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You may have made one or two New Year’s Resolutions as we enter 2019. Maybe you want to read more or take better care of yourself. Most people want to put their best face forward and make sure their outer appearance matches how they feel inside. If you’ve been thinking about cosmetic surgery, make this […]Read Entire Article »
Those looking to refresh their appearance now have more options than ever. Surgical and non-surgical facial procedures can do different things, but sometimes they do the same thing in different ways. If you’re looking to freshen up your appearance, a consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon can help determine what’s best for you. Surgical options […]Read Entire Article »
I can’t tell you how many times post-operative patients confide after their surgery they wish they had done it sooner. They’d been thinking about getting their procedure done for months or even years, and they just couldn’t ‘pull the trigger.’ There can be a few concerns that lead to this hesitance. Some worry about pain […]Read Entire Article »
We know how busy things can get, especially in the summer. Juggling activities and vacations can make it difficult to set aside time just for you. But summer is almost over, the kids are back in school, fall is around the corner….and now is the perfect opportunity to take some time for yourself! Fall can […]Read Entire Article »
Breast augmentation has been among the top plastic surgery procedures for years. There are several reasons behind its popularity, including the personalized options, long-lasting results, and satisfaction rates. With all the choices out there, it can be overwhelming to know where to start. Let’s break down some of the options and the differences. Implants come in […]Read Entire Article »