Posted by Dr. Baxter

| April 27, 2015

Do I need a tummy tuck or will liposuction work?

In this blog by Dr. Baxter he explains that tummy tucks are a better option than liposuction when there is loose skin or stretch marks after pregnancy or weight loss.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| April 09, 2015

If I have liposuction on one area, won't the fat just go somewhere else?

Long-term changes in body shape with liposuction depend on recognizing body types.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| March 26, 2015

Giving Credit Where Accreditation is Due: Ensuring Safe Plastic Surgery Facilities

This blog by Dr. Baxter describes what the smart plastic surgery consumer needs to know about accreditation of office-based surgical facilities.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| March 11, 2015

Keller funnel reduces capsular contracture with silicone implants

A device called the Keller Funnel reduces capsular contracture with silicone breast implants according to a study in which Dr. Baxter participated.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| February 24, 2015

What is the best type of anesthesia for cosmetic surgery?

This blog by Dr. Richard Baxter addresses anesthesia options for cosmetic plastic surgery including facelift, tummy tuck, mommy makeover, and liposuction.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| February 11, 2015

Oscars and the anti-aging effect of beauty and success

The question of why Oscar winners and attractive people live longer than others is examined in this blog on anti-aging by Dr. Baxter.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| January 30, 2015

The Goldilocks paradigm: How to achieve natural results in plastic surgery

Dr. Baxter explains how to achieve natural results with facelifts, breast implants, and Botox by using an individualized and balanced approach.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| January 12, 2015

Which breast implant profile is best? Demystifying terminology

Dr. Baxter describes the different types of breast implant profiles to help patients decide which is best for them.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| December 03, 2014

Is generosity the ultimate anti-aging strategy? The science of good deeds

This blog reviews the science of how generosity improves health and prolongs life.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| November 24, 2014

Why gratitude is good for your health

Dr. Baxter's blog summarizes recent studies showing that being thankful is good for physical and mental health.