Women who want to maintain a youthful appearance typically think about minimizing facial wrinkles or undoing sun damage to improve the quality of their skin. Few think about the ways their breasts can make them look older or less fit than they actually are. A breast lift or breast implants at our Boston-area plastic surgery practice may be just the … Read more
Category Archives: Breast Surgery
Women considering breast augmentation in the Boston area often spend hours doing online research to prepare for their consultations. It’s great to be informed, but I also encourage patients to have an open mind when it comes to choosing the size and type of implants for their procedures. I’ll explain in this blog post why it’s usually best to wait … Read more
The American College of Surgeons was founded in 1913 with the goal of improving the quality of care of patients by setting high standards for surgical education and practice. Members of the American College of Surgeons are referred to as “Fellows”. The letters FACS after a surgeon’s name stand for Fellow, American College of Surgeons. In order to become a … Read more
The answer is probably, yes. It seems that there are advertisements everywhere for ‘new’ or ‘quick-fix’ procedures that promise surgical results without any of the less popular side effects like discomfort, down-time, swelling, etc. Unfortunately this is often misleading and recent lawsuit settlements in New York and Florida offer a good example (see USA Today article). Plastic surgery is fundamentally, … Read more
Thank you for visiting our blog. Coastal Plastic Surgery is your source for accurate, honest information about plastic surgery in the Boston area. On our blog you’ll find updates on news, trends and controversial topics about aesthetic enhancement from Dr. Dax Guenther, a board-certified plastic surgeon. From facelifts to BOTOX® Cosmetic, Dr. Guenther can help you separate fact from fiction … Read more
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