Plastic Surgeon Dr. Dean Kane of Baltimore Answers Question Regarding Botox for Platysmal Neck Bands

Q. Will BOTOX help with my problem area in my neck? When my neck is relaxed from the righthand side profile I look like I have a turkey neck. From the left it doesn’t. Please see diagram when neck is stretched to show area I mean and platsyma bands. Will BOTOX in these bands help… Read more »

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Dean Kane of Baltimore Answers Question Regarding ​Cheek Swelling Following Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Filler Injection

Q. Why do I have two tiny fluid sacs two weeks after Restylane Silk under eye? It’s been 2 weeks since I had Restylane silk placed under my eye. The last two mornings when I awoke I’ve noticed what look like two fluid filled tiny sacs under my left eye. They subside somewhat throughout the… Read more »

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Dean Kane of Baltimore on Post-Surgery Care and Massage

What after care is performed following surgery? Dr. Kane’s post-operative care instructions are quite detailed in order to optimize your care and results. Post-op care starts at the first thought of a procedure including: Activities Nutrition Responsible assistance Anticipating and reducing the risk of complications Responsible care assistance Dr. Kane finds that the healing art… Read more »

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Dean Kane of Baltimore Answers Question Regarding Disappointing Botox to Masseter Facial Shape Rebalancing; LipoContouring and Fat Grafting

Q. Looking for a thinner more heart shaped face, Botox is masseter is not working, what are my other options? In 6 months I’ve had 3 courses of Botox in my Masseters. The first two times I had 20 put into each muscle. Most recently we went to 30 in each muscle. I’m not seeing… Read more »

Milton Edgerton, trailblazing plastic surgeon for children and transgender patients, dies at 96

By Harrison Smith July 16, 2018 https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/obituaries/milton-edgerton-trailblazing-plastic-surgeon-for-children-and-transgender-patients-dies-at-96/2018/07/16/28bcae0a-8836-11e8-8aea-86e88ae760d8_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.7ae8c4fa1897&wpisrc=nl_sb_smartbrief When Milton Edgerton began his career as a plastic surgeon, his patients were wounded veterans of World War II, troops scarred by shrapnel or bullets or flames. Later, as one of the foremost medical practitioners at Johns Hopkins University and the ­University of Virginia, he treated cancer patients and… Read more »