How to Avoid Common Mistakes When Selecting Your Plastic Surgeon

The most important factor in plastic surgery – the one that determines your safety and outcome – is your choice of plastic surgeon. As thoughts of swimsuits at the beach can prompt resolutions for self-enhancement, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons is providing 8 essential tips for finding the right plastic surgeon and questions to ask during your consultation when considering surgical, as well as non-invasive, cosmetic treatments. Read more about choosing your plastic surgeon from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons

Advertisements

Considering an Arm Lift?

An arm lift, or brachioplasty, is a surgical procedure that:

  • Reduces excess sagging skin that droops downward
  • Tightens and smoothes the underlying supportive tissue that defines the shape of the upper arm
  • Reduces localized pockets of fat in the upper arm region

Fluctuations in weight, growing older, and heredity can cause your upper arms to have a drooping, sagging appearance. This is a condition that cannot be corrected through exercise.

Arm lift surgery may be right for you if the underside of your upper arms are sagging or appear loose and full due to excess skin and fat.

Reprinted from The American Society of Plastic Surgeons

Complimentary New Year Consultation!

Our New Year’s gift to you! During January and February, Dr. Kenneth P. Gilbert, a Board certified Plastic Surgeon, will waive his consultation fee. Please call his Boston South Shore Plastic Surgery office at 617-479-1492 to schedule your complimentary consultation. You can discuss your options of looking and feeling your best in 2015! Make sure to mention this website promotion when you call our office!

Sleeveless is the New Sexy

First lady Michelle Obama didn’t start the trend, but she has definitely defined the style some have nicknamed the call to arms. As in sleeveless, buffed triceps and biceps, strong enough to multitask yet gentle enough to hug. These days, arms sans sleeves is as much a fashion staple as the little black dress. Read more reprinted from the Kansas City Star