Plastic Surgery Post
Many patients considering liposuction have concerns over longevity. In fact, one of the most common questions concerning liposuction is "can fat return after my treatment?"
Medical literature in plastic surgery has suggested that the revision rate of rhinoplasty can be as high as 15 percent since it is one of the most difficult facial surgeries. For this reason, a prudent patient must scrutinize their surgeon's qualifications—e.g., training, experience, and board certifications.
Last year, liposuction was the second most popular cosmetic surgery procedure performed in the United States, with more than 222,000 procedures performed.
Dr. Anne Taylor, member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, recently visited Good Day Marketplace on FOX 28 Columbus to discuss CoolSculpting, a non-invasive form of fat reduction.
Acne, lines, wrinkles, discoloration? No worries! Dr. Smita Ramanadham, member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), has some valuable skin care advice to share.
Women may experience sagging and volume loss in their breasts as they age, however, plastic surgery can offset these changes and rejuvenate their breasts.
It's quite possible that a carefully planned plastic surgery can help many people in achieving their New Year's resolutions going into 2017.
Having plastic surgery? Then your plastic surgeon probably told you not to smoke. That’s good advice. But that doesn’t mean you can reach for a substitute. Nicotine wears several masks that may seem seductively harmless, but don’t let them fool you!
Tummy tuck or liposuction? Arguably, this is the most common question of patients who want to do something about their flabby stomach.
The first-ever peer-reviewed study named after hashtag for a surgical specialty – "#PlasticSurgery" – urges plastic surgeons to engage and educate on Twitter.
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