What can I do about cellulite?

By Amy  -  On 14 Dec, 2016 -  0 comments

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Breast Augmentation Q&A

By Amy  -  On 14 Dec, 2016 -  0 comments

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Dr. Martin and Dr. Merrill Discuss Anesthesiology

By Amy  -  On 18 Nov, 2016 -  0 comments

Your anesthesiologist is one of the most important aspects of your surgery. Dr. Martin and Dr. Maryl discuss how the proper anesthesiology can impact your recovery. Dr. Martin limits the number of cases of general anesthesia because of the negative side effects during recovery. Instead, Dr. Maryl employs IV sedation, which can avoid nausea and

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What is the “Art of Beauty”?

By Amy  -  On 18 Nov, 2016 -  0 comments

Dr. Jason Martin’s aesthetic goals with plastic surgery are subtle and natural-looking results. What’s your ideal aesthetic? When choosing a plastic surgeon, find one who understands your ideal aesthetic, natural or otherwise. For more information on Dr. Martin’s natural, attractive, and subtle results, view his before and after gallery.

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Choosing the Right Plastic Surgery Team

By Amy  -  On 18 Nov, 2016 -  0 comments

Preop, surgery, and postop all work together to ensure you get quality results. If you are considering plastic surgery, you need to go to a surgeon who is dedicated to providing the best service in all of those departments. View Dr. Martin’s about me page for more information on his qualifications.

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Ep. 12: More Face Lift Questions

By Amy  -  On 18 Nov, 2016 -  0 comments

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What is Kybella?

By Amy  -  On 17 Nov, 2016 -  0 comments

KYBELLA® is a new injectable treatment designed to treat small deposits of submental fat. It is FDA approved to treat fat under the chin that creates the appearance of a double chin. As a non-surgical injection, KYBELLA® has no downtime and only causes minor swelling. Patients can see dramatic results within a few months of

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When Should I Start Thinking About Bikini Season?

By Amy  -  On 16 Nov, 2016 -  0 comments

If you are considering any type of plastic surgery to get ready for bikini season, especially surgery of the breasts or body, don’t make the mistake of waiting. Patients who come into the office in January or February won’t see their results in time for summer. Most patients, especially moms, need four to six month

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