25 Things I’ve learned about Plastic Surgery – #2 Mirrors
October 22, 2016

Mirrors. The good, the bad, and the ugly. The good. Wow! What an invention. Whoever invented that was a genius. Every day, every one of us looks into a mirror at least once. Whether it’s combing your hair, putting on makeup, shaving, or making sure your clothes look right … well you get the point. click to read more →



25 Things I’ve Learned About Practicing Plastic Surgery – #1 Honesty is the best policy
October 18, 2016

Honesty is the best policy. Seems sort of obvious but you’d be surprised how many docs out there will tell you what you want to hear just to get your money. It doesn’t matter if they can deliver the results they promise, or recommend something that won’t work. By the time you figured out it click to read more →



Should I Get Liposuction or CoolSculpting?
September 27, 2016

When it comes to body contouring procedures, several treatment options claim to remove stubborn fat and improve the body’s curves. If you are trying to select the option that is best for your personal needs, Baltimore plastic surgeon Ronald Schuster can help. Here, he compares two of the most popular treatment options: liposuction and CoolSculpting.



Is Liposuction Permanent?
July 28, 2016

Is liposuction permanent? Though you might think you are the first to wonder about the longevity of liposuction results, it is actually a common question. People considering the time and financial commitment of liposuction are wise to question whether the results will be permanent. Dr. Ronald Schuster, a trusted plastic surgeon in Baltimore, explores this click to read more →



Teen-Appropriate Plastic Surgery Procedures
April 11, 2016

Numerous news outlets have pointed out the recent rise in plastic surgery among teenagers. There are several reasons behind this increase, including the influence of social media and celebrities. While the majority of plastic surgery procedures have been deemed inappropriate for teenagers, there are some exceptions. In this blog post, Dr. Ronald Schuster shares three click to read more →