Archive for January, 2010

Men and Plastic Surgery – Rhinoplasty & Chin Augmentation

Published on January 29, 2010

Rhinoplasty surgery is one of the most requested procedures, and one of the most complicated surgeries to do. Rhinoplasty, or “nose jobs” can be done for purely aesthetic reasons however, in the case of many males, they may come in

Men and Plastic Surgery – Liposuction

Published on January 28, 2010

Although it may not be talked about in the locker room, at the football game, or in the executive’s corner office, more men than ever are having plastic surgery. It’s estimated that 13% of all cosmetic surgery patients are men,

Men and Plastic Surgery – Face and Eyes

Published on January 28, 2010

As mentioned in earlier posts, men are having plastic surgery procedures in record numbers in part due to the need to remain competitive with younger workers. While liposuction can help refresh and renew the body, an aging face can unfairly

Men and Plastic Surgery – What IS Gynecomastia?

Published on January 27, 2010

Most people have never heard the term “Gynecomastia“. This condition is sometimes insensitively referred to as “man boobs” which just adds insult and injury to the embarrassment the man who suffers from Gynecomastia deals with on a daily basis. In

Facelift Presentation at Baker Gordon Symposium

Published on January 22, 2010

Dr. Steve Byrd will be presenting a live surgery demonstration at Mercy Hospital in Miami Florida in February, 2010. Head of Plastic Surgery at Children’s Hospital in Dallas and Professor at UTSW Medical School, he also has a Pediatric Plastic

Addicted to Plastic Surgery?

Published on January 21, 2010

Recent headlines have raised the issue of addiction to plastic surgery. The true story has very little to do with actual plastic surgery addiction and more to do with sensationalizing what a celebrity might do to keep themselves in the

Zeltiq Update

Published on January 12, 2010

Zeltiq is the new, non-invasive, no downtime procedure which targets and then eliminates fat cells in the abdomen, flanks (love handles) and back. As fat cells are exposed to this advanced technology, a metabolic process is begun which kills fat

Mommy Makeover

Published on January 8, 2010

Each season women enjoy the new fashion changes. Women should revel in the new fashions! If you work outside the home, your appearance is part of the package you present every single day at work and a wardrobe that is

The History of Breast Implants

Published on January 7, 2010

What do soy oil, glass balls, string, ivory, and wool have in common? In the past, they have ALL been used as breast implant materials. Breast Augmentation surgery was first done in the late 19th century using adipose tissue (body

Smoking and Surgery, Why It’s Important to Quit!

Published on January 6, 2010

Many of our patients are surprised when they find out that they must quit smoking prior to having any surgery. Not only must they stop smoking, they need to be away from second hand smoke at home if there’s another

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