November 22, 2015
t’s not easy to make the decision about surgically enhancing one’s appearance. Because of this, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Gilbert Lee makes sure to offer up the very best professional advice by thoroughly and genuinely listening to the goals of the patient. For the abdominoplasty, […]
November 20, 2017
This blog was written by Precision MD, a cosmetic surgery center serving the entire Sacramento area. he lymph system is the body’s natural cleansing mechanism, ridding our cells of toxic fluids. Without a functional lymphatic system, the body swells and […]
November 16, 2012
f you stay abreast of breast implant news, you have probably heard of “gummy bear” implants. No, the candy companies are not making the beloved candy anatomically correct. Rather these silicone gel implants (FDA approved in March, 2012) have earned […]
November 13, 2017
early 50% of Asians are born with eyes that have “single eyelids,” in which there is no crease that forms in the top lids when the eyes are open. Some also have extra skin and fat, which creates a hooded […]
November 11, 2015
If you’re old enough to remember Madge and her clients soaking their hands in a bowl of Palmolive Dish Soap, chances are you have old lady hands yourself. We take such precious care that our faces defy our chronological age, yet without the same attention paid to our hands they’re a dead give-away of our real age. Keeping the hands moisturized is a start but even Madge’s magic Palmolive will do nothing to improve the topography of bulging veins and knobby tendons.
November 7, 2016
Changes Plastic Surgery & Spa of San Diego is now offering incisionless surgery and skin tightening. Using targeted radio frequency, patients can now opt to have a number of traditional plastic surgery procedures performed without incisions and without scars. Incisionless options are now available for brachioplasty (arm lift), neck lift or facelift and even breast and thigh lifts – without surgical incisions.
November 7, 2014
Before the introduction of fractional technology, the lasers of the past ablated the surface of the skin leaving it bloody and oozy and the patient with a great deal of downtime. There was also a known risk of hypopigmentation. Chemical peels, on the other hand, were more forgiving and could be reduced in potency to reduce downtime. For this reason, chemical peels remained an appealing option.
November 7, 2012
hank goodness for evolution. Fast forward to 2012 A.C. (after collagen). Collagen products have been largely replaced by hyaluronic acid fillers, over plumped lips are on the endangered list and areas of the face not previously treated are fair game […]