Category Archives: Plastic Surgery Information

Plastic Surgery Information

  • 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

  • 03Jan

    Happy New Year!!  2011 is going to be a fabulous new year for everyone.  Many people have delayed in getting plastic surgery over the past 2 years due to a rocky economy.  Now, with the economy more stable, and everyone tired of waiting, plastic surgery is expected to boom this year.  Dr. Joseph W. Aguiar … Continue reading 10 Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Predictions for 2011

  • 16Dec

    Dr. Aguiar, my staff and I work everyday to provide a great experience for our clients.  We pride ourselves for creating a relaxing but educatinal experience for both the plastic surgery clients and the medical spa clients.  I love getting emails and letters from appreciative clients.  Here are a few examples of what our clients say. … Continue reading Happy Clients

  • 14Dec

    As cosmetic procedures become more common place, consumers start to get complacent with the need for expertise.  Botox is advertised everywhere you look.  Bus benches, bandit signs, billboards, Craigslist, etc.  Just because you can go to an Urgent Care Center, the mall, hair salon, or your friend’s house and get a cosmetic procedure done, doesn’t … Continue reading Do It Yourself Botox?

  • 30Nov

    Deciding to have Plastic Surgery is a BIG decision.  As a consumer you may have a lot of questions.  Being an educated consumer will allow you to make the best decisions during the consultation process.  Take this short quiz to find out how “Ready” you are for surgery. Considering Plastic Surgery? If you have any … Continue reading Take the Plastic Surgery Quiz

  • 29Nov

    Recently, I was home sick and discovered a show on TLC called Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta. Set in the nation’s largest full service bridal salon, viewers go behind the scenes at Bridal’s by Lori to see what each Bride goes through to find the perfect wedding dress. I have to admit that I … Continue reading Wedding Dresses & Plastic Surgery…Different But Similiar

  • 26Nov

     Thread Lifts:  These procedures were popular about 5 years ago.  The sutures used in these lifts had fish-hook type of barbs that embedded into the tissue.  The threads were inserted under the skin and the “barbs” would “hook” the skin.  When the threads were pulled tight, they would lift the cheeks, jowls, brows, or neck … Continue reading Dr. OZ Got It Right (Part III of III)