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Dr. Hubbard Trains Others How To Perform Cellfina® Procedure

October 17th, 2017|

Dr. Hubbard was recently asked by MERZ North America to perform a Cellfina® procedure as part of a training opportunity for new representatives from MERZ that will be teaching other practices on how to correctly perform a Cellfina procedure. These men and women are responsible for training any doctor that buys the device in the […]

How plastic surgery can get you ready for the beach

June 11th, 2017|

Let’s be honest, you have thought numerous times about summer and how you are going to rock that bathing suit at the beach or pool party. After all, that is what New Year’s Resolutions are for – to get you ready for summer!

Fast forward to Memorial Day – uh oh! When was the last time […]

The Double Chin Battle? Check out Kybella.

September 2nd, 2016|

Do you make sure to take selfies from above so your double chin doesn’t show? We have one word for you – KYBELLA. KYBELLA is a prescription medicine used in adults to improve the appearance and profile of moderate to severe fat below the chin (submental fat), also called “double chin”.  That’s right. In your […]

Dr. Hubbard is now offering the IDEAL IMPLANT ®

March 12th, 2016|

Dr. Hubbard is pleased to announce that he is now offering a new implant option, IDEAL IMPLANT ® , for those who may be interested in breast augmentation, but are concerned about using silicone implants. While Dr. Hubbard has always offered both silicone and saline implants and feels both are safe options, they do have different consistencies, […]

Nipple Negativity- I Hate the Way My Nipples Look!

July 1st, 2015|

It is well established that if you are unhappy with the size and shape of your breasts the issue can be resolved with the expertise of a plastic surgeon. There is another common body issue, talked about less in public and popular media, though often discussed behind the closed doors of a plastic surgery consultation […]

If I get a Mommy Makeover How Long until I’m Bikini Ready?

June 11th, 2015|

Have you been eating right and exercising for months but just can’t seem to get your old body back after having children? New moms experience inward changes with the birth of each child, as well as outward changes.

Weight gain, weight loss, hormones, breastfeeding, stretch marks, all part of the new mom package, can drastically change […]

What happens if my breast implant ruptures?

April 30th, 2015|

A rupture of a breast implant means that a small hole or tear has formed on the outside or shell of the implant. Remember, all implants have scar tissue layer surrounding the implant. This scar tissue layer, called a capsule, is permeable to saline, but not silicone. Therefore, the saline would leak through and be […]

How do you prevent rippling in breast implants?

April 21st, 2015|

You’ve seen it during bikini season and on small-framed women. It’s the telltale sign of implants, visible rippling. Rippling in breast implants can be seen at the top, side or bottom of the breast. There’s no 100% guarantee, but there are proven ways to avoid this possible side effect and achieve the best possible results.

 
First […]

Breast Implants Q&A: Why get breast implants under the muscle?

April 10th, 2015|

One of the first decisions you must make before you go forward with breast enhancement is whether to have breast implants, (either silicone or saline) placed “under the muscle” (submuscular) or “over the muscle” (subglandular).  The pectoral muscles or “pecs” consist of two muscles, the pectorals major and pectoralis minor. If your board certified plastic […]

Cleavage 101: Can Breast Implants Give Me More Cleavage?

February 4th, 2015|

Patients visit a plastic surgeon when they want larger breasts to fill out clothes, create a new body profile, and the feel better about themselves. Many women also want to know how they can get more cleavage. It would seem that larger breasts and cleavage go hand-in-hand but it is more complicated than that. Achieving […]

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