What to do about stretch marks

what to do about stretch marks
There is so much written about stretch marks aka “tiger stripes” all across the internet. When consumers Google what to do about stretch marks, much of the information out there isn’t very good. Or accurate. Or even true. Whenever reading about treatments for stretch marks, consider the recommendations from the perspective of what someone is trying to sell you! What to do about stretch marks...
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Dr. Kaplan wins award at THE Aesthetic Show 2019 [video]

the aesthetic show
We’re proud to announce that Dr. Kaplan, aka @realdrbae on Snapchat and Instagram, recently won an award at THE Aesthetic Show 2019!   Best Surgical Body Shaping Enhancement at THE Aesthetic Show 2019 As you can see in the video below, Dr. Kaplan performed a Mommy Makeover on a patient with amazing results. In fact, award winning results! She had a breast augmentation and lift...
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Changing referral patterns in the age of social media

referral patterns
Social media is to blame, or take credit, for everything these days! The effects of social media are evident across a variety of spaces. For example, it’s changing political discourse, feelings of inequality (you always knew the Kardashians had more money than you but now you know how much more!) and how a business goes about generating, well, new business. Specifically, to stay competitive, aesthetic...
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Announcing the new BuildMyBod Health Concierge Experience!

specials
For physicians wanting to separate themselves from the competition, BuildMyBod Health has it all. Price transparency, lead generation, e-commerce and now Subscriptions. Through the BuildMyBod Health Concierge Experience, consumers can purchase non-surgical services as a one-time purchase or through Memberships and Packages.   The BuildMyBod Health Concierge Experience This experience encompasses all of the e-commerce capabilities of the BuildMyBod platform. After consumers check pricing, they...
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Mini tummy tuck vs full tummy tuck…and the rest! [video]

mini tummy tuck vs full tummy tuck
If you’re wondering what the differences are between a mini tummy tuck vs full tummy tuck, I have some bad news. Chances are you’re not a candidate for a mini tummy tuck. I know the “mini” sounds better. Less painful. Shorter recovery. Less expensive. Those might all be true, but you’re probably not a candidate. Here’s why.   Mini tummy tuck vs full tummy tuck...
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Why you should pay cash for outpatient healthcare services

pay cash
It’s hard to believe that even if you have health insurance, you may be better off if you pay cash for outpatient healthcare services. If that’s the case, why do we have health insurance at all?! We have health insurance to cover very prolonged illnesses or major trauma. Basically, catastrophic issues. But when it comes to screening tests or basic health maintenance, patients could save...
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Treatments for the neck [video]

treatments for the neck
Crepey skin, wrinkles, neck bands, turkey gobbler neck, jowls. These are all signs of the aging neck so let’s talk about treatments for the neck, from least invasive to the more invasive.   Bands to the neck If you have bands extending from the chin to the base of your neck, you may be a candidate for Botox or Xeomin. Here’s the catch though. If...
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Unusual places to use Botox or Xeomin [video]

places to use botox or xeomin
Most are aware of Botox and Xeomin to treat wrinkles due to overactive muscles for the 11’s in between the eyebrows, the forehead and the crow’s feet. But what about some of the more unusual places to use Botox or Xeomin?   TMJ grinding and wide jawline The masseter muscles that give fullness to the sides of the jaw can also be associated with pain...
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There’s more to it than BMI! [video]

BMI or Body Mass Index helps determine if a patient has a “normal” weight, overweight or morbidly obese. It takes into account, not only their weight, but also their height. Many doctors use BMI as a very prominent determinant of whether a patient would be considered a surgical candidate for an elective or cosmetic procedure. But does BMI tell the whole story?   Why BMI......
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