Gregory Diehl, M.D.

Specializing in Reconstructive Plastic Surgery of Skin Cancer

Board Certified in Plastic Surgery since 1992

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Newsletter 2015 vol. 1: Time Magazine Features Dr. Gregory Diehl’s “Before & After” Photos!


Published on August 21, 2015 by
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Time Magazine Features Dr. Gregory Diehl’s “Before & After” Photos!

August 21, 2015, Long Island, New York — What an honor it is to be featured in Time magazine. More than two decades into practicing plastic surgery in Long Island, New York, Dr. Diehl was asked by none other than Time magazine to feature his “before & after” face/necklift photos in an article on plastic surgery in its June 29, 2015, issue.

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The article (“Nip. Tuck. Or Else.” page 45) highlights the rapidly growing acceptability of plastic surgery in society, emphasizing that plastic surgery has become increasingly “mainstream” because of continued advances and refinements in surgical techniques. People really can’t tell whether someone has had plastic surgery or not.

The “before & after” photos they chose are a great example of how a procedure can take years off one’s face and still leave it looking as natural as it did a decade earlier. The patient’s friends and family members usually say things like “Oh, did you do something different with your hair?” or “You look great! You must be well rested.”

Dr. Diehl had this to say about the Time article: “I’m very pleased that Time decided to use my patient’s face/necklift photos as an example of modern plastic surgery.  I am proud to be able to provide people with subtle plastic surgery that is so popular today.”

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