When you are deciding which plastic surgery procedures you want to get, it is important to learn as much as you can about those that interest you. Some procedures last longer than others, which means you will want to plan accordingly.
Plastic surgery offers so many ways to change and/or improve the body. Learn more about the most popular plastic surgery procedures in the US.
How am I going to pay for my plastic surgery?” If you have health insurance, you naturally want to know if your insurer will help with the bill. Read more.
Kybella is a relatively new nonsurgical treatment for fat beneath the chin approved by the FDA in 2015. Learn more about Charlotte Kybella treatments for double chins.
Learn if you are a good candidate for breast augmentation plastic surgery in Charlotte by booking a consultation with Dr. Augenstein today.
When neither diet nor exercise gets rid of stubborn fatty deposits in certain parts of the body, you might decide that cosmetic surgery is the way to go. CoolSculpting or liposuction are key treatments for permanently getting rid of unwanted fat–but what procedure is right for you? Here’s an overview of the key differences between the two.
Since we want to ensure all of our current and potential patients are in the know of any updates in the cosmetic surgery world, we wanted to quickly answer a number of questions our patients have been asking us in relation to the update from Allergan regarding its BIOCELL® textured implants.
Cosmetic surgery is very popular. There are many new developments in plastic surgery, including many nonsurgical options. See which of these options work best for you.
When you’re considering cosmetic surgery in Charlotte, you may be concerned about the type of anesthesia your doctor will use. Learn more about the types of sedation used by Dr. Augenstein.
Rhinoplasty, popularly known as a “nose job” or “nose reshaping” is one of the most common cosmetic surgery procedures in the country. In 2018, approximately 218,924 people underwent rhinoplasty procedures, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) . Considering joining their number? Here’s what you need to know.