Plastic Surgery

Millennials Explain Why They Had Plastic Surgery

If you tend to associate plastic surgery with tummy tuck and facelift procedures, you may be surprised to learn that one of the fastest-growing demographics seeking plastic surgery is millennials (individuals currently in their 20s and early 30s). Here, the team at the Plastic Surgery Group of New Jersey breaks down some of the most common millennial motivations for pursuing procedures like breast augmentation, liposuction, lip augmentation and more.
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Surprising Plastic Surgery Trends in 2015

Upload: March 23, 2016The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) is the world’s largest group of board-certified plastic surgeons. Each year, they survey their 7,000+ members to get an idea of the current state of plastic surgery. Here, the plastic surgeons of the Plastic Surgery Group of New Jersey (who are members of the ASPS) discuss the findings of the newly released 2015 annual report.
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Americans Spent $13.5 Billion on Plastic Surgery in 2015

Last year, Americans spent a record-breaking amount on plastic surgery. According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, this was the first time plastic surgeons noted such high numbers — closing in on almost $14 billion. This is a $1.5 billion increase from 2014 to 2015.  The team at the Plastic Surgery Group of New Jersey breaks down the news in more detail here.
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Can Exercise Help Gynecomastia?

Upload: February 8, 2016For men with gynecomastia, everyday life can present certain challenges. It can be embarrassing to go shirtless at the pool or beach. Dating can be difficult. And self-confidence in social situations can waver. The team at the Plastic Surgery Group of New Jersey feels deep compassion toward any man that is self-conscious of their enlarged breasts, and we want to keep them informed of their treatment options.
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The Health Benefits of Plastic Surgery

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In most cases, the focus of plastic surgery is to improve a person’s appearance — by increasing the size of their breasts, reducing the circumference of their waist or minimizing signs of aging. However, some of the plastic surgery procedures performed by the Plastic Surgery Group of New Jersey also help to improve the patient’s health and resolve health problems.

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