Posted August 7, 2019 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACS
In 2011, the plastic surgery community and the FDA noted a possible link between a rare form of cancer called ALCL, or anaplastic large cell lymphoma, and breast implants. Back then, we didn’t even know whether breast implants were a real risk factor. There simply were too few cases to make a connection.
Today, while… click to continue reading
Posted July 31, 2019 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACS
Here at The Parker Center, one of our primary goals is ensuring our patients are well-informed and up-to-date on medical news that is pertinent to their safety. Yesterday, July 24, 2019, the FDA and breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced a voluntary recall of all Allergan BIOCELL textured breast implants.
Understandably, this news has led to… click to continue reading
Posted July 30, 2019 by The Parker Center
Few would say no to naturally long, lush eyelashes—but alas, few of us are dealt that winning genetic card. Luckily, today’s options to get longer, darker, and fuller lashes are much improved over what we had in the past—and don’t involve a single dreaded “press on.” We offer two of the most popular options here… click to continue reading
Posted June 28, 2019 by The Parker Center
Curious about rhinoplasty? We’ve answered all the nosy questions in our new infographic: who invented rhinoplasty, how it’s performed, who’s getting nose jobs these days, and how nose surgery can help you look and feel your very best.
Want to learn more? Call us at 201-967-1212 for a free consultation with Dr. Parker!… click to continue reading
Posted June 12, 2019 by The Parker Center
In an Amazon Prime world, we’re used to fast delivery—and the same trend is being seen in the world of cosmetic medicine. With advancements in non-surgical technology, more and more practices are promising results comparable to surgery, without the recovery time.
Social media is also replete with plastic surgery-averse celebs touting the benefits of the… click to continue reading