Monthly Archives: November 2016

Dear Abby-Believe It or Not

I rarely, if ever read the advice column, Dear Abby.  Seems like it’s been around since my grandparents’ days.  This weekend however, I did read it and for those considering cosmetic surgery abroad, they should read it too. Titled “Surgery abroad goes wrong with infection”, the letter writer details her long and difficult saga of …

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Little girl kissing mom on the cheek

Labiaplasty: The Perfect Addition to Mommy Makeover

In the world of cosmetic surgery, labiaplasty is still a relatively new addition. As its popularity grows, more and more women recognize its value as an addition to mommy makeover surgery. Most of the women considering labiaplasty here at St. Louis Cosmetic Surgery have a lot of questions about the procedure, as well as its …

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In Memory of Michael McGuire, M.D

I lost a friend last night.  A good friend from the world of plastic surgery.  This morning, November 15, 2016, word arrived that Mike has passed away.  I immediately began to reflect on his life and the great things he did in plastic surgery.   You could not ask to find a nicer person in …

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THE NEW ROUND COHESIVE GEL BREAST IMPLANTS: NOT AS NEW AS YOU MAY THINK!

  Earlier this fall, Allergan introduced with much fanfare its long awaited, round highly cohesive silicone gel implants.  Many plastic surgeons hailed these devices as revolutionary and groundbreaking.  That these implants are like “NOTHING” ever seen before in the United States.  And…..that is not completely accurate.   Shaped highly cohesive silicone gel implants have been …

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