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- Help for excessive sweating
After the procedure, Kristi Tonndorf of Cornwall bought two fitted button-down blouses — one in hot purple and the other an aqua blue.
- Cellulaze – More Than a Temporary Fix?
Permanent treatment for cellulite. Really? Can it be so?The procedure, called Cellulaze, focuses on the fat below the skin, and attacks the brittle structural bands that are the real cause of that dimpled look.
- New Laser Liposuction Procedure is Available
Smartlipo Triplex, a new method of laser-assisted liposuction, is now being offered at Laser & Cosmetic Surgery Specialists in Newburgh, according to Dr. Ran Rubinstein, board-certified facial plastic surgeon, medical director and founder.
- Cosmetic procedures become less invasive, more affordable
13.1 million cosmetic plastic surgery procedures were performed in the United States last year, an increase of 5 percent over 2009. There was an increase in both surgical procedures, such as breast augmentation, and nonsurgical procedures such as Botox and soft-tissue filler injections such as Juvederm
- Boomers take active role in maintaining health, vitality 2/6/2011Rubinstein, who at 43 just missed out on being a boomer, says he’s seen a dramatic increase in the number of boomers seeking his services. Particularly popular are the non-surgical procedures that can be performed in an office visit, like injecting fillers or Botox treatments for wrinkles.
- Best face forward: Why are more ‘average guys’ having cosmetic procedures?
6/9/2010Who’s more appealing: the Grim Reaper with his sunken eyes and hollowed-out cheeks or a Muppet Baby?
“There’s a built-in response. People are attracted to Muppet Babies and run from the Grim Reaper,” says Burt H. Shulman, 57, of Wappingers Falls. “Over the last 10 years, I noticed that people weren’t looking at me and smiling anymore. Cashiers would keep their heads down, their eyes down. This was not what I was used to.”
- Inside Health Article
As we age, lots of things change, including our skin. It loses elasticity, develops dark spots and scaly patches. It sags, making us look and feel old. With a new year on the horizon, who wants to look old? But there’s good news …
- Best Face Forward
10/8/2009Plastic surgery was once the only process available to restore a youthful facial appearance. But the technology exists today to produce near-surgical-quality results without invasive surgery.
- Putting Your Best Face Forward in a ‘More Natural’ Way
10/7/2009“Natural is in; artificial is out,” says Dr. Ran Y. Rubinstein, M.D., medical director of Laser & Cosmetic Surgery Specialists, P. C., in Newburgh.
- The Aesthetic Guide 8/ 2009 Anti-Aging Skincare Products Drive Practice Profitability
The three D’s of Aging used to explain the aging process – the steps usually occur in the following order: 1. Deterioration of the skin; 2. Deflation or loss of facial volume; and 3. Descend or sagging of the skin.
- Hudson Valley Magazine
6/2009Who says you can’t fight Mother Nature? Fighting the signs of aging is easier than ever, thanks to Dr. Ran Rubinstein, of Laser & Cosmetic Surgery …
- The Hudson Valley Press
Looking younger without surgery – among the first in the tri-state region offering two new aesthetic solutions to turn back the clock on aging and sun damaged skin.
- Understanding Sinusitis Dr. Ran Rubinstein Guest Commentary
5/2/2009Is it a cold? Allergies? Sinus infection? All three can cause sinusitis – which is quite simply inflammation of the sinuses. The challenge is knowing which one you’re dealing with so it can be treated properly and as quickly as possible.
- Q&A With Dr. Ran Y. Rubinstein, Plastic Surgeon
3/4/09Balloon treatment can help relieve sinus infections…The Hudson Valley is also known as Sinus Valley, says Dr. Ran Y. Rubinstein, principal physician of Laser & Cosmetic Surgery Specialists P. C. in Newburgh.
- Times Herald Record: Newburgh Physician Adds Certification Fellowship
2/18/09Dr. Ran Y. Rubinstein, principal physician of Laser & Cosmetic Surgery Specialists and ENT, Allergy & Sinus Practice, 200 Stony Brook Court, Town of Newburgh, has been named a fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy.
- Modern Medicine: Quality and Value! Ran Y. Rubinstein, MD, 2/1/09
Dr. Rubinstein was interviewed on the state of plastic surgery during these difficult economic times in the most recent Medical Economics Issue. He discussed how we have been able to make cosmetic procedures more affordable to our patients without compromising results and patient satisfaction.
- Laser & Cosmetic Surgery Specialists, PC GRAND OPENING!
11/19/08 4-7PMIt was two years in the making. We have relocated to 200 Stony Brook Court. The new state of the art facility has ample parking and separate private entrances for the medical spa and certified office based surgical suite.
- Hudson Valley Magazine: Medical Profile June 2007
“You have only one face; why trust it to anyone other than a specialist?” asks Dr. Ran Y. Rubinstein, a board-certified facial plastic surgeon who prides himself on bringing Manhattan’s sophistication and care to the Hudson Valley.
- Times Herald Record How To Guide Page 1: Spring 2007
Times Herald Record How To Guide Page 2: Spring 2007
Did you know that there are several names and variations associated with the face lift procedure? Depending on individual needs, patients with varying facial conditions will need different variations on the face lift. Here’s some information to keep in mind if you’re considering a face lift.
- Hudson Valley Magazine : Keeping Up Appearances January 2007
Hudson Valley doctors are performing many new, noninvasive cosmetic procedures that are less time-consuming – and less expensive – than traditional plastic surgery. Welcome to the non-cutting edge. By A. J. Loftin
- Times Herald Record Inside Health: Winter 2006
There’s an effective new, non-surgical way to treat skin problems, ranging from acne to sun damage to potentially dangerous lesions. The quick, easy process is known as photodynamic therapy or PDT, and physicians and patients alike are raving about the results.
- Times Herald Record A Subtler, Gentler Face-Lift
11/2/05Nowadays, “subtle” is what many people are looking for in their quest for the surgical fountain of youth. “Wow, you look great” sounds a whole lot better than “Wow, nice face-lift.”
- Times Herald Record Nonsurgical Way To Tighten Up Facial Skin
You’re just not a big risk-taker. But the good news is you don’t have to be. Thanks to technology like Thermage, a noninvasive skin tightening method that utilizes radio frequency energy, a niche has been carved out for kindlier procedures which are touted as providing more natural-looking results than some of the cosmetic techniques of yore
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