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New Low-Impact Cosmetic Surgery Treatments Revolutionizing Industry
Date:11/28/2007

Surgical Innovations Eliminate Risks of General Anesthesia - With Virtually

No Pain, Scarring or Bruising

CONCORD, Mass., Nov. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- New England Cosmetic Surgery is challenging the risky practices of traditional cosmetic surgery with new treatment innovations that eliminate use of general anesthesia. New England Cosmetic Surgery today introduced the first low-impact body sculpting practice in the Northeast, headed by renowned Surgeon Dr. Steven Margolis -- bringing revolutionary minimally-invasive treatment to improve body image with virtually no pain, scarring or bruising.

From safe new breast augmentation and liposuction breakthroughs, to even less invasive skin treatments using radio frequency heat treatment, the procedures are so minimally-invasive, patients typically walk out of the office on their own after surgery -- and can shower the very next morning.

Experts report that over 16 million Americans choose to have cosmetic surgery procedures each year. Dr. Margolis applied his unique background as a cancer and general surgery expert, with a decade's experience as one of New England's leading cosmetic surgeons, to push the barriers of traditional plastic surgery. He pioneered new cosmetic surgery approaches that achieve the same results without the pain, cost and recovery time typically associated with plastic surgery under hospitalization.

"Whether you're looking to restore body image after a pregnancy, eliminate fat that can't be lost through diet and exercise, or achieve new body contours you've always dreamed about, cosmetic surgery is changing the lives of millions of Americans," said Founder Steven Margolis MD, FACS, New England Cosmetic Surgery. "Technology and innovation have made great strides in our field. New laser technology can rejuvenate skin on the molecular level, reforming collagen just like in the teenage years, and can even eliminate the need for a knife as an alternative to minor liposuction."

When actual surgery is needed, Dr. Margolis leverages the latest breakthroughs, allowing New England Cosmetic Surgery to perform the most complex procedures with just the smallest of incisions, under only pure local anesthesia. Pain is so minimal, patients stay awake during the procedures and have input over the changes being made to their bodies.

Dr. Margolis' practice is the first cosmetic surgery facility in all of New England dedicated to exclusively low-impact treatment -- focused upon advanced use of new pure tumescent surgery practices, along with cutting-edge laser and radio frequency heat treatments. Patients in New England now have day-surgery treatment options for everything from removal of varicose veins to breast enhancement, from the doctor who helped to pioneer many of the new innovations.

New Treatments Revolutionizing Cosmetic Surgery

Dr. Margolis left his role as chief of surgery for a Boston-area hospital, turning his attention to cosmetic practice ten years ago. He understands safety and pain are the biggest concerns patients have about restoring their body image. Tumescent surgery is a breakthrough in cosmetic surgery, developed with safety in mind.

With pure tumescent surgery, patients avoid the primary cosmetic surgery risk of general anesthesia, because they are not put to sleep -- the less invasive surgery only requires an oral sedative complemented by pure local anesthesia (no intravenous medication). Incisions for tumescent surgery procedures are so small they don't even need to be stitched, and leave no scarring! Low-impact treatments performed at New England Cosmetic Surgery include:

-- Breast Augmentation -- Dr. Margolis is the only cosmetic surgeon in the New England area currently performing breast augmentations with pure local anesthesia. To learn more about this safer, more affordable breakthrough read more online at http://www.necosmeticsurgery.com/breastaugumentation.html.

-- Tumescent Liposuction -- Dr. Margolis was first in New England to offer this non-invasive technique performed as day-surgery, without general anesthesia. Patients walk out of the office at the end of the treatment, need no prescription pain killers, and can shower the next morning. Read more online at http://www.necosmeticsurgery.com/liposuction.html.

-- Radio Frequency Skin Tightening and Cellulite Treatment -- Dr. Margolis was the first in New England to offer radio frequency laser treatment to smooth wrinkles, tighten skin and shape targeted areas of the body without liposuction. The non-invasive treatment produces better results, faster than other skin treatments, because it doesn't just treat skin; it actually stimulates production of new collagen. Read more online at http://www.accentyourbody.com.

-- Varicose & Spider Vein Elimination -- Dr. Margolis was first in New England to pioneer non-invasive treatment for varicose and spider veins using only pure local anesthesia using a similar approach to tumescent surgery, called Micro Incision Phlebectomy. To learn more about the low-impact procedure, as well as laser treatment options, read more online at http://www.necosmeticsurgery.com/veinelimination.html.

-- Laser Hair Removal -- This safe, effective and enduring treatment for removing unwanted hair is fast and gentle. Dr. Margolis was the first in New England to perform laser hair removal in 1996. Read more online at http://www.necosmeticsurgery.com/hairremoval.html.

-- Facial Rejuvenation -- Expensive creams and treatment won't properly penetrate and benefit the skin without applying the primary steps to facial rejuvenation such as Microdermabrasion and glycolic peels. Read more online at http://www.necosmeticsurgery.com/facialrejuvenation.html.

About New England Cosmetic Surgery

Founded with the philosophy of safety being as important as surgical excellence, Steven F. Margolis, MD FACS, uniquely combines more than a decade's experience as a general surgeon for several of Boston's leading hospitals, with over 10 years of private practice as a cosmetic surgeon. Every patient gets individual attention with privacy assured in our well appointed office suite. We know great results and patient satisfaction are achieved from direct feedback, and referrals coming in from across New England and New York. For the safety of our patients, every procedure we do is with pure local anesthesia, and leverages the latest proven innovations in non-invasive cosmetic surgery. For more information on New England Cosmetic Surgery (formerly New England Vein & Lipo Center), visit http://www.necosmeticsurgery.com

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