St. Louis Cosmetic Surgery and Medical Spa Blog

3 Ways to Fight “Thunder Thighs”

Certain areas of the body tend to resist even the most dedicated efforts to keep them trim and toned. For many women, thighs are one of the prime trouble spots. People self-conscious about “thunder thighs” avoid wearing shorts and skirts, and even pass on certain sports such as swimming so they don’t have to bare their upper legs. Read the rest »

We’re Celebrating Our New Nurses

Plus, there’s still time to save on our summer specials: Receive 15% off CoolSculpting® now through the end of August. Teachers AND students are eligible to receive 15% off surgical procedures now through the end of August. Request a consultation so you can take advantage of these savings while they last! Read the rest »

Dad Needs Your Help (And Ours)!

OK, maybe don’t get too heavy-handed with your suggestions, but do check out our latest blog post for an overview of the nonsurgical treatments and cosmetic procedures that are popular among men. Head over to the blog post to read more and find some Father’s Day gift inspiration. Read the rest »

Breast Augmentation: “Is it normal for…?”

Women excited about getting breast implants at our St. Louis practice often share a common worry: recovery. Our surgeons provide a detailed list of instructions and thoroughly explain what to expect during recovery, but there are plenty of questions we hear from patients in the days and weeks after their breast augmentation procedures. Read the rest »

Moms, This One’s for You!

During the months of April and May – just in time for Mother’s Day – we are treating women to a complimentary Mommy Makeover consultation. This combination procedure typically includes a breast surgery such as breast augmentation, a tummy tuck, and liposuction. Read the rest »

Breast Implants and Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (ALCL)

Yesterday, the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) came out with a report on the subject of breast implants and anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL), a rare type of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Reports of a possible link between the two subjects surfaced in 2011, and since that time, the FDA has determined that there is sufficient evidence to say breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL) can occur as a rare T-cell lymphoma that can develop following breast implants. Read the rest »