Plastic Surgery Blog

The “Fourth” Word

Published on July 3, 2015

As we look forward toward our national birthday party, July 4th, this weekend, what words come to the fore? Let me prime our pump: independence, individuality, respect, spirit, courage, defiance, perseverance, future, vision, hope, trust, investment. And let’s be historically

Our Backsides

Published on June 29, 2015

Butt, bum, tushy, posterior, gluteus maximus, trunk, derriere, keister, or seat. We all have one. Many of us are getting more interested, lately, in improving it. Whether it is our obsession with the JLos and Kardashians of the world or

Mommy Makeover

Published on May 7, 2015

I guess Mother’s Day is a good time to talk about the term “Mommy Makeover.” The term is thrown around the media a lot. Reality shows are always making over someone. (In fact, our group was asked to participate in

Love those lips!

Published on February 13, 2015

It is winter. Moisturize and protect! There are lots of lip balms out there with SPF ratings of 18 or greater. Please use them. For fuller lips, we can help you by using Juvéderm, Restylane, or other fillers. A subtle

“Deflate-gate” got you down?

Published on January 26, 2015

Do you feel deflated when you look in the mirror? Did you know that over time we slowly lose volume in our face? This is caused by gradual thinning of the skin, loss of elasticity, shrinkage of the deeper tissues

Implants That Settle

Published on January 23, 2015

The friendly foe to all of us, gravity, enables us to live on this planet, but unfortunately to show our age with skin sag. Another victim of this force is the breast implant which over time can settle downward. When

Post-op Weight Loss Effects

Published on December 12, 2014

Let’s talk about targets. When you sit down with us to discuss your aesthetic goals, we focus on the desired result, then fine focus on the achievable result. In other words, we determine together a target. We perform surgery with

Most common male plastic surgery procedures

Published on December 3, 2014

It is commonly thought that plastic surgery is only for women, however over the last few years we have seen a steady increase in the number of men seeking both non-invasive and surgical procedures. It’s no longer just about “mommy

Subtle or Overdone? Makeup is the Clue.

Published on October 8, 2014

When most of us see facial cosmetic surgery results that we judge as poor, we are usually looking at overdone: too tight, severe angles and contrasts, even a clown or mask-like face result from efforts which ignore what should be

Mini-Facelift, An Uplifting Office Experience

Published on September 17, 2014

For the uninitiated:  the term “mini-facelift” does not refer to a facial procedure done on a person with a very small face.  On the contrary it most often is a surgical answer for a person who feels that the merciless