In honor of the season of giving, our Sterling team is excited to offer special discounts and perks in celebration of Aesthetic Patient Appreciation Week. Why not start your holidays the right way, by carving out some time for self-care before the yuletide season ramps up.(more…)
Whether planned or surprised, there are some important things to know about getting pregnant after completing cosmetic procedures.
During pregnancy, your body goes through so many changes. If you scheduled one or more cosmetic procedures to address any body image concerns after your last pregnancy, you might be wondering how a new pregnancy will impact those results.
While everyone’s body is different and the effects of pregnancy are wide-ranging, ranging from minimal to significant aesthetic changes, the following is a general overview of what you can expect to experience if you get pregnant following a cosmetic procedure.(more…)
When you’re considering plastic surgery of any kind, it helps to know the difference between cosmetic vs. reconstructive surgery. Although the surgical procedures involved in both are similar enough, the purposes behind the two are significantly different. Check out our quick breakdown and feel confident understanding the difference between these two types of plastic surgery.(more…)
One of the most popular body contouring procedures is an abdominoplasty, more commonly known as a “tummy tuck.” Although women, particularly postpartum, are more likely to have an abdominoplasty, men also explore this avenue to remove loose abdominal skin.
To give you a better idea of this procedure’s popularity, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, a total reported 129,753 abdominoplasties were performed in 2017, up 2% from 2016, making this a top five cosmetic surgery in the U.S. (more…)
A common concern expressed by our patients is the saggy appearance of their upper arms, and whether or not arm lift surgery, or brachioplasty, would be a good solution. Both men and women have shared frustrations with the excessive skin on their upper arms, even despite following a healthy diet and committing to a workout regimen.
Fortunately, body contouring has come a long way and arm lift surgeries are increasingly common, thanks to their overall effectiveness in improving the appearance and tone of the upper arm area. (more…)
FRIDAY, June 8 (HealthDay News) — The public’s common image of a Botox patient is a middle-aged woman hoping to look more youthful through the minimally invasive procedure.
But plastic surgeons say that “brotox” — the use of Botox by men — is gaining in popularity.