Dr. Levine discusses how your life experience is worn on your face and how the reflection we see in the mirror is not always just age, but our life experiences.
In this article, the author Emily Listfield discusses how grief and a difficult year created a look on her face that needed refreshing. She spoke with Dr. Levine and was comforted by the procedures she was seeking. “Levine made sure I understood the procedure itself, the risks that all surgery entails, as well as the healing time.”
We all know how a small computer camera used during a zoom call can make us well, not look our best.
In this issue of allure, Dr. Levine discusses how a traumatizing year has contributed to that look and why the neck has been the focus for so many to fix. He says, many of us seemed to “age more than the chronological amount of time that passed in 2020.”
Dr. Levine discusses thread lifts and why there are better options to get the look you want
In this article, Dr. Steven Levine discusses how thread lifts aren’t really new. “Very little is new in my field. Only new marketing. This is clearly one of those examples of something that has been tried and has not been successful in the past, and then companies bring it back.” He continues, “I have never seen a long-term result from threading that I was impressed by.”
One surgeon famous for perfecting the aesthetic of natural-looking breasts is New York’s Steven M. Levine.
The modestly sized, natural-looking breast – is the one that Dr. Levine became familiar with working in the fashion industry in the 2010s. This has now become the gold standard. “I’ve done a few of the most well-known “fashion” breasts”, says Dr. Levine.
It can be hard to say no to a client but sometimes it’s the right thing to do
Top plastic surgeon, Dr. Steven Levine discusses Plastic Surgery in the new world of Coronavirus and Quarantine
Dr. Steven Levine explains why he’s busier now than ever
This Celebrity Plastic Surgeon Has Received a Record Number of Requests During Coronavirus — Here’s Why.
Everything you need to know about Breast Augmentation
In the world of plastic surgery, breast augmentation—otherwise known as a “boob job”—is consistently the leading procedure year after year.
Dr. Steven Levine discusses the best lip treatments
“WHO DID YOUR LIPS?” is not a compliment. Because if someone can tell you’ve plumped your pout, that’s a sure sign it wasn’t done well.
Best Face Forward
Back in the day, plastic surgery often meant older male doctors dictating the noses, cheekbones, and breasts of the women who came into their offices. Now a new generation of surgeons puts listening and subtlety at the forefront.
Plastic Surgery in NYC
Seeing an aesthetic procedure all over social media can breed a strange sort of FOMO. (Hey, we’re not immune.) Yet it may be difficult to distinguish for-the-’Gram fads from truly “Worth It” tweaks.
Top plastic surgeon in NYC
New York City based plastic surgeon, Dr. Steven Levine, sat down with V to discuss his practice. He is one of the most accredited and accomplished plastic surgeons in New York City.
Caroline Vreeland and Steven Levine discuss the female body
The annual tech trade show CES wraps up today in Las Vegas, and this year, the biggest news to come out of the event had to do with a product that wasn’t there.
The T&C Insiders’ Guide to Plastic Surgery
These talented surgeons from across the country are the masters of the subtle lift and tweak that will turn back time—without making anyone do a double take.
Her Regimen: Public Relations Queen Alison Brod
In Spotlyte’s series Her Regimen, influential individuals divulge their most trusted resources for every aspect of their beauty, skincare, and wellness regimens. Consider it your pre-vetted primer to all things gorgeous.
Sclerotherapy for Hands Is Now a Thing
If you’ve ever watched a web of spider veins vanish before your eyes, you’re perhaps already familiar with sclerotherapy. During the treatment, doctors inject an irritant solution into offending veins, which damages their linings, causing them to collapse and shrivel, or close up altogether.