All Video News for Plastic Surgeon Interviews

  • Why More Men are Seeking Plastic Surgery

    Plastic surgery is no longer just for women. The growing trend of male cosmetic surgery is attributed to men wanting to look refreshed and young again. Board-certified plastic surgery, Dr. Adam Hamawy shares insight on the influx of men who are now interested in plastic surgery.  

  • Why It Is Important To Seek a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon

    Dr. Adam J. Rubinstein, a Miami-based, board-certified plastic surgeon explains the importance of board-certification, noting it can be confusing; however, the only board in the United States that certifies plastic surgeons is the American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS) 

  • Nonsurgical Treatment for the Lower Eyelid

    Eyelid surgery was the third most popular surgical procedure performed in 2014 according to cosmetic surgery statistics released by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. 

    Dr. Mokhtar Asaadi, a board-certified plastic surgeon based in New Jersey has seen an increase in demand for eyelid procedures in his practice. 

  • Patient Safety: Factors to Consider When Choosing a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon

    Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Claude Oppikofer explains the importance of patient safety and how plastic surgeons need to have the proper education and tools to successfully perform procedures. “The first thing any patient expects from their plastic surgeon is to be safe in their hands,” notes Dr. Oppikofer. 

    Dr. Oppikofer references the model, “First, do no harm” as a guidance that all plastic surgeons follow when it pertains to their medical activity.  

  • Choosing The Right Filler That Delivers Results Boosting Your Confidence and Self-Esteem

    Men and women are searching for ways to achieve a more youthful and refreshed look without undergoing invasive plastic surgery. New York based plastic surgeon, Dr. Michael Kane describes the different types of dermal fillers on the market today and ways they can be utilized to produce optimal results for targeted facial regions. Some of the most popular dermal fillers include Restylane, Juvederm, and Belotero.  

  • Symptoms and Treatment Options for Tuberous Breasts

    Tuberous breasts are a congenital malformation of the breasts characterized by an irregular shape. This condition manifests during puberty breast development. Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Heather Furnas explains symptoms of tuberous breasts and the treatment options to correct them. 

  • Restoring Definition To The Neck and Jawline with A Neck Lift

    A neck lift also known as platysmaplasty is the removal or tightening of neck muscles (platysma bands) to reduce sagging in the neck and jaw area. Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Sherrell J. Aston, who is based in New York, explains neck rejuvenation treatment options noting that patients who are considering facelifts are in many cases also looking to correct the appearance of their slopping necks. 

  • Breast Augmentation: Inserting Implant via Armpit Incision

    Breast augmentation was the second most popular surgical procedure last year with 286,694 procedures performed. The traditional choices for inserting a breast implant are either through the nipple area or the crease under the breasts. 

  • The Corset Trunkplasty: A Novel Approach to Contouring Massive Weight Loss Patients

    The corset trunkplasty (corset body lift) is a body contouring surgical procedure that can remove excess skin in massive weight loss patients. Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Alexander P. Moya, describes the corset trunkplasty procedure as one of the procedures that can remove an average of 10 pounds of excess skin in a single stage.  

  • Popular Surgical and Nonsurgical Aesthetic Procedures for Men

    More than one million cosmetic procedures were performed on men last year, according to ASAPS 2014 statistics. Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Bruce Van Natta shares insight on the most popular surgical and nonsurgical procedures for men. 

    “Nonsurgical options for men include Botox and Dysport to get rid of fine lines, fillers, and if they are good candidates, CoolSculpting can treat problem areas around the body. A common example is the love handles. All of these are performed without surgery,” notes Dr. Van Natta. 

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