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Category Archives: Cosmetic Surgery

MOST POPULAR COSMETIC SURGERY

We’re taking a look again, at what patients are most interested in, in Cosmetic Surgery. You may be surprised to know that areas of interest, do change from year to year, even though the change may be slight. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) polls its member surgeons each year. These are some of the figures reported for 2016. … Read more

PLASTIC SURGERY TRENDS – The Update

It seems everyone wants to know about Plastic Surgery trends. ‘Who is getting what- and why?’ Collecting this kind of information is certainly important to us, in the medical community. It helps us prepare for patients, and their many questions and concerns. Each year the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) polls its members (Board Certified Plastic Surgeons) in an … Read more

MILLENNIAL PLASTIC SURGERY- What? and Why?

  “Millennial Plastic Surgery?” Why would the youngest ‘labeled’ generation, the Millennials, embrace Plastic Surgery and cosmetic treatments? To a lot of people it comes as a surprise. It may not seem logical. Or, maybe it’s just ironic. But, it is happening. Millennials are generally defined as the 18 to 34-year olds. So, except for a small percentage in the … Read more

INVITATION: To Explore Plastic Surgery

  INVITATION– to Explore Plastic Surgery We’re excited to announce the launch of our ‘new’ website. www.VincentLeporeMD.com What’s New? As we’ve been doing for many years, we’re providing volumes of Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery News, Information, Updates, Photos, and Special Offers. What’s Different? We’re making it all a lot easier for you to ‘see’ – You’ll notice easier navigation, and … Read more

WHAT IS ‘TOO OLD’ for PLASTIC SURGERY?

Is there a hard and fast ‘upper limit’ for age in Plastic Surgery? As with most good questions, there’s more involved in the answer than a simple Yes or No. But, we’ll start with the simplest response.  No. That doesn’t mean we’re going to advocate that all 90-year olds start lining up for nips and tucks. There’s a lot of … Read more

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