ASPS Plastic Surgery Blog
To ensure that your recovery will not interfere with your summer plans, consider scheduling your plastic surgery procedure during the winter so that you have plenty of time to heal.
During the current global COVID-19 pandemic, plastic surgeons from across the nation are utilizing telemedicine to care for their patients. Long-term, it is reasonable to suggest the positive impact of telemedicine in plastic surgery will continue.
After months of hiding under a mask, wearing athleisure clothing and maintaining a relatively isolated existence, here is hoping that the holiday time will provide a reason to put on your best face and finally pull some nicer clothing out of the closet!
As wonderful as the holiday season is, rushing to get everything done can lead to hand injuries. A trip to the emergency department will not be a time-saver, and recovery from injuries can be lengthy.
I think we all agree that 2020 has been a challenging year and many of us are looking forward to a new year. As we head into the holiday season, we have a few tips on how to look and feel your best.
A facelift can restore the contours of your face, take years off of your appearance and nicely complement other cosmetic procedures you may be considering.
The mommy makeover has become incredibly popular over the last decade as it allows plastic surgeons to address multiple problem areas in a single surgery.
Also known as male breast reduction, gynecomastia surgery removes excess fat in the chest as well as problematic glandular tissue.
Facelifts are commonly seen as a cosmetic procedure only reserved for those 60 and older. However, in recent years, the surgery has gained popularity among younger people.
Stretch marks are a type of scar to the skin, sometimes referred to as "straie" by doctors. They are caused by a tear in the dermis, or the deeper layer of our skin, often from abrupt stretching of the tissue.