Liquid Facelifts by Ronald H Schuster, MD, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Baltimore, Maryland
July 14, 2011

Wow! Ever since the episode of Real Housewives of NY aired the buzz has been about the Liquid Facelift!! Well let me explain it to you. The “Liquid Facelift” is the catch word for using injectable fillers to restore volume into the face. As the volume increases the more full one’s face looks. As we click to read more →

New HydraFacial (TM) Getting Rave Reviews – by Dr. Ronald Schuster, M.D., Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Baltimore, Maryland
June 29, 2011

Face Appeal is now offering a great new type of facial treatment.  The new HydraFacial (TM) skin treatments takes facial rejuvenation to a whole new level. It’s the only machine of it’s kind that utilizes Vortex technology for 4 in 1 cleansing, exfoliation, extraction and fusion. This is a brand new service only available through Face click to read more →

Liposuction vs. Tummy Tuck
June 17, 2011

Baltimore Body Contouring Surgery Body contouring procedures such as liposuction and tummy tuck continue to be two of the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures in the United States. However, there are significant differences between the two treatments. Liposuction surgery allows plastic surgeons to remove fat cells from the body, while tummy tuck is a procedure click to read more →

Sculptra Rejuvenation – Check it out from Dr. Ronald H Schuster, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Baltimore, Maryland
May 25, 2011

Sculptra is  a relatively new type of filler that is used for facial rejuvenation. Sculptra works differently than other fillers. Sculptra is a gradual process that stimulates the body to form collagen. As the collagen is made, it creates more volume within the face. As volume increases the face appears more youthful. It typically takes click to read more →

Breast Implant Profiles – by Ronald H Schuster, MD, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Baltimore, Maryland
May 11, 2011

Did you know that breast implants come in different shapes and profiles? The majority of breast implants used today are round in shape (vs teardrop or anatomical – but we’ll get into that in a minute). “Round” however doesn’t mean ball shaped. The implants are really shaped more like a disc and are “round” when click to read more →