Monthly Archives: April 2014

The Best Treatments for Beautiful Legs

With the warmer months just around the corner, many people are excited to shed their winter layers and show some skin in shorts. But for others, summertime can be stressful. Cellulite, varicose veins, unsightly hair and stubble, and other concerns can make a day at the beach feel like anything but. Here are my top choices to help you love…

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Is Liposuction the New Breast Augmentation?

After years of topping the plastic surgery charts, breast augmentation is no longer the most popular procedure in the U.S., according to 2013 statistics. The new winner: liposuction. At our practice near Syracuse, I’ve seen a surge reflective of the nationwide shift that was documented by The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. The respected industry group says there was…

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Do All Rhinoplasty Patients Need Nasal Packing?

Although my rhinoplasty patients in Orange County generally look forward to their procedures, some express concerns about various aspects of the surgery and recovery. One such concern is about having their noses “packed” after surgery, a technique many doctors use to reduce bleeding by inserting gauze into the nasal chambers. The gauze stays in place until it’s removed at a…

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The Ups and Downs of Breast Lift Revision

Although cosmetic surgery can give you a head start on the aging process, it doesn”t stave it off forever. Over time, even the best surgical results begin to age, and lifted breasts are no exception. Some mastopexy patients prefer to let nature take its course, while others, like many patients at my plastic surgery practice near Seattle, opt for a…

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How the Keller Funnel™ Helps in Breast Augmentation

You may have heard of an innovative breast augmentation device I use at my San Jose-area practice called the Keller Funnel. Almost deceptively simple in its design, the Keller Funnel is changing the way doctors around the world, including myself, perform breast augmentation. It’s also having a big impact for patients, and it’s something you should know about if you’re interested in…

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