The Latest in Plastic Surgery News
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".
Hollywood's Influence on Plastic Surgery
Just how big of an influence does Hollywood have on the perception of plastic surgery?
Why Not Use the Split Muscle Technique for Breast Augmentation?
Every time I explain how the split muscle technique reduces animation deformity with breast implants under the muscle, patients ask "If this is such a good method, why doesn't everyone use it?"
Snap Judgment: Is it OK for a Plastic Surgeon to Post to Snapchat During Surgery?
Is it OK for a plastic surgeon to post live to Snapchat during surgery?
Bravo for the Brassiere
Does wearing a bra cause cancer? Where the topics of breasts, women's health, and body image intersect, you can count on speculation masquerading as science to connect the dots.
Dancing With The Scars: A Plastic Surgeon's Tango Fandango
Does learning Argentine Tango (AT) really have anything to do making me a better plastic surgeon?
5 Myths of Breast Implants
First performed in 1895, breast augmentation is arguably one of the most recognizable of all plastic surgery procedures. This distinction brings with it many myths, questions, and hearsay to the public discourse - some of which I'll address below.