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The Aesthetic Society
is a member organization comprised of board-certified plastic surgeons devoted to aesthetic & cosmetic medicine.
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The Aesthetic Society Jul 19
The latest from The Aesthetic Surgery Journal Open Forum study by Dr. Anthony Youn features the answers to these questions and the latest trend where patients bring filtered selfies to their surgeons to communicate their aesthetic desires.
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The Aesthetic Society Jul 18
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The Aesthetic Society Jul 17
Join thought-leaders at Experienced Insights: Breast & Body Contouring, October 17th - 19th at Live! by Lowes in Arlington/Dallas, Texas.
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The Aesthetic Society Jul 16
Breast implant illness (BII) is a subject that is increasingly on the minds of many of our patients. Because of low incidence and variable presentation, it will be some time before we understand the etiopathogenesis…
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The Aesthetic Society Jul 15
🔹Botulinum Toxin (including Botox, Dysport and Xeomin) 1,801,033⠀ ⠀ 🔹Hyaluronic Acid (Including Juvederm Ultra, Ultra Plus, Voluma, Perlane, Restylane, Belotero) 810,240 ⠀ ⠀ 🔹Nonsurgical Fat Reduction (incl.…
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The Aesthetic Society Jul 12
A before-and-after gallery can be a powerful tool to survey a plastic surgeons work before heading into the office for a consultation. You can trust our gallery to see real results provided by ABPS board-certified plastic surgeons.
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The Aesthetic Society Jul 10
Today on the blog we're diving deep into the tummy tuck procedure: 🔹What is a tummy tuck? 🔹What techniques are used? 🔹What are the limitations? 🔹Which one might be right for you?
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The Aesthetic Society Jul 9
Kimberly noticed her waist had become thicker in spite of her strict diet and exercise. She decided to consult with an ABPS board-certified plastic surgeon to try and find a solution.  Watch Kimberly’s story below.
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The Aesthetic Society Jul 8
Hair Loss: The Nitty-Gritty On Hair Transplant Surgery
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The Aesthetic Society Jul 5
A potential patient asks if a mini facelift can be done under local anesthesia. See what surgeons have to say on the matter –
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The Aesthetic Society Jul 4
From all of us at The Aesthetic Society, we wish you and your family a very happy and safe 4th of July!! 🇺🇸🎇 ⠀ @ Garden Grove, California
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The Aesthetic Society Jul 3
⠀ Buttock augmentation and Labiaplasty are among the fastest growing surgical procedures, up 61% and 53% in five years respectively. @ New York, New York
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The Aesthetic Society Jul 2
Abdominal etching is an aesthetic procedure in which your plastic surgeon uses power-assisted liposuction along the lines of your existing muscles to sculpt a patient’s desired result, akin to a “six pack.”⠀ ⁠
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The Aesthetic Society Jul 1
Unprotected UV exposure can cause sunspots, pigmentations, loss of elasticity, and fine lines and wrinkles.
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The Aesthetic Society Jun 27
Lots of fun, education and memories being made this year at The Aesthetic Society Cruise 2019! ⠀ ⠀ 📸:
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The Aesthetic Society Jun 26
reports that an Alabama high school teacher who went to the Dominican Republic for plastic surgery died after complications from the procedure. ⠀ ⠀ This would mark the second death this month.
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The Aesthetic Society Jun 25
BREAKING: The reports that agrees to buy for $63 billion.
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The Aesthetic Society Jun 24
Not all health care professionals administering injections have the same credentials and experience.⠀ ⠀ A recent article from discusses the controversy over who you should trust with injections. ⠀ (🔗 In…
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The Aesthetic Society Jun 21
Such a great message from plasticsurgerycenternashville on this !! ⠀ @ New Orleans, Louisiana
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The Aesthetic Society Jun 20
Many people assume that because injectables aren’t full-blown surgical procedures, they don’t carry risks. Just because they don’t require anesthesia, a hospital setting, or incisions, doesn’t mean that’s the case.…
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