The number of cosmetic procedures for men has risen 273% since 1997, and more and more men between the ages of 40 and 70 are opting for having a little work done.
Many people who undergo massive weight loss don't even think about dealing with the potential problem of excess skin at the end. The plastic surgery industry offers a lifesaving solution to this problem in the form of excess skin removal.
A New York based foundation helps children who have facial deformities to live normal, happy lives; all at no cost!
A newly FDA approved treatment for double chins will soon be offered by Dr. Scott Thompson Facial Plastics. Kybella is a non-invasive, indictable fat reducer that will offer patients another option in the chin area.
Researchers from The University of Southern California may have discovered a new, non-surgical way to stimulate hair growth, and reverse the effects of male and female pattern baldness.
Women who had undergone rejuvenate facial plastic surgery appeared more trustworthy and likable to a panel of research participants, a recent JAMA study finds.
Breast augmentation surgery can cause damage to milk glands and hamper breastfeeding efforts, but this problem is much less common than you might think. Letting the surgeon know that you want to breastfeed in the future will allow him to do his best to make you successful in that effort!
Dr. Scott Thompson visited with us again this month, to fill us in on Botox and fillers. He showed us some pretty amazing results as one of his male patients received a liquid facelift.
The latest trends in plastic surgery have been released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, and they reveal a surprising downward shift!
Opting for a nose job is a big decision, and there are good and bad reasons for going under the knife. Do you know the difference?