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"The Evolution of the Facelift"By Lawrence M. Korpeck, MD

The facelift, one of the most popular of all cosmetic procedures, has progressed. Despite the extensive peels, laser treatments, and dermabrasion techniques available today, the facelift continues to be the technique that patients turn to when their jowls, neckline, and the areas around the mid-face begin to sag, or when their facial wrinkles and creases become deeper. Boca Raton Facelift...

Mixed reaction to moratorium

South Florida doctors show mixed reaction to moratorium on certain in-office surgeries. In August of 2004, the Florida Board of Medicine issued an emergency moratorium on certain types of surgeries performed in physicians' offices, such as tummy tucks and breast augmentation. The reason? Read more on in office surgery...

Quarterly 'nip and tuck magazine' debuts today with circulation of 500,000

Dr. Korpeck, practicing in Boca for 18 years, said recent television shows like "Extreme Makeover" and "Nip/Tuck" had made "botox", "breast implants", and "liposuction" into household names and fueled public interest in dermatology and cosmetic surgery to the point where a specialty magazine like NewBeauty was inevitable. More on Boca Raton magazine New Beauty...

Study Reveals Who Is Really Considering Plastic Surgery

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons recently completed a groundbreaking study which investigated potential patients considering plastic surgery and their motivations. The study found that those potential patients with plastic surgery in mind came from a variety of different economic backgrounds and age groups. The study polled 644 people considering plastic surgery. . Read More on plastic surgery...


Do Your homework, be prepared ... all for the right reasons

If you are one of the millions of people considering a cosmetic surgery procedure, it is important to know that you are making the right decision for you. This article provides answers to questions that you should consider before having a cosmetic surgery procedure done. . More on preparing for cosmetic surgery...


Boca Raton Botox, Liposuction leading the way...

Botox injections and liposuction topped the list of the nearly 11.5 million cosmetic surgical and non-surgical procedures performed in the United States in 2005. Pectoral implants, buttock implants, calf augmentation and vaginal rejuvenation, have all been touted in the media recently as the "hot" new procedures taking plastic surgery by storm. According to the ASPS, the reality is quite different from the hype. More on Boca Raton Botox

Plastic surgery attracting Boca Raton couples...

A new trend in Boca Raton cosmetic surgery is new his and her treatments. Couples are now going into cosmetic surgery centers in Boca Raton together for cosmetic procedures. Boca Raton couples are headed into clinics for botox treatments, eyelid surgery, face lifts and more. Boca Raton cometic surgery for couples


FX Drama 'Nip/Tuck' slices into plastic surgery. Boca Raton cosmetic surgeons say that the show is absurd...

Scenes involving the slicing and carving of patients, including one memorable liposuction gone wrong in which the fat hits the fan, have some real life cosmetic surgeons up in arms.

"The FX show in no way represents the way in which qualified, professional and ethical plastic surgeons manage their practices or care for their patients," the ASPS said in a statement.

Boca Raton plastic surgeon Lawrence Korpeck, says he is also concerned about the show's inappropriate representation of the practice of medicine. Boca Raton cosmetic surgeons comment on Nip Tuck

Near-Total Ban On Silicone Breast Implants Could End..

A 13-year, near-total ban on silicone breast implants may soon come to an end. The Food and Drug Administration will hear testimony next month. The panel will decide whether silicon-gel breast implants can be approved for general use and whether they are safe for use. More on Silicone Breast Implants Cosmetic Surgery Will Use Stem Cells . Stem cell researchers have shown how cosmetic surgery, such as wrinkle removal and breast augmentation, might be improved with natural implants that keep their original size and shape better than synthetics. Stem cell researchers have shown how cosmetic surgery, such as wrinkle removal and breast augmentation, might be improved with natural implants that keep their original size and shape better than synthetics. More on Stem Cells and Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic Surgery Will Use Stem Cells

Stem cell researchers have shown how cosmetic surgery, such as wrinkle removal and breast augmentation, might be improved with natural implants that keep their original size and shape better than synthetics. Stem cell researchers have shown how cosmetic surgery, such as wrinkle removal and breast augmentation, might be improved with natural implants that keep their original size and shape better than synthetics. More on Stem Cells and Cosmetic Surgery

LEAPS demonstrates safety of liposuction, established study protocol

A reecent released, comprehensive study has found liposuction procedures both safe and effective.The final report for the Lipoplasty Effectiveness and Patient Safety (LEAPS) outcomes research study was recently presented by Bruce Cunningham, MD, LEAPS principal investigator.This study was funded by Association of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), Plastic Surgeons Education Foundations (PSEF), and the Aesthetic Surgery Education and Research Foundation. More on Liposuction Safety

 

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