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Minas Constantinides, M.D. F.A.C.S.

Trauma to your child's face: Skip the ER and go directly to a facial plastic surgeon

Jan 31 2015 | Comments (0)
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Trauma to your child is often more traumatic for you, the parent, than for the child. During my 20 years as a facial plastic surgeon, I 

have seen every type of facial trauma to children. I have seen deep cuts through skin to bone. I have seen noses sliced open in motor vehicle accidents. I have seen pit bull attacks by the family dog that crush entire cheeks. I have seen jaws fractured and cheek bones mangled. In every case, the parent has been traumatized as much and often more than the child

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Winter 2015 Special Deal: Free Consultations in January and February

Jan 20 2015 | Comments (0)
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Free Facial Plastic Surgery ConsultationBeginning on January 20, 2015, Dr. Constantinides is offering free consultations for all new and established patients. Are you interested in rhinoplasty, facelifts, implants, or just Botox? Can't decide what would be right for you, a liquid facelift or a real one? What are the pros and cons of what you read online or heard from a friend? Now, you can come in and have your questions answered for free! 

Dr. Minas Constantinides is one of the most well-respected facial plastic surgeons in New York. With over 20 years of experience, he has the judgement to give you the best advice and the skill to give you the best result, no matter what you decide to have. Come in and see what a positive difference Dr. Constantinides can make in your life.

All consultations by appointment only. Contact our office now to make your appointment. Hurry, this offer is only good through February 2015!

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Is it hard to narrow my nasal tip with revision rhinoplasty?

Jan 02 2015 | Comments (0)
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 Dr. Minas Constantinides is a world-renown expert in revision rhinoplasty.  When ear cartilage and/or rib cartilage are needed, the tip can end up looking wide and poorly defined after revision nasal surgery.  Dr. Constantinides avoids this problem by being very careful about where the high points of the added cartilage end up...

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Who says you can't put a bump back after a nose job?

Dec 04 2014 | Comments (0)
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I have a strange and unique practice. Patients who have had previous rhinoplasty and don't like their results come to me to have their noses fixed. This is challenging work. One of the most common things I hear from my patients is, "Doctor, I wish I could just go back to what I had before surgery!"  

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Feeling depressed for the holidays? Scientific evidence now says Botox helps

Dec 01 2014 | Comments (0)
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There is growing scientific evidence that Botox (botulinum toxin type A) helps patients who are clinically depressed. This does not mean the down-in-the-dumps, bummed out depression from missing the cyber Monday sale at Best Buy. It’s the kind of depression that requires potent psychotropic medications like Zoloft, Prozac and Celexa. It’s the kind of depression that can lead to feelings of extreme self-worthlessness and suicide.

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Dr. Constantinides invited to speak about rhinoplasty at Chilean ENT meeting in Coquimbo, Chile

Nov 11 2014 | Comments (0)
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Dr. Constantinides is in Coquimbo, Chile this week to speak about rhinoplasty, as the guest of the Chilean Otolaryngology Society at their annual meeting.“My trip began with a visit to the sister cities Viña Del Mar and Valparaiso, on the Pacific coast about 80 km from the capital Santiago. When I was about 10 years old, and then again when I was 15, I spent a total of 9 months in Viña Del Mar. This was the beginning of my Spanish exposure, and I continued it through my undergraduate studies at Brown University.

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