With summer approaching, shorts and skirts reappearing, and your long-awaited vacation coming up, you might be feeling a little dread and worry about your physique. The stubborn fat that you swore would be gone by the time summer came around is refusing to leave no matter what you do. If you are feeling the time pressure to get bikini ready this summer, the Center for Plastic Surgery at Castle Rock offers the revolutionary non-invasive CoolSculpting® treatment for busy people like yourself to get the summer body they want with no downtime.
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The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) recently released their annual statistics. Both members of ASPS, Dr. Archibald and Dr. Rhee find the yearly collection of numbers an interesting read. Let’s take a look at what trends we can take away from this years’ report.
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When it comes to your breast augmentation, there are a lot of factors to consider and it only makes sense that you will have questions for your plastic surgeon. Our patients here in the Denver area live busy lives and are often concerned with their recovery. Thus, our team at the Center for Plastic Surgery at Castle Rock is understanding when our patients ask, “How long until I can get back to my daily activities?”
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As we welcome spring here in Denver, we happily say goodbye to winter’s cold, dry weather that often wreaks havoc on a healthy complexion. However, if you are not careful, damaged skin can persist well past winter and into the seasons to ahead. Your skin doesn’t have to reflect the dullness of winter thanks to these treatment tips from the Center for Plastic Surgery at Castle Rock’s team of skin care professionals.
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At the Center for Plastic Surgery at Castle Rock, our Denver patients often ask us what the best age for a facelift is. A fine balance teetering between too soon and too late, we believe that there is no one correct age. In fact, age alone has very little to do with deciding the right time to have a facelift.
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Breast augmentation is one of the top consultations that we see women for at our Denver plastic surgery practice. After deciding to enhance her bust line through breast augmentation, a woman’s first question for Dr. Rhee often has to do with what implant will give her the best possible results.
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Healthy skin is beautiful skin—which is one of the many reasons why Dr. Rhee and Dr. Archibald are excited to introduce HydraFacial MD to the Center for Plastic Surgery at Castle Rock’s lineup of facial services. New to our Denver practice, HydraFacial MD utilizes its patented Vortex-Fusion™ technology to restore your skin to its healthiest state.
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An age-old trouble spot, the double chin has and continues to plague many of our patients. Understanding the frustration that a fuller chin and neck can present, we are thrilled to announce that we now perform Kybella at the Center for Plastic Surgery at Castle Rock.
A revolutionary fat dissolving injectable, Kybella targets submental (below the chin) fullness. With Kybella, a toned and tightened chin and jawline can be yours.
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As a mother, busy days and hectic schedules quickly become the norm. Hoping to rejuvenate a tired appearance proves to be challenging. Not only is it difficult to take time for yourself, but a long and lengthy recovery period is often not an option. Fortunately, at the Center for Plastic Surgery at Castle Rock, we are able to perform a number of non-surgical and minimally invasive procedures to help you look—and feel—your best.
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The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery has a useful website to research procedures.