1. What to Expect With Buccal Fat Reduction

    Buccal fat removal is a cosmetic surgery to define facial contours by reducing cheek fat. Buccal fat lies deep within the cheeks, between the facial muscles and below the cheekbones. These fat pads significantly influence your appearance. If you have a naturally full or round face and would prefer to look more mature and refined,… Read More

  2. Considering a Tummy Tuck? What You Need to Know

    Abdominoplasty is a corrective surgery to help individuals who struggle with loose tissues in the abdominal area due to weight fluctuation, hormonal changes, or pregnancy. A tummy tuck is a complex surgery that alleviates other issues like stress urinary incontinence and hernia. Board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Russell Hendrick specializes in cosmetic surgery that… Read More

  3. Where Are the Incisions Placed During a Brow Lift?

    Addressing that persistent heavy brow from your everyday expression requires the expertise of a board-certified facial plastic surgeon. Unfortunately, the cosmetic issue is too often overlooked because the person who wears it is unaware. A brow lift is an aesthetic enhancement to the upper portion of the face to address a furrowed brow from sagging… Read More

  4. When is the Best Time for Liposuction?

    When it comes to cosmetic surgery, timing is everything. When to have the procedure, when to recover, and when to enjoy the results are all questions you may have during the decision process. For women and men considering liposuction, the most popular cosmetic surgery worldwide, the timing makes a difference in the efficiency and success… Read More

  5. 4 Things to Know Before Your Facelift

    As you age, wrinkles and folds will start emerging on your cheeks, neck, and jawline. Your facial muscles will become weaker, and your skin will become less elastic, allowing gravity to pull facial tissues down.  Moving into middle age might make you feel uncomfortable with your appearance, causing a drop-off in self-esteem. But there’s good… Read More