Posts From September, 2012


Invasive fat reduction procedures, such as liposuction, typically carry certain surgical risks and are associated with significant post-treatment recovery downtime. Even newer, minimally-invasive techniques are still surgical procedures. Unlike these types of surgical fat reduction procedures, the Liposonix treatment is non-invasive and patients typically resume normal activities immediately after the procedure. Patients come in all… Read More »

How safe are silicone breast implants?

  The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) recently announced the approval and availability of silicone gel-filled breast implants for cosmetic breast surgery. Now all women over 22 years old seeking cosmetic breast augmentation and women seeking breast reconstruction surgery will be able to select saline or silicone breast implants. The availability of silicone gel implants… Read More »


Naples Cosmetic Surgery Center Med-Spa is now offering Liposonix, the only location in the Southwest Florida area! Call our office today to schedule your complimentary consultation!                                                                                               239-348-4357

Have you ever wondered how your face aged?

The changes of the face we see due to aging begin as early as the 3rd and  4th decade of our lives.  The skin begins to thin, gravity pulls the face downward, loss of facial volume gives wrinkles (like a deflated balloon), laxity of the deeper facial fat, muscle and ligaments causes sagging and visualization… Read More »

Is it important that I ask my doctor if he or she is a board certified plastic surgeon?

Absolutely.  The American Board of Plastic Surgery is the only board dedicated to plastic surgery of the face and entire body. Unlike other specialty organizations, ABPS requires each member surgeon to have a minimum of five years of surgical training, with at least two of those years specifically in plastic surgery.  A board certified plastic… Read More »

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