The Latest in Plastic Surgery News
Is plastic surgery to look like a celebrity a good idea?
Most plastic surgery patients are happy and well adjusted, but sometimes aspiring to look like a celebrity is not all bad.
Top 10 reasons to dance your way to health and longevity
Dr. Baxter reviews recent research showing the top 10 anti-aging and health-promoting effects of social dancing and dance therapy.
Gratitudology Part 2
In this post Dr. Baxter explores the scientific benefits of gratitude on health and well-being, which he calls "gratitudology."
How much should your tummy tuck cost?
In order to compare costs for tummy tucks you need to know the professional fees, anesthesia fees, and facility fees so make sure everything is included.
Demystifying breast implants part 2: Fill volumes
Allergan's Inspira and Sientra's 106/206 silicone gel breast implants have a higher fill ratio for less rippling and more options for size and shape.
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.