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Baggy skin after Coolsculpting?

The amount of adipose tissue removed following Coolsculpting depends on many characteristics. Age, muscle mass, prior surgeries, diet and over all health. If the fat is reduced and the patient has stretched out skin from prior pregnancies or massive weight gain then it is highly unlikely that the tissue will contract back once the fat […]



Non Invasive Body Sculpting

Non surgical fat reduction technology has exploded. While the most definitive treatment is a tummy tuck, liposuction helps to reduce the greatest amount of fat. For the non surgical treatments Coolsculpting has a 4 year track record with millions of patients treated. The latest innovation in non invasive treatments is the SculpSure treatment. Each is […]



Breast Reduction works

We are pursuing a research project which has been approved by our Investigational Review Board at the hospital, looking at the benefits of breast reduction not only on neck and back pain but also on Hand, Shoulder and Arm function. We have a patient who calculated that she had spent over 40,000 dollars over the […]


Breast augmentation consultation

This is a great reason to use Zwivel for a getting information before you go in for a consultation. At the consultation in our office you first watch a video which answers many of your questions and goes over all of the basic information. Then you will meet with me, the plastic surgeon. I go […]


If You Shop at Lane Bryant, Is Coolsculpting for You?

Patients who have excess adipose tissue are candidates for Coolsculpting. The challenge is that with multiple treatments to reduce the thickness of layers of fat with the coolsculpting, the stretched out skin may pose another problem. This excess skin is optimally removed with a tummy tuck procedure. This does not preclude a patient from having […]


Galtox. Minimize bruising with filler

GALTOX Education…. Techniques for minimizing bruising includes using blunt needles. Icing the area before and after the treatment may also decrease bruising. With bruising becoming evidenced greater than 24 hours after the treatment you are more likely past the period where icing will alter your symptoms. In this case consider using arnica which you can […]


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