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As I get ready to enter my 25th year in practice, I can’t help but reflect on how far we’ve come since we first opened our doors in 1992. I started with a 1,200 square foot office and one employee, who managed the office, transcription, billing, and patient coordination. We now have a 3,400 square […]Read Entire Article »
Our desire is for you to have the best possible recovery after surgery. We have created guidelines to help you get back to activity as soon and as safely as possible. Day of surgery: REST! Rest with feet elevated in a comfortable position. Stay well hydrated and take your medications as directed. Days 1-7: This […]Read Entire Article »
We strive to give our patients the best and most comfortable experience. For that reason, Dr. Poulter utilizes a successful multimodal therapy to help prevent and relieve those symptoms. This regimen includes Exparel, a newer local anesthesia that lasts for up to three days. It is injected at the time of surgery and coordinated with […]Read Entire Article »
A new implant type is changing the landscape of breast enhancement surgery. The Natrelle INSPIRA® Round Gel breast implants are designed for increased fullness and a soft feel. This line of implants is different from other available implant styles because it has a higher ‘fill’ ratio that provides additional breast shaping options for women undergoing reconstruction, augmentation, or […]Read Entire Article »
Taking good care of your skin should be a habit all year long, but the summer months are especially important. Rising temperatures and UV rays can cause many skin problems and wreak havoc with your skin, and the American Academy of Dermatology reports that one in five Americans will develop some form of skin cancer […]Read Entire Article »