Wilmington Plastic Surgery News & Events

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,...

Rhinoplasty 101 - What You Need to Know

We believe that our patients should be fully educated before undergoing any kind of plastic surgery. That's why we’re introducing our “Plastic Surgery 101 Guides”. Each article in this series will tackle a different procedure available at Wilmington Plastic Surgery and Skin Care MedSpa, going over the surgery from beginning to end, to help our patients get the information they need. We’re excited...

How to Choose a Plastic Surgeon

Pursuing plastic surgery can be a big undertaking, After all, surgically modifying your body is a pretty big decision that can have a serious impact on your life. That’s why some people feel a little intimidated when it comes time to choose who will do the procedure. Knowing what you want to change about your appearance is easy enough, but finding the right surgeon to make that change is a bit more daunting. Fortunately,...

Sleeping After Breast Surgery

Any time you have surgery, it’s critical to get good sleep afterward. Sleep is a huge component of the healing process. It allows your body to do things like providing extra nutrients and oxygen to your cells and muscle tissue. Sleeping can be especially tricky after breast surgery, not just because you may experience discomfort, but because you must learn to sleep in a way that won’t damage your implants...