Edit ModuleEdit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Demand Leads to Expansion for Pittsburgh Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Marc Liang of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery of Pittsburgh offers a long menu of non-invasive services that will leave patients looking and feeling more vibrant.

Dr. Marc Liang of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery of Pittsburgh welcomes his patients with an enthusiasm for life.

Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, Dr. Liang is a Clinical Associate Professor of Plastic Surgery in the School of Medicine of the University of Pittsburgh and a Clinical Preceptor for the Master of Physician Assistant Studies at Chatham University. Dr. Liang attributes his success to the artistic eye of his mother and surgical talent of his father. He has built an empire based on his dedication to his patients. He is well known for his artistic attention to detail and for achieving naturally beautiful results, and he takes pride in spending the necessary amount of time with every patient to ensure that they receive optimal individualized care throughout all stages.

His office, located in the East End of Pittsburgh, is fully equipped with state-of-the-art technology and an expert staff. This year, Dr. Liang fulfilled a dream and expanded his practice. As demand has grown, Dr. Liang saw the need to separate his services into surgical and non-surgical divisions. He has doubled the size of his office, which allows for more privacy for patients and the separation of surgical and non-invasive procedures. The expansion has also allowed treatment rooms to be dedicated to individual services.

Technology continues to advance in regards to anti-aging procedures, and Aesthetic Plastic Surgery features one of the number one factors in anti-aging — a Sciton laser. The only one of its kind in Pittsburgh, the Sciton Laser helps patients to boost collagen, reverse sun damage and reduce wrinkles, pigmentation and brown spots. 


Aesthetic Plastic Surgery continues to be the leading office in Pittsburgh to offer plastic surgery and injections, but also offers a long menu of services such as CoolSculpting, Ultherapy and Exilis.

Dr. Liang hopes the combination of education and technology in his medical spa will teach patients that the aging process can be slowed down significantly.

Sponsored content is created and paid for by the marketer.

Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module

Edit Module Edit ModuleShow TagsEdit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit Module
Edit ModuleShow Tags

The Latest

Back to School: 20 Famous Pittsburghers' Yearbook Photos

Can you put names to the faces of these notable Pittsburgh graduates?

Pirates’ Epitaph: July 2019 – The Bucs Stopped Here

Clint Hurdle’s team was respectable, and in a contending position at the All-Star break. Then the bottom fell out, and the Pirates have looked like Little Leaguers ever since. All that remains now is to see how far they can actually sink.

The 400-Word Review: American Factory

This impressive documentary, produced in part by Barack and Michelle Obama, is loaded with insight and perspective.

The 400-Word Review: The Peanut Butter Falcon

"The Peanut Butter Falcon," an indie comedy with great performances, thinks a bit more of itself than it earns.

The 400-Word Review: Ready or Not

Don't mistake this for another half-hearted teen scream. "Ready or Not" is an enjoyable horror satire.

Don't Let Headlines Keep You Away from the South Side

The weekend volcano went off on East Carson on Saturday night. That doesn't mean the neighborhood has a fundamental problem.

Steelers Challenge: Making the Most of Big Ben’s Final Years

The Steelers couldn’t find a franchise quarterback between Terry Bradshaw and Ben Roethlisberger. Now, with Roethlisberger as the sole remaining link to the team’s Super Bowl success, the time for another championship run is now — or it might not be for a while.

Restaurant Review: Alta Via

With its first new restaurant in 15 years, the big Burrito Restaurant Group proves it still has it.

The Amazing and Important Things Being Taught Off Campus

For Pittsburgh’s universities, some of the most dynamic research and learning take place beyond campus borders.

A Helping Hand: School Supplies as Easy as ABC

The Education Partnership helps teachers get what they need without breaking the bank.

Coworking Gets Down to Business in Pittsburgh

Sharing a workspace becomes more than just a place to plug in a laptop for entrepreneurs seeking an environment where they interact and help others.

Find Out How to Play Hockey at the Bottom of a Pool

Penguins skate on the ice; stingrays swim below it. See what happens when they toss the puck in the pool.

A Unique Honor for the King of Dukes

Duquesne basketball legend Chuck Cooper broke the NBA’s color line in 1950; next year, he’s getting a posthumous, one-of-a-kind honor at his former campus.

Our 50 Years: Myron Cope on Sports

In the earliest years of Pittsburgh Magazine, we didn’t quite know how to cover sports — so we just let Myron Cope say whatever he wanted.

Pigeon Bagels Opens In Squirrel Hill

Gab Taube opened a standalone location for her popular bagel business in July and we're very happy about it.