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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 »

IPL vs BBL laser Treatments Center for Plastic Surgery in Washington DC

IPL vs BBL laser Treatments

February 22, 2018 by Center for Plastic Surgery

The esthetic industry has grown substantially over the last few years, with many more treatment options available to men and women alike. With all of these treatment options, it can be overwhelming to understand which treatment is right for you. At CPS, we offer only the best and up-to-date treatment options, including lasers. The two… Read more »

What to Expect After Your Breast Augmentation: Follow-Up Care

March 30, 2017 by Center for Plastic Surgery

In the excitement of planning for breast augmentation, follow-up care can easily become an afterthought. However, as our friend Jenny Eden of Eden Knows Implants points out in this helpful article, follow-up appointments play an essential role in making sure your breast augmentation is a success and that you love your results. Don’t skip your… Read more »

Radiofrequency 101: All You Should Know About RF Skin Tightening

December 28, 2017 by Center for Plastic Surgery

Gone are the days of skin tightening only being possible with surgery, thanks to advanced non-surgical technologies—including radiofrequency. These oscillations of energy can treat anything from mild back pain to sagging skin, and patients everywhere are loving having a minimally invasive way to firm up their skin. How much do you know about this impressive… Read more »

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Your Guide to Injectables

November 2, 2018 by Center for Plastic Surgery

At Center for Plastic Surgery, we know that not every patient is ready for a surgical procedure, or requires one, so we offer many nonsurgical injectable solutions to treat your concerns! With so many formulas on the market, it can be difficult to determine which one is right for you. So, here is your complete… 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 »

How J-Plasma Can Tighten Your Lax Skin

October 29, 2018 by Center for Plastic Surgery

Are you tired of living with lax areas of skin that just won’t seem to snap back, despite diet and exercise? If this sounds like you, you’re not alone. Many individuals deal with sagging skin on many areas of their body due to pregnancy, weight loss, or the natural aging process. While in the past… 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 »

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 »

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 »

Plastic Surgery for Men: The Most Sought After Procedures

If you’ve stayed current on plastic surgery trends, you might know that men are becoming more familiar with the other side of the knife in recent years. That’s because men are one of the fastest-growing demographics in plastic surgery, and many practices are beginning to offer male-exclusive treatments. If you’re curious or want to know… Read more »

Building Your Summer Skincare Routine

Winter and summer can come with their own set of challenges when it comes to skincare. Just like your wardrobe, your skincare regimen is most likely different from season to season. That’s a good thing since your skin has different needs when the weather gets warm. Here are some steps to add in to make… 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 »

Face and Neck Lift Surgery on The Rise!

Face and Neck Lift Surgery on The Rise! Written by Dr. Wesley Price Facial Rejuvenation Options Today we have many different options to treat patients with aging face and neck problems. Fortunately, over the last ten to twenty years, we have been pleased to add office-based procedures and products that can really help with aging… Read more »


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