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Winter 2019 In This issue:

 THE FACTS": Chemical Peel,   Rhinoplasty

 is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery - the only board recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialists to certify plastic surgeons. Dr. Sherwyn has extensive experience in performing many aesthetic procedures. His sensitive treatment of all patients accounts for his national and international clientele.

We hope everyone has an enjoyable Valentine's Day! Come in and visit us this winter for all your aesthetic needs. 

   We like to  stay in touch with our  patients about the latest techniques and offerings from our office. If you misplaced an email you now have access to all our past newsletters and promotions HERE. We look forward to seeing you in the near future.  



                                                      Chemical Peels

Chemical peels may be of superficial, medium or deeper depth depending upon your skin's needs. Glycolic acid is one of a larger group of alpha hydroxy acids, derived from natural sources such as fruit and milk. It is used in varying concentrations as a superficial but prescription-strength peeling solution. Typically administered as a series of peels, glycolic acid preparations work beneath the skin's surface to help loosen and eliminate damaged skin cells, unclog pores and impart a healthier glow. The result is a reduction in the visible signs of aging and sun damage. Chemical peels containing trichloroacetic acid (TCA) or phenol are used for purposes of medium and deep peels, respectively. Unlike deeper peels, superficial peels require no anesthetic and permit immediate return to work or other activities.


The goal of rhinoplasty is to reshape the nose so that it complements other facial features.
Reshaping is generally performed using incisions inside the nose. In some instances, an "open" technique is required which entails the use of an incision on the column of skin between the nostrils. Herein, the nose can be reduced, or built up, by adjusting its supporting structures. This is accomplished either by removing or adding bone and cartilage allowing the skin and soft tissues to assume their new shape over this "scaffolding". In addition, breathing problems consequent to irregularities in the internal structures of the nose can be addressed thereby improving the nasal airway. This can be done as an isolated procedure or in conjunction with alterations which would influence the external appearance of the nose.
Refinement of the nose, unlike any other aesthetic procedure, demands great skill by the surgeon in order to produce the desired result while simultaneously avoiding an operated look. Knowledge of anatomy is critical as is the fundamental concept that alteration of one component part profoundly affects the others thereby exerting a profound influence on external appearance.


Our office maintains an on-site surgical suite for your comfort,
convenience, privacy and  complete safety. This facility has  been fully  accredited by The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare  Organizations (JCAHO), an organization dedicated to raising the level of safety and quality of care in all health care settings. Since 1951, JCAHO accreditation has been recognized as the gold standard in health care.

Can't make it to the city?
We have a Greenwich, CT office. Dr. Sherwyn sees patients Wednesday evenings at:
2 1/2 Dearfield Drive 
Greenwich, CT 06830
Phone: 212.517.2700


Everyone at Dr. Jonathan Sherwyn's office would like to take a moment to show our gratitude to all of our wonderful patients, like you, with whom have been able to develop relationships throughout the years. It has been a privilege providing for your care!