The Latest in Plastic Surgery News
Bravo for the Brassiere
Does wearing a bra cause cancer? Where the topics of breasts, women's health, and body image intersect, you can count on speculation masquerading as science to connect the dots.
Dancing With The Scars: A Plastic Surgeon's Tango Fandango
Does learning Argentine Tango (AT) really have anything to do making me a better plastic surgeon?
5 Myths of Breast Implants
First performed in 1895, breast augmentation is arguably one of the most recognizable of all plastic surgery procedures. This distinction brings with it many myths, questions, and hearsay to the public discourse - some of which I'll address below.
What Makes An Expert Plastic Surgeon?
It goes without saying that we expect our doctor to have expertise in their particular specialty, and nowhere is this know-how more important than in plastic surgery.
The 'Tylenol Tummy Tuck' Gets You Results With Less Pain
Who doesn't dream of flat, toned abs? It's part of the reason why the tummy tuck is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures. Real or perceived, it is also considered one of the most painful operations.
Posted by Dr. Baxter
Publications | June 16, 2016
Progressive Tension Suture Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck)
This is my original article published in 2001 on the progressive Tension Suture technique for tummy tuck abdominoplasty.
What Does a Facelift Procedure Include?
There are many different type of facelifts, and the specific approach is customized depending on the individual patient, and may include the brow or eyelids.
Western Washington's favorite plastic surgeon?!
What does it mean to be nominated in the Best of Western Washington poll?
Demystifying breast implants part 3: Form-stable implants
This blog discusses form-stable breast implants, also known as gummy bear implants, cohesive gel implants, teardrop implants, anatomical breast implants, shaped implants, and defines who should consider them.
Is Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Really Worth It?
How we perceive beauty is all about balance. If the nose is too big or too small, can really wreak havoc on a patient's self-esteem.