The Latest in Plastic Surgery News
Correction of asymmetry in breast surgery
Symmetry has long been held to be a hallmark of physical beauty, for the face and the body. It's more than just an artistic concept; scientific studies have consistently validated the relationship of symmetry to attractiveness.
Correction of Breast Implant Animation Deformity by Conversion to Split Muscle Plane
Animation deformities are distortions of the breast with muscle flexion and are common with implants under the muscle using the dual plane technique. This video will show correction of animation deformity in a patient with a previous breast lift and implants by converting to the split muscle plane.
Scar Tactics: Don't Be Too Scarred from Your Mommy Makeover
It's normal to have fears about scarring, particularly with a tummy tuck and breast surgery for a mommy makeover. Plastic surgeons use a variety of strategies to minimize scars, but it is not possible (yet) to do surgery without leaving a scar.
Significant Others and Plastic Surgery: A Surgeon's Perspective
Women in relationships often get flack from their significant other for considering cosmetic surgery. "I love you the way you are, why would you want to change?" I'll discuss how wanting to look your best is a healthy thing, and it isn't just about being attractive to your partner.
When It Comes To Plastic Surgery, Online Resources Are Off The Mark
According to several recent studies, online resources are off the mark when it comes to plastic surgery. The information is often misleading, inaccurate, or unintelligible.
Accused of Having Plastic Surgery!
Maybe you've seen this type of headline: "Carrie Underwood accused of plastic surgery" or "Kendall Jenner accused of getting breast implants" like it's some sort of crime. Refreshingly, there are also those who aren't afraid to talk about it, like Kaley Cuoco of The Big Bang Theory - one of my favorite shows.
Attention To Detail: What I Learned At The ISAPS Meeting In Japan
I discuss my takeaways from a recent trip to Japan for the biannual meeting of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and I draw a few parallels I noticed between plastic surgery and the attention to detail that's so ingrained in Japanese culture.
Say Goodbye To Bat Wings
As we age, our tissues lose collagen and elastin. It's very common and you're not alone if you've noticed sagging in your upper arms.
The Steps To Avoiding A "Botched" Procedure
Watch Dr. Baxter and a panel of expert surgeons discuss how patients should approach their plastic surgery procedure to get the best possible results.
Dr. Baxter Nominated for Best of Western Washington's "Best Plastic Surgeon 2016"
Dr. Richard Baxter is again nominated for the title of King5 and Evening Magazine's Best of Western Washington "Best Plastic Surgeon 2016".