The Latest in Plastic Surgery News
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.
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.
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.
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.
Keller funnel reduces rates of capsular contracture
This multi-center study shows a reduced incidence of capsular contracture with the use of the Keller funnel for breast implant placement.
12-year follow up with Alloderm
This article published by Dr. Baxter describes a 12-year follow-up case with Alloderm in revision breast surgery showing complete retention.
Body Building: Top 10 Stories in Regenerative Medicine
This blog by Dr. Baxter lists his top 10 recent developments in regenerative medicine, a new field combining tissue engineering, molecular biology, and plastic surgery.
Breast lift with implants: Better to do in one stage or two?
Dr. Baxter explains why he believes it is better to do a breast lift with implants in one stage rather than two when implants are needed.
Is plastic surgery to look like a celebrity a good idea?
Most plastic surgery patients are happy and well adjusted, but sometimes aspiring to look like a celebrity is not all bad.
Top 10 reasons to dance your way to health and longevity
Dr. Baxter reviews recent research showing the top 10 anti-aging and health-promoting effects of social dancing and dance therapy.