Monthly Archives: March 2011

Why I Tweet

As a plastic surgeon with a growing practice, it’s important to me to stay in touch with my Washington DC facelift and plastic surgery patients to help them learn about news and events in the plastic surgery field. Twitter gives me a quick and easy way to share my thoughts with my patients as well as individuals interested in plastic…

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Adding Saline to Implants

It is not uncommon for women with breast implants to decide they want a size increase some time after their implants have been placed. If their implants are filled with saline, they may be curious if they can simply add more saline to their existing implants. When my patients ask me this question, my response is usually “probably not.” Here’s…

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Your Liposuction PAL

If you’re considering liposuction in Seattle, you have many new options. One of the techniques you might have heard about is power-assisted liposuction, also known as PAL. This popular method involves injecting an anesthetic liquid into the treatment area, then using a vibrating tube called a “cannula” to remove unwanted fat cells. Though I often get better results with a…

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Lift Your Spirits and Appearance with a Breast Lift

In Bloomington and Champaign, breast lift procedures are frequently requested by women who want to enhance their appearance and improve their self-esteem. Pregnancy, nursing, or weight loss can result in lost breast volume as well as sagging. When women’s breasts begin to look deflated or sag, it can impact them both physically and psychologically. Reasons like these are why many…

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Planning a Tummy Tuck

Thinking about the upcoming spring and summer months and bikini season? You’re not alone: I typically see a rise in patients during the spring and summer, especially for popular procedures such as a tummy tuck in Seattle. But impulsively having plastic surgery just to meet a “summer deadline” may have serious consequences. Plastic surgery requires physical and psychological preparation. Consult…

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