Monthly Archives: March 2014

Breast Surgery Recovery Getting Even More Rapid

I’ve been using advanced surgical techniques for years that offer my patients rapid recovery breast augmentation in Toledo, Ohio. Now, a new Mayo Clinic study shows that many of those same techniques help breast reconstruction patients recover more quickly. In fact, the techniques are so effective that the Mayo Clinic is using them in most plastic surgery procedures. The study’s findings, presented in March…

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Staying Competitive in Today’s Job Market: BOTOX® Offers an Edge

It’s no secret that today’s job market is highly competitive. Experienced workers looking to change careers or re-enter the workforce after an extended absence face a changed employment landscape. Many are turning to cosmetic procedures such as eyelid surgery to present a more youthful appearance to prospective employers. I often recommend BOTOX® Cosmetic injections for Surrey and Richmond residents and other…

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The Value of a Light Touch in Facial Surgery

It’s an exciting time to be a plastic surgeon. Technological advances enable us to create beautiful results without using the open surgery techniques of the past that often required longer recovery times and more potential complications. For instance, a patient who comes in for a facelift at my New Jersey practice is often an ideal candidate for endoscopic surgery, which involves tiny…

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Ask the Doctor: What You Should Know About Facelift Surgery

Patients contemplating getting a facelift at my Champaign-Urbana plastic surgery center share a lot of common questions: How quickly will I recover? Will I be able to go back to work and do routine activities within a week? How long will my results last? Do I have any other alternatives? Will everyone know that I’ve had a facelift? So why…

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Survey Says Silicone Beat Saline in 2013

New statistics released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons® confirm that the trend I’ve seen of more women choosing silicone breast implants at my Toledo, Ohio, practice reflects a national shift. The 2013 data show 72% of breast augmentation patients nationwide selected silicone implants instead of saline. Cohesive gel implants are now produced by the 3 major implant manufacturers in the U.S. as…

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