a wide variety of formulations and styles, allowing for expert injectors, like Dr. Green, to design a treatment plan that best suits the various cosmetic needs in the different areas of the face. Whether a patient is seeking to volumize a naturally thin lip, reduce the appearance of smile lines or the nasolabial fold, treat the look of acne scars, or create a more youthful cheek or defined jawline, treatment with dermal facial fillers can help. Dermal fillers are considered to be a non-invasive cosmetic treatment. This essentially means that there is no downtime associated, unlike traditional plastic surgery procedures. Patients love the fact that they can schedule their facial filler treatments with ease and look naturally refreshed and youthful in just a short amount of time.

One of the most commonly used types of dermal fillers is hyaluronic acid filler. Hyaluronic acid facial fillers employ a substance naturally found in the body (hyaluronic acid) to ignite collagen production at and near the injection sites, resulting in an overall revitalized look to the treatment area. Other popular facial fillers include formulations with active ingredients like Calcium Hydroxylapatite and Poly-L-Lactic acid, which have a slightly different mechanism for boosting new collagen and rejuvenating the skin. The goal of a facial filler treatment is to rejuvenate and/or enhance the features of the face, which includes reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, correcting age-related volume loss, and boosting volume in desirable areas like the lips, chin, or cheeks. Depending on your facial anatomy, your unique skin concerns, and your cosmetic goals, Dr. Green will help you to determine which facial fillers are best incorporated into your treatment plan.

What do facial fillers do?

Facial fillers are a popular method used by board-certified dermatologists to treat a variety of issues. They have been widely popularized by countless celebrities and social media influencers who appreciate the anti-aging benefits of hyaluronic acid filler. Facial fillers are often a go-to for men and women who are interested in reducing the appearance of facial wrinkles but that can’t afford the extensive downtime associated with some ablative laser treatments or with cosmetic surgery.

Not only do dermal fillers boost volume in the treatment area, facial fillers can also help to eliminate or reduce the appearance of smile lines (nasolabial folds), marionette lines, and vertical lip lines. They can also be used to improve the appearance of depressed scars, like acne scars, by restoring volume to the depressed area. Cosmetic treatment with facial fillers proves to be an excellent option for patients who are looking to restore lost volume, whether it is a volume that has been lost in the midface as a result of the natural aging process, or simple lip, cheek, or chin augmentation to enhance the contouring of the face.

How do facial fillers work?

Facial fillers are designed to boost the development of collagen within the layers of the dermis, which in turn encourages the creation of volume in the treatment area. The mechanism by which a given dermal filler is able to stimulate collagen production ultimately depends on the type of filler that is being used. Hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers rely on hyaluronic acid to stimulate collagen development and increase skin hydration. Hyaluronic acid is a natural component of the skin that supplies it with a suppleness and youthfulness, and this substance already engages with the aforementioned processes in the body naturally. Due to its impeccable ability to encourage the body’s natural revitalization processes, hyaluronic acid has become a go-to option when it comes to soft tissue fillers and wrinkle fillers. Recent advancements in HA filler formulation allow for cross-linking of the HA molecules to the skin cells, resulting in incredibly natural-looking results. Though HA fillers are the most commonly used, there are other dermal filler formulations available that offer their own unique benefits and have the ability to create volume or contour through other methods. Poly-L-lactic acid, the main component of Sculptra, is used to inject biodegradable volume that is slowly replaced by the body’s collagen development. When you consult with Dr. Green, she will help you to determine which dermal filler treatments are best-suited to your particular concerns and unique facial anatomy.

Who is a good candidate for dermal fillers?

Many people may feel initially apprehensive about getting cosmetic treatment with dermal fillers for fear that they aren’t a good candidate. A good candidate for treatment with dermal fillers is any patient aged 21 or older who is generally in good physical health and has realistic expectations regarding the results of their treatment. Patients who are concerned with treating textural irregularities in their complexion or who want to enhance facial contouring, who have mild to moderate facial wrinkles, or who are interested in naturally enhancing their facial features (such as lip augmentation) are all excellent candidates for facial fillers. If you have allergies or a pre-existing skin condition, you should talk to Dr. Green before having any treatment with dermal fillers. Additionally, dermal fillers are contraindicated for women who are pregnant or currently breastfeeding.

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Botox & Voluma before and after

Which areas of the face can you inject facial fillers?

  • Nasolabial folds
  • Marionette lines
  • Jawline enhancement/ contour
  • Undereye area/ tear trough
  • Frown lines
  • Cheek augmentation
  • Lip augmentation
  • Chin augmentation
  • Acne scars
  • Smokers lines/ lip lines

What are facial fillers made of?

Facial fillers rely on active ingredients that are FDA-approved and have been shown to enhance collagen production within the body. Popular active ingredients include hyaluronic acid, calcium hydroxylapatite, poly-L-lactic acid, and polymethylmethacrylate, among others. These substances are all either synthetic versions of naturally occurring substances in the body or have been proven to be safely broken down within the body’s metabolic processes. Additionally, many dermal fillers contain a small amount of lidocaine (a local anesthetic) to prevent any pain at the injection site for the patient. This inclusion, when coupled with a topical numbing cream during the cosmetic procedure, helps to prevent any potential patient discomfort.

Many of the facial fillers that are used by Dr. Green in her private New York City office are composed of a substance called hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring component in the skin that supplies suppleness and youthfulness to the complexion. By injecting hyaluronic acid dermal fillers into the soft tissue, Dr. Green is able to effectively restore lost facial volume, smooth fine lines, and deep creases, enhance or create facial contour, and augment key facial features. Hyaluronic acid dermal fillers provide a natural-looking, yet phenomenal facial rejuvenation without the need for invasive plastic surgery or a significant amount of downtime. Other common dermal filler products used by Dr. Green are composed of substances such as poly-L-lactic acid and calcium hydroxylapatite. Both of these substances have been shown to induce natural collagen production within the skin in the area into which they are injected, resulting in a restoration of volume and a youthful, refreshed appearance.

Types of Dermal Fillers

There are a variety of dermal fillers available on the market, and each dermal filler offers unique benefits. Though hyaluronic acid fillers are perhaps the most well-known, poly-L-lactic acid, calcium hydroxylapatite, and polymethylmethacrylate fillers are all varieties of facial fillers that can be used to meet specific rejuvenation goals and provide wondrous effects.

Hyaluronic Acid Fillers

HA fillers are long-lasting, non-invasive injectables that have become popular due to their seamless integration into the skin, as well as their reversible nature. The most popular varieties of HA filler are Juvederm, Restylane, and Belotero Balance. Juvederm and Restylane each offer a variety of formulations that are tailor-made to treat different areas of the face and hands.

Juvederm hyaluronic acid

Juvederm is a popular line of HA fillers from the pharmaceutical giant Allergan (makers of Botox, CoolSculpting, and many other aesthetic treatments). Juvederm offers a wide variety of different formulations, including:

  • Juvederm Vollure to treat the appearance of nasolabial folds
  • Juvederm Voluma XC to increase volume in the cheeks, chin, and midface, often used by physicians for creating a “liquid facelift” by reducing overall facial sagging and minimizing the appearance of jowls
  • Juvederm Volbella to create subtle lip enhancement, as well as reduce the appearance of fine lines. It can also be used to reduce the appearance of under-eye hollows due to its gentle formulation
  • Juvederm Ultra to restore facial volume and smooth fine lines and wrinkles around the mouth. ‘Also commonly used for lip augmentation, providing volume and contour to the lips.
  • Juvederm Ultra Plus XC to treat nasolabial folds, smile lines, and marionette lines, as well as to enhance volume in the lips and create contour.
  • Juvederm Volite to provide clinically proven dermal hydration, helping to improve skin quality and elasticity

Restylane family of dermal fillers

Restylane is another prominent product family of HA fillers, distributed by Galderma. The Restylane family of fillers offers a similar array of tailored formulations to that of Juvederm products, though the particle size of each brand differs somewhat. Restylane offers formulations custom-designed for rejuvenation, volume, and facial enhancement, including:

  • Restylane and Restylane-L to correct moderate facial wrinkles in the mouth and eye area, as well as for subtle, natural-looking lip enhancement and acne scars
  • Restylane Lyft to treat severe lines and wrinkles, correct age-related volume loss in the midface, and restore a younger-looking appearance to the hands
  • Restylane Contour to augment the cheeks and correct age-related volume loss in the midface
  • Restylane Defyne to treat severe-to-moderate smile lines and laugh lines, and to enhance the chin and jawline
  • Restylane Refyne to treat moderate-to-mild smile lines and laugh line
  • Restylane Volyme to boost volume and enhance the look of the cheeks, chin, and jawline
  • Restylane Kysse to augment the lips and correct upper lip lines (perioral lines)
  • Restylane Silk to create plump, enhanced lips, and to reduce the appearance of fine lines around the mouth
  • Restylane SkinBoosters deliver dermal hydration and improve the overall health of the skin through a series of microinjections.

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Voluma – 3 weeks before and after

Belotero dermal filler

Belotero is a hyaluronic acid facial filler manufactured by Merz with a small particle size, giving it the unique ability to immediately integrate smoothly into the skin. Belotero Balance is a one-of-a-kind filler because it is created using the proprietary Cohesive Polydensified Matrix (CPM) process. This process produces a smooth, flexible hyaluronic acid gel which readily blends into the natural structure of skin and efficiently, evenly fills in etched-in facial wrinkles and fine lines. This dermal filler product is perfect for correcting the appearance of hollow under eyes caused by a tear trough, as well as for smoothing ultra fine lines around the mouth. Dr. Green prefers to use Belotero for treatment of the under eye area, as it eliminates the risk of producing the Tyndall effect as a side effect. The Tyndall effect is caused by light reflecting off of the particles within the dermal filler after injection into the skin. However, due to the incredibly small particle size of Belotero and the gentleness of this dermal filler product, the Tyndall effect is not a risk with this injectable filler.

Radiesse injectable dermal filler

Radiesse is a calcium hydroxylapatite filler that is FDA-approved to replenish lost collagen under the skin. This particular facial filler relies on a patented microsphere technology to create initial volume in the treatment area while simultaneously igniting collagenases. Through this method of treatment, patients can immediately see an improvement in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in the treatment area, with continued results as new collagen production begins to replace the calcium hydroxylapatite microspheres being naturally absorbed into the body. Radiesse is a popular facial filler for patients seeking to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and deep lines around the nose and mouth, and can also be used to rejuvenate the hands, contour the jawline, and enhance cheekbones.

Sculptra dermal filler

Sculptra is an FDA-approved, biocompatible synthetic injectable that stimulates the body’s process of collagen production. Sculptra relies on poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA), which has been commonly used in medical products like dissolvable sutures and implants for over two decades. Unlike other dermal fillers, the results from having Sculptra injections tend to develop over a 4-6 week period following treatment. Nonetheless, Sculptra is an incredibly popular facial filler option for those who are seeking a “liquid facelift” treatment, as it uses a deep injection technique to create long-lasting results for up to two years. Sculptra is excellent for patients interested in volume restoration in the cheeks, temples, jaw, and chin, as well as for overall facial rejuvenation along the forehead and mouth area. In addition, Sculptra is commonly used for butt augmentation, knee rejuvenation, hand revitalization, as well as for the reduction of stretch marks, cellulite, and acne scars.

Bellafill long lasting dermal filer

Bellafill is a polymethylmethacrylate dermal filler that can help to restore the skin. Its synthetic microspheres of polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) are combined with purified bovine (cow) collagen gel to create a volumizing matrix that supports and enhances the body’s collagen production. It was originally approved for use to reduce the appearance of nasolabial folds and depressed acne scars, and can also be used to add volume to other areas of the face, such as the cheeks.

Potential side effects of facial filler treatment

  • Bruising
  • Erythema
  • Swelling
  • Nodule formation
  • Pain
  • Localized infection
  • Tyndall effect
  • Allergic reactions, though rare, can be serious and for this reason, it is imperative to have your cosmetic injections with an expert injector in a medical setting who can manage any symptoms that may onset

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Juvederm Voluma before and after

Are facial fillers better than Botox injections?

Having cosmetic treatment with dermal facial fillers is an ideal way to rejuvenate skin by restoring volume and inducing collagen production. Although Botox and other neuromodulators such as Dysport, Jeuveau, and Xeomin are cosmetic injectable treatments designed to reduce wrinkles, they differ from facial filler treatments in terms of their purpose and use. Botulinum toxin type A formulations, including Botox, are designed to target and essentially “freeze” the nerve signals to overused muscles that create dynamic wrinkles on the face. Dynamic wrinkles are those which result due to repeated facial expressions. By limiting the motion and overuse of these muscles, Botox can ultimately be used to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles related to facial expressions, and can even help prevent these wrinkles from worsening or forming in the first place.

Since Botox is used to target dynamic wrinkles, it is utilized primarily for the wrinkles on the forehead, glabella, and around the eyes. Facial fillers, on the other hand, treat the wrinkles and fine lines that are caused by collagen loss rather than movement. Both Botox and facial fillers are excellent treatment options for reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. These types of cosmetic injectables should be considered to be complementary treatments above all else, meaning they can be used together in a patient’s treatment plan for achieving pan-facial rejuvenation and an overall more youthful appearance.

What are the best facial fillers?

When it comes to naming the “best facial filler” or identifying the ideal facial filler treatment, there does not exist one “best” option for all patients. Each facial filler product offers a unique formulation that provides its own set of benefits, meaning that what’s best for one patient may not be best for the next. Selecting which facial fillers are best for each individual patient requires thorough experience and expertise. When you work with Dr. Green, she’ll be able to assess your medical history, current skin condition, and aesthetic goals to determine which dermal fillers may be right for you.

How long do facial fillers last?

Facial fillers are a semi-permanent cosmetic treatment. Most hyaluronic acid dermal fillers last between six and twelve months, ultimately depending on the metabolism of the patient and the amount of dermal filler product that was used for their treatment. The most commonly used HA dermal fillers include Juvederm and Restylane products, both of which typically last up to a year. The area into which a facial filler is injected can also influence the longevity of the filler. HA fillers like Juvederm Voluma and Restylane Lyft can last up to one year when injected into the midface. Restylane injections under the eyes, in the tear trough, last six to nine months. Juvederm Ultra Plus lasts approximately one year when used for lip enhancement.

Cosmetic injectables that are composed of substances like calcium hydroxylapatite and poly-L-lactic acid, such as Radiesse and Sculptra, respectively, usually last longer than hyaluronic acid dermal fillers. Radiesse and Sculptra injections generally last for up to two years and, like hyaluronic acid fillers, they are considered to be semi-permanent treatments. The fact that dermal fillers are semi-permanent rather than permanent is considered a great benefit. As we age, our skin concerns, needs, and aesthetics evolve. The semi-permanence of dermal fillers allows for adaptability in your cosmetic treatment plan. As your cosmetic goals shift over time, Dr. Green will adjust your custom treatment plan so that you consistently get stunning, natural-looking, and long-lasting results.

Which facial fillers last the longest?

Bellafill is the longest-lasting facial filler currently available in the world of dermatology, lasting up to five years in duration. Sculptra, when injected to full correction, lasts about two years. Hyaluronic acid dermal fillers, such as Restylane and Juvederm, last from 6 to 12 months, respectively. Restylane Lyft lasts approximately one year and the Juvederm family of dermal fillers also lasts about one year. However, almost all facial fillers offer long-term positive benefits when it comes to achieving overall healthy skin and inducing collagen production, and the results of any dermal filler can easily be continued with touch-up treatments that are strategically spaced 1-2 years apart.

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Fillers in Cheek area – before and after photo

Are facial fillers permanent?

Dermal fillers are typically made of substances that are naturally metabolized in the body over time, which means that the effects are indeed temporary. One of the benefits of dermal fillers, like Juvederm and Restylane, is that the results are not permanent, and can be easily dissolved if you are unhappy with the cosmetic results. Facial fillers have become exceedingly popular over the years particularly due to their temporary nature and can be an excellent option for patients who are seeking a more flexible alternative to permanent cosmetic surgery.

Can facial fillers be removed?

Hyaluronic acid facial fillers are a unique variety of facial fillers in that the effects of treatment are reversible through the use of synthetic hyaluronidase. Hyaluronidase is the substance that breaks down hyaluronic acid naturally in the body. By injecting hyaluronidase into the treatment area, hyaluronic acid facial fillers can be dissolved. Other facial fillers are considered semi-permanent, meaning that their results will fade over 1-5 years, such as Sculptra, Radiesse, and Bellafill, but they cannot, however, be dissolved or removed.

Do dermal fillers have any side effects?

In general, the side effects associated with having dermal filler treatment are mild and often include some skin redness, swelling, or bruising at or near the injection sites. For patients who have dermal filler treatment with Bellafill, a small intradermal skin test will be necessary to ensure that an allergic reaction will not occur during the treatment session.

When dermal fillers with a thicker, denser, formulation are injected into the tear trough area, it can cause the formation of underlying lumps or nodules and/or lead to the development of a bluish tint in the under-eye area. This blue tint is known as the Tyndall effect and occurs due to light reflecting from the facial filler that was injected underneath the skin. In order to avoid this side effect altogether, Dr. Green prefers to utilize facial fillers with a smaller particle size for treatment of the tear troughs and fine lines in the under-eye area, such as Restylane and Belotero. Dr. Green discourages the use of thicker formulations, such as Juvederm or Sculptra, for this delicate area of the skin.

How long does it take for facial fillers to settle?

After having cosmetic treatment with facial fillers, patients may feel anxious and excited to see the final results as soon as possible. While it may be possible to see some of the results immediately after the procedure, there is often a mild amount of swelling at or near the sites of injection. The length of time it takes a facial filler to fully settle varies widely depending on the filler being used. In general, however, hyaluronic acid fillers settle within the first few days post-treatment, once any initial swelling subsides. Radiesse may appear firm on the surface of the skin at first, but this should subside on its own throughout the first few weeks. Results from Sculptra injections take longer than other dermal fillers, between 4 to 6 weeks after injection. Typically, a patient requires three to four treatment sessions with Sculptra injections each spaced about a month apart. Bellafill typically shows initial results within a few days of treatment, though many patients engage in a touch-up treatment 4-6 weeks after their first Bellafill procedure to ensure they have optimal results.

Are facial fillers dangerous?

When facial fillers are administered by a veteran, board-certified medical professional, there is a very low risk for experiencing any serious negative side effects. However, it is important to note that when having facial fillers in a non-medical setting and with inexperienced injectors, patients are at increased risk for developing more severe unwanted side effects. Medical spas and other aesthetic services often advertise that they offer treatment with dermal fillers, though the injectors in these settings don’t always have the training required to avoid or respond to negative side effects.

For example, when these dermal fillers are incorrectly administered, such as injected directly into a blood vessel, serious side effects such as vision impairment or blindness can occur. For this reason, it is vital that you work with an experienced injector with extensive medical training, such as Dr. Green. Dr. Green is a board-certified cosmetic dermatologist who has over two and a half decades of experience safely performing cosmetic injectable treatments. For Dr. Green, the safety and satisfaction of her patients is always her top priority.

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20-29 year old female, Sculptra – 3 months

How much are facial fillers?

The final cost of your facial filler treatment is going to be dependent upon several contributing factors. The experience level of your injector is one of the most influential elements when it comes to determining the total cost of treatment. It may be more inexpensive to have your cosmetic injections with a nurse injector in a medical spa or salon, however, it is worth being extremely selective when it comes to choosing an injector to ensure that you do not encounter any unwanted side effects or concerns. When you choose to work with a board-certified, expert injector, like Dr. Michele Green in NYC, you guarantee that your treatment is patient-centered, your results are exceptional.

In the event that you experience a rare side effect, Dr. Green has the experience and knowledge to best treat and resolve any concern. Other factors that can impact the total cost of your facial filler treatment include the geographic location of the medical office in which you are treated, the number of dermal filler syringes that are used in your treatment, and the types of dermal fillers used. Patients who need to use a greater amount of dermal filler should expect that the total cost of their treatment is higher than patients who are using just a single syringe. When you consult with Dr. Green about facial filler treatment in her private New York City office, you will develop a treatment plan that is suited to your facial anatomy and cosmetic goals, as well as one that is compatible with your budget.

Are facial fillers safe?

Of course! All of the facial fillers that Dr. Green uses have been approved by the FDA for cosmetic use and are completely safe for injection. It is, however, imperative that your filler treatment be performed in a medical setting with a knowledgeable and experienced professional. While there are typically minimal side effects if any, it is important that your injector can advise should anything problematic occur. When you have facial filler treatment with Dr. Green, you can rest assured that you are being treated by an expert injector with over 25 years of experience and the ability to provide you with a safe, comfortable, effective, and satisfactory facial filler treatment.

Do facial fillers hurt?

No! Treatment with dermal fillers is essentially painless. The cosmetic injectables used by Dr. Green are compounded with lidocaine, making the injections themselves fairly comfortable for the patient during the treatment. Additionally, for patients who are sensitive, or for more sensitive treatment areas (such as the lips) a topical numbing cream can be applied to the treatment area one hour in advance of the treatment session. The local anesthetic is applied to clean skin one hour before injections, then cleaned off and the skin sterilized just before the procedure is performed. This step helps to further enhance patient comfortability during the treatment.

Am I too old for fillers?

Injectable dermal fillers are an excellent treatment option for combatting the signs of aging for adults of any age, so long as your skin is healthy and you are continuously satisfied with the results of your treatment. An upper age limit does not exist when it comes to having cosmetic treatment with injectable dermal fillers, and many men and women continue to have dermal filler treatment well into their 60s and 70s. If you are considering having cosmetic treatment and want to better understand whether or not you are an appropriate candidate for dermal filler injections, schedule a consultation with Dr. Michele Green in NYC. Dr. Green takes the time to carefully construct a personalized treatment plan for you that caters to your unique skin concerns and your cosmetic goals. When you choose to work with Dr. Green, you know that you’re entrusting an experienced, skillful, and knowledgeable injector who can deliver the best cosmetic results.

How do I get started with facial fillers in New York City today?

The world of cosmetic dermatology has been revolutionized by facial fillers and other cosmetic injectables, such as Botox. Dermal fillers and Botox injections have nearly eliminated the need for many invasive plastic surgery procedures that usually require adequate planning and a significant amount of downtime. Around the globe, men and women alike are choosing to have treatment with cosmetic injectables to achieve a refreshed, rejuvenated, natural-looking, and more youthful appearance.

Dr. Michele Green is an internationally renowned expert in the field of cosmetic dermatology, who is notorious for her cosmetic artistry and her “less is more” philosophy. Dr. Green boasts over 25 years of experience providing Botox and dermal filler injections with Restylane and Juvederm, laser skin resurfacing treatments, chemical peels, microneedling, and more. Dr. Green is consistently voted as one of the best cosmetic dermatologists in New York by Castle Connolly, Super Doctors, New York Magazine, and The New York Times.

Dr. Green takes pride in the relationships that she builds with her patients and will work with you to design a treatment plan that incorporates the best skin care and in-office procedures for you. Whether your goal is to restore age-related volume loss, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, enhance key facial features, or pan-facial rejuvenation, Dr. Green will help customize a cosmetic treatment plan that works best for you. Please contact us online today or call our NYC office at 212-535-3088 to schedule your consultation with Dr. Green and discover how to look and feel your very best.


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