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Dr. Adam Rubinstein Interviews with eHealth Radio Network

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Adam J. Rubinstein discuss the following:

1. Tell me about your practice – areas of expertise, where you are located and how long have you been practicing and why you chose your profession?
2. I know you are a patient advocate – tell me what people should watch out for; and be aware of when choosing plastic surgery procedures?
3. What are some of the most innovative and exciting new procedures you are doing non-invasive and others?
4. How has social media impacted the plastic surgery business?
5. What else do you want to share with people when choosing plastic surgery and how can people reach you and find you?

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EmSculpt: Non-Invasive Procedure Promises to Sculpt Muscles, Shed Fat

Are Beauty Standards Pushing Black Women Into Dangerous Back-Alley Surgeries?

When news broke last month that a fake doctor had been sentenced to 10 years in prison for killing a woman with toxic butt injections, a lot of attention was given to what is known as “back-alley surgeries” or “black market augmentations.” What wasn’t talked about? The reason many of the people who suffer the often-deadly consequences of these procedures are black women. Click to read full story

This business helped transform Miami into a national plastic surgery destination. Eight women died

MIAMI – Just after dawn, the women arrive. They come in taxis and rental cars, to a strip mall clinic tucked between a barber shop and a discount shoe store. They fly in from across the country for deals they can’t get back home – thousands of dollars off cosmetic surgeries, available, if they like, on payment plans. Inside, the lobby looks like any other surgery center: polished white floors, sleek, modern furniture, a large flat screen flashing images of beautiful bodies. But this clinic is run like a factory assembly line, where individual doctors – many with little specialized training – line up patients and operate on as many as eight a day, an investigation by USA TODAY and the Naples Daily News has found. Click to read full story

Inside the cutthroat combination of plastic surgery and social media

In South Florida, an area known for its high volume of successful and botched plastic surgeries, social media has brought a whole new level of craziness to the industry. Plastic surgeons are blogging, posting on Instagram and creating stories for Snapchat that often show real patients undergoing procedures in real time. These South Florida surgeons — who practice under a variety of titles — are exposing each other’s mistakes, battling negative patient reviews, swiping each other’s before and after photos and pushing the line between appropriate and vulgar. Click here to read the full article

Shaping The Future Of Minimally Invasive Aesthetic Facial Surgery With Ellevate

Aesthetic medical science is currently experiencing a scientific revolution. Until recently, full invasive surgical procedures such as Facelifts or Necklifts were the only choice, however, a recently introduced procedure called Ellevate™ has been met with great interest by the aesthetic medical community. In this interview with Aesthetic Insider™ Radio, Florida based plastic surgeon, Adam J. Rubinstein, MD, a pioneering early adopter of the new Ellevate™ minimally invasive surgical procedure for lowerface, jawline and neck rejuvenation discusses why he chose to train in the Ellevate™ procedure and offer it to his patients. As with all new scientific technologies and procedures, the early adopter pioneers such as Dr. Rubinstein are critical to the growth of aesthetic medicine and its best practices because they are the surgeons who perform new procedures using new technologies that will ultimately help shape and set the medical standards and surgical protocols for the next generation of surgeons… Read More

Ellevate™ – Shapes The Future of Facial Aesthetics

Plastic Surgery in Miami, FLAesthetic medical science is currently experiencing a scientific revolution. Until recently, full invasive surgical procedures such as Facelifts or Necklifts were the only choice for many patients, however, a recently introduced procedure called Ellevate™ has been met with great interest by the aesthetic medical community. In this interview with Aesthetic Insider™, Florida based plastic surgeon, Adam J. Rubinstein, MD, a pioneering early adopter of the new Ellevate™ minimally invasive procedure for lower face, jawline and neck rejuvenation discusses why he chose to train in the Ellevate™ procedure and offer it to his patients. As with all new scientific technologies and procedures, the early adopter pioneers such as Dr. Rubinstein are critical to the growth of aesthetic medicine and its best practices because they are the surgeons who perform new procedures using new technologies that will ultimately help shape and set the medical standards and surgical protocols for the next generation of surgeons. Dr. Rubinstein discusses his work with the new Ellevate™ procedure as well as the new ICLED® light guided suture rod system, which is necessary to perform the Ellevate™ procedure… Read More

South Florida doctor attempts to help woman with botched cosmetic surgery

Managing Your Practice Marketing and ROI

An Interview with Dr. Adam Rubinstein  with Aesthetic Insider™ on how he has built a successful plastic surgery practice in a highly competitive market, and how keeping track of ROI is the key to his success.

Good Day Chicago Interview, Avoid Botched Procedures with Research

Dr. Rubinstein was featured on Telemundo discussing the use of Sculptra as a filler

Dr. Rubinstein Discusses Treatment for Patients with Botched Plastic Surgery

NBC 6 News

Importance of Seeking a Surgeon with a Board Certification

Which do you think is the most natural looking: fat grafting or implants?

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Which do you think is the most natural looking: fat grafting or implants?

I don’t think there’s one straightforward answer – it depends on the tissue the patient has to begin with, and what the patient is trying to achieve. There are so many variables. There are things you can do with fat grafting that you can’t do with implants, and vice versa.

What can you do with fat grafting that you can’t do with implants?

Fat grafting can be used anywhere it’s needed when you’re trying to change the shape of the breast a little bit. Click here to read the full article..

Cosmetic Town

Click here to view an education article on Thermitight™ written by Cosmetic Town based on an exclusive interview with Dr. Rubinstein.

LaOpinión

Dr. Rubinstein speaks with Spanish news, LaOpinión, about the new nonsurgical technique to tighten loose skin, Thermitight™. Click here to read more!

“New Reflections” Radio Archives

Cosmetic Town

Click here to view an education article on Thermitight™ written by Cosmetic Town based on an exclusive interview with Dr. Rubinstein.


La Opinion

Dr. Rubinstein speaks with Spanish news, LaOpinión, about the new nonsurgical technique to tighten loose skin, Thermitight™. Click here to read more!


“New Reflections” Radio Archives

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New Reflections features a variety of all things aesthetic. From skin care products to treatments with injections to surgical options we’ll discuss anything and everything in the world of aesthetics, health and beauty. Learn about all the latest and greatest offerings as Dr. Rubinstein explains the good, the bad, and the soon to be not so ugly, based on years of experience.

Click here to listen to Dr. Rubinstein’s archived radio shows.


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Dr. Rubinstein talks about the benefits of brachioplasty (arm lift surgery) with CBS Miami. “When you think about how many people are losing weight now through lap bands, gastric sleeves, gastric bypass and just exercise and diet, people are really thinking about their weight and dropping pounds. Well that comes along with baggage,” said Dr. Rubinstein. Click here to view the entire article.

CBS Miami

Dr. Rubinstein talks about the benefits of brachioplasty (arm lift surgery) with CBS Miami. “When you think about how many people are losing weight now through lap bands, gastric sleeves, gastric bypass and just exercise and diet, people are really thinking about their weight and dropping pounds. Well that comes along with baggage,” said Dr. Rubinstein. Click here to view the entire article.

Dr. Rubinstein Discusses Customized Plans to Meet Patient’s Goals

Dr. Rubinstein helps a woman repair cosmetic damages caused by illegal buttock injections

Brazilian Butt Lift Deaths in the Plastic Surgery Industry

In a recent article published by Newbeauty.com, Dr. Adam Rubinstein details several reasons why so many patients either die or suffer from life-long complications from plastic surgeries. In the case of 40-year-old Kizzy London, her botched Brazilian Butt Lift resulted in a fat embolism which claimed her life. Dr. Rubinstein warns potential clients about physicians who falsely advertise their services and certifications. He stresses that while having a medical degree certifies someone to practice medicine, it does not inherently mean that a physician has the qualifications to be a competent plastic surgeon… Read More