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What do you do with your aging neck? People of all ages, starting in the 30s all the way to the 80s, are interested in making their neck look better. First and foremost, make sure you are well hydrated and applying sunscreen daily. Dry skin wrinkles much more than that of patients who drink ample […]Read Entire Article »
When it comes to your plastic surgery, you’re looking for experience, knowledge, honesty, and artistry. You want to have confidence in the facility and professionals you entrust with your care. At our practice, your well-being is the primary focus, and our mission is to go above and beyond the norm to assure that you are […]Read Entire Article »
As a board-certified plastic surgeon, one of the things I pride myself on is staying up to date with the latest safety updates and addressing any potential concerns that my patients may have. Over the past several months, textured breast implants have been in the news. On July 24, 2019 the FDA requested that the […]Read Entire Article »
Botox and dermal fillers are some of the most popular treatments around, and their popularity has been steadily rising for over a decade. Despite their popularity, there’s still some confusion in what they are and how they work. While they are both minimally invasive treatments that can have a huge impact on your appearance, that […]Read Entire Article »
Once you’ve decided to have cosmetic surgery, there are some timelines to keep in mind as you start to prepare. We provide each patient with specific pre-operative instructions, and it’s important to follow them carefully. Prior to your surgery, tell your doctor ALL medications (including natural remedies and supplements) that you are currently taking. Dr. […]Read Entire Article »