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Plastic Surgery Blog

Breast Implant Settling: How Long Does it Take for Implants to Drop?

how long does it take for implants to drop

After breast augmentation, your breasts will evolve and change over the next several months. This is a process called implant settling. So, how long does it take for implants to drop? It happens to everyone and it does take time. Don’t be surprised if your newly implanted breasts aren’t exactly as you imagined they would… Read More »

How Popular are Injectables?

When it comes to non-surgical rejuvenation, injectables deliver stunning results! Whether they are used alone or in combination with surgical procedures, people all over the world are enjoying their benefits. In 2016, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery reported the following numbers for how many procedures were performed using injectables: 4,597,886 : Botulinum Toxin… Read More »

Why Botox Reigns Supreme

What’s the most popular cosmetic treatment? In our practice, patient favorite treatments include breast augmentation, the Brazilian butt lift, and the CoolSculpting, but one treatment overshadows even our most requested treatments in popularity. Botox is the reigning champ of the cosmetic enhancement industry. In 2016, more than 7 million Botox treatments were performed in the… Read More »

HKB is Now Offering HydraFacial!

Discover your best skin, no surgery needed. We’re excited to now offer HydraFacial, an innovative and customizable facial skin treatment that offers instant results in about 30 minutes. Come in and try the HydraFacial for yourself or call our offices to learn more. Rediscover radiant skin! What Is the HydraFacial? Beautiful skin doesn’t happen by… Read More »

Injector Education: What is a PA, and Can I Receive Injections from One?

If you’ve recently booked an appointment for cosmetic injections (such as dermal fillers or Botox), then you may have been informed that a PA will be administering those injections. For some patients, this causes worry and confusion; after all, the role of PAs is poorly understood by the general public. Fortunately, these fears are unfounded…. Read More »