Plastic Surgeon Dr. Dean Kane of Baltimore Answers Question Regarding a Surgeons’ Recommendation for Liposuction vs Tummy Tuck

Q. Why do some doctors say I need a tummy tuck while others don’t? A. I have attempted to offer you the general reasons why a Surgeon may recommend, and the difference between liposuction and tummy tuck. Liposuction and LipoContouring Liposuction removes fat. It uses a long thin tube called a cannula and some form of suction to remove the… Read more »

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Dean Kane of Baltimore Answers Question Regarding CoolSculpting for a Small C-section Skin Laxity

Q. Should I consider have CoolSculpting done for c-section pooch? Is CoolSculpting a good non invasive alternative for me? I am considering have CoolSculpting done in my after c section pooch. It’s been 10 months since my last c sections, I eat healthy and i workout but nothing seems get my flat tummy again! I… Read more »

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Dean Kane of Baltimore Answers Question Regarding Skin Tightening as a Prelude to Surgical Face and Neck Lift

Q. What procedures can best address sun damage and skin laxity on my face/neck/chest/eyelids? Rhinoplasty to soften nose, lip lift and how to best address sun damage and skin laxity on face/neck/chest/eyelids. have been recommended Ultherapy, CO2, and Profound RF. I have had 3 Ultherapy during my 40’s with good success as well as Botox… Read more »

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Dean Kane of Baltimore Answers Question Regarding Ultherapy, Silhouette Lift and Lasers for Skin Tightening vs Lifting

Q. Is Ultherapy vs. Silhouette Lift vs. Sublime laser better to tighten midface/jawline? I am considering Ultherapy vs. Silhouette Lift vs. Sublime laser to tighten slightly saggy cheeks that have also lost some volume and tighten my jawline. I am 5’5″, 127 pounds and have a low tolerance for pain which is why I’ve resisted… Read more »

Perky Breasts Need The Right Support

Breast Augmentation Baltimore, MD
Most women grew up with the message that, for breasts to look and stay perky, they need some support. The problem is this message was either too broad or too specific. What has been portrayed as the game-saver for perky breasts is a good bra. First of all, what does that even mean? And second,… Read more »