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Dr. Capek was recently featured in HERLIFE Magazine in the ‘Ask the Expert’ series. Read more about the trend’s Dr. Capek is seeing in plastic surgery, the treatments that are becoming more popular, and her thoughts on the value of cosmetic surgery!
Dr. Capek is a featured doctor in this news piece about injectable fillers, such as Sculptra. There are not too many people who would say they want to look older. In fact, as Americans are living longer, they are searching for ways to feel better. Marcie Fraser reports.
Dr. Capek has been practicing in upstate New York’s Captial District since 1996, serving patients in Albany, Schenectady, Troy and Saratoga. She’s a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon specializing in surgery of the face, breast, and body, and joins WAMC’s Alan Chartock on this edition of Vox Pop to respond to listener questions and comments.
Reconstructive and Plastic Surgeon Dr. Lucie Capek is an expert in minimally invasive treatments, including laser and light-based rejuvenation and body contouring procedures, Botox and injectable fillers. She joins WAMC’s Alan Chartock on this edition of Vox Pop to respond to listener comments.
Do you have a lot of excess skin on your belly? No matter how many sit-ups you do, some doctors say it won’t help. “It doesn’t go away with exercise. The elasticity is lost, the skin is damaged,” said Dr. Lucie Capek.
When a child is born with a deformity, parents will do almost anything to help but what if there is no help, no medical assistance, what’s next? When someone needs advanced medical help, the United States is the place to go.
Every day, medical advances are happening, including surgical utensils like scalpels. In today’s Health Report, plastic surgeons making better cuts.
Professional medical care in the United States is vast, but that is not the case in other countries. In the Health Report, the story of a young Iranian boy who’s life was changed, right here in the U.S.