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Choosing Your Face Lift Surgeon

Posted August 30, 2013 in Blog

Although we all show our age in different ways, the face is often the first place where Father Time makes his presence felt. This is particularly true for those of us with an active, outdoor lifestyle. Ironic, isn’t it? Pharmacies and department store cosmetics departments are overflowing with anti-aging treatments; from wrinkle removers to skin […]

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What To Expect From Your Face Lift

Posted August 26, 2013 in Blog

Time takes its toll on us all, although where, and in what way varies quite a bit from person to person. For some of us, it’s the middle-age spread — where hips, and thighs, and tummy begin to widen, despite our best efforts of diet and exercise. For some of us it’s a sag where […]

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Choosing a Surgeon For Your Eyelid Surgery

Posted August 20, 2013 in Uncategorized

The decision to undergo eyelid surgery can be a very difficult one. Plastic surgery has become increasingly commonplace, which has led to proliferation of plastic surgeons to choose from. This, in turn, can make it very difficult to choose the right surgeon. Choosing the right surgeon is tremendously important, even if you are considering something […]

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What is Involved in Eyelid Surgery

Posted August 15, 2013 in Blog

It should come as no surprise that eyelid surgery is becoming one of the most popular procedures performed by American plastic surgeons. Much as our face is often the first place to display the signs of aging, our eyes are often the first part of our face to start looking its age. The skin of […]

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Liposuction Can Help Manage Middle-Age Spread

Posted August 02, 2013 in Blog

If middle-age spread is creeping up on you in spite of a healthy diet and exercise plan designed to avoid it, you aren’t alone. It is quite common for people to begin putting on weight during this period of life, even as they maintain the same dietary habits and activity levels that have kept them […]

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Tummy Tuck: Vanquish That Stubborn Post-Baby Belly-Bulge

Posted August 01, 2013 in Blog

Becoming a parent means making sacrifices, an inescapable fact of life. However, given today’s advances in cosmetic surgery, your figure doesn’t have to be one of those sacrifices. Among the most common changes a woman sees after giving birth is a tummy bulge that will not be budged by any amount of diet and exercise. […]

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When Genetics Trumps Diet and Exercise, Liposuction Can Help

Posted July 24, 2013 in Blog

If you are one of the millions of people who have inherited a genetic predisposition to fat accumulation in certain areas of the body, you’re probably aware that diet and exercise don’t often make much headway in reducing those problem spots. Many people who are very committed to keeping fit have spent years trying to […]

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Cosmetic Breast Surgery Isn’t Always About Appearances

Posted July 05, 2013 in Blog

When people hear the term cosmetic breast surgery, breast augmentation is often the first thing that comes to mind. However, many women who seek cosmetic breast procedures aren’t interested in augmentation at all. Rather, they have a desire to reduce the size of breasts that they feel are disproportionately large, an issue that can have […]

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Cosmetic Breast Surgery: The Pros and Cons of Breast Lift Procedures

Posted July 01, 2013 in Blog

Most women find that the appearance of their breasts change over time, often due to pregnancy, nursing, weight loss or aging. Breast sagging and diminished breast density can alter a woman’s figure significantly, making her look older than she should. While the issue can be camouflaged to some extent with the use of push up […]

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