Month: October 2017

Enter Our Carve and Win Giveaway!

Enter Our Carve and Win Giveaway!

For our October enter to win, we are offering FIVE creative carvers credit towards Kaufman for the jack o’ lanterns that best represent our practice and what we are all about.

For example, you could carve our logo, Dr. Kaufman ‘s face perhaps, possibly a syringe of filler, or dare we say it…(BOO)BS! Simply, carve it, post it, and you will be entered to win the following:

  • 1st Place: $1,000 towards our practice
  • 2nd Place: $500 towards our practice
  • 3rd Place: $250 towards our practice
  • 4th Place: $250 towards our practice
  • 5th Place: $250 towards our practice

Please note: Credits are to be applied toward nonsurgical procedures and products only.


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How a Plastic Surgeon Fits with Your Weight Loss Medical Team

How a Plastic Surgeon Fits with Your Weight Loss Medical Team

Many people struggle with their weight, and we all know that obesity can lead to a number of health problems. The desire to be healthier and more fit is the first step in a successful weight loss journey, but losing a large amount of weight is not an easy task. Nonetheless, the benefits of taking control of your health are many, and you’re more likely to succeed if you surround yourself with the right people.

It Takes a Village to Support Major Weight Loss

Losing a great deal of weight takes dedication and perseverance. Further, massive weight loss also takes a team of professionals to help you reach your goal. If you’re having bariatric surgery,


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What Causes Cellulite & How Cellfina™ Smoothes Away Dimples

What Causes Cellulite & How Cellfina™ Smoothes Away Dimples

Cellulite is a condition that creates a dimpled or lumpy appearance of the skin. Most common along the thighs and buttocks, cellulite is often characterized by decreased skin elasticity and blood flow. According to research, 90 percent of women will show signs of cellulite at some point during their lifetimes.

Causes of Cellulite

The causes of cellulite are hard to pin down. However, those in the medical profession accredit cellulite to simple genetics. Certain hormones, including estrogen and prolactin, are attributed to the development of cellulite as well. This could explain why the condition is far more common in women than men. Further, tight clothing, such as underwear with elastic rims, can limit blood flow and increase the risk of cellulite formation.


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