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Paint on Longer Lashes

With everyone heading to their local eyelash girls to get eyelash extensions, it can leave you feeling a bit envious of those eye-popping beauties. However, due to the expensive upkeep and the probability that your natural eyelashes just might fall out too, eyelash extensions aren’t always what they’re cracked up to be. However, with Latisse, […]


Tummy Tuck? How to Stay Toned

Although getting a tummy tuck can make you look and feel like you just received a miracle procedure, the work doesn’t stop directly after surgery. If you don’t already have healthy habits to support your new found flat and taut tummy, it’s time to make some changes. From your diet to doing crunches, these three […]


How to Know if Breast Implants are Right For You

Breast enhancement surgery is the most common form of plastic surgery undergone each day. And it is one of the easiest to recover from. If you’ve been considering getting breast enhancement surgery, but still aren’t sure if it’s right for you, here are some questions to ask yourself. Who Are You Doing It For? As […]

  • Posted on: Aug 15 2015
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Before and After Acne

4 Ways to Combat Acne

Yes, braces, permed hair, and a face load of acne may all be things that you thought you could leave in your 7th grade yearbook, however acne affects millions of adults every day. If you suffer from acne due to either hormonal imbalances (queue that time of the month), stress, or oily skin, gather in […]

  • Posted on: Jul 30 2015
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Want Plastic Surgery? 4 Things to Ask Yourself

Some forms of plastic surgery like fillers and injections aren’t permanent. However, if you’re considering have a more invasive type of plastic surgery like breast enhancement surgery or a facelift, it’s crucial to not be hasty. Take time to think about whether or not it’s the right thing for you, and ask yourself the following […]

  • Posted on: Jul 15 2015
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Exercise After Breast Reduction

Recovery following plastic surgery plays a crucial role in achieving desired outcomes. Questions about when it is OK to begin exercising again are typical. While each individual is different, there are certain general rules on when it’s best to return to exercise when recovering from breast reduction. Patients are generally advised not to engage in […]


Crow’s Feet: Can They Be Prevented?

“Is there a way for me to delay the appearance of unsightly lines on the outermost corners of the eye?” A woman in her late 20s came to visit us for a consultation the other day and asked the aforementioned question. We have also noticed an increasing number of patients who are quite concerned with […]


Blepharoplasty Fixes Tired Looking Eyes

The skin around our eyes is very fine, and as we age the skin loses elasticity and has the tendency to sag, droop and wrinkle. The muscles supporting our eyelids can become weak over time, and excess fat sometimes stores itself under our eyes. The unfortunate effect is that we are left looking tired, and […]

  • Posted on: May 30 2015
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How to Reduce Swelling After Eyelid Surgery

According to recent figures from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) is the third most frequently performed cosmetic surgery. This should not be a surprise because the eyes, particularly the eyelids, are often the first to show signs of aging. The upper eyelids may become hollowed and droopy due to the […]


Seromas Following Plastic Surgery

As with all types of surgery, complications are a possibility after plastic surgery. At the Plastic Surgery Group of Rochester, your safety is our prime concern, but we still want our patients to be aware of possible complications. The formation of seromas is something to look out for following major plastic surgery. A seroma can […]