My Opinion of the Ribbon Facelift by Dr. Ronald Schuster, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Baltimore, Maryland
February 23, 2010

At the request of a patient, I recently looked into the Ribbon Lift. Although I have never performed the lift I am very familiar with the product and technique. It is the same idea as the thread lifts but just uses a different “leash” to pull the skin. I think that the results will certainly click to read more →

Facelift Testimonial for Dr. Ronald H Schuster, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Baltimore, Maryland
February 18, 2010

Just received this lovely email form one of our “out-of towners”. She travelled from New York and send her compliments returning home. She had a facelift, eyelid surgery and chin implant performed about three weeks ago. “Dear Dr. Schuster, I have attached my three week picture to give you a look at your masterpiece. :). click to read more →

Brazilian Butt Lift by Ronald H. Schuster, M.D., Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Baltimore, Maryland
February 17, 2010

Wow, talk about a hot topic! The Brazilian Butt Lift has gotten to be quite a buzz around town, the country and the world. Many women have found a successful trreatment to their flat, shapeless butts at last. It is really not new but has gotten to be much more popular because of internet awareness. click to read more →

Happy Holidays from Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Ronald H. Schuster, M.D. – Baltimore, Maryland
December 23, 2009

Happy Holidays! It’s been a difficult year for so many people. I’m glad that I could help out al of my psatients, whether or not they were having surgery for out of necessity or personal gratification and fulfillment. I hope that the worst is behind us and I am looking forward to bigger and better click to read more →

Hernias Found During Abdominoplasty by Dr. Ronald Schuster, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Baltimore, Maryland
December 15, 2009

Recently I have encountered several patients who had unsuspected hernias found during their abdominoplasty. While this is really not that unusual, it is generally surprising to the patient. What is a hernia? Basically it is a “hole” in the abdominal wall, through which either fat or intestine can “poke through”. It is usually not much click to read more →