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KafkaCare

KafkaCare is the Upper West Side Center for a Better You. At our medical spa, we offer cosmetic dermatology and anti-aging treatments, as well as regenerative and functional medicine services. We offer the Pro-Nox nitrous oxide system for painless, anxiety-free care.
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About Dr. Kafka

Dr. Nicole Kafka is a surgeon with advanced training in Aesthetic and Anti-Aging Medicine. She is a cum laude graduate of Harvard College and received her medical degree from Cornell University. She completed surgical residencies at The New York-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center and The Ferguson Clinic, Grand Rapids, Michigan. She has also been involved in laboratory (biochemistry, and cell and molecular biology) and clinical research. She completed post-doctoral research projects at Thomas Jefferson University and The Lahey Clinic. Her work has resulted in published papers on a broad range of topics in peer-reviewed medical journals.
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Skin Resurfacing & Tightening

With Fractora

Skin aging and depressed scars are related to loss of collagen and elastin. Fractora’s fractional radiofrequency treatment tightens existing collagen and stimulates development of more collagen and elastin. Dr Kafka is the only physician on Manhattan’s Upper West Side and in Harlem to offer Fractora.
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Recapture Your Youth

With Filler Injections

KafkaCare uses fillers Juvederm, Voluma, Vollure, Volbella, Radiesse, Restylane, and Belotero to address signs of aging and to enhance appearances as part of its cosmetic dermatology practice at its Upper West Side (NYC) office. Fillers are used for filling in fine lines, eliminating deep wrinkles, making lips fuller, and enhancing facial shape.
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