Recently the American Society of Plastic Surgeons released a video warning plastic surgery patients about the potential dangers of traveling abroad for cosmetic procedures. Patients should be aware of the fact that foreign countries have a significantly different standard of care than the United States does. “Medical tourism is the complete reverse of the traditional …Read More
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Monthly Archives: February 2013
The pregnancy is over. The baby is healthy and well. Now you want to reinvigorate your body’s shape and contour. Many women think this is an impossible goal. Think again. The seemingly impossible is possible with the help of the Parker Center for Plastic Surgery. As an experienced plastic surgeon, Dr. Paul M. Parker has …Read More
A study published in the December 2012 issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery analyzed 50 patients who underwent facelift surgery and how they look today, 5 ½ years later. While the facelift patients show some signs of normal aging, the results show that they look younger today than before they had their facelift. “The study …Read More
This month’s Featured Patient highlights facelift surgery. A well done, state of the art facelift should rejuvenate a patient to make them look more youthful and well rested, specifically avoiding an “operated look”. A recent study in the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery journal showed that patients 5 ½ years (on average) after their face lift …Read More