Category Archives: Plastic Surgery Information

Plastic Surgery Information

  • 09Feb

    Doctor’s medical assistant says, “Mrs. Jones, the Doctor is ready to suck your blood.  Well not exactly, but they will draw your blood.  There has been media frenzy in Tampa regarding the “Vampire Facelift.”  If movies like Twilight, Vampire Diaries, and television show, Being Human, weren’t so hot, the Vampire Facelift would probably be called … Continue reading Vampire Facelift

  • 07Feb

    Are you ready for the next milestone moment?  Parents are get excited to see their child reach the next milestone in development.  Children want to fly through their milestones….elementary school, middle school, high school, driver’s license, graduation, college etc. We all have milestone moments in life.  Milestone moments can be happy, sad, or a mixture of … Continue reading Milestone Moments

  • 31Jan

    More and more patients are searching for their doctors via the “World Wide Web”.  Now when you search for a physician online you are more likely to find a website that “grades” physicians such as www.Vitals.com.  If a patient searches for their physician from one of these sites, they are also likely “grade” their physician.  … Continue reading Dr. Aguiar Awarded Patients’ Choice Award

  • 19Jan

    Often, I feel like a “One Woman Crusade” trying to educate the public about Non-Plastic Surgery Physicians doing Plastic Surgery.  This article, while a little dramatic, covers all the bases.  This article talks about “Fake Boards and Societies” that physicians pay to be a part of to attract patients.  It also talks about the fact … Continue reading Finally, A Major News Story About My Passion

  • 14Jan

    The media often reports Plastic Surgery Tragedies such as the death of Donda West, mother of hip-hop star Kanye West or the mother of 3 who died after getting liposuction.  However, what is not reported are the millions of people who have gotten plastic surgery and are happy and healthy. Here are six points to consider … Continue reading Safety First: Six Points to Consider Before Surgery

  • 12Jan

    A commonly asked question is “Can breast augmentation be performed under local anesthesia?”  The answer is yes, but is it the best option for you? If we look back into the history of the operation, as surgical techniques have changed, so have the anesthetic practices. In the 1960′s and 1970′s, breast augmentation positioned the implant beneath the … Continue reading Is Awake Breast Augmentation the Best Option?

  • 06Jan

    New Data Reveals Plastic Surgery Spending is Rebounding with a Continuing Demand for Cosmetic Procedures in 2011. Tampa, FL (Vocus) December 13, 2010 Each year, millions of Americans invest in cosmetic procedures to gain a renewed sense of confidence and feel their best. However, as the economy experienced a dramatic downturn in 2009, so did plastic … Continue reading Men and Women are Spending More and More to Eliminate Signs of Aging as the Economy Improves

  • 05Jan

    Thinking of a little nip tuck? A new survey reveals the perfect age for plastic surgery is 52 years, 41 weeks and four days. That’s right. Not only are more and more women considering plastic surgery — 1 in 3, in fact — the average woman now thinks 52 is the ideal age for cosmetic … Continue reading Perfect Age for Plastic Surgery Is 52, New Survey Reveals

  • 04Jan

    Every generation “leaves it’s mark” and the Baby Boomer Generation has been responsible for many changes in our culture.  The Baby Boomer has definitely left their mark on the plastic surgery industry. Dec 16, 2010 /NewsRelease/ – The generation of peace, love, and change embarks on the main telecomutting saves gas as the oldest from … Continue reading Cosmetic Surgery No Longer Subject of Taboo

  • 04Jan

    Here is another article to remind us we should always know who is performing our cosmetic procedures and make sure they are truly qualified. Don’t be fooled by “paid for” board certifications. Plastic Surgery should be performed by a physician who is Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and a member of … Continue reading Limited training among some cosmetic surgery doctors worries state officials