Tag Archives: plastic surgery

  • Why More Men Are Having Plastic Surgery

    Ava Lawson | June 28, 2018 | Posted in News
    Man Receiving Cosmetic Injection With Syringe

    Since 1997, the number of plastic surgery procedures for men has spiked 325 percent. Why are more guys seeking a nip and tuck? Former plastic surgery patient Barry Matthews told CBS New York those who are in upper management positions want to stay youthful looking, stay fit, and remain competitive. In other words, men – […] Read more

  • “Snapchat Dysmorphia” Fuels Unrealistic Beauty Standards

    Ava Lawson | March 26, 2018 | Posted in News
    teen girl depressed with cell phone

    Most of us are unhappy with at least one aspect of our appearance, whether it’s thinning hair, a slightly crooked nose, or small lips. But the majority of us aren’t so bothered by these perceived “imperfections” as to let them affect our happiness or undermine the quality of our lives. It’s a different story, however, […] 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

  • The Dangers of Smoking and Plastic Surgery

    Ava Lawson | September 28, 2017 | Posted in Breast Augmentation

    The negative health implications of cigarettes are well known, yet millions of Americans continue to smoke. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 20 percent of all deaths in the U.S. are related to smoking tobacco cigarettes. Smoking not only increases risk for many types of cancer, the habit can also lead […] Read more

  • Kiss Your Cankles Goodbye

    Jacky Gale | July 28, 2017 | Posted in Liposuction

    Since Jason Alexander’s character in the movie Shallow Hal popularized the word “cankles,” it has become an inseparable part of the American lexicon and the bane of stiletto lovers everywhere. If you have calf-ankle issues, you don’t have to live with them. Cosmetic surgery can let you kiss your cankles goodbye, but do check with […] Read more

  • Bullying Linked to Teen Plastic Surgery, Reports New Study

    Ava Lawson | May 17, 2017 | Posted in Rhinoplasty
    teen ashamed of her nose

    According to new research, adolescents who are bullied and bully others have an increased desire for plastic surgery. The study, published in this month’s issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, sheds light on how poor psychological functioning, which is commonly associated with both victims and perpetrators of bullying, may be the driving force behind this […] Read more

  • The Ancient Art of Rhinoplasty

    Ava Lawson | April 5, 2017 | Posted in Rhinoplasty
    The art of rhinoplasty, Dr. Thomas Loeb

    The origins of cosmetic surgery can be traced back thousands of years. Papyrus scrolls suggest that Egyptians were performing rhinoplasty, or nose reshaping surgery, as early as 3500 B.C. Detailed hieroglyphics depict nasal reconstruction for aesthetic purposes in this ancient civilization, which often utilized nose removal – or rhinectomy – as a punishment for seemingly […] Read more

  • What Makes a Nose Beautiful?

    Jacky Gale | March 29, 2017 | Posted in Rhinoplasty
    woman's face being measured for rhinoplasty

    The nose that you’re born with might not be your idea of the perfect nose, although opinions vary widely on exactly which defining characteristics do comprise the perfect nose. In truth, because everyone has a unique face, the proportions, shape, and size of the perfect nose will be different for everyone. If you’re dissatisfied with […] Read more

  • What If I Gain Weight After A Tummy Tuck?

    Jenn Fusion | February 22, 2017 | Posted in Body

    Tummy tucks often lead to significant and lasting weight loss for patients who undergo the procedure, according to studies by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Researchers believe neuroendocrine mechanisms promote weight loss and encourage feelings of satiety following abdominoplasty. One year after the procedure, 14/20 women had lost more than five pounds. The average […] Read more

  • Considering Liposuction? Study Shows Google is Not Your Friend

    Jacky Gale | September 13, 2016 | Posted in Liposuction

    When confronted with a medical issue, including the possibility of plastic surgery, many people do a quick Google search. The Internet is an excellent way to make countless troves of information accessible to billions of people, but when it comes to medical issues, your best source of information is a well-qualified doctor. That’s the latest […] Read more





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