Posted by Dr. Baxter

| June 02, 2016

What Does a Facelift Procedure Include?

There are many different type of facelifts, and the specific approach is customized depending on the individual patient, and may include the brow or eyelids.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| April 23, 2016

Western Washington's favorite plastic surgeon?!

What does it mean to be nominated in the Best of Western Washington poll?

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| March 31, 2016

Demystifying breast implants part 3: Form-stable implants

This blog discusses form-stable breast implants, also known as gummy bear implants, cohesive gel implants, teardrop implants, anatomical breast implants, shaped implants, and defines who should consider them.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| March 15, 2016

Is Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Really Worth It?

How we perceive beauty is all about balance. If the nose is too big or too small, can really wreak havoc on a patient's self-esteem.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| March 12, 2016

The Internal Bra

This article by Dr. Baxter reviews the development of the internal bra and different materials used for it.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| March 07, 2016

Seven tummy tuck variations: How to know what's best for you

Seven tummy tuck variations: How to know what's best for you

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| February 29, 2016

Is plastic surgery art or science? Dr. Baxter interviewed on the Plastic Surgery Channel

In this interview on the Plastic Surgery Channel, Dr. Baxter discusses how to balance art and technique in plastic surgery.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| February 15, 2016

What's in a mommy makeover?

In this post Dr. Baxter defines a mommy makeover as a tummy tuck with breast implants and/or a breast lift, reviews the safety of a mommy makeover, and when is the best time to have it.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| January 27, 2016

Drain or no drain with tummy tuck?

Dr. Baxter describes the progressive tension suture method for abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) which minimizes the need for drains.

Posted by Dr. Baxter

| January 13, 2016

Latisse vs. Revitalash

Latisse remains the only FDA-approved product for growing longer, darker, and fuller eyelashes and risk of iris color change is very low.