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Body Sculpting: Smaller Tweaks, Better Results

Cosmetic surgery trends change over time, especially with the advent of new technology. Today we’d like to explore how fat removal has evolved from large area liposuction to the spot-tweaking of smaller areas to tone and contour the body for a tighter look. We will specifically highlight the benefits of radio frequency assisted technology such as BodyTite, Renuvion, and Morpheus8 to deliver dramatic results without the need for surgery.… Read more

From Obesity to Liposuction

Many people conflate liposuction with weight loss and are disappointed when their plastic surgeon tells them that liposuction is not an effective fat removal option for them. If you are significantly overweight or obese, you will first have to lose weight before qualifying for lipo. Read on to learn more about the ORBERA Weight-Loss Balloon.… Read more

The Zoom Boom: Navigating Your Facial Rejuvenation Options

You might have heard of a “Zoom Boom” in cosmetic surgery and it’s true: Never before have so many of us wanted to do something about the wrinkles, lines, and sagging skin in our faces. Because never before have we spent so much time staring at ourselves on a screen from a new – and sadly not flattering – vantage point. Learn more about your options to rejuvenate your face.… Read more

Introducing PRO-NOX: Safe and Comfortable Pain Relief

Even if a procedure or treatment is not necessarily painful, we may still experience anxiety and discomfort in a medical setting. PRO-NOX, a patient-driven pain management system, is a great way to take away the worry. It uses a mix of nitrous oxide and oxygen, also known as “laughing gas,” which has long been utilized in dental and medical settings.… Read more

How Long Do Breast Implants Last?

Some women may keep their original breast implants to something approaching “forever,” and some may need breast implant revision surgery just a few years after their original breast augmentation. The question of when, or whether, you should change your implants depends on whether you experience any complications after your initial augmentation.… Read more