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5 Surprising Facts You Didn’t Know About Your Bra

December 8, 2015 by Center for Plastic Surgery

A good bra can be your best bosom buddy: it’s there for you when you need support or just a friendly boost. Bras have gone through many changes over the decades, but they remain a shaping necessity for many women of all sizes and shapes! We’ve rounded up the top 5 things you never knew… Read more »

Is Cosmetic Enhancement a Must for Men in DC?

DC is a boom-town with thousands of competitive professionals—and we’re seeing an increasing number of male patients hoping to keep their edge or look better than ever. Most of our male patients are looking to fight back against the toll that aging, stress, and long work hours can take on the face and body. Here… Read more »

I Did Everything Right & Still Got Sunburned. What Am I Doing Wrong?

It’s a beautiful day and you’re headed for an afternoon of poolside fun. You’ve got your SPF 15 in tow and a brand new pair of shades. You get to the pool, slather on the sunscreen, and you’re good to go. Or so you thought, until you get home that evening and your skin is… Read more »

Ice & Fire: Non-invasive Body Contouring with the Science of Temperature

March 11, 2015 by Dr. G. Wesley Price

Do you have areas of your body or face and neck that could use a little re-contouring? You can now use the technology of temperature—both hot and cold—to reduce fat and tighten skin noninvasively. We offer new non-invasive techniques that are perfect for anyone who isn’t interested in traditional methods of fat reduction or skin… Read more »

Top 4 Skin Treatments for Glowing Spring Skin

March 17, 2015 by Center for Plastic Surgery

Spring is on its way, but is your skin ready? Winter’s harsh winds and dry air wreak havoc on skin—and if you’re not careful, damaged skin will persist throughout the year. Luckily, there are some new ways to revive your skin and keep it looking fresh all spring long. While gentle cleansing and moisturizing are… Read more »

5 Beauty Trends You’ll Want to Avoid

August 11, 2016 by Center for Plastic Surgery

Flipping through fashion and fitness magazines can be a fun way to keep up with our favorite celebrities and find out the latest ways to tone our abs or give our skin a summery glow. The vast majority of fashion and beauty trends are harmless and can even be helpful, providing new ideas to freshen… Read more »

5 Fashion & Beauty Instagrammers to Follow in 2018

December 18, 2017 by Center for Plastic Surgery

Instagram has become one of the best ways to keep up with your favorite celebs, internet personas, and fashion icons—and to get a little life inspiration. If you’re looking to add more fashion and beauty influencers to your feed, read on. We’ve rounded up our top 5 favorites! 1. @tamirajarrel is the lifestyle ‘grammer you… Read more »

Give the Gift of Rejuvenation this Mother’s Day

After childbirth and with age, women often experience uncomfortable feminine concerns such as loose vaginal tissue, dryness, urinary incontinence, and painful intercourse. ThermiVa® offers a safe and noninvasive solution to these common concerns. This Mother’s Day, you might consider the gift of ThermiVa vaginal rejuvenation for a mother in your life, or for yourself! How… Read more »

6 Ways to Save on Cosmetic Surgery (Without Compromising on Safety)

August 18, 2017 by Center for Plastic Surgery

Cosmetic surgery is an investment that most patients agree is totally worth it—there’s no substitute for feeling confident and loving your appearance. But what if you are ready to have your procedure (and you finally have vacation days to use for recovery), but your bank account isn’t quite in the same boat? The financial aspect… Read more »

How Bad is Pimple Popping, Really? Plus Other Bad Things You’re Doing to Your Skin

Hold it right there! Yes, you, poised to nab that annoying zit, we are talking to you. We know you’re intentions are good: you want your skin to look its best, you see an immediate problem to fix, and besides, that pimple hurts! However, the fact is that you are probably doing more harm than… Read more »