Category Archives: Naples Cosmetic Surgery Center Blog


JUST RELEASED!! 2013 Cosmetic Surgery Statistics from The ASAPS

JUST RELEASED! 2013 Cosmetic Surgery Statistics from The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR AESTHETIC PLASTIC SURGERY REPORTS AMERICANS SPENT LARGEST AMOUNT ON COSMETIC SURGERY SINCE THE GREAT RECESSION OF 2008 More Than 12 Billion Dollars Spent on Surgical and Nonsurgical Procedures in 2013 NEW YORK, NY (March 20, 2014)… Read More »


How does the face age?

Q: How does the face age? A: 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 ballon), laxity of the deeper dacial fat,… Read More »


Please welcome our newest member!

Naples Cosmetic Surgery is thrilled to welcome our newest team member, Traci Long, Physician Assistant. Traci has been a PA for 13 years. During that time, she began a career in aesthetics in Austin, TX where she did Botox and various fillers prior to joining our practice. Her passion for aesthetics and attention to detail,… Read More »


Are you interested in an Eyelid Lift?

Q: What is an eyelid lift? A: An eyelid lift or blepharoplasty removes the excess skin, tightens the muscle and sculptures the underlying fat to a more youthful appearance. Many patients lose elacticity of the upper eyelid skin, causing droopy eyelids and obstruction of peripheral vision. This may require surgery of the eyelids to improve… Read More »



Q & A: What is a MACS Facelift

Q: What is a MACS Facelift A: A minimal access cranial suspension with smalr incisions around the ears. This procedure can lift the midface, lower face and neck with less operative time, less bruising and less downtime. The deeper tissues are suspended with suture material in a vertical direction to prevent that lateral “windswept look… Read More »





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