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The Skinny on What Liposuction Do For You

First, what is liposuction? Liposuction, also known as body contouring, is a cosmetic surgery procedure in which a hollow rod, called a cannula, is inserted into a fairly narrow incision made in the body. The cannula has a hole at the end which is attached to a tube that sucks any unwanted fat out of […]

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19, April, 2019admin
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FYI’s to Know About Breast Implant Removal

As surgeons we’ve seen it many times before; you’ve finally made the decision to to a breast augmentation – how exciting! Numerous discussions with your surgeon and the one point that is still unclear is how to deal with the long-term care of implants.  First things first: breast augmentation is one of the safest aesthetic […]

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20, June, 2017admin
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Getting A “Nose Job” is Not Just About Vanity

There are a number of reasons why one would consider rhinoplasty – many people aren’t satisfied with the shape of their nose due to hooks, bumps, curves and even the size; which can lead them to getting a nose job. Partly due to these reasons, nose jobs have gotten a reputation for being purely about […]

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29, July, 2015admin
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5 Facts about Saggy Breasts

Aging, gravity and a number of other factors are what force your girls to sag – which means there’s no way to prevent it unless you plan to stop aging or figure out how to reverse the effects of gravity. We may not be able to stop these two causes of sagging breasts, but there […]

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23, March, 2015admin
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The Latest Trend in Facial Rejuvenation

I recently attended the 2015 Aesthetic Symposium—“State of the Art in Facial Rejuvenation”, sponsored by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, of which I am an elected member.  There were expert plastic surgeons from Europe, Canada, the United States, and Asia, discussing the latest trends in aesthetic (cosmetic) facial surgery, along with their favorite […]

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25, February, 2015admin

3 Reasons Why Body Contouring Can Help After Extreme Weight Loss

Losing significant amounts of weight, whether through changes in diet and exercise or through bariatric surgery, can leave you with excess, sagging skin in more places than you’d probably like. Instead of settling with these less than pleasant results, there are steps you can take to achieve the look you desire and sculpt the body […]

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23, September, 2014admin

The Truth About Botox©

As the number one most frequently performed cosmetic treatment in 2013, Botox is on the rise and certainly gaining popularity. But what exactly is Botox and is it really safe? In addition, is it right for you? In this post, we’ll explore some of the uses for Botox as well as discuss some of its […]

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16, July, 2014admin

Cosmetic Procedures on the Rise

According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Americans have spent the largest amount on cosmetic surgery since the Great Recession of 2008. To be exact, Americans have spent over 11 million dollars on cosmetic procedures that are both surgical and non-surgical in nature. Furthermore, there was a 12% increase overall in cosmetic procedures. […]

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23, June, 2014Dr. Richard Schwartz

You Still Have Time to Get Your “Beach Body”!

Summer…always seems to creep up on us doesn’t it? We take for granted the mild winters and before you know it, BAM bathing suit season is here again. If you want a flat tummy and toned muscles before you hit the sand this summer, then here are a few tips to help you get in […]

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27, June, 2013Dr. Richard Schwartz

7 Plastic Surgery Myths Revealed

Introduction People have many misconceptions and oversimplified ideas about plastic surgery. While many associate the field with the material plastic, the word actually comes from the Greek word meaning “to mold”. Almost all plastic surgeries have some cosmetic element, but many procedures focus on reconstruction. In 2011, the most common reconstructive surgeries were tumor removal […]

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10, January, 2013Dr. Richard Schwartz