Our experts in plastic surgery and dermatologic surgery at Hackensack University Medical Center are at the forefront of emerging technologies in minimally invasive cosmetic procedures. New technologies and products are now available, which can achieve excellent results with minimal downtime for patients. There have been tremendous advances in the use of lasers, fillers and botulinum toxins so that treatments can be tailored to the individual needs of each patient.
While you are at Hackensack University Medical Center, you will be treated and cared for by highly qualified board-certified surgeons who are skilled in state-of-the-art plastic and reconstructive techniques to improve appearance, enhance self-esteem, correct congenital defects, and improve functioning.
All of the plastic surgeons on staff at Hackensack University Medical Center are certified by the American Board of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. This important distinction attests to their medical expertise and their commitment to high standards of patient care, professional excellence, and continuing education. Likewise, all of the anesthesiologists on staff at the medical center are certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology. The anesthesiologists who work alongside surgeons during plastic and reconstructive procedures have been carefully selected for their expertise in ambulatory surgery.
Our administrative director, Theresa Ebel, can assist you in answering your questions or in locating a plastic and reconstructive surgeon.
In addition to lasers, the injection of a variety of fillers has allowed physicians today to truly re-sculpt the face. Depending on the individual’s needs, there is now a dizzying array of fillers to choose from.
BOTOX® Cosmetic is the most popular cosmetic procedure in the country and one of our most requested services. Quick, safe and effective, BOTOX® reduces or eliminates facial lines and wrinkles for up to six months with no downtime and little to no discomfort.
Fraxel re:pair treatment tightens the skin, actually defending against the loose, saggy skin that typically comes with age. Fraxel re:pair uses points of light to precisely treat thousands of microscopic areas of your skin.