By Dr. David Reath—Knoxville, Tenn.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
2013 stats reveal advances in plastic surgery driving growth
By Dr. Peter D. Geldner--Chicago
Monday, January 13, 2014
Over the years, eyelids can start to sag. Not only can they make a person look older, but they may feel very heavy. If you are experiencing droopy lids, you may wonder if an elective blepharoplasty, also known as eyelid surgery, is right for you.
By Dr. John T. Alexander, II--San Diego
Thursday, December 12, 2013
According to statistics from ASPS, BOTOX® Cosmetic was the number one nonsurgical procedure performed in the United States last year. With over six million injections performed in the U.S. in 2012, there were actually far more appointments booked for this noninvasive rejuvenation option compared to the more than 120,000 facelifts performed the same year. Why has there been such an increase in the popularity of nonsurgical facial rejuvenation options for looking younger compared to surgery?
Is Plastic Surgery the Ultimate Gift? Why Paying for a Loved One’s Procedure Can Hurt More Than it Helps
By Dr. Jeffrey Weinzweig--Chicago
Friday, November 29, 2013
Cameras, jewelry, iPods. These are things we expect to see on the wish lists of our friends and family. But, a face lift? Yep, it seems that cosmetic procedures have found their way into Santa’s sack. With this trend, though, comes a warning. While giving someone a pricey surgery can be considered kind and loving, it can also come with problematic implications.
By Dr. Peter Geldner--Chicago
Friday, November 22, 2013
Like the rest of our bodies, our hands show signs of aging that may include brown spots, thinning skin, wrinkles, and large veins. I recently had a very happy facelift patient who looked 15 years younger, but suddenly the skin on her hands didn’t match her rejuvenated face. There a few simple procedures that can make your hands match your new youthful appearance.