The Latest in Plastic Surgery News
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.
Over or under the muscle? The four options for breast augmentation and how to decide
Dr. Baxter explains the 4 options for placing breast implants: split muscle, dual-plane under muscle, subfascial, and subglandular.