Plastic Surgery in Upper Manhattan, NY
Dr. Diktaban offers a range of safe and effective cosmetic procedures to patients from Upper Manhattan and surrounding areas of New York City. Dr. Diktaban is a double board certified surgeon who brings 35 years of experience to our practice and strives to enhance your natural features with his expertise and surgical skills. The goal at our Manhattan practice is to enhance the natural beauty of every patient for beautiful, flattering results. This means that every tailor-made treatment plan is geared towards bringing balance to your body proportions so that you can enjoy the best version of yourself. The exceptional and natural-looking results you achieve with us can help boost confidence in your appearance.
Our patients from Upper Manhattan can choose from a range of personalized procedures such as breast augmentation, butt augmentation, facelift, liposuction, and tummy tuck. These procedures are customized to ensure your results fit well with your natural body proportions. We offer several minimally invasive and non-invasive laser procedures to help you get the body contours you desire. Here are the options our patients from Upper Manhattan can choose from:
- Breast augmentation
- Tummy tuck
- Brazilian butt lift
- Body after baby
- Vapor nose®
- V R Imaging
About Upper Manhattan, NY
Upper Manhattan is the most northern region of the New York City Borough of Manhattan. It is generally taken to include the neighborhoods of Marble Hill, Inwood, Washington Heights, Harlem, East Harlem, and parts of the Upper West Side including Morningside Heights and Manhattan Valley. The George Washington Bridge connects Washington Heights in Upper Manhattan across the Hudson River to Fort Lee in New Jersey. It’s also the world’s busiest motor vehicle bridge. Even though it is not a major center of tourism, Upper Manhattan has some attractions. These include Grant’s Tomb, the Apollo Theater and the Cloisters, Sylvia’s Restaurant, the Hamilton Grange, the Morris – Jumel Mansion, Minton’s Playhouse, Sugar Hill, Riverside Church, the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, and the Dyckman House. Visitors can also enjoy the Fort Tryon Park, Riverbank State Park, Sakura Park, and most of Riverside Park.