All Video News for Plastic Surgeon Interviews

  • Rejuvenating the Eyes with Blepharoplasty

    Do you find yourself asking, “Why do I look so tired all the time?”… well with age, we all start to notice subtle and sometimes even dramatic changes in the skin around our eyes. Over the years, we see our eyelids begin to stretch, and as a result, the muscles supporting them begin to weaken. This process can result in excess fat to wrinkle above and below the eyelids, causing saggy eyebrows, droopy upper lids, and bags under our eyes. In some cases, the sagging skin around the eyes can begin to obstruct your vision, especially the upper and outer parts of your field of vision. 

  • The Modern Tummy Tuck

    The tummy tuck surgery or abdominoplasty is performed to flatten your tummy with the removal of loose, excess fat or skin as well as tighten the muscles in the abdominal wall. In this Smart Beauty Guide exclusive, ASAPS member Dr. Francisco Canales, a board-certified plastic surgeon, reviews the advancements of the modern tummy tuck. Dr. Canales shares that over the past 25 years, the tummy tuck has evolved significantly. A procedure that once had patients taking 3-4 weeks of recovery time is now a mere 10-14 days with very little scarring. 

  • Tummy Tuck Surgery

    The tummy tuck surgery or abdominoplasty is performed to flatten your tummy with the removal of loose, excess fat or skin as well as tighten the muscles in the abdominal wall. In this Smart Beauty Guide exclusive, ASAPS member Dr. Laurie Casas, a board-certified plastic surgeon, reviews the advancements of the tummy tuck procedure.  

  • Minimize Signs of Aging with Facial Fillers

    ASAPS member Tracy Pfeifer, MD, a board-certified plastic surgeon from New York, NY demonstrates how facial fillers can help minimize and prevent signs of aging. 

  • Facial Rejuvenation with Fillers

    Once we’re past 30, (or for those of us lucky folks) 40, we start seeing new lines, creases, folds and even scars on the surface of the skin. Aging is inevitable – that’s a fact. The good news, there’s a way for patients to offset signs of aging with facial fillers. Facial fillers are minimally invasive, and allow for instant improvement. Plus, they can be used on the face, neck, and hands, resulting in a fuller, smoother and more youthful appearance. This treatment option has very few risks and little recovery time. It’s really a win-win. 

  • Breast Augmentation: Implant Selection

    Many patients considering breast augmentation may feel overwhelmed by the plethora of implant options available. The process can be daunting, when faced with a variety of types, textures, shapes, and sizes. Seeing a board-certified plastic surgeon will help eliminate the guesswork and help you reach your desired goals. ASAPS member Dr. Tiffany McCormack breaks down the options in this exclusive video for Smart Beauty Guide. 

  • Fat Grafting to the Face

    Watch Dr. Michael Law discuss fat grafting to the face, the latest technique to restore facial volume. 

  • Butt Augmentation: Fat Transfer to the Butt

    Watch Dr. Matthew Nykiel discuss fat transfer to the buttocks, the latest technique in gluteal augmentation. 

  • Three Must-Have Skincare Products for Women Over 30

    “I always tell every woman whether they are dark skin or light skin, if you are approaching 30 you need to be on these three products; SPF, retinol and vitamin C. Everything else is nice to have but these three things are proven to work and so it would be a shame to miss out,” notes board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Sheila Nazarian 

  • Three Types of Anesthesia Used in Plastic Surgery

    Anesthesia is medication administered by an anesthesiologist prior to surgery to control pain during surgery or a procedure. Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Constantino Mendieta describes three types of anesthesia used depending on the procedure. 

    “People use various terms such as local anesthesia, awake anesthesia, general anesthesia. But the bottom line is this, if you are fully awake with no medication then you have just got local anesthesia in there,” explains Dr. Mendieta. 

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