We are very excited to announce the opening of a new exhibition at Dr. Konstantin’s gallery. “Winter Fairy Tales,” by renowned Russian artist Nikita Polyansky, will open just in time for the winter holidays. The opening reception will be held on December 20th from 6:00-9:00 PM. Join us to meet the artist and enjoy live music, wine and other refreshments, and pastries from Payard. Additionally, Alex Solder will be there to showcase and sell jewelry from his distincrive and beautiful collection. To attend, please RSVP to email@example.com. Please view some of Nikita Polyansky’s artwork below:
Dr. Konstantin was invited to appear on Good Day New York morning show to talk about facelifts before 40. We thank the hosts Rosanna and Greg for making us feel welcomed and for the opportunity to discuss this important topic. Please watch the video segment bellow.
Doctor Konstantin and two of his patients are featured in Harper’s Bazaar article about facial rejuvenation for patients in their 30th. Liz Krieger investigates why increasing number of women are going under the knife at an earlier age…
Dr. Konstantin presented “Helpful tips for a facelift surgeon” at the world’s largest gathering of facial plastic and reconstructive surgeons. Being a major presenter at such a conference is a great honor and a recognition of one’s accomplishments and commitment to the field of facial rejuvenation. We would like to thank all of our patients for making this possible!
Acclaimed photographer Michael K. Yamaoka portrays the ideal beauty of “Goddess” figures in legendary settings worldwide. Michael K. Yamaoka unveils an evolving dimension of his work that celebrates the timeless beauty of the female form, in a photographic collection presented at the office gallery of famed plastic surgeon Dr. Konstantin Vasyukevich. Curated by Irina Zinovieva, “Monumental Fantasies” is the culmination of a lifelong dream cherished by the photographer to document the legendary monuments of the world enhanced with the presence of a beautiful female figure portraying the idea of “Goddess” or “Muse”. The beautiful woman herself is monumental—and the contrast … Read More