Posted by Dr. Baxter

| July 22, 2022

All about the Browlift: Why, When, and How

Browlifts are among the most useful but misunderstood procedures in plastic surgery. Lifting and shaping the brow is often the key to restoring a natural look for the upper face. There are several misconceptions about browlifts (also called forehead lifts), the most common being that they result in a surprised appearance

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New Study, Botox | April 01, 2022

Botox® by the numbers 2022

Botox® cosmetic, the leading brand of Botulinum toxin type A, is having an anniversary this month. It’s been 20 years since Botox® cosmetic was approved

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| March 24, 2022

Anti-aging supplements: what works

Do anti-aging supplements work? It’s a simple question with a complicated answer, but there’s increasing evidence that some of them do, and many do not. The problem is measuring the results, especially if you are a stickler about what anti-aging means.

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New Study | January 12, 2022

The surprising reason why breast implants might protect against breast cancer

overall, having breast implants seems to protect against breast cancer. The effect isn’t subtle; multiple studies show that the odds are reduced by as much as 40%. New evidence points to a possible explanation involving the immune system and anti-cancer antibodies

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New Study | December 27, 2021

2021 Top Ten stories in anti-aging longevity medicine

While headlines in biotech this year were dominated by the seemingly neverending pandemic, it’s also been a big year in anti-aging and longevity science. In no particular order, here is my top ten list of favorites:

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| November 24, 2021

Gratitudology part 5: The anti-aging dividend of thankfulness

Gratitudology – my term for the scientific study of the benefits of gratitude – has become, in the immortal words of Ron Burgundy, kind of a big deal. When I first started writing about gratitude in 2014, I had to do some digging to find legitimate published studies on the topic. Now I find dozens or articles, even a meta-analysis – a survey of the field consolidating key findings. Here are a few of the highlights of the research on the rewards of expressing thankfulness:

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Surgery Report | October 14, 2021

Eight tummy tuck variations: How to know what's best for you

I’m updating the piece I wrote a while back on seven variations of tummy tucks to include mesh reinforcement of diastasis repair, which we have been doing more of lately. This blog will explain the differences and how to determine which one might be best for you.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| September 15, 2021

Next generation anti-aging skin care is here!

We are thrilled to announce that Emepelle, for post-menopausal skin, and OS-01, scientifically documented to restore aging skin at a molecular level, are here now! Both of these products are first in class, developed with state of the art biomedical science, and proven effective.

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Breast implants, New Study | September 02, 2021

Subfascial breast implant placement: still fashionable after all these years

Subfascial breast augmentation is a technique of placing the implant in front of the pectoral muscle. New research confirms what I have thought for a long time: subfascial (pronounced like fashion, not facial) is here to stay.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| August 16, 2021

Move over, anti-aging: de-aging” is where it’s at

When did anti-aging become a sensitive subject? How about instead we accept that healthy skin appears more youthful, and that the desire to appear younger is healthy. We can then focus on things that actually work.