The Latest in Plastic Surgery News
No more post surgery nausea
A medication called Emend prevents anesthesia-related nausea if taken before surgery.
What can you learn from "Before" and "After" pictures?
This post by Dr. Baxter explains how to evaluate "before and after" photos on a plastic surgeon's website.
The 4 R's of 3-D facial rejuvenation
Resurfacing the skin with lasers, Relaxing hyperactive muscles with Botox, Refilling with fat grafts or dermal fillers, and Redraping loose skin with a facelift are all part of natural appearing 3 dimensional facial rejuvenation.
Kybella for submental fullness is here
Dr. Baxter is among the first doctors in the country to offer Kybella, a nonsurgical option for reduction of "submental fullness" or double chin.
What can we learn from "Botched!"?
The TV show "Botched" shows the challenges of revision plastic surgery, which is also a big part of Dr. Baxter's practice.
Calling all collagen: Secrets to maintaining healthy skin
Because healthy skin requires healthy collagen, this blog describes what works and what doesn't to give your collagen a boost .
Tummy tuck vs. liposuction
Dr. Baxter discusses how to decide between a tummy tuck or liposuction.
Remember to drink your sunscreen . . .
Red wine consumptions provides protection against UV damage to the skin, and may point the way to future sunscreens in a pill.
The special issue of specialization in plastic surgery
Dr. Baxter explains how to understand whether a plastic surgeon is an expert in a particular procedure and what questions to ask.
Tummy tuck or liposuction?
Dr. Baxter explains how to decide between a tummy tuck and liposuction on this video for the Plastic Surgery Channel.