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Fear Not. Begin Easy When Considering Plastic Surgery

Are you wondering if plastic surgery would improve your self-confidence, but are timid about actually going through with it? If so, we can offer a few tips that may help as you decide. Plastic surgery doesn’t have to be scary – especially with Dr. Buchanan as your surgeon. In fact, plastic surgery can give you Read the Rest   &#x25B6

 

Magic In a Wand: How to Get the Best Out of Your Latisse

Getting ready every day can seem like a full-time job, especially when it comes time to applying your makeup. By wrestling with eyeshadow, eyeliner, and mascara, sometimes it can seem impossible to get your eyes to look perfect. That’s why our patients at The Center For Plastic Surgery rave about Latisse.  As the only FDA-approved Read the Rest   &#x25B6

 

Breast Implant Facts or Fictions

Breast implant (augmentation) surgery is one of the most popular and common plastic surgery procedures in the world. It’s interesting to recall, however, that approximately thirty years ago it was only the very select who could chose to enhance their décolletage. If you’re considering breast implants but are a bit apprehensive, continue to read. Breast Read the Rest   &#x25B6

 

The Causes of Gynecomastia

It’s true…many women want big breasts…but men who are dealing with “man boobs,” or gynecomastia, dread the thought. Occasionally gynecomastia causes a tiny lump under one or both nipples; sometimes it results in large, pendulous breasts. But no matter the way it manifests itself, gynecomastia can be embarrassing and inhibiting. Weight loss may help, but Read the Rest   &#x25B6

 

Chin Up! Dr. Buchanan Now Offers KYBELLA®

Chin Up! Dr. Buchanan Now Offers KYBELLA® If you are looking for a way to reduce the appearance of your “double chin,” you are not alone. Loving the neck area is something many men and women struggle with – especially as they age. KYBELLA® to the rescue! What is KYBELLA® and how does it work? Read the Rest   &#x25B6

 

What Do You Know About Chin Augmentation Surgery?

If you feel that your chin is poorly shaped, does not compliment your other facial elements, is small, or recedes, a chin implant (chin augmentation surgery) may be the perfect surgical option for you. Although not as common as other procedures, this unique surgery can add proportion and balance to your chin. Chin augmentation is Read the Rest   &#x25B6

 

Lift Your Lids – The 411 On Blepharoplasty

As you age, “droopy” anything is not good. Droopy eyelids, especially, can make you look older, and even more importantly, can impair your vision. Eyelid surgery, also known as Blepharoplasty, is one of the most popular cosmetic surgical procedures at the Center for Plastic Surgery. It can correct eyelid droopiness and the puffiness under your Read the Rest   &#x25B6

 

Seniors – Are You Considering Cosmetic Surgery?

Cosmetic surgery is popular no matter the age of the patient, and, today, more seniors than ever are considering cosmetic surgery as a way to enhance they way they look – to ensure that it matches the way they feel. Cosmetic surgery for the older population is definitely trending. One reason for this trend is Read the Rest   &#x25B6

 

Injectables Aren’t Just For Women

While most women are in-the-know about the benefits of Botox and Dermal Fillers, more men are opting for these popular, non-surgical treatments to address fine lines, wrinkles and other signs of aging. According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, injectables saw a 21% increase from 2014 to 2015. There are two types of Read the Rest   &#x25B6

 

Are You Considering A Botox® Treatment?

Are You Considering A Botox® Treatment? Eventually, everyone must deal with the fine lines and wrinkles associated with aging. Fortunately, there is a perfect way to diminish their appearance – Botox® Cosmetic Treatments. Botox® is a purified form of botulinum toxin A, which means there’s no botulism risk when used properly. It works by blocking Read the Rest   &#x25B6