BOTOX – the shot that changed the face of beauty, turns 15 on April 12th. Since its FDA approval in April 2002, Botox has gone from a controversial treatment to the must-have cure for wrinkles and it also has countless other medical uses including treating chronic migraines, excessive sweating, Raynaud’s disease, and more.
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) annual survey, Botox was the #1 minimally invasive procedure performed in 2016, having over 7 million recorded procedures performed last year alone.
Dr. Stafford Broumand, a top New York Plastic Surgeon with 740 Park Plastic Surgery who specializes in injectable procedures. Dr. Broumand understands how:
- The Botox Revolution – how it changed the face of beauty
- How it got both women AND men interested in non-invasive cosmetic treatments
- The different variety of medical uses for Botox
Dr. Stafford Broumand, MD
Stafford R. Broumand, M.D., attended medical school at Yale University and completed general surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital. He trained in Plastic Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School. Dr. Broumand completed a fellowship in burn reconstruction at Massachusetts General Hospital/Shiners Burns Institute and another fellowship in cosmetic and craniofacial surgery in France at the College des Medicines de Paris, France – Hospital Necker. Dr. Stafford R. Broumand currently holds a faculty position as Associate Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital, as well as directing a busy plastic surgery practice in New York. Dr. Broumand is a plastic surgeon certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, where he was named as the society President in 2013. Dr. Broumand has dedicated his practice to providing the highest quality plastic surgery to New York patients and those from around the world based on every individual’s goals.