FDA approves new silicone gel implant
March 11, 2012

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today approved a silicone gel-filled breast implant manufactured by Sientra Inc. to increase breast size (augmentation) in women at least 22 years old and to rebuild breast tissue (reconstruction) in women of any age. As a condition of approval, Sientra is required to conduct post-approval studies that will assess click to read more →

High Frequency Ultrasound – A Different Opinion
February 25, 2012

High Frequency Ultrasound is a new technology that melts tissue using sound waves. It is different than the ultrasound used for imaging the unborn baby when women are pregnant. In HIFU, the sound waves are focused to a single point. Because the sound energy is so focused, the point gets very hot. So hot that click to read more →

Exclusive Skin Peel Event
February 9, 2012

FALL IN LOVE WITH YOUR SKIN EXCLUSIVE PEEL EVENT February 21st & 23rd 10am-6pm Contact: Dr. Ronald H. Schuster 410-902-9800 or  Karen Weiner at 410-902-7422  10807 Falls Road Lutherville, MD 21093  Now Accepting Appointments Reservations Required Call Today!! Peel Deal Includes: $25.00 dollars off a Vitalize or Rejuvenize Peel and a $50.00 dollar SkinMedica Skincare click to read more →

Open vs Closed Rhinoplasty
January 1, 2012

Many people interested in nasal surgery, or rhinoplasty, ask about the differences between “open” and “closed” rhinoplasty. These terms are used to describe the surgical approach to the nose. In open rhinoplasty a small incision is added to the “columella”, the bottom part of the nose between the two nostrils. By adding this incision the click to read more →

Hospital Stay after Cosmetic Surgery
November 26, 2011

Staying in the hospital after cosmetic surgery is a question many patients ask about. There are many benefits and several myths about hospital stays. The truth is, most patients across the country go home after almost all types of cosmetic surgery. I do most of my surgery out of a hospital setting where my patients click to read more →