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Nasal Surgery to Improve Sleep

Nasal Surgery to Improve Sleep

There is no better feeling than waking up in the morning feeling refreshed after a good night’s sleep.  Some patients rarely achieve this feat and therefore feel tired and sleepy during the day.  There are many causes of daytime sleepiness, but today I want to focus on abnormal breathing during sleep.  This is referred to Continue Reading >>

Is FaceTime Affecting Plastic Surgery?

Is FaceTime Affecting Plastic Surgery?

It is impossible to keep up with the latest and greatest technologies, such as the newest smart phones, the fastest laptops, and the smallest portable devices.  One of the most popular apps on Apple products is the FaceTime app, which allows Apple users to connect via video camera (similar to Skype) through their Apple products.  Continue Reading >>

Kobe Bryant Broke His Nose and Will Be Seeing an ENT

Kobe Bryant Broke His Nose and Will Be Seeing an ENT

The NBA all-star game is all fun and games until someone gets hurt. Unfortunately, Kobe Bryant broke his nose this year while playing in the game.  As I was watching the game, I saw that Kobe was hit in the nose and immediately his nose started to bleed.  Bleeding is the first sign of a broken Continue Reading >>

Documentary About a Plastic Surgeon Wins an Oscar!

Documentary About a Plastic Surgeon Wins an Oscar!

As I discussed in a blog post a few weeks ago, a film documentary about a London-based plastic surgeon was recently nominated for an Oscar.  The film, entitled Saving Face, won the Oscar last night for Best Documentary.  During Hollywood’s most glamorous evening, my favorite moments were not the critiques of Hollywood’s latest fashion trends or who went to what Continue Reading >>

Mom Buys Eight Year Old More Than $12000 Worth of Plastic Surgery

Mom Buys Eight Year Old More Than $12000 Worth of Plastic Surgery

I have performed many reconstructive plastic surgeries on children, mainly to repair cleft lips, cleft palates, otoplasties, and vascular malformations.  Growing up with the two of the most loving parents and a loving sister, I have always been surrounded by a caring and generous family.  All mothers express their love for their children in different ways.  Some Continue Reading >>

Cosmetic Surgeries Performed in 2011

Cosmetic Surgeries Performed in 2011

Research shows that there were 1.6 million cosmetic surgeries done in the United States during 2011. http://flowingdata.com/2012/02/24/changing-face-of-plastic-surgery/ As you can see, there were more facelifts, lip augmentations, dermabrasions, and cheek implants performed in 2011 compared to the year 2000, while nose jobs, blepharoplasties, and forehead lifts were down for the year 2011. Jonathan Kulbersh, MD, is Continue Reading >>

Four Main Causes of Wrinkles and Their Treatments

Four Main Causes of Wrinkles and Their Treatments

As we age, wrinkles are formed by four different mechanisms: 1)      The constant movement of muscles causes creases and wrinkles in the face.  The medical term for these creases is dynamic rhytids, and they are commonly found on the forehead, between the eyes (frown lines), and around the eyes (crow’s feet). Treatment:  Botox, Continue Reading >>

Increase in African American Rhinoplasty

Increase in African American Rhinoplasty

When African Americans seek facial aesthetic plastic surgery, they overwhelmingly choose to undergo a rhinoplasty, also known as a nose job, 88% of the time.  Check out many more interesting facts about African American rhinoplasty in the link below! http://www.aafprs.org/media/stats_polls/m_stats.html Jonathan Kulbersh is a specialist in ethnic rhinoplasty.  He trained in Beverly Hills with one of the Continue Reading >>

Why I Recommend a Chemical Peel During Facelift Surgery

Why I Recommend a Chemical Peel During Facelift Surgery

A facelift surgery is a powerful procedure to reverse the signs of aging, which can be tailored to fit the unique goals of the patient.  There are a few basic goals of a rhytidectomy (facelift surgery): 1)  Fix a turkey neck (sagging neck skin under the chin) 2)  Improve definition of the jawline 3)  Raise Continue Reading >>

Nasal Implants and Why I Choose Not to Use Them

Nasal Implants and Why I Choose Not to Use Them

Today, I had to do an unfortunate revision nose job that I believe could have been prevented.   Some nose jobs, also referred to as rhinoplasties, require that the profile or bridge of the nose be built up in order to help the nose fit the face.  This is commonly the case in ethnic nose jobs including African American Continue Reading >>

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