Steven S. Carp, MD, FACS, is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and has specialized in cosmetic, plastic, and reconstructive surgery since 1993. Dr. Carp understands that plastic surgery requires a combination of skills, technique and an artistic eye; knowing each and every patient has different needs that must be understood. The combination of which presents him with an exciting and challenging career.
Philadelphia facial cosmetic surgeon Dr. John Lee focused his surgical avocation on the most delicate and scrutinized feature of the face – the areas around the eyes. Providing each person with a result that will highlight their natural feature and bring out their natural and youthful look.
Pellevé™ is a revolutionary non-surgical procedure to safely treat facial wrinkles with virtually no pain and little downtime. Dr. Thomas E. Young, MD, and his staff helped us answer a few questions about the Pellevé™ skin tightening procedure. We encourage you to view before and after pictures of Dr. Young's patients to compare how you might look after your procedure.
Loose skin around the biceps and triceps and untoned arms can make it hard to wear sleeveless tops and dresses, and you might find yourself hiding in long-sleeved shirts or wearing cap sleeves more often than not. Fortunately, some plastic surgeons are offering the ultimate fix with the mini arm lift procedure. This fat removal and skin tightening procedure can get rid of excess fat that “hangs” below the upper arm and creates a more sculpted, defined appearance.
Belly fat can be one of the hardest types of fat to lose, regardless of your weight, body shape and size. Men and women both struggle with losing that layer of fat over the abdomen, and diet and exercise alone aren’t usually enough to get rid of belly fat. Plastic surgery may be the answer for many, and there are several procedures that can help to get rid of belly fat and create a flat, toned and sculpted appearance.
If you weren’t born with a natural hourglass figure, there are several plastic and cosmetic surgery procedures that can reshape your body, add contours in just the right places, and help create a more feminine, attractive silhouette. The “S-curve” on the back is one of the key elements of the hourglass figure, and can be achieved by transferring body fat and lifting and toning the buttocks with plastic surgery.
Every surgeon uses different liposuction techniques to get rid of body fat permanently. Power assisted liposuction (PAL) is one of the most innovative fat removal procedures available in the United States and is often chosen by board-certified cosmetic and plastic surgeons to remove large volumes of body fat with ease. The procedure is less traumatic than traditional liposuction procedures, and offers a number of body contouring benefits.
You’ve finally decided to undergo a breast augmentation procedure, but how do you know which size to choose? You and your surgeon will spend some time discussing your goals and reviewing different sizes of implants to find the right match. Still, you may be hesitating to go up a few cup sizes without really knowing what your final result looks like. If that’s the case, view these before and after adjustable breast implants picture to find out if this is the best match for you. Adjustable, or resizable implants, can be modified up to six months after your procedure and will give you a little more control over the outcome of your surgery.
Many Kim Kardashian fans flock to the cosmetic surgeon’s office to achieve the star’s picture-perfect looks, and the “Kim Kardashian nose job” has become a popular request at many offices around the country. After many fans and the press noticed that Kim Kardashian’s nose was slightly smaller and more delicate-looking in photos released in May 2010, Kardashian gave several interviews and stated that she has not undergone any type of nose job procedure.
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