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Kybella vs. Neck Lift: Which Is Right for You?

The neck is a crucial component of your facial features. Turkey necks or double chins are colloquial names for a condition known as submental fullness. Both can become severe cosmetic issues, undermining self-esteem and confidence, but fortunately, cosmetic medicine has a solution (or two) to this problem.   These conditions usually result from fat tissue… Read More »

Cheek Augmentation: You Have Options

The phrase “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” is probably a saying you have heard more times than you can count. However, one of the most universally desired traits are well-defined cheekbones. Fabulous bone structure and well-defined cheekbones have always been envied as a characteristic of beauty and femininity. This has caused mid-face… Read More »

Looking Back At 2015

Happy New Year! As we look forward to a wonderful 2016, we look back at what was trending at Farber Plastic Surgery in 2015. Naturally enhanced lips, natural appearing breasts, male facial surgery, and double chin treatments were the hottest trend of 2015 and we expect these trends to continue into 2016. Kylie Jenner got everyone… Read More »

Dr. Farber Weighs in on the latest trend: Waist Trainers

Scarlet O’Hara wore a corset, Kim Kardashian  wears a “waist trainer”. Are we bringing back beauty secrets from the past? What is this latest trend, and does it really work? Waist Trainers are the current “go-to” fitness trick that celebrities are promoting. Waist trainers are similar to a corset in that they are a band… Read More »

Your Hands Will No Longer Give Away Your Age

They used to say that you can tell a persons age by the appearance of their hands…not anymore! Recently the FDA approved the use of the  popular  facial dermal filler, Radiesse,  for use in hand rejuvenation.  According to the study, 98% of patients treated with Radiesse  reported improvement in the appearance of their hands at… Read More »

Are Cosmetic and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery Safe?

The short answer is yes: cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery are very much safe and should be considered by anyone looking to correct a physical malady or enhance natural beauty. That being said, the short answer is not exactly telling as to why cosmetic surgery is safe. After all, at its most basic, cosmetic plastic surgery is… Read More »

Bringing Up the Rear: Cosmetic Buttock Enhancement Surgery

Cosmetic buttock enhancement surgery has long been hailed by cosmetic surgery centers as a wonderful plastic surgery option for individuals who might be lacking in rear-end personality. And if you feel that you might be, it’s really nothing to be embarrassed about. Many of us, despite our best efforts to the contrary, despite the countless… Read More »

Cosmetic Surgery Tourism is of Great Concern to Plastic Surgeons

Growing in popularity within the cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery industry is the idea of medical or cosmetic tourism. Cosmetic tourism seeks to entice on two fronts: firstly, purveyors of cosmetic tourism packages will attempt to draw you in with the promise of cost-effective cosmetic surgery, citing prices as much as 50% less than those… Read More »

Breaking Down the Mommy Makeover for South Florida Mothers

The mommy makeover is an increasingly popular option for both expectant and recent mothers everywhere, particularly those who, following a pregnancy, have seen some of the more delicate features exclusive to their bodies fall victim to the realities inherent in childbearing. And rest assured, there are many uncomfortable realities that, though existing under the umbrella… Read More »

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