Plastic Surgery Blog in Voorhees, NJ and South Jersey

Benefits of Retinol in Your Daily Skincare Routine

May 16, 2017

In the quest for a healthy, youthful appearance, we’ve all experimented with many different combinations and compounds in our skin care routine. While some can prove to be ineffective or even harmful, there are a few key ingredients that have been scientifically shown to improve the tone and texture of skin. Retinol is one of […]

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How Does 3D Imaging Actually Work?

May 2, 2017

Thanks to 3D imaging technology, plastic surgeons and patients can now see a predicted outcome of a procedure well before surgery. A type of computer simulation, Vectra 3D imaging shows a possible result during the very first consultation. Here’s what to expect. Creating a Three-Dimensional Image As you are guided to our consultation room, you […]

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What Are Your Options for Facial Implants?

April 25, 2017

Facial implants are created to enhance the contours of a person’s face. There are many reasons why patients choose facial implants. Whatever the reasoning, there are several options to choose from depending on the desired results. Here’s a look at the top three: 1. Chin Implants The chin is an integral part of the face’s […]

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Taking Care of a Tummy Tuck After Surgery

April 21, 2017

It has been said that the recovery period following a plastic surgery procedure is just as important (if not more important) as the surgery itself. In the case of a tummy tuck recovery, healing will go more smoothly if the patient is informed and willing to comply completely with the post-operative instructions we provide. Here […]

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How to Recognize Capsular Contracture

April 4, 2017

For most patients, a breast implant surgery involves minimal complications. A common occurrence (which is becoming less common with advanced techniques and modern technology) is a capsular contracture, which is when scar tissue forms in and around the implant. The feeling of a hardened breast, with or without pain, is a reason to further investigate […]

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