Monthly Archives: February 2012

3 Pitfalls to Avoid When Choosing a Plastic Surgeon

If you’re considering La Jolla cosmetic surgery, you may feel overwhelmed by trying to find the right surgeon. It can be hard to gauge a surgeon’s qualifications and skills by reading ads and studying information on the doctors’ websites. Medical jargon makes the process even more difficult, since many clinical terms sound “official” but can be misleading. To get the…

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Non-surgical Procedures Enhance Rhinoplasty Results

Rhinoplasty can achieve dramatic and beautiful results, improving both your appearance and your self-confidence. It is so life-transforming, in fact, that many patients go on to explore complementary treatments after their successful rhinoplasty in Maryland. One procedure that can help rejuvenate your face and balance your features is lip enhancement. Whether you were born with thin lips or they have…

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The ‘Right’ Incision for Breast Lifts

I typically recommend that patients do some research online, visiting reputable websites to learn about their potential procedures. This information can help people feel more comfortable about their decision to have surgery, and it will also pave the way for questions, such as which incision method is the best for a breast lift. As a board-certified plastic surgeon near Seattle,…

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The Art of Reinvention

As a Destin plastic surgeon, I get to help men and women change their appearances and their lives on a daily basis. Watching patients transform during the period between their initial consultation to their last post-operative visit is one of the most rewarding aspects of my profession. I often see patients who have struggled with insecurity for years, believing there…

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French Implants Being Replaced

If you have been thinking about breast implants in Austin, you may have heard about the faulty, French implants made by a company called Poly Implant Prothèse (PIP). The implants were made of industrial-grade silicone, which is not suitable for medical purposes and may pose a serious health threat to women. An estimated 400,000 women received the defective implants, which…

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