Why Choose Dr. Parakh?

Dr. Parakh, MD, FACS, was born and raised in India, where her physician parents instilled in her a lifelong dedication to the science and art of medicine. Today, she offers patients a personalized experience in a world-class practice setting, where exquisite, natural-looking results are ubiquitous. Dr. Parakh is certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS), ensuring she has completed exhaustive, in-depth training along with both written and oral examinations covering the full gamut of aesthetic procedures. She is a Verified Doctor and Top Doctor on RealSelf, and has been recognized as one of the Castle Connolly Regional Top Doctors®: 1st Edition and Castle Connolly Top Doctors in the New York Metro Area for the years 2019, 2020, and 2021.

After graduating from one of the top five medical institutions in India, Dr. Parakh made her way to the U.S., where she completed a demanding training program in General Surgery at the New York Presbyterian Queens Hospital.

She was then chosen for an elite combined Plastic Surgery training program at the prestigious Cornell and Columbia Universities at New York Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Parakh subsequently trained at the world-renowned Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, Lenox Hill Hospital, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and Hospital for Special Surgery.

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What is Restylane?

Restylane is a dermal filler made with naturally derived hyaluronic acid (HA). This unique compound is found naturally in youthful complexions and gives the skin its radiant glow and supple elasticity. With age, the body is slowly depleted of HA, resulting in lines, wrinkles, and a loss of volume in the temples, cheeks, jawline, and lips. Restylane injections can help offset this imbalance, restoring an inviting countenance and renewed self-confidence.

What Are the Benefits of Restylane in New Jersey?

  • Creates fuller, more alluring lips
  • Combats nasolabial folds
  • Plumps the cheeks and midface
  • Restores volume in the temples 
  • Corrects hollows beneath the eyes
  • Non-surgical and non-invasive
  • Results last 6-18 months
  • Revives a positive self-image

What is the Treatment Process Like?

Patients can expect a short treatment session of around 30 minutes, making it possible to undergo Restylane injections over one’s lunch break. A topical numbing agent can be used to ensure the patient feels no discomfort during the injection process. Restylane is injected strategically to preserve facial spontaneity while correcting cosmetic imperfections.

Is There Any Downtime After Restylane?

One of the reasons why Restylane injections are so popular is because they come with no recovery requirement. Patients can expect to resume their normal activities right away after their sessions. The process is non-surgical, and no anesthesia is needed.

Following injections of Restylane in New Jersey with Dr. Parakh, patients should avoid strenuous exercise and excessive heat for 24-48 hours. They should not drink alcohol before or after their injections. Minor redness, tenderness, or swelling at the injection sites may occur but these fade away within a day or so and are no cause for alarm.

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Am I a Candidate for Restylane?

Healthy patients over age 21 who are seeking a shorter-term solution for age-related lines, wrinkles, and volume loss will find Restylane to be an excellent option for restoring appearance.

Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should hold off on Restylane injections, as should those who are immunocompromised or allergic to any ingredients in Restylane.


What are the risks?

Is the treatment painful?

What are the risks?

Restylane products carry the risk of mild swelling, bruising, and tenderness at the injection sites, side effects that typically last a few hours to a few days.

Is the treatment painful?

Many Restylane products contain a built-in numbing agent, lidocaine, making the treatment comfortable and easy for most clients. Additional pain relief can be provided by your practitioner if needed.

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