Category: Body

Get Ready for Summer!

May 20, 2019 by Dr. G. Wesley Price

Now is the time to get ready for summer! Our patients are frequently looking to get themselves ready for swimsuit season—before the season starts. The most common plastic surgery procedures in Washington, D.C., are breast augmentation, liposuction, and abdominoplasty. These are frequently combined in the popular procedure known as the Mommy Makeover. The Makeover is usually for… Read more »

How Will a Tummy Tuck Affect My Tattoo?

April 28, 2019 by Center for Plastic Surgery

Many of the men and women we consult with about tummy tuck surgery at our Washington, DC, practice are concerned about tattoos along the abdomen and how they may be affected by the procedure. Since tummy tucks largely focus on the skin, they can cause some changes in surface features like tattoos. This is something… Read more »

5 Reasons Why Winter Is the Perfect Time to Prep Your Summer Body

February 9, 2019 by Center for Plastic Surgery

You’re probably already dreaming about hitting the beach with your best pals, partying by the shore, wearing that cute swimsuit you have tucked away at the back of your closet. While you’re planning out your jam-packed summer itinerary, you should also take the time to exercise and tone your body! Why is winter the perfect… Read more »

Your Customized Liposuction Procedure

November 28, 2018 by Center for Plastic Surgery

Liposuction is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures at Center for Plastic Surgery that can remove your stubborn fat cells to reveal a toned contour! The treatment uses tiny incisions and the use of a cannula to break up and gently remove your fat cells for good. There are several ways that liposuction can… Read more »

Restore Your Pre-Pregnancy Body with a Mommy Makeover

September 2, 2018 by Center for Plastic Surgery

Having a child can be the happiest experience of your life, but it can also leave you with a lot of unwanted changes to your body that can be nearly impossible to reverse with diet and exercise alone. Once you’re done having children, you might consider doing something for yourself like undergoing the complete mommy… Read more »

Tummy Tuck FAQs: How to Contour Your Silhouette

November 2, 2018 by Center for Plastic Surgery

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons annual report, tummy tucks fell from the top five most common cosmetic surgery procedures in 2016. However, tummy tucks have bounced back into the top five in 2017. Approximately 2,000 more tummy tuck procedures were performed in 2017 than there were performed in 2016. Commonly Asked Questions… Read more »

Why You Should Choose CoolSculpting

October 26, 2018 by Center for Plastic Surgery

Unfortunately, it can feel like some stubborn and prominent fat deposits can’t be hidden by your most slimming outfits. This is because some fat pockets are resistant to even the best diet and exercise plan, in which case certain surgical and non-surgical fat removal treatments come into play. CoolSculpting is an FDA-approved non-invasive procedure to… Read more »

What to Expect from vFit PLUS

August 27, 2018 by Center for Plastic Surgery

Your body can go through a lot of changes with age or after childbirth, resulting in vaginal laxity and the bothersome symptoms that go with it. With vaginal rejuvenation, you can find relief from your symptoms, revitalizing your feminine wellness and restoring your confidence. Here’s what you can expect from the vFit PLUS device: Treatment… Read more »

Vaginal Rejuvenation at Home with vFit Plus

Going to an office for vaginal rejuvenation treatment can be a bit uncomfortable, but now you can treat yourself in the privacy of your home! With vFit PLUS, you’ll have everything you need for quick, effective, and comfortable rejuvenation. Here’s what you need to know. What is vFit PLUS? vFit PLUS is the professional model… Read more »

Is it Time to Get Rid of Your Cankles?

February 17, 2015 by Samir S. Rao, MD

We’ve all heard of them: the dreaded cankles. A condition marked by a lack of definition between the calf and ankle, cankles are often caused by swelling in your natural underlying muscle anatomy, or excess fat in the lower leg. The result is an unflattering lack of contour between the legs and feet. Cankles are… Read more »