Tag Archives: plastic surgery procedures

  • Baby Boomers vs. Millennials: Who Is Getting More Cosmetic Surgery?

    Jacky Gale | November 8, 2018 | Posted in News
    mother daughter selfie, baby boomer and millennial

    It’s no secret that millennials are quite fond of cosmetic enhancements. Many celebrities in their 20s and 30s have spoken openly about the surgeries or minimally invasive treatments they’ve had. Kylie Jenner is just one notable example. But are millennials really getting more plastic surgery than other demographics? A look at the stats According to […] Read more

  • How to Make Your Facelift Last

    Jacky Gale | August 7, 2018 | Posted in Facelift
    happy woman smiling at the camera

    Although there are lots of minimally invasive options available to help you turn back the clock, a facelift is the most effective way to fight the signs of aging. Facelifts help you retain your youthful beauty by tightening the tissues under the skin, lifting up droopy skin, and vanquishing lines and wrinkles. It’s possible for […] Read more

  • Facelift Options: 3 Ways to Put Your Best Face Forward

    Jacky Gale | July 13, 2018 | Posted in Facelift
    Senior female face with wrinkled neck skin

    There are lots of options for women and men who want to put their best face forward. From dermal fillers to photo facials, FaceTite to threadlifts, there are minimally invasive and noninvasive treatments galore, all aimed at turning back the clock. But as effective as these treatments are, the most dramatic results are from surgical […] Read more

  • Why 40 Is the New 30

    Jacky Gale | July 3, 2018 | Posted in News
    Man Receiving Cosmetic Injection With Syringe

    You’ve probably heard plenty of people talking about how 40 is the new 30. Especially if you’ve recently hit the big 4-0 yourself. But what does that really mean? People are certainly living longer than ever before. The average life expectancy for an American these days is nearly 80—considerably higher than the 36 years a […] Read more

  • Thread Lift: Is It the New Face-Lift?

    Jacky Gale | June 15, 2018 | Posted in Facelift
    woman considering facial liposuction

    Time, gravity, and UV rays all work together to make your skin sag and your tissues loosen. The result is that you will eventually start to look older than you feel. While the aging process is inevitable, living with it isn’t. Talk to a plastic surgeon about your anti-aging options, like a thread lift. Thread […] Read more

  • Natural Rhinoplasty: A Nose that Truly Fits Your Face

    Jacky Gale | March 29, 2018 | Posted in Rhinoplasty
    woman's face being measured for rhinoplasty

    Rhinoplastik is a German word that means to change the shape of the nose. For years, conventional standards of beauty considered the ideal nose to be narrow and gracefully sloped, with a perky, slightly upturned tip. Thankfully, modern generations have moved beyond the cookie cutter look, and recognized that there’s no single standard of beauty […] Read more

  • Is Plastic Surgery One of Your 2018 New Year’s Resolutions?

    Jacky Gale | January 16, 2018 | Posted in Body

    Now that the holiday season has wrapped up, it’s time for the season of self-improvement to begin. If your goal was to feel more confident about your appearance, then don’t delay scheduling a consultation with a plastic surgeon. It’s easy to keep putting off scheduling an appointment; after all, there’s a lot of 2018 left […] Read more

  • 5 Surprising Health Benefits of Plastic Surgery

    Ava Lawson | December 21, 2017 | Posted in News
    woman considering facial liposuction

    We all know that a tummy tuck flattens the belly and liposuction reduces unwanted bulges, but can going under the knife really improve your health? Research and anecdotal evidence seems to suggest that plastic surgery is much more than an exercise in vanity — there are long-term physical and emotional health benefits to be enjoyed […] Read more

  • Would You Let a Surgeon Film Your Operation?

    Jacky Gale | December 8, 2017 | Posted in Body
    Medical doctor taking a selfie

    Instagram, Snapchat, and all of the other social media platforms allow people to satisfy their inner exhibitionism and voyeurism. This can be harmless in some cases, but in others, it might cross a line in the sand that divides ethical and unethical behavior. As a case in point, consider the recent trend that has been […] Read more

  • Breast Reduction Changes Lives: Stories from Women Who Have Done It

    Jacky Gale | September 1, 2017 | Posted in Body

    Breast augmentation surgery is a popular choice among patients, but breast reduction surgery can have even more of a positive impact on a person’s life. Women with excessively large breasts often suffer from upper back pain and poor posture. It can be difficult or even painful to exercise, and it’s socially awkward when other people’s […] Read more





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