Month: March 2015

Liposuction vs. Diet and Exercise: When to Turn to Body Contouring

Liposuction vs. Diet and Exercise: When to Turn to Body Contouring

A common misconception about liposuction is that the same results could be achieved through traditional weight loss methods of diet and exercise. However, it’s important to remember that body contouring procedures are not meant as weight loss alternatives because the goals of body contouring are distinctly different from those of weight loss. Here’s a closer […]
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3 Reasons Older Women Shouldn’t Discount Getting Breast Implants

3 Reasons Older Women Shouldn’t Discount Getting Breast Implants

Some women hold a misconception that breast implants can offer the most benefits for younger women. This simply isn’t true. In fact, many older women undergo breast augmentation to find that their results provide them with the same benefits you can expect for a younger patient, including increased self-confidence, an enhanced appearance and a more […]
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2015 Medical Mission to the Philippines

2015 was the fourth consecutive year that I led a team from Medical Missions for Children to travel to Batangas, the Philippines for a volunteer surgery mission. This year the team consisted of Dr. Jeffrey Anderson (anesthesiologist from Folsom Anesthesia Medical Group), Dr. Rebecca Garza (a Stanford plastic surgery resident), Eddie Brock, RN (a Stanford […]
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