Refining the Results of Significant Weight Loss – How Dr. Schuster Can Help
January 19, 2017

Losing a significant amount of weight, through surgery or modifications to diet and exercise, is a life-changing experience. Activities like shopping for new clothing, riding the bus or playing with the kids at the playground are easier and much more enjoyable with a smaller and lighter body mass. Health also dramatically improves on many fronts. click to read more →

25 Things I’ve Learned About Plastic Surgery – #3 There’s Something for Everyone
November 23, 2016

There’s something for everyone. That’s what makes the world go ’round. If we were all the same it would be a pretty boring place. I think that’s one reason why I have never limited myself to one part of the face or body. I really like the variety. At this point in my life I click to read more →

What Causes Gynecomastia?
November 22, 2016

Gynecomastia, a medical condition characterized by enlarged male breasts, is not merely a cosmetic issue. It can severely affect quality of life. Large breasts can make exercise and fitting into clothing difficult. Having woman-like breasts can cause men to suffer significant psychological disorders, including depression and anxiety. Dr. Ronald Schuster fields many questions from men click to read more →

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 →