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Mind the gap: How to treat post-pregnancy abdominal muscle separation (diastasis)
Diastasis recti, a separation of the abdominal muscles due to pregnancy, is commonly repaired as part of a tummy tuck but many are promoting a regimen of exercise as an alternative approach; this blog explains why it probably doesn't work.
Do collagen supplements work for healthy skin?
Several clinical studies confirm that collagen supplements can help make skin healthier.
When what you want is not what you need: How to have an honest discussion with your plastic surgeon
When discussing your goals with a plastic surgeon, knowing what you want is important; more important is knowing what is realistic and what is best.
Posted by Dr. Baxter
Publications, New Study | July 02, 2018
Clinical trial shows long term benefits of Galaflex internal bra
Multicenter clinical trial showing long term results with Galaflex mesh internal bra in breast lift surgery.
Artistry in plastic surgery not just paint by numbers
Creating natural results with plastic surgery requires an understanding of artistic principles that goes beyond classical mathematical proportions.
The modern mommy makeover: Can you have it all?
How the modern mommy makeover adapts to the needs of the modern mom, with methods for faster recovery and individualized results.
Cosmetic surgery, plastic surgery, aesthetic surgery: Who is most qualified?
Dr. Baxter explains what aesthetic plastic surgery means and summarizes his Instagram takeover day for the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
Breast Implants without a Breast Lift
During a breast augmentation, breast implants are placed within the natural breast through a very small incision. Women with good quality skin whose breasts are only slightly deflated and whose nipples do not sit not low on the breast are the best candidates for a breast augmentation alone.
Double bubble troubles: Understanding a common breast implant problem
Successful correction of breast implant double bubble deformity depends on understanding two possible causes of the problem.
Does the media create unrealistic standards of beauty - or vice-versa?
The media is often blamed for creating unrealistic standards of beauty, but in this post Dr. Baxter explains why it might be the other way around.