Posted March 24, 2020 by The Parker Center
Whether you’re on day 2 or day 8 of staying home, you are likely feeling both anxious and stir-crazy. You might have too much company (kids bouncing off the walls in small spaces) or feel a lack of companionship. Whatever the case is for you, we hope these ideas help you pass your days with… click to continue reading
Posted March 17, 2020 by The Parker Center
Concern around novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is understandably increasing, leading many of us to take extra care in keeping ourselves, our families, and our community safe and healthy. In light of this, we wanted to make sure our patients feel well-informed about COVID-19 and our updated precautions.
What Dr. Parker and the Parker Center team are… click to continue reading
Posted February 7, 2020 by The Parker Center
Chances are you’ve heard of Jeuveau, the BOTOX-alternative that hit the market last year with plenty of fanfare. But aside from a catchy #newtox hashtag and a big marketing push, we haven’t seen many talking about what exactly sets Jeuveau apart from other neurotoxin injectables on the market.
To get to the heart of it,… click to continue reading
Posted September 27, 2019 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACS
Is it just us, or does it seem like personalization is the new black? Social media is awash with promos for tailor-made goods including jeans cut to your measurements, personalized vitamin blends, and subscription boxes geared towards your personal tastes.
This trend extends to skincare. Perhaps you’ve seen the ads for Curology, Y’OUR, or other… click to continue reading
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