Monthly Archives: November 2013

3-D Imaging for Breast Implants: Glimpse Your Fuller Future

One of my favorite tools to use with our patients interested in getting breast implants at our Long Island practice is 3-D imaging. This technology allows us to manipulate photographs of our patients to show them what they would look like with various sizes or styles of implants. We’ve seen the value in this system for years, and now it’s…

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Rapid Recovery Breast Augmentation: Does it Work?

One of the main concerns among women who come to my Illinois practice for breast augmentation is the recovery. Some are juggling work or raising young children, and they’re worried about being sidelined for a week or more. They’re intrigued when they hear about rapid recovery breast augmentation, of course, but are worried it’s a marketing gimmick. It’s not. The…

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The Spectrum of Plastic Surgery Practices

Browsing plastic surgery websites can illustrate the range of approaches different practices take to communicate with potential patients. You’ve probably noticed the differences if you spent a bit of time online researching plastic surgery. Whether you’re in Tucson or Tuscaloosa, plastic surgeons offer distinct styles on their websites. See if these sound familiar: The Textbook Approach — Some surgeons offer…

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The Best Treatments for Sun Damage

At our cosmetic surgery practice near Palm Springs, one of the most common concerns our patients come in with is sun damage. With more than 300 days of sunshine every year in our region, we’ve honed our expertise. Here are our best picks, both surgical and non-surgical, for treating sun damage: Skin care treatments performed by licensed estheticians can exfoliate…

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What’s the Takeaway From Breast Cancer Awareness Month?

October has passed, and it’s time to reflect on what we learned from this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As in many years, we saw inspirational stories of survivors and heard amazing tallies of all the funds raised at walks, runs, and other charity events nationwide. But what really struck me this time was all the talk of breast reconstruction.…

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