Teenage Plastic Surgery from Dr. Ronald Schuster
October 22, 2009

I recently saw a young woman, 17 to be exact, for consultation regarding cosmetic surgery. Â I was struck with the power of plastic surgery and the sense of responsibility to use it wisely. Through the years I have performed various cosmetic procedures on teenagers and have found it to be emotionally rewarding experience.The most click to read more →



Tummy Tuck Instructions from Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Ronald Schuster
October 21, 2009

To help my patients you may find in my website a full set of instructions for most procedures. Simply go to the procedure section and scroll to the instruction portion. Whether the surgery is breast augmentation, tummy tuck, facelift, liposuction or rhinoplasty you will be able to read how to best prepare for both before click to read more →



Dr. Ronald Schuster, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Baltimore, Maryland, receives a “Patient’s Choice” award recognizing great patient care
September 15, 2009

This was nice to see. I received recognition from a few patients for the care they received. It’s lways nice to feel appreciated. You can read the ratings by going to the following link. http://www.vitals.com/doctor/profile/1912905076 Thank you. Whether you come in for breast augmentation or breast reconstruction, facelift surgery or just to have a few click to read more →



Summer is over
September 7, 2009

Well, Summer is over. Hope it was good for you all. Now’s the time to start planning for next Spring! Don’t wait – or it will be too late – again. Most people like the cooler months to get their bodies back in order. This might mean a tummy tuck or liposuction for some, or click to read more →



Breast Augmentation
July 22, 2009

I was speaking owith a patient today in preparation for her breast augmentation. She complimented me on her experience and my willingness to take the time to explain things to her. I am very appreciative and it got me thinking – isn’t that the way it’s supposed to be? Shouldn’t patients expect to be able click to read more →