Non-surgical procedures

Fillers for Sly Upgrades

By Plastic Surgery Specialists of New Jersey
June 15, 2019

We will always love fillers. Not only do they require very little downtime after they’re done, they give us the most amazing results. But, even if you’ve had fillers or Botox, we bet there’s at least one way to use them that you haven’t heard of yet. Keep reading to test your knowledge of how ... read more

Which Fillers Last The Longest?

By Plastic Surgery Specialists of New Jersey
March 6, 2019

First time users of dermal fillers aren’t all the same. Some people are confident and come in, sit down, and let us do all the heavy lifting. Other people are complete opposite! Some patients come in with a million questions about every aspect of dermal fillers that they give us a good refresh on everything ... read more

Plastic Surgery Trends: Fillers

By Plastic Surgery Specialists of New Jersey
August 13, 2018

Does anyone else get really excited to learn about upcoming trends in the beauty world? They say that if you choose a profession you love, you’ll never work a day in your life, and we are definitely feeling good about what we do today! Learning about new trends, technologies, and treatments gets us so excited ... read more

Dermal Fillers: For Faces and Hands

By Plastic Surgery Specialists of New Jersey
July 13, 2018

What do you do when you first meet someone new? If you’re like many of us, you’ll stick out your hand to shake theirs. But, when you’re shaking someone’s hand, do you ever worry that they are judging yours? If you’re lucky, you have the combination of good care and great genetics working for you. ... read more

Facial Fillers: The Options

By Plastic Surgery Specialists of New Jersey
April 5, 2018

April is the month to celebrate beauty, and you may be considering cosmetic treatments with dermal fillers to reduce wrinkles and enhance your features. The immediate benefits of facial fillers are why injectable treatments are amongst the most popular cosmetic solutions for men and women. Several companies have introduced anti-aging gel products that help with common ... read more

Time For A Little Spring Cleaning

By Plastic Surgery Specialists of New Jersey
March 12, 2018

Now that Winter is behind us, it’s time to get ready for Spring. Dry, cold air takes a toll on your skin, and you may also need to freshen up your appearance a bit. Three of the best ways to give your face a rejuvenated look are chemical peels, Obagi® Blue Peel and laser resurfacing. Peel ... read more

Double Down on that Double Chin

By Plastic Surgery Specialists of New Jersey
November 15, 2016

Double usually are good things. For sure a double double for the Nets is a good night. A double for the Mets usually results in a run. Doubling down at Atlantic City can be good, if you receive the right cards. But when it comes to the area beneath our jawbone, double is a dirty ... read more

Laser Skin Resurfacing for a Younger and Healthier Appearance

By Plastic Surgery Specialists of New Jersey
April 15, 2016

If you have blotches, scars, wrinkles or lines on your face, you may want to consider laser skin resurfacing. This safe and effective technique uses focused beams of light to remove surface skin, which then prompts new skin cells to form. The result – skin with a tighter, younger looking surface. Read on to learn ... read more

Make Your Botox Results Last!

By editor
November 15, 2015

Botox has given many customers around the world the younger-looking faces that they want. The downside of Botox is that the results do not last a lifetime. Because of this, doctors recommend multiple sessions in order to maintain your refreshed look. In addition, you can do your part to making your Botox last! Here are ... read more

Kybella Bergen County NJ

By editor
September 11, 2015

Frank J. Ferraro, MD of Plastic Surgery Specialists of NJ located at 2 Sears Drive Suite 103 Paramus, NJ 07652 has noticed very little swelling with his Kybella patients after their injections. The normal mild swelling can occur for four to five days after Kybella but little has actually occurred. Local anesthetic is used to ... read more