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Dr. Konstantin contributes to New Beauty Magazine article detailing the signs of “bad” facelift surgery. Here are some of the answers that did not make it to the article: Are there any signs of “bad” plastic surgery that you see often/are common? The most common sign of “bad” plastic surgery is unnaturally pulled look. That happened a lot with the old fashioned facelift. Fortunately, it is exceedingly rare today. What’s a sign of “good” plastic surgery (going to assume you don’t even notice it!)? With an expertly performed facelift it becomes exceedingly difficult to notice any signs of surgical rejuvenation. The … Read More
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In an ideal world, we’d all be wearing designer labels, driving luxury cars, and getting our facelifts from top-rated NYC plastic surgeons like Dr. Konstantin Vasyukevich. The reality, however, is that most of us ride the subway, we only buy designer clothes from thrift stores, and we have mortgages to pay, retirement savings to worry about, and many other bills that keep us from “living the dream,” so to speak. The average person is far more concerned with rent and groceries than they are with plastic surgery, but that doesn’t stop people from wanting to experience things they can’t easily … Read More
And yes, you read that correctly. If you’re currently in or past your thirties then the title of this article might sound a little counterintuitive. That’s because age – for those of us who remember watching The Golden Girls while it was still on air – isn’t the sort of thing we’re really prepared to embrace. After your 21st birthday, age isn’t really something to look forward to anymore, let alone rush towards. Rather, we try and reverse it or at least conceal it as much as possible. At best, we’re taught to ignore it and live as if it … Read More