After decades of being the source of jokes, the Jewish nose has suddenly become desirable!
Surprisingly, rhinoplasty or nose job surgery among Jewish teenage girls is in decline. Stars like Barbara Streisand and “Glee” star Lea Michele may be responsible for changing the way Jewish teens view their profiles.
This is not the case with rhinoplasty in other ethnic groups. There has been a rise in Asian, African-American and Hispanic rhinoplasties.
If you are considering this plastic surgery procedure, trust your face (and nose) to a facial plastic surgeon like Dr. Yagoda.
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It may come as no surprise that when considering nasal cosmetic surgery, many people request to have a nose like Natalie Portman’s. After all, we know how strong the desire is to look like celebrities. It is a common lay aspiration. But did you know that it’s not only plain folk that want celebrity features? That’s right!
Pictured here is Zooey Deschanel and Katy Perry, both beautiful and striking with such a close resemblance. Take a look at how much these pairs of celebs resemble each other, here.
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Have you heard of a stem cell facelift?
Courtney Love, former wife of the late Kurt Cobain of Nirvana, is reported to have gotten a stem cell facelift back in 2010. The results are not very impressive. It may sound great, but in fact in many hands it’s little more than a fat transfer with volumizing and wrinkle-filling. I recommend fillers like Restylane, Perlane, Juvederm, Radiesse, Sculptra, LaViv, and Belotero to rejuvenate an aging face and to restore lost volume by eliminating wrinkles.
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Do you have a big nose? A small nose? Large nostrils, small nostrils? A bump on your nose? Do you have a straight and narrow nose? Does your nose curve down and is the tip rounded? Does the bottom of your nose point up or down? Is the bottom of your nose straight?
What does your nose say about you?
Dr. Yagoda is a facial plastic surgeon who performs rhinoplasty, nose job, and revision rhinoplasty procedures in New York City.
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Did you know so many stars get rhinoplasty or nose job surgery? It is one of the most common plastic surgery procedures performed.
As a facial plastic surgeon in New York City rhinoplasty/nose job is one of my most-frequently performed surgeries. It can do wonders for your face, and no, you will not look like a different person, just a naturally refined you…. refreshed, defined, and beautifully balanced.
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If you’re interested in reducing wrinkles, ask me about Botox, Dysport, and filler specials. They work wonders!
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Celebrities may be beautiful, glamorous and rich but they are far
Check out this video about just how not-perfect some celebs really are.
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Bad plastic surgery is more common than you think. Have you seen Lindsey Lohan’s over-implanted lips and face? She could benefit from a lip reduction.
Patients who have been over-implanted, whether it was with or without silicone, come to me often for help and to fix the mistake.
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Rhinoplasty or nose job surgery is becoming more popular with African Americans, according to the annual survey of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
As a facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Yagoda is an expert in rhinoplasties for all ethnicities, always taking care to maintain cultural identity and preserve ethnic heritage, while providing subtle and natural results.
Have a question? Call our NYC office at 212-434-1210, send an email to email@example.com, or contant Dr. Yagoda through her Facebook Page.
An article from US News Health reports that 42% of plastic surgery patients received information and advice from social networking sites, instead of from their personal friends.
If you are interested in any procedure, don’t hesitate to ask- write to me on twitter @DrYagoda, contact me on Facebook, or call the office at 212.434.1210. I’m always here to answer any questions you may have.