Monthly Archives: October 2013

Center for Plastic Surgery

Is CoolSculpting Too Good to Be True?

Given all the modern day luxuries that have resulted from technological advancements, it was only a matter of time before a non-surgical fat reduction device was developed. Well, that time has come. Born from the observations that kids who ate a lot of popsicles had less fat in their cheeks and that people exposed to …

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Center for Plastic Surgery

Why is Facelift Terminology So Confusing?

MACS, mini, mid, lunchtime, weekend: when it comes to facelifts, what does it all mean? As you research options for facial rejuvenation, you are likely to come across varied and unfamiliar terms, and wonder which procedure is best for you. When considering different types of facelifts it’s important to separate fact from marketing hype. Dr. Price wrote …

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Center for Plastic Surgery

Are there options when considering facelift surgery?

The best results from today come from a thorough evaluation of a patient’s facial concerns and then adapting the right approach for each patient. A cookie cutter procedure (done during “lunchtime “ or some other meal) is rarely successful or long lasting. Each patient’s situation can vary and may dictate a shorter scar or more …

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