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Restylane Family of Products Special – Save Up to $390

Smooth out wrinkles and lines on your face with Restylane Family of Products, all treatments are non-operative alternatives to achieving facial rejuvenation. Dr. Tattelbaum, Board Certified Maryland Plastic Surgeon with offices in Rockville and Annapolis, as well as in McLean, Baltimore Maryland , is pleased to inform you of this special offer from Medicis Aesthetics. Share your beauty secret with a friend and you can save up to $390 on Restylane®, Perlane®, Restylane®-L, and or Perlane®-L. For more information on how you can participate in this offer see the image below, contact our office or visit www.restylane.com. Treatment must be… Read More

Investing in Your Career-First College, Then Cosmetic Surgery

There are more and more people on the job hunt in America today than ever before. It’s not only the young college graduates looking for jobs but now the older generations are in on the hunt. Who knew that to make a good impression you need to be fresh looking? Now, not only do you need to be on top of your game with your knowledge but you need to be on top with your looks as well. Experience is a good thing when it comes to getting a job, but most business owners are not going to hire someone… Read More

Skin Care Tips During the Cold Months in DC, Maryland

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The winter season brings many delightful things – time with family, presents, cookies, pumpkin pie and more. But one not so marvelous thing during the season of gatherings, feasts, and joy is the cold weather and more specifically, the skin harm that it can cause. During cold months, protecting your skin should be everyone’s top priority, old and young, no matter your body shape or skin type.  Within DC, Rockville, Maryland and Northern Virginia, low freezing temperatures, snow, and winds are all too common during months like January and February. Scarves and other types of outwear accessories are must-haves to keep frostbite… Read More

Obesity is Costly – Especially for Women

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Generally speaking, women have higher living expenses than men- makeup, hair products, skin care products, waxing, weekly manicure and pedicures, monthly facials, quarterly microdermabrasion, feminine products, etc. All of these add up to lots of dollars spent in the long run. So, it shouldn’t surprise us to hear that obese women have higher living expenses than obese men and non-obese women.  Adult women who are obese often spend as much as $4,879 extra towards living expenses, while men often rack up about $2,646 in additional expenses incurred for being obese. Some of those costs may be paid by the woman, some… Read More

Use Botox For Migraines

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We have noticed for years that patients of ours with a history of migraines have seen subjective improvements in their migraine symptoms when using Botox even for cosmetic purposes. As of last week, the food and drug administration approved the use of a Botox procedure to treat patients with chronic migraines.  Migraine Symptoms Chronic Migraines are defined as migraines more than 14 days each month each lasting more than four hours. Common symptoms of migraines include:  Visual impairment Sensitivity to light and sound Nausea ConfusionFatigueDizzinessIrritabilityDecreased appetite For many who suffer from migraines, relief – no matter how fleeting – is the ultimate goal, but many… Read More

Liposuction Is Not All About the Fat!

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Each day in my Maryland and Baltimore Maryland offices I see people in consultation for Liposuction. While liposuction is one of the most popular procedures that I perform I find that often it is the most misunderstood. Liposuction is not only about removing the fat – it’s also about the overlying skin and how it sits on the body.  Assessment Before the Liposuction Procedure Liposuction can be used to remove fat from just about any area of the body, but the key to a nice-looking result is having good skin tone, which has as much to do with what happens before as… Read More

The Best Botox® Procedure: What You Need to Know

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Every day I see ads in newspapers, magazines, and circulars offering Botox® at insanely low prices. It leaves me wondering how patients really know that they’re getting good Botox® treatment. For example, many patients may not know that it is able to be reconstituted with sterile water, and in many clinics, it often is. If you add more water and you may stretch a bottle farther, but you also may see less of a result. Because of this common practice, older Botox® may not work as well as a freshly opened bottle. So, paying for Botox® by the site can… Read More

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Meeting

This week I attended the annual meeting of The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery here in D.C. at the National Harbor.  This meeting brings together plastic surgeons from all over the United States and the world. While it would seem to the outside observer that this meeting is all about the plastic surgeons and the innovations in the exhibit halls, in reality this meeting is about safety, consistency and predictability for our patients. Early in its evolution cosmetic plastic surgery was an offshoot and little publicized branch of plastic and reconstructive surgery.  Surgeons had different approaches and techniques that… Read More

When Is the Best Time for Cosmetic Surgery?

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The best time for cosmetic surgery is when you have the time and support to recover. Each operation that I perform has different timing in terms of average recovery.  Things that require pulling or stretching of muscles like tummy tucks, for example, will need a longer recovery than skin tightening procedures such as breast lift. In addition, certain patients may require more time to recover than others, even if they have both had the same procedure.  The Rules of Thumb While each patient is different, I offer some general rules of thumb:  Plan Ahead  If you want to enjoy your figure in the… Read More

Facelift, S-Lift, Thread Lift, Lifestyle Lift: Which One Should I Choose?

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The names of procedures that are marketed today for facial rejuvenation can sound like alphabet soup and can be very confusing for patients. Terms like rhytidectomy may be clear to doctors or surgeons, but often mean very little to patients. Let’s simplify it a bit. Facelifts fall into one of two categories: mini or full. You may have heard of the ones with the cute names like S-lift, Thread lift, or Lifestyle lift. These are often marketed in the popular magazines, but in reality, they are merely variations on the mini-facelift. So which one do I recommend? The answer is… Read More

The “Bigger” Disease: Preventing It Prior to Breast Enhancement Surgery

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What I like to call the “Bigger disease” is highly contagious and usually sets in about anywhere within the first six months after breast enhancement surgery When breast implants are first put in most patients look too big, tight, and high before the skin and muscles relax to a more natural-looking size. I prepare my patients extensively for this time so they don’t panic or think it is uncommon and dangerous. It is neither. Next comes what I call the “honeymoon period”. As about three weeks roll around, the implants start to settle but still have that push-up bra look… Read More

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