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Category Archives: General Plastic Surgery

The Undead Blog

As I sit here on a plane bound for Boston before Thanksgiving weekend, I am, appropriately, struck by a few of the things for which I am profoundly grateful:  My amazing wife, the all-around awesomeness of my two boys, and the medical practice that keeps me alternately busy, challenged, fed, fulfilled, humbled, inspired, and endlessly entertained.  Given that my family … Read more

The Key to Your Best Results

The Center for Cosmetic Surgery

The topic of cosmetic surgery seems to be a fertile playing ground for fun and interactive blogging. That was my thinking when this site was initially created; however, I have fallen short of actually posting. So… I now publicly (although to few, if any readers for now) challenge myself to jump start what I feel could be a platform for … Read more

I’m OK Being “Plan B”

Plastic Surgeon in Denver Colorado

Earlier this week, I spent a half hour with one of those interesting, confident, has-her-act-together patients who help make my job fun.  She was seeing me for concerns she had with her abdomen and thighs, which were somewhat fuller than she would have preferred, and she had a PLAN. “I have a trainer, I have talked with a friend who … Read more

On the perception of aging…

A patient I recently saw in consultation for a Mini-facelift asked an interesting question: “Do facelift patients have a hard time adjusting to their new, younger appearance?”  Without hesitation, my answer was “No”. As I thought about it, I realized why, and a quick internet search confirmed my suspicion.  A common comment from patients is, “I’m here for a consult because how I … Read more

Can cosmetic surgery be too acceptable??

So I saw an attractive 25-year-old woman yesterday who consulted me because she was convinced she wanted a facelift.  A Mini-facelift, yes, but still a facelift.  On exam, this woman had a lovely facial shape and a well-defined neck.  No massive weight loss, no skin disorders resulting in abnormal facial laxity, no turkey gobbler passed on from her father.  She just thought a small … Read more