Eyebrow Transplants: Enhance Fullness to Thinning Brows

Originally intended for accident or burn victims and those with hormonal abnormalities or other illnesses preventing hair growth in the eyebrow area, eyebrow transplants or eyebrow restoration surgeries have also become popular cosmetic procedures for those who may have over-plucked or have small areas of hair loss to be touched up due to aging or...

September 2, 2014March 30, 2017by

Earlobe Gauge Pinwheel Closure and Piercing Reversal Surgery

Sometimes even the smallest changes on a person’s appearance can affect their confidence and self-esteem. Ears, for example, may not be a person’s most noticeable feature, but for someone who is unsatisfied with the way their ears look, a small cosmetic improvement can make all the difference in the world.

June 25, 2014March 30, 2017by

What You Need to Know About a Tummy Tuck

If you are struggling to lose the excess skin around your waistline, a tummy tuck may be in order! A tummy tuck””also known as Abdominoplasty””is not a substitute for weight loss, but it creates definition more fitting to your weight and body type””revealing a trimmer, more confident you! As summer is quickly approaching, now is...

May 1, 2014February 1, 2017by

Beard Hair Transplant Now Offered at Bangor Plastic and Hand Surgery

Many men take pride in the ability to grow facial hair. In some cultures, the length of a man’s beard is directly related to his social status. However, not every man is able to grow a full beard and achieve the desired look either because their hair only grows in patches or facial scarring prevents...

April 3, 2014February 1, 2017by

Introducing the Swan Liquid Laser Lift at Bangor Plastic Surgery

Look better, feel better, live better!  Spring is a great time of year to consider a fresh new look, but as the days get longer and busier, it can be tough to find time for you. That’s why Bangor Plastic and Hand Surgery has developed the unique Swan Liquid Laser Lift, a non-surgical procedure customized...

March 4, 2014February 1, 2017by

Five Common Myths About Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery can be an overwhelming decision. With so much information out there, it’s sometimes tough to discern fact from fiction, and find the best options for you. Here are a few of the most common misconceptions about plastic surgery ‘“ and the real stories behind the myths.

February 7, 2014February 1, 2017by

Why Winter Is A Great Time to Consider Plastic Surgery

Most surgeons see a large increase in plastic surgery requests during the winter, beginning just before the holiday season. At first glance, that may seem strange ‘“ but the winter months actually offer several advantages for those thinking of a nose job or breast augmentation. In fact, despite the shorter days and colder weather, winter...

January 3, 2014February 1, 2017by

Fat Shifting: New, Safe, and Transformative

Rarely in a surgical field does a new technique evolve that completely ‘changes the game.’ For decades, plastic surgery patients have been asking, ‘Can you just take my excess fat from here and put it HERE?’ Now, finally, the safety and efficacy of the fat shifting technique have been worked out, and its usefulness is...

December 6, 2013February 28, 2017by

Breast Reconstruction: Your Questions Answered, Part 2

Breast cancer can be a hard diagnosis to accept, and finding the best and safest reconstruction procedures for you is a huge step toward improving self-image and quality of life. Even after those initial decisions, though, there still may be challenging details to work out before your reconstruction is complete. In this second installment of...

November 1, 2013February 1, 2017by

Breast Reconstruction: Your Questions Answered, Part 1

For women who have lost one or both breasts to cancer, modern plastic surgery offers a wide range of options to improve self-image, self-confidence, and quality of life. It can be tough figuring out where to start, especially while trying to accept a breast cancer diagnosis. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’re taking...

October 2, 2013February 1, 2017by

Understanding Hyperhidrosis

Hot weather can be the perfect backdrop for homemade ice cream or a trip to the beach. For those living with hyperhidrosis, however, the dog days of summer are a mixed blessing at best and at worst, a serious challenge to comfort, well-being, and self-image.

September 3, 2013February 1, 2017by

What to Expect During Your Plastic Surgery Consultation

You’ve finally opted to go for that facelift, tummy tuck, or liposuction so what happens now? Once you’ve made the big decision to have plastic surgery, the next step is to schedule a consultation with a qualified surgeon.

June 18, 2013February 1, 2017by

What to Consider Before Choosing Plastic Surgery

The choice to undergo plastic surgery is a personal one, and with an endless amount of information out there, it can be complex. If you’re considering toning up with a procedure this summer, here are a few important things to think about before you make a decision.

May 16, 2013February 1, 2017by

Breast Reconstruction: Understanding Your Options

A diagnosis of breast cancer can be hard to accept, especially in the face of complicated surgical decisions. The good news is, modern plastic surgery offers a wide range of options for physical and emotional well-being.

March 7, 2013February 1, 2017by

Breast Augmentation Can Help Start the New Year with a New You!

For many women, breasts can be a sensitive topic. It’s natural for breasts to change over time, but a small or sagging bustline can make clothes fit uncomfortably, create feelings of self-consciousness, and even lower self-esteem. What better time than a new year to reinvent a new outlook? For women who want to improve their...

January 14, 2013February 1, 2017by

Rediscover A Youthful Face for This Holiday Season

For those yearning to restore a face that reflects their youthful spirit and energy, now may be just the time to consider cosmetic surgery! Winter can be a great chance to undergo cosmetic procedures, especially on the face. While the shorter days can be a little gloomy, they’re good news for individuals who need to...

December 5, 2012February 1, 2017by

How Young Is Too Young For Plastic Surgery?

Each year, more college-aged men and women – in their early or mid twenties – are likely to have plastic surgery. In 2011, 794,000 cosmetic procedures were performed on adults ages 20-29 – up 6% from 2010 ““ and some 76,755 surgeries on teens ages 13-19. A recent study by the American Society for Aesthetic...

November 1, 2012February 1, 2017by

Get Dramatic and Consistent Results from Liposuction

Most people follow routines to eat right, lose weight, and stay in shape. Unfortunately, even with good overall health and fitness, some individuals still experience excess fat deposits, stubborn pockets that hang around even with careful diet and regular exercise.  These pockets are often hereditary, developing naturally as the body ages, but they can be...

September 27, 2012February 1, 2017by

Bangor Plastic and Hand Surgery Now Offering Hair Transplant Surgery

Bangor Plastic and Hand Surgery, a highly regarded cosmetic surgery practice headed by Dr. David Branch, is pleased to announce a new service: Hair Transplant Surgery. Hair transplantation is a surgical technique that involves moving individual hair follicles from one part of the body (the donor site) to bald or balding parts (the recipient site)...

August 9, 2012February 1, 2017by
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