Cosmetic Enhancements

Non-surgical cosmetic procedures can be great as standalone beauty solutions or in combination with surgery. Injectables and dermal fillers can minimize the wrinkles and increase volume in no time. Proper administration of wrinkle reducers such BOTOX® Cosmetic, Dysport ®, and Xeomin® or columnizing fillers such as Restylane®, Radiesse®, or Belotero® can prove to give men and women a more youthful appearance. Fuller lips and facial features, enhanced cheekbones, and under-eye restoration are common requests. Other minimally invasive treatments such as Cellfina™ can reduce cellulite in the thighs and butt with little downtime and lasting results. Also, ask about LASTISSE™ for long, lasting eyelashes.

Request an appointment time for cosmetic injectable and dermal fillers.

Affiliations

New York State Osteopathic Medical Society
American College of Osteopathic Surgeons
American Medical Association
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
American Osteopathic Association

What clients say

  • I would highly recommend Dr. Buglino. He is absolutely amazing. He made me feel so comfortable in his office and listened to every word I said. He wasn’t in a rush and took his time. I wouldn’t go to anyone else! Awesome DR!

    Satisfied Patient
    loyal client
  • I highly recommend Dr. Buglino …He really takes the time to talk to you to know exactly the look your trying to achieve and tells you all your options…. He is extremely patient and meticulous about his work…Truly talented and professional! Will definitely be a lifer with him!

    A Nice Recommendation
    happy client
  • I would highly recommend Dr. Buglino to anyone. He is not only amazing at what he does as a plastic surgeon, but he is really patient and kind. My son who is only 5 had a terrible gash to his head and Dr. Buglino was so calming with him. When the stitches disappeared it looked like hardly anything had happened. The practice is great and the staff are wonderful. Thanks again Dr. Buglino!!!

    A Great Experience
    Mother of Patient