Posts From January, 2016

Plastic Surgery Is Not Photoshop

1 and 2: before Photoshop       3 and 4: after Photoshop: how many changes can you spot? We are surrounded by and constantly exposed to images of absolutely fabulous looking women and men, with flawless skin, perfect proportions, ideal contours. Whether in printed materials, magazine glossies, or the plethora of internet sites andRead More


Diet, Exercise, and a Little Extra

If you’re like most of us, part of your New Year’s resolution likely involves some form of self improvement. Whether embarking on a new diet, adding to your exercise routine, or making sure you’re taking care of your health, it’s not alway easy to reach your goals. However, there are some goals that remain elusiveRead More


Rhinoplasty: Subtle Changes Yield Major Improvement

The nose is an important feature of a person’s face, by virtue of its position in the very center of the face and often attracting the eye of the beholder. Physiologically, the nose is crucial in functioning as the breathing mechanism. In addition, there are specific aesthetic attributes of the nose that can increase theRead More


Time For a Change: Body Sculpture

Plastic surgery is an art and a science, and as an artist the plastic surgeon aims to create a beautiful result for the patient. When it comes to body contouring, several procedures allow patients to obtain the look they wish to achieve. Women may be concerned about the shape or size of their breasts, looseRead More


Have You Made a New Year’s Resolution?

Out with the old, in with the new. The New Year brings with it a sense of renewal, moving forward, changes for the better. Hence the tradition of making a resolution and setting new goals towards which to strive. Often these include some aspect of life improvement – lose weight, exercise more, eat better, leadRead More


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