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Plastic Surgery for Men

Why Board-Certification Matters

When considering cosmetic surgery, experience, honesty, and knowledge matter. You want to be confident that your care is in the best hands. Confirming that your surgeon is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery helps serve as a warranty for the type of training they have received. Not all surgeons claiming to be plastic surgeons are actually Board-Certified in Plastic Surgery, so it’s important to do your homework. When a doctor is a Board-Certified… Read Full Post


What to Know About Liposuction

Many people struggle with excess body fat. When a healthy diet and exercise fail to get rid of fat bulges, liposuction may be a good option to achieve your body contouring goals. It’s one of the most frequently performed cosmetic surgery procedures in the United States and can target many areas such as the abdomen, waist, thighs, hips, upper arms, back, and more.   Liposuction is a fat reduction procedure, not a weight loss treatment.… Read Full Post


Choosing a Surgeon

When considering cosmetic surgery, it’s important to do your homework on potential surgeons. Did you know that any licensed physician can legally call themselves a cosmetic surgeon and perform cosmetic procedures, regardless of their training? Or a physician may be board-certified, but not in the services they are offering. Surprisingly, there are no laws against this. Confirming that your surgeon is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery helps serve as a warranty for… Read Full Post


New Year, New You

You may have made one or two New Year’s Resolutions as we enter 2021. Maybe you want to read more or take better care of yourself. Most people want to put their best face forward and make sure their outer appearance matches how they feel inside.  If you’ve been thinking about cosmetic surgery, make this your year! There are many reasons why this is an ideal time to undergo just about any type of procedure.… Read Full Post


When It Comes to Gynecomastia, Exercise Is Not a Solution

Much to the dismay of men of all ages, many find that their chest fails to possess a manly disposition. Taking matters into their own hands, men head to the gym with the resolve to shape and tone their upper body in hopes of defining a more masculine chest. Soon, however, many of these men will find out that exercise may not be enough to give their chest a strong and muscular appearance. Still left… Read Full Post