Visualize Your Rhinoplasty

Visualize Your Rhinoplasty

Published on June 8, 2015 by

The uncertainty of rhinoplasty, or nasal reshaping, is what can make the procedure so challenging. After your consultation with a surgeon, and a review of other work he has done, how will you know what you will look like? Unlike other cosmetic procedures, such as facial rejuvenation where you expect to look fresher, younger and […]

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A Strong Chin and Stronger First Impression

Published on May 16, 2015 by

Competition at the office isn’t getting any easier today and despite the growing economy, the pressure to compete is growing as well. Men in particular suffer from the weak chin, and lack of authority in the workplace, as nothing presents better than strong square looks in the boardroom. Now that job opportunity and mobility have […]

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Breast Implants: Choosing the Right Size

Published on March 2, 2015 by

As they say, looks are everything and selecting “your” size when it comes to breast implants is no different. Breast size is very personal, and though others will have their opinions of what you should look like, not one opinion is as important as yours. Many fall into is the trap of breast augmentation by […]

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Facelift. Planning For a Big Event?

Published on October 13, 2014 by

Many cosmetic procedures are centered around life’s big events such as weddings and reunions. Facelift and other procedures in facial rejuvenation are on the top of the ‘getting ready’ list. Proper planning is the key to get you camera ready for your big event. It might take some a year to plan a wedding, though […]

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Computer Imaging and Nasal Shaping

Published on September 15, 2014 by

Candidates for rhinoplasty frequently ask to see photos of others to help understand what is possible with nasal shaping, and we certainly have several that demonstrate the procedure well on our web site. Most who consider rhinoplasty will have seen many, both on the web and by comparison with those around us and in magazines […]

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Plastic Surgery Statistics 2012

Published on April 12, 2013 by

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) released the 2012 statistics concerning the number of cosmetic plastic surgery procedures completed by our members. Again, as in other years, minimally invasive cosmetic procedures seemed to be leading the way; such as, botulinum or Botox up +8%, soft tissue fillers, such as Juvederm up +5%, as well […]

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Life after Breast Augmentation: Life does indeed get better!

Published on April 11, 2013 by

It seems odd that the silicone and saline breast implant is the most studied medical device in the world today. Though it probably goes without saying that a woman’s breast is the most studied and indeed controversial and provocative body feature. One of my favorite lines from advertising is “I can sell anything with a […]

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Fat Grafting to the Breast makes a Cautious Comeback

Published on October 30, 2012 by

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 […]

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The Ultimate in Breast Lift

Published on September 20, 2012 by

Breast lift is an increasingly attractive option for rejuvenating and restoring a youthful and perky shape lost over pregnancy, or perhaps weight gain and loss. Traditionally, breast lift has been about firming the breast tissue, and lifting the nipple up and onto the front of the breast. At best, a great lift is a ‘no […]

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Psychological Screening before Cosmetic Surgery?

Published on September 14, 2012 by

While catching up on the pulse of the nation, I just happened to notice that we have been re-branded as part of the ‘Sun Scare’ Industry. Yes, we have been guilty of giving out “misinformation” about the harms and risks of ultraviolet radiation and been active participants in recommending sun blocks and sunscreens to hapless […]

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