Three Non-Surgical OptionsBotox Eugene OregonLee DanielEugene, ORJan 14, 2014Dramatically Reduce Fine Lines And Wrinkles With These Three Non-Surgical Options

Lines are for paper, not your face! Unfortunately, as time passes, our skin inevitably loses its firmness and elasticity, resulting in the formation of facial wrinkles and the flattening of our facial features like our cheeks. A number of factors can contribute to the rate our skin begins to sag and wrinkle, such as our genes as well as our exposure to the sun and other elements. Thankfully, Aesthetic Plastic Surgery offers Eugene women and men a wide variety of non-surgical options to fight the signs of aging.
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Read as a patient asks Dr. Daniel about an alternative for liposuction.
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Read Dr. Lee B Daniel’s phone script in this blog post.
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Learn About Cool Sculpting In Oregon Herecool sculpting oregonLee DanielEugene, ORDec 13, 2013Cool Sculpting Part 3 by Lee Daniel

In our past few blogs, we have explored the benefits of CoolSculpting, how it works, and if it is the appropriate procedure for your particular problem areas.  Many patients come to the office concerned with their recovery time for the range of procedures we offer.
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A patient asked, “Dr. Daniel, you have a procedure listed on your website for the cosmetic surgery I have always wanted…, but I’m not sure how to fit it in my budget.

Find out how Dr. Daniel answered this question here.

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I have stubborn dark hairs around my lip and chin. I’ve tried electrolysis, waxing and even tweezing every single day! Does anything really work?

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Now that you are more familiar with the CoolSculpting procedure and how it works, you may be asking yourself – is this right for me? CoolSculpting is an excellent alternative to body contouring plastic surgery.

Here is some helpful information to help you determine if CoolSculpting is the right body contouring procedure for you.

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Part 1 in a 3-part series about the rise of CoolSculpting.

The LA Times recently featured a fascinating look at how the latest technologies are causing a steep rise in the number of men who choose to get noninvasive cosmetic procedures: With cosmetic treatments, more men enlist in battle of the bulges.

A slew of nonsurgical body contouring treatments promising to zap inches on your lunch hour has taken off recently, ushering a flood of new patients — many of them men — into doctors’ offices.”

The article talks to doctors about a handful of different technologies currently in use – as well as one that’s FDA-approved but doesn’t come out till later this year – and then gives summaries of how each one works. Importantly, it also ranks them according to how effective the plastic surgeons interviewed found them.

At the top of the list? CoolSculpting. Yes, the nifty technology that freezes and kills fat cells in the targeted area – offered right here in Dr. Daniel’s Eugene office – is far and away one of the most effective noninvasive treatments according to plastic surgeons who use it:

“Still, at least one treatment is consistently delivering measurable results, doctors say — from 1 to 3 inches per application — with few adverse effects and no downtime. Others are on the way to lure the two-thirds of Americans…who won’t consider elective surgery.”

The article also includes a nice breakdown of how the process works:

“A vacuum-type head sucks in an area of fat from the abdomen or flanks and exposes the underlying fat to extremely cold temperatures for one hour while protecting the upper layer of skin . . . This process, called cryolipolysis, destroys about 25% of the fat cells in the area . . . These damaged cells are then flushed out of the body over the course of one to two months.”

To read more about the procedure and get your questions answered, click over to our CoolSculpting FAQ page, or click below to schedule a consultation.

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Face lifts to treat the Signs of Aging

A face lift is often touted as an excellent option for facial rejuvenation as there are many alternatives to the surgical procedures as well as non-surgical alternatives too. If you want to look younger, this is an appealing proposition. Ready to learn more?

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With the increased interest women are having in pursuing a breast augmentation, there are several important aspects to discuss with your board certified plastic surgeon before moving on with surgery. It is not as simple as just dropping in a couple of implants and calling it a day, you have several different choices available to you! After all, it is your body so you should be able to customize it the way that you want. One thing to consider about breast implants is: should the implants be placed over or under the pectoral muscle? On Top of the Muscle Subglandular placement is the more common of the two different methods. With subglandular placement, the breast implant is placed beneath the breast tissue and over the pectoral muscle. The Advantages: When the implant is placed above the muscle, there will be less trauma to the breast tissue which will result in a shorter and more comfortable recovery period. This placement also allows for larger implants and in some situations, a slight lift may even be achieved when the implant sits above the muscle. The Disadvantages: Some may feel that the results are slightly less natural because when the implant is placed closer to the skin’s surface, the look and feel of the implant may be a little more noticeable. Silicone gel implants are often used in this placement because they provide a more natural look and feel and are less likely to cause rippling or folding. Under the Muscle Submuscular placement, when the implant is placed under the tissue and the pectoral muscle, has been gaining popularity because of its natural looking results. The Advantages: With the breast implant more covered than in subglandular placement, the breasts appear more natural and are less vulnerable to rippling or folding of the implant. The Disadvantages: Recovery time will typically take longer as you will have to allow time for your muscle tissue to heal as well. Also, larger implants may not be effective with this placement. Making a Decision So will it be over or under? The choice is really up to you. Breast augmentations have been the most popular cosmetic surgery procedure in the United State and are known for their high satisfaction rating. If you feel like you can benefit from getting breast implants, talk to your board certified plastic surgeon about how you can achieve the results that you desire.

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