Can You Get Rid of Stretch Marks without Cosmetic Surgery?

A rapid increase and/or loss of weight can lead to unsightly stretch marks that at first appear pink and eventually fade to white “stripes,” blemishing the skin. But what is to be done about these marks to wipe them from your skin forever, starting over with a new slate?

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Unfortunately, while many products promise to dissolve stretch marks with magic lotions and exfoliators, there really is only one known option to entirely remove stretch marks, and that’s cosmetic surgery.

An individual may be able to reduce the look of their stretch marks, depending on the prominence of the marks, by investing in the following options:

* creams and lotions

* exfoliators

* chemical peels

* microdermabrasion

* laser resurfacing treatments

Learn more about cosmetic surgery in Manhattan and how you can boost your self-esteem to obtain the look and confidence you’ve always wanted. Call us today at (212) 380-3634.

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Dr. Konstantin is a double board-certified facial plastic surgeon specializing in artful treatment of the aging face, eyelids, and neck. He performs more than 1,000 facial cosmetic procedures annually, making him one of the busiest facial plastic surgeons in Manhattan.

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Dr. Konstantin Vasyukevich is a board-certified facial plastic surgeon specializing in cosmetic and reconstructive facial plastic surgery for patients throughout New York City, Manhattan, and Brooklyn. His expertise includes facelifts, brow lifts, blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), rhinoplasty, and cosmetic injectables including BOTOX® Cosmetic and fillers.