Posted December 07, 2018
Recent news stories and talk shows have reported on a cancer that has been associated with breast implants. Needless to say, this has sparked a number of calls to our office. Here is a summary of information on the subject to give you a better understanding of the disease, the risks, its diagnosis and treatment. […]
Posted January 15, 2018
Few moments in life are more memorable than the day you find out you’re pregnant. All sorts of fun things begin swimming through your mind, such as names, nursery colors, or the year your child will be eligible to make a run for the presidency. And, of course, health issues take center stage. If you […]
Posted August 14, 2017
Once you’ve made the decision that breast augmentation surgery is right for you, there’s another decision you’ll have to make—whether to choose silicone or saline breast implants. First, it’s important to note that silicone implants are no longer considered unsafe by the FDA. In 2006, the ban on the use of silicone implants, which was […]
Posted August 08, 2017
Plastic surgery is an investment and, like all investments, you’ll want to maintain its value for as long as possible. The following tips will help you maintain plastic surgery results long after the bandages have been removed and the healing has begun. Watch out for the Sun Sun exposure ages skin prematurely, so being cognizant […]
Posted July 26, 2017
Does your daily routine might include taking vitamins, multi-vitamins, or herbal supplements? While taking vitamins and other herbal supplements seems like a great step to take for your health, many of these dietary supplements can seriously interfere with the success of your plastic surgery. Before you have a plastic surgery procedure, or any surgical procedure, […]
Posted April 27, 2017
While it is a bit controversial, thousands of teenagers have plastic surgery every year. Here, we’ll discuss the reasons for teenage plastic surgery and how cosmetic surgery can be helpful for teenagers.
Posted March 01, 2017
It can be embarrassing, but it’s also surprisingly common. Roughly half of all men have enlarged male breasts, and while this may go away on its own, it sometimes does not. Male breast reduction surgery aims to correct this issue if it doesn’t resolve itself.
Posted November 25, 2015
Did you know oversize breasts can have psychological implications for a young woman, and can be the source of physical symptoms in women of any age, including shoulder, neck, breast and back pain, shoulder grooving from bra straps and often headaches? Breast reduction is an elective procedure for decreasing the size and correcting the sag […]