Choosing the right Plastic Surgeon?

Published on March 2, 2015

In America, we have always had a special relationship with the UK, most often for the better. It seems though we can share bad habits as well. The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) has been a leader in public education with a firm policy of surgery by surgeons, and board certification in plastic […]

Finding the Perfect Breast Size

Published on February 2, 2015

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and most ask for a breast augmentation that is natural or realistic. How do we know what the perfect breast looks like? Well, most of us will say we know it when we see it. We do have an innate ability to know what looks good. A […]

Teen Plastic Surgery can be Life Changing

Published on January 23, 2015

The idea of teenage plastic surgery is controversial to many. For those of us close to the issues driving teens toward self improvement comes an understanding of just how important and life changing it can be. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons reported 219,000 plastic surgery procedures performed on teens last year alone, and our […]

Allergic to Breast Implants?

Published on January 5, 2015

There is a thread going on online currently about skin rashes developing after breast augmentation, and some concern has been raised about the potential for an allergic reaction to breast implants. Some of the fuel for the discussion has even come from plastic surgeons themselves. Yes, there have been case “discussions” about skin rash and […]

Vacation Breasts on your Horizon?

Published on January 1, 2015

While reviewing information posted by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, I came across a procedure offering in the New York area. I might have just passed it by, however once on the internet it quickly caught notice and I began receiving calls about the latest ‘Vacation Breasts’ and whether we offer this procedure in […]

Weight Gain After Liposuction?

Published on December 22, 2014

Weight Gain After Liposuction, Where Will the Fat Go? Gaining weight after liposuction surgery is tragic for both patient and surgeon for many reasons. Often liposuction is the finishing event after a journey of toning and exercise, perhaps after pregnancy or even a long winter of inactivity. Liposuction is the means to final shaping and […]

Does Plastic Surgery Cause Scars?

Published on December 8, 2014

We often hear from patients that they requested a plastic surgeon to care for them because plastic surgeons don’t leave scars. It would be nice if it were true, however the real magic of cosmetic plastic surgery is knowing where to make them. Certainly we have methods of reducing the visibility of scars through revision, […]

Tummy Tuck or Liposuction. How Do You Decide?

Published on November 24, 2014

Liposuction has always been an extremely popular procedure and has an excellent record of producing pleasing and slimming abdominal contour. So too with the advent of the mommy makeover, tummy tuck procedures have been on the rise as well. It can be difficult however to decide which procedure, tummy tuck or liposuction will be the […]

Too Much Botox: Is There Such a Thing?

Published on November 10, 2014

Botox it seems is everywhere. And it is not just Botox, but others, Dysport and Xeomin. And it seems too, that everyone is doing it everywhere. Our philosophy has always been treatment oriented, just the right amount, for just the right effect. Many calls and questions we receive today about Botox are more about the […]

Most Common Plastic Surgery Procedure?

Published on October 27, 2014

The public interest in cosmetic plastic surgery is endless, and each year as our practice statistics are released we can just feel the excitement as we open the envelop and pronounce, “And the winner is”. What we notice in our practice, and this reflects the trends nationally, is that the hands down winner year after […]