Monthly Archives: April 2016

Why CoolSculpting® Is the Perfect Springtime Treatment

Vancouver plastic surgeon discusses non-surgical body contouring

Emerging from winter’s icy grip, something that promises to “freeze away fat” may not sound all that enticing. But spring is an ideal time to consider CoolSculpting®. At my Vancouver, B.C., practice, men and women are seeking ways to get trim for summer vacations. CoolSculpting is a non-invasive procedure that freezes fat cells, which are gradually absorbed by the body and…

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4 Ways to Contour Your Body After Weight Loss

Women and men who lose a significant amount of weight often find that excess skin hinders them from fully enjoying their new bodies. Cosmetic surgery can be a great option for my weight loss patients in St. Louis who want to refine their body contours and remove excess skin. Plastic surgery can also make it easier for weight loss patients…

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Natural Breast Augmentation With Sientra® Implants

Breast augmentation with Sientra implants for natural results

A lot of the patients who come to see me for breast augmentation in the Tacoma and Seattle area want to know which breast implants will look the most natural. Although different options work best for different patients, Sientra’s shaped silicone implants are commonly chosen due to a number of benefits: A natural look: Sientra implants come in round and…

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8 Ways to Wedding Beauty

Liposuction and more treatments for wedding beauty on Long Island.

If you’re planning for your wedding – possibly the single most memorable day of your life – it makes sense that you want everything to be perfect, including your appearance. That’s why many brides and grooms begin well in advance to improve diet and exercise, set dates for manicures and pedicures, or make teeth-whitening and skin-tanning appointments. In my practice,…

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