Monthly Archives: October 2012

3 Ways Men Can Benefit From Liposuction

One of the most common reasons men come to my plastic surgery practice is for liposuction in Phoenix. Over the years, plastic surgery for men, particularly liposuction, has increased significantly in popularity. In the properly selected patients, liposuction can be an effective way to improve men’s physiques with minimal scarring and fairly low rates of complications. I use what is…

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3 Reasons Liposuction Could Be Your Solution

There are many reasons why people seek liposuction in Palo Alto. If you have been considering this body contouring procedure, here are 3 reasons why liposuction may be right for you. 1. To attain a better body shape. Liposuction is, in fact, a body-shaping procedure – not a weight-loss procedure. It is used to extract fat from unwanted areas for…

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Help for Scarring after Tummy Tuck

When I perform tummy tuck in the Baltimore area, patients often express concerns about obvious scarring. Although scars are to be expected, they are discreetly placed and can be improved with new technology. Procedural techniques also reduce the impact postoperative scarring can have. Fashion-savvy plastic surgeons are aware of low-rise styling in apparel. Taking into consideration clothing styles and men…

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Is it Too Late for Plastic Surgery?

As a plastic surgeon near Palo Alto, I have many patients ask me, “What is the right age for plastic surgery?” The truth is, there is no magic number. Plastic surgery may be an appropriate option for people of any age depending on a variety of factors, such as: Physical health A complete health evaluation must be performed prior to…

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‘Mini’ Tummy Tuck Equals Huge Results

One procedure I offer for men and women who don’t require a full tummy tuck in Chicago is a “mini” tummy tuck. A mini tummy tuck is ideal for removing stubborn fat deposits and stretched skin in the area just below the bellybutton that often remain following pregnancy or a major weight loss. It differs from a full tummy tuck…

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