Category Archives: Cosmetic Surgery

Advantages of Professional Aftercare

The majority of plastic surgery procedures I perform take place in the outpatient surgery center we have on-site at The Wall Center for Plastic Surgery in Louisiana. An increasing number of plastic surgeons are performing surgery in outpatient centers rather than hospitals, and while this makes it easier for patients to head home as soon as possible after surgery, there’s…

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Affordable Options for Improving Your Appearance

The downturn in the economy has forced many people to tighten their budgets and eliminate unnecessary expenditures. However, for many women and men, appearance is connected to self-confidence, positive interactions with others, and overall well-being, and looking good is considered an investment in themselves. At our Denver plastic surgery practice, our goal is to help you achieve the look you…

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Cosmetic Surgery Reality Shows – Good or Bad? (part 2 of 2)

Reality TV shows focusing on cosmetic surgery procedures like liposuction and breast enlargement are extremely popular, but how do they influence the ways real women and men approach cosmetic surgery in Dallas? Last week, we looked at some of the ways these shows might negatively affect how patients see themselves and their surgery, but this week I want to touch…

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"Boob Job Bandits" Giving Cosmetic Surgery Patients a Bad Name

Recent media reports have profiled several patients in the US who have received cosmetic surgery under false pretenses, or without paying for it at all. A few women have undergone breast enlargement using fake or stolen ID”s (the so-called “Boob Job Bandits”), and a number of others have received medical spa treatments and then simply left without paying. As a…

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