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The Latest in Scientific Breakthroughs at Our Center

We’ve dedicated ourselves to bringing out the hidden beauty in all of our clientele—it’s still there, just hidden by years of aging, stress and other risk factors that contribute to weight gain, wrinkles, sagging and other unsightly features that come with getting older and busier. There are plenty of solutions and we’re pleased to offer a majority of them. Don’t just take aging sitting down, come to us.

Why are we so confident? Because we provide some of the latest in scientific breakthroughs for beauty and aesthetic science. Plastic surgery along with the rest of western medicine has grown in leaps and bounds in the past few decades and we’re offering the latest, most modern, minimally-invasive procedures to bring you back to wherever you want to be. We do all of this to bring happiness to patients, to bring a lasting impact on their lives that will return the confidence they deeply desire. Let’s talk about some of these breakthroughs.

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Dr. Genter Discusses Men’s Cosmetic Needs with ABC News

philadelphia botox liposuctionAs more men turn to cosmetic procedures, what special considerations do their plastic surgeons make?

Philadelphia plastic surgeon Dr. Bruce Genter has seen many male patients and told ABC News what he sees as the needs for men who choose cosmetic treatments.

For men who undergo liposuction, which is the top cosmetic surgery for men, according to ABC News, incisions cannot be made in the same manner or location they would for women in case the male patient wishes to go shirtless, Genter said. Continue reading

Moderation is Ideal When It Comes to Botox Treatments, Study Finds

philadelphia botox restylaneThough Botox and Dysport are recognized for their ability to smooth facial wrinkles, they may also impact a patient’s ability to read facial cues, found a study in Social Psychological and Personality Science, according to WebMD.

Dr. David R. Neal, a psychology professor at the University of Southern California said that, “If you have a poker face because your facial muscles are paralyzed, you can’t read others emotions as well.”

Oftentimes, Neal said, we read the emotions of others by mimicking their facial expressions using a sort of “sixth sense.” Under the effect of too much botulinum toxin, the main component in Botox and Dysport, we lose that sense, he said. Continue reading