“The biggest trend over the past decade within the area of facial plastic surgery is the continuous shift toward a desired natural appearance after surgical rejuvenation. Many of the most popular cosmetic facial procedures are now minimally invasive. Patients are gravitating toward these types of treatments, which improve the appearance of the face and skin, making them look younger but not different.” —New York facial plastic surgeon Konstantin Vasyukevich, MD
Konstantin Vasyukevich, an assistant clinical professor in the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Monte@ore Medical Center and a cosmetic surgeon in Manhattan, added that for students considering getting a dual degree, now could be a good time to do so.
Here at Dr. Konstantin’s facial rejuvenation practice we are fully committed to our patients’ safety. We observe strict cleaning protocols and require everyone to wear masks and use hand sanitizer. I addition, our treatment rooms are disinfected between patients with intense UV light and sterilizing air filters are used throughout the office to ensure safe air quality. We are also fully committed to providing our patients with the best possible results of their facial rejuvenation procedures. Whether you are looking for a facelift here in NYC, or just want to get rid of a few wrinkles with Botox, we will … Read More
Regular use of appropriate skin care is one of the most important aspects of cosmetic medicine. Choosing the product that is just right for your skin should always begin with understanding of the ingredient list. Most consumers are well familiar with common ingredients of skin rejuvenation preparations such as retinoids, vitamin C, peptides and hyaluronic acid. However, there seem to be some “mystery” ingredients that are listed on the labels of virtually every cosmetic product, yet very few people seem to know what these are. In this article Dr. Konstantin demystifies one of such ingredients – carbomers.
Here at Konstantin Vasyukevich, MD, we are taking your health very seriously. We are keeping our regular business hours in order to provide all the necessary medical care to our patients. In order to protect everyone from exposure to COVID-19, we have made some changes in how we arrange patients’ appointments. In addition to a strict cleaning protocol and rigorous hand sanitizing, we are limiting in-person appointments to only those medically necessary. Follow up visits and new consultations that do not require in-person presence in the office will be conducted via FaceTime, Skype or WhatsApp. Please be safe and stay … Read More