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  • 18May

    $1,000 for a ‘Plastic Surgery’ Selfie Camera? What if you could take a selfie and it “magically” looked like a plastic surgery-enhanced version of you? Is it actually possible?  Well People in China believe so, and many are lining up to drop a $1,000 on a camera which makes you look like you have had … Continue reading Plastic Surgery’ Selfie Camera

  • 16May

    Fat Transfer with Facelifts- a “Natural” Choice Cosmetic surgery is becoming more and more familiar with the terms Fat Transfer, Fat Injections, Autologous Fat Transfer, and Fat Grafting, which all refer to the process of taking fat from unwanted areas of your body and re-injecting purified adipose fat tissues into other areas of your body. The … Continue reading Fat Transfer with Facelifts

  • 29Jan

    Plastic Surgery Roots Reach Back to 3000 BC A very interesting article was recently published by Board Certified plastic surgeon Dr. Julia MacRae of Newark, and one that I thought everyone would enjoy reading. One of the most common questions she mentioned she hears, as do all of us plastic surgeons, is, why do we … Continue reading Plastic Surgery Roots

  • 13Jan

    It’s not such a crazy idea anymore right? In fact, the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery says demand for cosmetic enhancement procedures and surgeries jumps about 25 percent from Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve, presumably from those who want to look their absolute best during the festive and social holiday season. But … Continue reading Giving Cosmetic Surgery as a Gift?

  • 08Oct

    Many times patients come in to see us and are great candidates for breast augmentation however, they are very worried about surgery. Since breast enhancement is an elective medical procedure, patients are often healthy with no medical problems.  These patients have not been to the doctor for more than an earache and have certainly not … Continue reading Breast Augmentation Story

  • 21Sep

    AGING EYES – Can We Really See a Difference? Aging eyes can sometimes be the first indication that you do not look as young as you used to, or look as young as you feel. Not everyone’s eyes age in the same, each patient has a unique set of concerns and attributes. Blepharoplasty, eye surgery … Continue reading AGING EYES

  • 16Sep

    Does Botox Actually Rejuvenate Skin? A study in HealthDay News reports that new research on Botox injections suggests it may actually rejuvenate the skin! The anti-aging treatments may turn back the clock on facial skin itself, aiding its elasticity and pliability and its ability to stretch and recoil. Botox treatment  seems to promote production of … Continue reading Does Botox Actually Rejuvenate Skin?

  • 06Aug

    Fat grafting gives the finishing touch to facelift surgery. Having fat grafting done at the same time as the facelift offers several advantages for facial rejuvenation. While Facelift surgery will reposition the soft tissues of the face to counteract the effects of gravity, the procedure alone will not add volume the face for a more … Continue reading Finishing Touch to Facelift Surgery

  • 03Aug

    Can Botox treat depression? We all know that Botox is expanding its realm for areas it can treat and improve, but can Botox really affect the mental as well as the physical? Botulinum toxin A appears to be effective at relieving depression, according to a systematic review and meta-analysis. According to Ajay Parsaik, MD, of … Continue reading Botox to Treat Depression?

  • 27Jul

    Weight Loss Surgeries Increase Plastic Surgery Procedures Weight loss (bariatric) surgery is a booming business today, and doctors now say that’s leading to an increase in certain plastic surgery procedures. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons released its annual report on what’s hot in cosmetic procedures. The report found that in 2014, procedures associated with … Continue reading Weight Loss Surgeries