New York, NY (PRWEB) December 11, 2013
The world-renowned Dr. Lewis M. Feder recently presented on new advances in cosmetic medicine at the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine annual meeting.
The American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine is one of the largest groups of cosmetic physicians. Dr. Feder was a lecturer at their annual meeting, which took place in Orlando, FL. He discussed two topics in his presentations: facial rejuvenation and autologous fat transplantation in conjunction with Russian Aptos ® Threads.
Dr. Feder is a board-certified dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon, with unparalleled experience for more than 25 years. He has pioneered and developed many procedures himself, such as Feather-lift and chemo-dermabrasion. The use of the patient’s own tissue, fat grafts to the face, hands and other body parts, is a major advance, with a technique developed by Dr. Feder and Dr. Fournier of Paris, France. These grafts are more permanent, more aesthetic and natural appearing than any other techniques and are known as “a face-lift with no scars.”
In addition to his active aesthetic practice, Dr. Feder is an expert in treating skin cancer and many other aspects of dermatology, including acne, hair loss, facial scarring and keloids. Furthermore, the doctor has developed his own line of highly effective skin treatment products.
For more information about Dr. Feder and his practice, visit his website at http://www.federmdny.com/.
About the Company:
Dr. Lewis M. Feder is at the forefront of cosmetic procedures for the face and the body. Feder is a board-certified dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon of more than 25 years practicing on Fifth Avenue in New York City. In addition to his spacious and glamorous Fifth Avenue offices, Dr. Feder has his own certified operating rooms, where he performs many of his procedures. He specializes in facial rejuvenation, facial fat grafting, lipo-sculpture, fat injection and many other anti-aging techniques, including hormone replacement. Visit his website at http://www.federmdny.com/ for more information.