Posted June 4, 2013 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSSeptember 22nd, 2017
Stacey, a 59-year-old woman who primarily works outdoors, wanted to rejuvenate her appearance. After extensive research and careful consideration, she opted to have a facelift and neck lift combined with a breast augmentation and a lip implant.
“I decided to have everything done at once to minimize my downtime. I knew that I wanted to… click to continue reading
Posted June 15, 2011 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
New Jersey plastic surgeon, Dr. Paul M. Parker, explains the various ways in which facelift and neck lift procedures are used alone or together to give patients a slimmer and younger looking face.
Chronological and physiological aging, weight gain, weight loss and genetics are all responsible for issues around the face and neck that are… click to continue reading
Posted March 29, 2011 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
Lynne, a 50 year old working mom of three, recently started to feel that her face had become very droopy and jowly. Unhappy when she looked in the mirror, she made the decision to consult with Dr. Parker about a face lift.
“I was very unhappy with the way I looked. I know I’m very… click to continue reading
Posted September 7, 2010 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
Every summer for the last five years Consuelo would consider having a facelift. New Jersey resident and school teacher, she was 59-years old and hated looking in the mirror. She looked tired, even with makeup and 8 hours sleep.
“When I saw Dr. Parker online, saw his picture and read about him, I got a… click to continue reading
Posted April 13, 2010 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
“Mommy Makeover” is an umbrella term for a series of procedures to correct problems caused by pregnancy, and it has taken the cosmetic surgery field by storm. “The ravages of pregnancy can take on a variety of forms,” says New Jersey plastic surgeon , Dr. Paul M. Parker of the Parker Center in Paramus, NJ.… click to continue reading
Posted December 11, 2009 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
Democratic leaders in the Senate unveiled their proposal for overhauling the health care system, which includes a new 5% tax on elective cosmetic procedures. Senate Democrats argue that the tax, which was a surprise addition to the sweeping 2,074-page bill, will generate $5.8 billion over the next 10 years to be put towards the… click to continue reading
Posted October 2, 2009 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
A 60 year-old can look 40 and a 40 year-old can look 60. The reason for this is that genetics, environment and an individual’s skin care regimen dictate how quickly the face shows age. This is why Paramus plastic surgeon, Dr. Paul M. Parker says there is no real age requirement for a facelift procedure.… click to continue reading
Posted May 27, 2009 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
While most people think the aging process is solely related to genetics, an interesting study conducted by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) now shows that environmental factors such as stress and weight fluctuations also leave their mark on the face.
We felt it was important to share this study with our Bergen County… click to continue reading
Posted February 13, 2009 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
Looking at your aging relatives can be a great source of motivation. My family has a history of sagging jowls, so I knew exactly where my appearance was heading. As a 61-year-old self-employed architect, I wasn’t worried about climbing a corporate ladder or looking younger to save my job…I just wanted to avoid looking… click to continue reading
Posted September 24, 2008 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
Sometimes, combining cosmetic procedures can offer great advantages. Anne initially wanted a facelift, but through consultation with New Jersey Plastic Surgeon Dr. Parker, decided a facelift alone would not meet her expectations, and a necklift combined with a facelift would offer the results she was truly seeking. Though scheduling both surgeries at separate times was… click to continue reading