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‘Tis the Season for Plastic Surgery

It may be the most wonderful time of the year, but is it also the most wonderful time for plastic surgery? Actually, it is! If you or a loved one are thinking of having plastic surgery, now may be the time to pull the trigger. We see an uptick in consultations and surgeries during the colder months, because winter is the best time to have plastic surgery for a variety of reasons: You’ll look great for holiday...

What to Expect from Liposuction

Sometimes our bodies have stubborn pockets of fat that they just don’t want to let go of, no matter how much we diet or exercise. These areas often need a little extra help, and liposuction is the perfect solution. Liposuction is not a weight-loss method, but it is a convenient way to break down fatty deposits in parts of the body that are hard to get rid of naturally. It’s ideal for removing fat from under...

Lasers vs. Injectables

Plastic surgery is an excellent option for achieving drastic cosmetic changes, but it isn’t the ideal choice for everyone. Surgery is invasive and requires a longer recovery process, which is why many people seek a less intrusive solution. Two of the best ways to make considerable changes to your personal aesthetic are with laser skin resurfacing and injectable treatments. But choosing which procedure is right...

FAQs About: CoolSculpting

Getting rid of unwanted fat can be challenging. Even with the strictest diet and most intense exercise regimen, many men and women still find themselves with stubborn pockets of fat that just won’t go away. For years, liposuction has been the answer to this problem. While effective, liposuction is semi-invasive and does result in a little downtime for the patient. But now, there’s a new way to remove unwanted...

Tips for Staying Positive During Breast Cancer Treatment

According to BreastCancer.org, breast cancer is the second most common cancer diagnosed among women in the United States. It’s also the second deadliest cancer for American women, next to lung cancer. Women in the U.S. have a 12% chance of developing breast cancer during their lifetime. That means one out of every eight women will have to go through this terrifying experience while still trying to maintain careers,...