To help you separate fact from fiction, UCI Plastic Surgery would like to explain some of the more frequently misbelieved myths about spider and varicose veins.
Is Your Neckline Aging You? In our last blog post, we explored how you can address an aging neckline through surgical techniques. Yet, we understand that not all of our patients are ready nor need surgical rejuvenation. Many patients are bothered by their skin’s appearance and feel it makes them appear older. When wanting to address the skin itself, non-surgical rejuvenation is a wonderful way for patients to restore their skin to a younger and (read more)
Is Your Neckline Aging You? Many of our Southern California patients are concerned with the effect that their aging neckline has on their overall appearance. In fact, according to the American Society for Dermatologic Survey (ASDS), 68 percent of those polled were bothered by excess fat under the chin and neck. Likewise, 63 percent were concerned with sagging facial skin, and 61 percent were dissatisfied with lines and wrinkly skin on the neck and chest. (read more)
UCI Plastic Surgery can add another successful event to our books! Held late last month at the swanky Seasons 52, over 40 men and women attended our Season of the Beautiful Breast event. Put on in conjunction with the Department of Plastic Surgery at the University of California Irvine, the symposium celebrated breast cancer awareness month as well as the latest advancements and options in breast reconstruction. Attendees enjoyed the chance to mingle and enjoy (read more)
UCI Plastic Surgery joined fellow International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) members for the ISAPS 23rd Congress. Held every two years, this week long gathering is a time when ISAPS 3200 plus members can come together to discuss the latest trends, techniques, and technologies in the aesthetic plastic surgery field. Hailing from 103 countries, members include some of the best known and respected plastic surgeons. We are proud that two of UCI’s own surgeons, (read more)