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The Dangers of BOTOX Bargain Hunting

For patients who aren’t ready for surgical facial rejuvenation procedures, injectables such as dermal fillers and BOTOX® at our Eugene, Oregon, practice are more popular than ever. Unfortunately, with the rising injectables trend has inevitably come the presence of knockoff brands and less-than-reputable providers offering treatments at prices that seem too good to be true. …

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A woman rests in bed after a full recovery from a subtle breast augmentation procedure.

The Rise of the Subtle Breast Augmentation

For women considering breast augmentation at our Eugene, Oregon, practice, there is a growing interest in achieving subtle results rather than a dramatic transformation. Instead of seeking considerable size increases, women are now focused on slightly enhancing the size and shape of their breasts to feel more feminine and reverse any undesirable effects brought on …

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A woman smiles because of the happiness her facelift has brought her.

Why Facelifts Are Better Now than Ever Before

There's no doubt that advances in nonsurgical facial rejuvenation treatments have changed the aesthetic landscape in the past 10 to 20 years more than any other development. Some men and women may even benefit from a "liquid facelift" at our Eugene, Oregon, practice. Still, injectables and non-invasive skin tightening procedures such as Ultherapy® can't match …

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A mother exercises to complement the results of her tummy tuck

Exercise Can’t Shrink Excess Stomach Skin After Pregnancy

Earlier, one of the most popular blogs on parenting, Scary Mommy, featured a post that told the unvarnished truth about post-baby bodies. The topic echoed what we’ve heard countless times from tummy tuck patients at our Eugene, Oregon, plastic surgery practice. “Let me break it down for you,” the blog post’s author wrote. “In addition …

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A woman looks in the mirror and considers breast augmentation.

Uneven Breasts Are Common—Breast Augmentation Can Help

Symmetry is often associated with attractiveness. That’s been shown to be true for faces, and having perfectly even breasts is something many women desire. The fact is, however, that most women’s breasts have some degree of asymmetry—some estimates put it at nearly 90% of women. It comes as a surprise to many women considering breast augmentation at …

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Men's Cosmetic Surgery - November Blog

More Men Are Pursuing Plastic Surgery. What Should You Know?

Statistics released earlier this year by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons revealed a trend we're seeing at our Eugene practice: Increasing numbers of men are coming in for male breast reduction surgery. But that's just part of the picture. As the stigma surrounding plastic surgery erodes, men are becoming more comfortable pursuing aesthetic treatments, …

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What You Should Know About Implants and BIA-ALCL

Women with breast implants or those who are considering breast augmentation have probably heard or read reports about an unusual type of lymphoma associated with implants that have textured surfaces. I've discussed this topic with patients during breast augmentation consultations at my Eugene, Oregon, practice, but I wanted to share this up-to-date information in this …

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Ultherapy and Fillers September Blog

Ultherapy® vs. Fillers: Which Option Is Best for You?

As we age, our skin loses its firmness, and wrinkles begin to develop. People concerned about looking older than they feel but who aren't ready—or don't want—plastic surgery, have nonsurgical options. Dermal fillers and are 2 treatments offered at our Eugene, Oregon, plastic surgery practice that minimize the signs of aging. Combining fillers with Ultherapy …

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Woman loving her skin after Ultherapy® laser treatment

Ultherapy®: A Great Skin Treatment for Busy People

Ultherapy® at our Oregon-based Jewell Plastic Surgery Center has become increasingly popular due to its ability to lift and rejuvenate the skin without the need for surgery, needles, sutures, or downtime. Treatments take from 30 to 90 minutes, and patients can immediately return to their normal daily activities following the appointment, so it’s a great …

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