Dr. Prasad was a featured speaker at The Aesthetic Show at The Aria Hotel in Las Vegas on to teach physicians about his techniques for performing PRP (platelet rich plasma) treatment and The Vampire Facelift. “I was impressed by the large number of people who attended the lectures and workshops,” comments Dr. Prasad. “I know from doing these procedures for a long time that people are very happy with using their own material to restore volume in the face and have glowing skin.”
Dr. Prasad discussed the benefits of an authentic Vampire Face-Lift Procedure as well as other Vampire PRP applications including combination PRP therapies as the future of autologous skin rejuvenation and repair.
Prasad Cosmetic Surgery teams up with Eliza’s Eyes
Eliza of Eliza’s Eyes and Celebrity Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Amiya Prasad launched their joint event, “The Ultimate Night to Beautiful Eyes” on April 12, 2011 at Dr. Prasad’s office on East 66th Street. Eliza, better known as “The Queen of the Arch”, was very excited to have Dr. Prasad as a joint sponsor for this event. Dr. Prasad is known internationally for his artistry with rejuvenation of the eyes and is the author of the book, “The Fine Art of Looking Younger, A Leading Cosmetic Surgeon’s Guide to Long Lasting Beauty”. He is known as the “go to surgeon” for naturally beautiful eyes.
Both Eliza and Dr. Prasad have been featured in the media and are frequently seen with celebrities at events and fundraisers in Manhattan and the Hamptons.
At the “Ultimate Night to Beautiful Eyes” event, both Eliza’s team and Dr. Prasad’s team performed samples of their state of the art services for the attendees to be featured in their forthcoming “Ultimate Guide to Beautiful Eyes”. Dr. Prasad provided anti-wrinkle treatment around the eyes (crow’s feet lines) using new technology called Pelleve (non-surgical radiofrequency stimulation of collagen while Eliza and her team of associates worked their eyebrow shaping magic. The combination of rejuvenation services provided that evening allowed many people to go home that night feeling younger and glamorous!
Dr. Prasad and Eliza frequently work together after cosmetic eyelid rejuvenation surgery. “Eliza does a beautiful job shaping the eyebrows. She makes everyone’s eyes look even better after eye surgery” comments Dr. Prasad.
Eliza commented “Dr. Prasad is an artist in his surgery and we share a common philosophy in how we look at people’s eyes It’s not about trends that come and go but rather about looking at the balance of someone’s face and enhancing the beauty of the features that are there. He’s a great guy and we work very well together as a team.”
Fall was just beginning to enter the NYC atmosphere and I was feeling swanky, so I geared up and dolled up to vibe and mingle with the sociable types.Perfectly enough, Swatch was holding their Men’s line launch party at the new Gaansevoort Hotel in Manhattan hosted by Nikki Reed from Twilight. Swatch’s new line was spectacular, they used artists as inspiration to design the bands for the watches. My absolute favorite was the one for “Billy the Artist”, yes ladies and gentlemen he actually goes by that name and I’m not sure if that’s one of the reasons I loved it even more. My second favorite thing of the night was the champagne and to my delight there was lot of it! I got to sip on a few glasses of joy while I chatted it up with Adrien Field from the Huffington Post, my good friend and social media guru Gregory Littley, and celebrity plastic surgeon Dr. Amiya Prasad. Also in attendance were recording artist Chris Brown and Alexandra Osipow from High Society just to name a few. – by Sarah Eggleton
Dr. Prasad Provides Highly Sought-After Facial Care Gift Package for Silent Auction to Support Equine-Based Cause
Fundraiser Brings in Nearly $10,000
New York City: September 22, 2010 – Celebrity Park Avenue Facial Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Amiya Prasad lent his support to recent Work to Ride Charity Event and Fundraiser hosted by Polo superstar and model Nacho Figueras, helping to raise nearly $10,000 to support Work to Ride (www.worktoride.net). This is a program that uses the opportunity to work with horses to help troubled teens and pre-teens from ages 7 to 19 to sort out their lives and break destructive behavior patterns before they become ingrained.
The private polo match and cocktail-party held at Two Trees Farm in Bridgehampton, New York as part of the 2010 AVANTAIR Sunday Classic was attended by many East Coast socialites, trendsetters and celebrities all eager to support the worthy cause. These charitable celebrities included Kelly Bensimon, former model and star of “The Real Housewives of New York City” and Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri, photographer and star of Bravo TV’s “Double Exposure,” along with singer-songwriter Matt White.
In addition to attending the event, Dr. Prasad donated a highly-valued facial skincare gift package for the silent auction fundraiser. Other donated high-value silent auction items included autographed memorabilia from famous musicians, sports legends and actors. From the entertainment world, these included an autographed Taylor Swift CD, an autographed Bono album, personally-signed guitars from James Taylor and Avril Lavigne, as well as autographed photos of actors Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino.
From the sporting world, silent auction items included autographed baseballs signed by Phil Rizzuto and Robinson Cano, dinner with Polo celebrity model Nacho Figueras. Fashion items were also auctioned, including a dress from Jill Stuart, a ring from Judith Ripka and tickets to the NYC Fashion Show presented by Charlotte Ronson.
Additional funds were raised for the charity through ticket sales and donations. In total, nearly $10,000 was raised for the Work to Ride charity.
Work to Ride is a 501c3 non-profit, community-based prevention program that aids disadvantaged urban youth through constructive activities centered on horsemanship, equine sports and education.
The program is housed at Chamounix Stables, located in Fairmont Park, Philadelphia. This setting provides a rare opportunity to bring urban youth in contact with animals and nature. Work to Ride is designed as a long-term program for 7-19 year old youth, who must commit to a minimum of one year of participation.
It is however, expected that participants will choose to remain with the program through high school graduation. Work to Ride graduates receive help with college enrollment, and most also choose to return to mentor new participants.
Dr. Amiya Prasad (www.prasadcosmeticsurgery.com) is a pre-eminent Manhattan and New York area facial cosmetic surgeon with offices in Park Avenue Manhattan and Garden City Long Island. He is the author of the forthcoming beauty guide, “The Fine Art of Looking Younger – A Leading Cosmetic Surgeon’s Guide to Long Lasting Beauty.”
For more information about Dr. Prasad, or to arrange an interview, please contact Mary Vail at email@example.com or at 702-289-2225
On Saturday, July 24th, New York City Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Prasad was amongst the guests who attended the Mercedes-Benz Polo Challenge Opening at Blue Star Jets Field in Bridgehampton. Other guests included Kourtney Kardashian, Amber Rose, and model/athlete Nacho Figueras. Visit links to see photos.