Botox: A Simple Fix for a Gummy Smile

January 15th, 2015|

A smile is the prettiest thing you can wear. Judging by the 1.4 billion spent yearly on over the counter teeth whiteners, Americans believe this adage. Perfect smiles and pearly white teeth are important to our society. Just look at any Hollywood celebrity, as their star rises so does their dental bill. On that road […]

Are People Investing More Money on Cosmetic Surgery?

December 22nd, 2014|

At one time, only Hollywood starlets indulged in cosmetic surgery. These beautiful women would undergo surgery so they could look even more stunning under the harsh glare of the spotlight and unblinking eye of the camera. Everyone else had to make do with their natural looks, or rely on makeup, hair coloring, and other quick […]

Considering Breast Implant Revision?

August 22nd, 2014|

Surgery is never an easy choice, especially when it comes to revising the outcome of a previous procedure. A second operation is sometimes necessary to get satisfactory results. However, trying to decide whether a breast implant revision is necessary can be difficult. Almost all women want to have beautiful breasts, but many are reluctant to […]

Exercise After Tummy Tuck Surgery

August 6th, 2014|

We all know that there are a few areas on the body that are harder to tone than others. The belly is one of those troublesome areas. This is why some of our patients opt to a have a tummy tuck procedure to tackle that excess fat. Following surgery, it’s essential to engage in a […]

Plastic Surgery Diet: What to Eat Before and After Surgery

July 14th, 2014|

One of the great advantages of aesthetic surgery is that it’s thoroughly discussed between doctor and patient and scheduled well in advance. As a patient, one of the more important preparations you can make is to adhere to a plastic surgery diet. What you eat in the month before your procedure and during the post-operative […]

What is the Difference Between Liposonix, CoolSculpting and Liposuction?

June 23rd, 2014|

Advances in medical technology introduce new and exciting procedures to enhance the way you look and feel. Surgeons first began performing liposuction during the 1980s. Back then, it was easy to choose a surgical procedure to remove fat from specific areas of the body – liposuction was the only option.

Today, cosmetic surgeons offer several options […]

Who is a Good Candidate for a Tummy Tuck?

June 4th, 2014|

For many women who care about their body, maintaining a taut, firm tummy is the most important aspect of their appearance. But the natural aging process, massive weight loss, or the physical stressors of pregnancy and childbirth can leave some women with loose skin and a poochy tummy that no amount of dieting or exercise […]

Different Kinds of Breast Implants: Benefits and Drawbacks

May 29th, 2014|

Breast implants are the second-most popular form of plastic surgery in the world, and the most popular plastic surgery procedure in the US.  Whether it’s for reasons of self-esteem, sexual desirability, or wanting to fit in (or wanting to stand out!) over 300,000 American women get breast implants every year.

We’ve come a long way from […]

Plastic Surgery Consultation – What to Expect

May 14th, 2014|

If you’re deeply unhappy with some aspect of your physical appearance, plastic surgery can be a great tool for looking and feeling better.  Many of Dr. Hubbard’s patients find themselves with new self-confidence and personal strength after a procedure (as well as wearing clothes they could never have imagined before!).  But if you’ve never explored […]

Smoking and Plastic Surgery: It’s Not Worth the Risk

May 7th, 2014|

Potential candidates for plastic surgery often ask when is the “right” time to have certain procedures. Particular plastic surgery procedures should be put on hold until you’re at a certain point in your lifestyle: for example, it’s best to wait on having a tummy tuck done until after you’re finished having children. What surprises many […]

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