Archive for October, 2012

The Transaxillary Approach to Scar-less Breast Augmentation

Years ago, we heard so much about the trans-umbilical, breast augmentation with saline breast implants, to keep the scar off of the breast. All, but a very few, have given up on this approach because of the limits in the style of implants, and the difficulty in revising or refining breast augmentation results. Once the […]

Fat Grafting to the Breast makes a Cautious Comeback

Fat grafting has been one of ‘the’ mainstays in our practice over the past five years. Now, micro-grafts have become an essential part of our facelift and mid-face rejuvenation, as well as key in the rejuvenation of both the lower and upper eyelids. Fat, has also been used to redistribute, rather than just removal, as […]

Secondary Rhinoplasty: Second to None

According to statistics by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, one in five patients will consider a revision after their nasal procedure. Yes, 20% find that after rhinoplasty they wish that they had looked a bit better, or closer, to their dream result. These findings are also supported by comments found on, where questions […]

Is your Botox really a Bargain?

Botox it seems is everywhere. Plastic surgeons and dermatologists have been very good at developing treatments and medication applications which have pushed Botox and now others like it, such as Dysport, into the top spot for most requested nonsurgical cosmetic procedures. With the success of botulinum toxin for dynamic wrinkles, there has been a trickle […]