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Skincare for Cancer Patients By: Allan E. Wulc, MD
April 28, 2017

50% of patients experience adverse skin conditions caused by radiation or chemotherapy, which range from mild discomfort to extreme sensitivity. At W Cosmetic Surgery we are proud to offer specialty designed treatment for those going through cancer treatment and cancer survivors.
Kybella vs ThermiTight: Which Is Right For You? By: Allan E. Wulc, MD
April 06, 2017

Two popular procedures offered at W Cosmetic Surgery to improve the appearance of the neck and chin are Kybella and ThermiTight. Learn more about their unique benefits and find out which could be right for you.
Beyond MD: Why Credentials Are Important By: Allan E. Wulc, MD
March 01, 2017

You know that an “MD” is a doctor, but what do all those other letters after your physician’s name mean? And are they actually important? The answer is YES! Find out why.
Medical Tourism and Cosmetic Surgery: What You Should Know By: Allan E. Wulc, MD
March 01, 2017

Ahh, vacation. Sun, sand and... surgery? For those traveling abroad for cosmetic surgery, it may seem like the perfect combination. But there are hidden dangers to medical tourism that you might not know. Here's five things to keep in mind before you book that trip. 
How to Choose a Surgeon for Your Facelift By: Allan E. Wulc, MD
February 01, 2017

Facial surgery can have a dramatic impact on your appearance, taking years off your face. But like an medical decision, it’s important to have the facts when choosing a surgeon. Here we share three things to keep in mind when finding the surgeon for your facelift procedure.
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Certifications & Boards
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
American Board of Cosmetic Surgery
American Board of Ophthalmology
American Board of Phisician Specialties
American College of Surgeons
American Society of Ophthalmic Plasic and Reconstructive Surgery
American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
National Academy of Inventors