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Dr. Stephen Mulholland's Blog – February 2013 Archive (3)

AAD 2013

This year, like every year, the largest "skin" show in North America is happening, it's called the AAD. This year it's in Miami so a lot of us going will appreciate the warm weather and sunny mornings (of course, with adequate sunscreen). The reason we all flock to this show is because this is the season and the event when we get to learn new things, hear about exciting advances in our field of aesthetic medicine and present what we have been working on the past year.

I won't give… Continue

Added by Dr. Stephen Mulholland on February 25, 2013 at 8:15pm — No Comments

After the valentine's chocolates and wine

Today is the day after the Lindt chocolates and the red wine. Although the flowers are still looking fresh you may be feeling a little remorseful and unhappy about breaking your New Years resolutions. It's not all lost and one day will not make a huge difference in your overall results in body contouring if you immediately go back to proper eating and healthy physical activity.

I'm often asked if one needs to continue or start dieting if they have liposuction. My answer is always the same,… Continue

Added by Dr. Stephen Mulholland on February 15, 2013 at 8:10am — No Comments

A new lease on lifting

As a cosmetic plastic surgeon my main focus is on the aesthetic enhancement of the face, neck and body. The best results a patient can recieve is with a knife, period. So we all thought. Today that is not the case. We have non-surgical options that can give us much of what a nip and tuck can do with little to no downtime and certainly less risks. Although these non-surgical options are not replacing the need for cosmetic surgery, they are opening the doors to patients who would not have been a… Continue

Added by Dr. Stephen Mulholland on February 14, 2013 at 6:44am — No Comments


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