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The past few months have been unlike anything most of us have ever experienced. It is true that much of our world has changed. But we’d like to look at one thing that hasn’t changed – our commitment to your health and well-being. Our newest offering for you is free virtual consultations. You can do […]Read Entire Article »
As our world keep changing, one thing has remained consistent – our commitment to your health and well-being. And thanks to technology like telemedicine, we can now keep you safe while also helping you begin your cosmetic surgery journey. If you are not comfortable coming in the office, we are now offering complimentary online consultations. […]Read Entire Article »
Our philosophy has always been to take the very best care of our patients and staff. During times like these, that responsibility extends to our greater community, as well. To help protect both you and our staff, our office has reduced our office hours through the end of April. If you recently had surgery and […]Read Entire Article »
By Heather Till – Office Manager Since cosmetic surgery is elective, it’s usually not covered by insurance. Luckily, however, there are financing options such as loans, credit cards, and payment plans. Qualifying borrowers can take out personal loans from a bank, credit union, or online lender for plastic surgery. Interest rates depend on your credit […]Read Entire Article »
Although it’s cold outside now, warmer weather will be here before you know it. Planning ahead now can help you be recovered – and look great – in time for spring and can give you motivation to start the new year with new goals and a fresh start. Winter is an ideal time to undergo […]Read Entire Article »