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ARMS and FABULOUS! – What to Know about Arm Lift Surgery

  Time to get rid of the “Batwings”?  Or, lift the “Drapes”?  Or, take some action to tame (what one child we know and love refers to as) “The Flabby”? If you have upper arm skin and fat that still moves- after you’ve stopped moving, you’ve probably already had some thoughts about how to reduce, and tighten it up. There … Read more

What’s The Best Time To Have Plastic Surgery?

As plastic surgeons, we are often asked, “What is the best time to have surgery?”  The answer really depends on what surgery is being planned.  No matter what, elective surgery should only be done when one has adequate time to recover. CLEAR THE CALENDAR There should be no major life events ongoing, no big trips planned, and no major business ventures … Read more

Free Consultations – What it Means for the Patient and Doctor

In our practice, we’re offering free consultations to prospective patients who are interested in having a cosmetic surgical (or non-surgical) procedure. How do I take advantage of this offer? Sound like a good deal? It is- and that’s the truth. There are some details you should know. And, we need to ask you for something as well – If you … Read more

Facelift, Fillers, or Both? The Barefaced Truth

We understand. Believe us, we do. You’d like to have some “facial rejuvenation.” You’d like to look natural, but better. And, you’d like to avoid surgery.  Possible? Well, two things.  And, both are true. 1.   “What you want to hear” Modern injectable fillers, Botox-type injections, and facial implants, can often give you the improvement you want. 2.   “What you’d rather … Read more

Breast Implant Sizing: What’s Best for You?

Breast implants aren’t what they used to be, which is why choosing breast implants has become more complex for breast augmentation patients in San Jose and beyond. Today, there’s an entire menu of fillings, shapes, and sizes—and a lot of confusion arises when it comes to finding The Ones. How Big Can I Go? How Big Should My Breast Implants Be? … Read more

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