Health Benefits of Plastic Surgery

Benefits of plastic surgeryThe cosmetic benefits of plastic surgery are well established. What often go unmentioned are the tangible health benefits of certain procedures. You might be surprised to learn that your desired procedure could have a positive effect on your health and well-being. Here, Drs. Samuel Pearl and Alexander Ereso of Pearl-Ereso Plastic Surgery Center share examples of procedures with proven health benefits.  Continue reading

What Men Don’t Like about Their Bodies

Areas of the body that make men insecureA few months ago, RealSelf.com, a leading portal for plastic surgeons and their patients, surveyed doctors about plastic surgery trends in 2016. One of the most agreed-upon trends was the increase in men seeking plastic surgery to address physical insecurities. RealSelf identified five physical attributes that men are likely to mention in consultation with plastic surgeons. Since male plastic surgery is an area of interest at Pearl-Ereso Plastic Surgery Center, Drs. Samuel Pearl and Alexander Ereso would like to share with our readers what these physical characteristics are, and explain what can be done about them.   Continue reading

Can Plastic Surgery Help Your Career?

A number of studies have shown that the more attractive a person is, the more likely they will Plastic surgery help careerbe given opportunities for career advancement. Therefore, it is no wonder that people — especially those in the age range of 50 and over — have turned to plastic surgery to give them a more youthful, alert and confident appearance. But can having plastic surgery really help a person’s career? Dr. Samuel Pearl and Dr. Alexander Ereso of Pearl-Ereso Plastic Surgery Center helps to answer that question in this post. Continue reading

2015 Plastic Surgery Trends as Reported by ASPS

ASPS releases 2015 statisticsThe American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) is the world’s largest group of board certified plastic surgeons. Each year, to keep track of trends in plastic surgery, the organization surveys members and compiles the findings in an annual report. ASPS members Dr. Samuel Pearl and Dr. Alexander Ereso of Pearl-Ereso Plastic Surgery Center break down the findings of the 2015 ASPS report here.  Continue reading

Non-Surgical Treatment for Double Chin Now Available at Pearl-Ereso Plastic Surgery Center

Kybella treatment for a double chinDrs. Samuel Pearl and Alexander Ereso of Pearl-Ereso Plastic Surgery Center are pleased to announce a new non-surgical treatment for a double chin. Kybella is an injectable product that dissolves fat in the submental region (underneath the chin). Approved by the FDA for safety, Kybella is a relatively comfortable and easy way to improve the appearance of the chin and upper neck. If you are concerned about the contours of your chin and jawline, the doctors invite you to schedule an informational consultation. Continue reading

Does Drinking Beer Cause Man Boobs?

Male boobs from beerLately, a troubling rumor has circulated the Internet claiming that drinking beer — especially “hoppy” styles like India Pale Ales — contributes to the development of excessive male breast tissue. Since Drs. Samuel Pearl and Alexander Ereso treat men with enlarged breasts at Pearl-Ereso Plastic Surgery Center, they thought they would address this rumor. Here, the doctors set the record straight on whether beer causes man boobs. Continue reading

Do’s and Don’ts After Tummy Tuck Surgery

Tummy Tucks Do’s and Don’tsYour post-op recovery care plays an important role in the success and beauty of your tummy tuck results. At Pearl – Ereso Plastic Surgery Center, Drs. Samuel Pearl and Alexander Ereso have helped countless men and women achieve a flatter, more toned abdomen through tummy tuck surgery. Here, they share some do’s and don’ts to follow after tummy tuck surgery. Continue reading

Man Boobs: Causes and Cures

Male Breast ReductionsApproximately 40 to 60 percent of men have enlarged breast tissue (gynecomastia), according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. For many men, excess fat in the chest area is a common source of embarrassment and discomfort. They may feel self-conscious in front of others at the beach, pool or gym. Or, they may even withdraw from social interaction or experience depression and anxiety. Continue reading

 
 
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