Articles by Dr. Kapadia

Fractional CO2 Laser – Before and After treatment

Before treatment Indications & Contraindications The CO2 laser is used for skin resurfacing. The laser works by delivering energy to vaporize small columns of tissue. As new skin grows back in the vaporized areas, patients may note an improvement in skin texture,...

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Postoperative Instructions

Post-Operative Instructions - Eyelid Plastic Surgery Apply ice or a cold pack (most patients prefer a bag of frozen peas) to the area of surgery for the first two days after surgery.  This is essential for reducing the amount of swelling and bruising. We recommend...

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Travelling for Eyelid Surgery

  Traveling for Eyelid Plastic Surgery Hello and thanks for your interest in traveling to Boston for your surgery. Read this document carefully, as it contains many of the commonly asked questions by patients who wish to travel for procedures. Feel free to call...

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Cosmetic Botox

Botox treatments provide a great way for many people to improve facial wrinkles without having surgery. Botox is the most common cosmetic treatment performed by physicians in the United States, with over 3.8 million procedures done each year.

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What to expect after lower eyelid fillers

Injecting fillers under the eyes is a very difficult and nuanced procedure. Very few doctors perform these injections due to the complexities of treating this area. Dr. Kapadia is one of the most experienced doctors in the country with this procedure and has treated more than 2000 patients with under eye fillers.

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