The SIMI™ Neck Lift

Throughout his years of experience as a San Francisco plastic surgeon, Dr. Kaplan of Pacific Heights Plastic Surgery, has discovered that Bay Area patients have many different problem areas that bother them. And one of those areas is the neck. In fact, every year, Dr. Kaplan consults with many Northern California men and women who feel that their neck has unwanted fat or skin that......
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Mommy Makeover

Pregnancy, breastfeeding, and childbearing, though often the most joyful experiences of an adult woman’s life, can cause significant changes to a San Francisco woman’s body. From a loss of skin laxity and loose abdominal skin from the postpartum shrinking of a pregnant woman’s swollen belly to breast volume loss and sagging from pregnancy and breastfeeding. Women may also have stubborn fatty deposits from pregnancy and......
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Rhinoplasty (Nose Surgery)

Rhinoplasty or nasal surgery is one of the surgeries most commonly performed by Dr. Kaplan. Given the prominence of the nose in the middle of the face it is easy to understand the significant effect the nose has on the entire face. What can be accomplished with rhinoplasty? Rhinoplasty surgery (nose job) can reduce or increase the size of the nose.* The overall shape of......
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Radiesse For Hands

The First and Only FDA-approved Filler for Hands RADIESSE® is the first and only dermal filler that is FDA approved to address the loss of volume in the hands. Over time, the loss of volume in the hands can make the skin look wrinkled. This often exposes unsightly tendons and veins. Since, the hands are one of the most visible parts of the body, the......
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Modified Facelift

For patients who do not yet want or require a full facelift, Dr. Kaplan offers minimal incision modified facelifts that target specific areas of the face. Because they are less invasive, modified facelifts allow for more subtle refinement of the face, as well as reduced healing time.* Modified face lifts provide excellent solutions to those who want to rejuvenate their necks.* For more information, please contact......
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Hangover IV Therapy

House Calls for Your Hangover If you’re feeling under the weather or weathering a hangover, rehydration is key. An IV bag of fluids is what you need. Drinking fluids isn’t the fastest way to rehydrate. Our nurses can help you get back to feeling like yourself again. They’ll make a house call and provide the most convenient road to rehydration. For more information about house......
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Facelift

Over time, sun exposure, loss of elastic tissue, gravity, and the stresses of daily life take their toll on the appearance of the face. Jowls start to develop along the neckline, deep creases form between the mouth and nose, and loose skin starts to hang down in the neck. The aging process affects not only the skin but also the deeper underlying structures such as......
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Dermal Fillers: JUVÉDERM®, RADIESSE® & BELOTERO

As we age, external factors take a toll on our bodies and cause wrinkles and lines to form after extended exposure. These factors include things like stress, the environment, repeated facial movement and sunlight. One of the basic types of wrinkles caused by these factors forms when the skin, muscle and fat of the face start to sag. This type of wrinkle is best corrected......
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Breast Lift

Over the years, factors such as age, sun exposure, pregnancy, breast-feeding and weight loss take their toll on the elasticity of the skin of a woman’s breasts, causing the breasts to sag. The surgical procedure to correct this problem is called a mastopexy or breast-lift. In addition to raising the breast, a breast lift may also make the pigmented area around the nipple (areola) smaller......
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Otoplasty (Ear Surgery)

What is otoplasty? Ear surgery (otoplasty) is a surgical procedure to correct prominent, (outstanding) ears or ears that are too large. Prominent ears are usually first noticed in young children, however, surgical correction of this problem is best delayed until a child is at least five to six years old. At this age the ears will have reached their full adult size. It is also......
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