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Droopy Eyelids?

Learn About Treatments That Improve Vision and Appearance By: Mamta V. Shah, MD, Oculoplastic Surgeon, CareMount Medical January 28, 2021 Our eyes are thought to be our most effective means of nonverbal communication. They are also one of the most sincere parts of the face because they convey our emotions honestly and often times involuntarily. […]

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All About Age Spots

By Ross S. Levy, MD FAAD | Dermatology  Keep Your Skin Younger Longer If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and talks like a duck, then it must be a duck.  When it comes to unsightly skin blemishes, however, this adage does not necessarily apply.  That’s because not all “age spots” are […]

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Bedford Anesthesia, PLLC Joins CareMount Medical To Create One Of The Largest, Full Service Anesthesia Practices In The Hudson Valley

Mount Kisco, New York, January 20, 2017—CareMount Medical is proud to announce the physicians of Bedford Anesthesia, PLLC have joined CareMount Medical. The decision by Bedford Anesthesia to join CareMount Medical became official on January 1, 2017 after a long and successful partnership. With the addition of the experienced staff from Bedford Anesthesia, CareMount Medical […]

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BLEPHAROPLASTY AND BROWLIFT SURGERY

By Douglas A. Roth, MD, FACS | Plastic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery BLEPHAROPLASTY AND BROWLIFT SURGERY The eyes, eyelids, eyebrows and forehead comprise a special area of the face that plays a critical role in the expression of emotion, health and aging.  In all types of social and business interactions we seek to make “eye contact” […]

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Rhinoplasty: Surgery to Improve the Appearance and Function of the Nose

By William D. Losquadro, MD | Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Otolaryngology The term “rhinoplasty” refers to plastic surgery of the nose, and it is one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures in the United States each year.  It is often performed to help people both look and breathe better. Rhinoplasty can be performed in […]

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8 Common Dermatologic Myths

By Ross Levy, MD FAAD | Dermatology, Laser and Dermatologic Surgery 1. Soap is bad for the skin. Soap which should be expanded to include cleansers contain surfactants that are essential for facial care. Water alone cannot rid the skin of excessive oils and dirt and grime that we encounter each day.  For a bright and […]

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Summer Sun Protection

By Melanie Warycha MD FAAD | Dermatology With summer underway, many people are spending more time outdoors. While enjoying the warm weather and longer days, remember to practice sun safety. The most common form of cancer in the United States is skin cancer. More than 3.5 million cases of skin cancer are diagnosed each year, […]

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