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Abdominal Contouring: Liposuction or a Tummy Tuck?

Posted by Laurence Weider, MD on July 2, 2019

Should You Have Liposuction or a Tummy Tuck? Most people desire to have a flat, firm stomach, but not everyone can achieve this through diet and exercise alone. Regular diet and exercise may give you… Read More >

What’s trending in breast augmentation?

Posted by Laurence Weider, MD on May 22, 2019

Breast augmentation remains one of the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures in the U.S. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, in 2016, more than a quarter million procedures were performed. Currently, there are… Read More >

Mini vs. Traditional: Which Tummy Tuck is Right for Me?

Posted by Laurence Weider, MD on February 11, 2019

The tummy tuck, also called abdominoplasty, has many different benefits and is known as one of the best ways to rejuvenate the stomach using surgical techniques. However, when considering your tummy tuck options, it’s important… Read More >


Posted by Laurence Weider, MD on September 10, 2015

As the new year 2015 keeps rolling on, we’re looking ahead to developments in the world of plastic surgery. Continued from our previous blog post, here are more predictions: * Eye lift surgery (blepharoplasty) is… Read More >

Plastic Surgery In 2015: WHAT’S COMING UP?

Posted by Laurence Weider, MD on April 13, 2015

As 2015 is off to a rolling start, what will the new year bring in the world of plastic surgery? Medical advancements have made the process of improving one’s appearance safer and easier, encouraging more… Read More >

Seniors’ Cosmetic Procedures Pose No Added Risk, Study Reports

Posted by Laurence Weider, MD on December 27, 2014

Seniors looking to spruce up their appearance can rest easy: A new study reports older men and women are at no greater risk than younger patients of having complications with cosmetic surgery. The study, Safety… Read More >

Covid Update (May 18th, 2020): Your health and safety is our primary concern

Dr. Weider and his staff are currently offering Virtual Consultations to both new and established patients. In addition, we have implemented multiple safeguards in order to resume surgery while ensuring maximum safety for our patients and staff. Our new standards include:

  • Mandatory masks or face coverings for all patients and staff
  • Contactless temperature checks
  • Enhanced cleaning of all exam rooms as well as the operative suite
  • Limiting office visits to the only the patient and one additional person on the day of surgery
  • New enhanced anesthesia protocols to minimize risk of viral transmission
  • Plenty of hand sanitizer!