Dr. George Yang, MD in New York, New York
Name: George Yang, MD
Last name: Yang
Began aesthetic medicine in: 2005
Years experience: 15
Primary Specialty: Facial Plastic Surgeon
Business: Millennium Facial Plastic Surgery, PLLC
Address: 132 E 76th St.
Address suite: Ste. 2B
Phone: (347) 352-9642
International phone number: +13473529642
City: New York
State: New York
Zip Code: 10021
Statement: Our boutique facial plastic surgery practice offers an extremely personalized surgical experience and a commitment to excellence. At our office, patient care truly is the bottom line.
Consulting Fees: 150$
Consultation note: Consultations are scheduled for 1 hour. If an injectable procedure (botox or fillers) is performed during the initial 1 hour appointment, then the consultation fee is waived.
Has Sponsored Offer : No
Special Offer Treatments: Restylane, Sculptra Aesthetic, Dysport, Restylane Silk, Restylane Lyft, Restylane Refyne, Restylane Defyne
End Time: 12/31/2020
Detail: Sign up for Aspire Galderma Rewards prior to your appointment to receive $20 off on each treatment listed below: Dysport®, Restylane® family, Sculptra® Aesthetic.
Offer #2: Complementary virtual consultations
Special Offer Treatments: Botox, Cheek Lift, Neck Lift, Juvederm, Facelift, Lower Facelift, SMAS Facelift, Restylane, Perlane, Cheek Augmentation, Facial Fat Transfer, Eyelid Surgery, Brow Lift, Nonsurgical Facelift, Nonsurgical Nose Job, Chin Implant, Hyaluronidase, Double Eyelid Surgery, Lip Augmentation, Chin Liposuction, Mini Facelift, Chin Surgery, Dark Circles Under Eye Treatment, Wrinkle Treatment, Acne Scars Treatment, Eye Bags Treatment, Injectable Fillers, Earlobe Surgery, Asian Rhinoplasty, African American Rhinoplasty, Voluma, Volbella, Deep Plane Facelift, Restylane Silk, Jaw Reduction, Restylane Lyft, Vollure, Restylane Refyne, Restylane Defyne
End Time: 11/30/2020
Detail: Virtual consultations via Skype by appointments only.
- Lenox Hill Hospital
- Undergraduate: BA, Biology, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 1993
- Medical: MD, Cornell University Medical College, New York, NY 1999
- Internship: General Surgery, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, 2000
- Residency: Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, 2004
- Fellowship: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA, 2005
- Board Certification: American Board of Facial Plastic Surgery (2007-2017)
GPS coordinates on map: 40.7499,-73.98799896
Map point: 40.7499,-73.98799896
- Acne Scars Treatment
- Acne Surgery
- African American Rhinoplasty
- Asian Rhinoplasty
- Brow Lift
- Cheek Augmentation
- Cheek Lift
- Chin Implant
- Chin Liposuction
- Chin Surgery
- Dark Circles Under Eye Treatment
- Deep Plane Facelift
- Double Eyelid Surgery
- Ear Surgery
- Earlobe Surgery
- Eye Bags Treatment
- Eyelid Surgery
- Facelift Revision
- Facial Fat Transfer
- Facial Reconstructive Surgery
- Forehead Lift
- Injectable Fillers
- Jaw Reduction
- Laser Resurfacing
- Lip Augmentation
- Lower Facelift
- Mini Facelift
- Neck Lift
- Nonsurgical Facelift
- Nonsurgical Nose Job
- Nose Surgery
- Restylane Defyne
- Restylane Lyft
- Restylane Refyne
- Restylane Silk
- Revision Rhinoplasty
- Skin Rejuvenation
- SMAS Facelift
- Wrinkle Treatment
Profile views: 46642
Answer count: 224
Review count: 50
Anonymous votes: 65
Offer count: 2
Profile created: Nov 17, 2007
Profile modified: Aug 25, 2020
Profile promotion: Yes
Profile inactive: No
Premier status: Performance
Linked url: https://www.GeorgeYangMD.com
RealCare Promise: Yes
Directory link: Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon
RealSelf’s PRO: Yes
Doctor Designation Start Time: Sep 11, 2019
Doctor Designation End Time: Jan 1, 2033
- New York, NY, US. GPS coordinates: 43.2994,-74.21790314
- Staten Island, NY, US. GPS coordinates: 40.6067,-74.16239929
- New York, NY, US. GPS coordinates: 40.7561,-73.98699951
- Manhattan, NY, US. GPS coordinates: 40.7499,-73.98799896
- Long Island, NY, US. GPS coordinates: 40.767,-73.52539825
Latest ratings of treatments
- Restylane (Sep 2020) – 5/5
- Restylane (Sep 2016) – 5/5
- Injectable Fillers (Aug 2019) – 5/5
- Restylane (Aug 2020) – 5/5
- Eyelid Surgery (Jul 2018) – 5/5
- Scars Treatment (May 2020) – 5/5
- Restylane (May 2020) – 5/5
- Injectable Fillers (Oct 2019) – 5/5
- Eyelid Surgery (Jan 2020) – 5/5
- Restylane (Apr 2020) – 5/5
- Lip Augmentation (Mar 2020) – 5/5
- Neck Lift (Feb 2020) – 5/5
- Restylane (Jul 2015) – 5/5
- Restylane (Mar 2014) – 5/5
- Injectable Fillers (Sep 2019) – 5/5
- $600 – Sep 2020 – NY, NY
- $1600 – Sep 8, 2016 – New York, NY
- $1200 – Jul 9, 2015 – Manhattan, NY
- $1000 – Mar 3, 2014 – New York, NY
Injectable Fillers Prices
- $1000 – Aug 22, 2019
- $1500 – Oct 1, 2019
Eyelid Surgery Prices
- $3500 – Jan 14, 2020
Lip Augmentation Prices
- $950 – Mar 9, 2020
Start Time / End Time
Apr 13, 2020 /
Nov 30, 2020
Feb 15, 2019 /
Dec 31, 2020
Sep 6, 2018 /
Dec 14, 2018
In addition to the complementary Facelift and Necklift evaluation, we will be offering special pricing for these procedures, for a limited time. Contact us for more details. 🙂
Feb 18, 2020
Your first photo appears to be your younger photo. In general, you don't appear to have aged very much between your current photo and your younger photo. Note the younger photo was taken with a professional camera looking directly at eye level into the lense. The second photo is a selfie taken with your phone, only a couple of feet away looking at yourself in screen of your phone. This makes you look downwards which makes more eyelid show, and can...
Feb 18, 2020
I think the photo comparisons between Selena at a red carpet event versus your selfies are not a fair comparison. I do agree your face is thinner than Selena's, but the photos you have taken are likely from a smartphone and from less than 3-5 feet away. Selena's red carpet photo is particularly flattened out, since the photographers are using telephoto lenses from outside of the red carpet, and from 20-30 feet away. The telephoto lens naturally flattens...
Feb 4, 2020
I have operated on patients for a necklift who had either Thermage, Ultherapy, or other energy based non-surgical skin tightening. I did not think the surgical anatomy was compromised after these non-surgical treatments. I worry that when seeing these younger patients may have crepier neck skin from the energy delivered to the skin/dermis causing a small amount of subcutaneous fat loss directly under the dermis. Younger patients or patients who are...
Jan 29, 2020
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Jun 27, 2019
Thanks for the follow up question with photos. In my practice, I would compare your current appearance to your younger photos where you don’t look tired.
Why do I do this? Careful analysis of where the actual fat loss is occurring comparing an old photo to a current appearance will better help with accurately diagnosing the problem.
Since your username is DrKPorter, I might surmise that you are a physician. If a density were found on a CT scan, chest X-ray or a mammo...
Jun 22, 2019
More often than not, the loose skin is more of a “deflated brow” and using upper eyelid filler reverses the volume loss and not...
Jun 19, 2019
Any type of fat of significant fat reduction (weight loss, lipo, and non-surgical fat loss injections or machines) will likely unmask the platysma muscle bands which are hidden under the fat in the double chin.
If you are okay with minimal to no change in your profile with slightly less “fullness”of the double chin, then it should be fine to not have a lower face/necklift.For those of you looking for a more ideal neck/chin profile, the key procedure I would want people to researc...
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May 19, 2019
To perform the corset platysmaplasty, you will need an incision under your chin along the chin wrinkle. The size of the incision can be as little as 1/2” (my preference) to as wide as 1-2” depending on the surgeons ability to operate through the incision to corset the platysma muscle edges. I prefer using a headlight and looking through the 1/2” keyhole. Other surgeons use a 1/2” wide lighted retractor with a built in 1/4” fiberoptic light actually designed for this procedu...
Apr 30, 2019
On your before photos, you have deep set eyes which you like. The 1 week after photo show a fuller, puffier brow which you do not like. At 3 weeks, it is beginning to become more hollowed again perhaps as the swelling goes away.
The injections between the eyebrows can cause swelling around the brow area which may have given you the puffy brow.
Your 3 week photo perhaps was in the morning, but I can see a bit of hollowing returning.
If you take a selfie in the evening I think...