Cosmetic Surgery Continues To Rise in Popularity

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons recently released the cosmetic surgery statistics for 2014. Cosmetic surgery continues to rise in popularity with a 3% increase from 2013 with over 15 million surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures performed throughout the year. In addition, 5.8 million reconstructive surgery procedures were performed last year, up 1 percent. “The …

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New Double Chin Treatment Likely Coming Later This Year

Dr. Thompson sees patients on a regular basis who are unhappy with the lack of definition below their chin. This is often referred to as a double chin and there is a new injectable treatment coming soon that will make it disappear. Last week, an FDA advisory panel approved the new injection, Kythera Biopharmaceuticals’ ATX-101. The …

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Injectables on The Younger You with Troy Thompson

Troy: Welcome to the show. Today we’re talking all about injectables and the non-surgical ways you can bring youth back to your face. Let me introduce you to Dr. Thompson, one of my favorites, our facial plastic surgeon. Welcome back, Dr. Thompson. Dr. Scott Thompson: Thanks for having me Troy. Troy: All right, let’s clear …

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Plastic Surgery – Is It Time To Shut Up About It?

Women – and men – have recently been geting a lot of attention for plastic surgery and it’s often negative. From celebrity plastic surgery rumors that spread like wild fire to religious statements made recently by the Vatican comparing plastic surgery to a “burqa made of flesh”. This has all come despite the fact that plastic surgery …

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Why Do They Call It Plastic Surgery?

It’s a good question, right? And one many have pondered on. Which is why Huffington Post featured a great article answering this very question by plastic surgeon, Dr. Mathew Plant. The word Plastic in greek is plastikos, which is greek for “to mould”. It makes sense as plastic surgery involves manipulating and repositiong tissue to suit …

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Combining Facial Cosmetic Procedures For Optimal Results

Each patient comes to Dr. Thompson with individual concerns they would like addressed through facial cosmetic surgery. Depending on the degree of aging concerns, non-surgical procedures or more invasive surgeries may be recommended to help each patient achieve their goals. Often times, a combination of both is recommended for optimal facial rejuvenation. Facelift surgery is one of …

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Full Facelift Versus In-Office MACS Facelift

Dr. Thompson sees numerous patients daily who desire a facelift procedure to restore their neck and jaw line for a more youthful appearance. Overtime, the skin loses elasticity while both the skin and underlying muscles begin to sag as shown in the diagram to the left. Facelift surgery should not only lift and tighten the skin but the underlying muscle layer …

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Renee Zellweger Part 2? Uma Therman Plastic Surgery Rumors…

Uma Therman made major headlines when she stepped out on the red carpet this week looking drastically different this week. Plastic surgery rumors went rampit and continue through today. People were quick to point out that her hair was much sleeker than usual and her skin also appeared to be much smoother. It’s clear she …

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