There’s no question: anti-aging fillers and injectables (such as Juvéderm, Botox/Dysport, and Sculptra) can take years off your face—and your look—with zero surgery and little to no downtime. Using these anti-aging fillers and injectables can delay the need for the more invasive face lift that used to be the anti-aging “treatment” of choice.
Sometimes it doesn’t take surgery to feel better about your breasts. Sometimes all it takes is the right-fitting bra. Understanding how a bra should fit is something every woman should learn—and something that I highlight here.
New York-based plastic surgeon Tracy Pfeifer, M.D. explains why labiaplasty is becoming more popular among women today—and what occurs during the procedure.
Earlobe rejuvenation with Juvéderm injections is a simple in-office procedure that corrects sagging, elongated earlobes, enabling you to show off earrings and feel sexy and young with your hair pulled back.
Capsular contracture is one of the most common problems that occur as a result of breast augmentation surgery—cosmetic or reconstructive. Prevention of capsular contracture is my first priority. As a plastic surgeon specializing in breast augmentation I use all the known available methods to reduce the risk of capsular contracture.
Breast implants can be placed over or under the pectoral muscles of the chest. Dr. Tracy Pfeifer explains the pros and cons of both placements—and how she determines what’s best for each patient.
The new American Cancer Society mammogram guidelines are based on outdated research and don’t make sense. Here’s why—and exactly what I recommend (based on the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, ACOG, Guidelines).
Kim Kardashian tried the Vampire Face Lift, when a doctor injects Platelet Rich Plasma (or PRP) into the face to plump it up. Now it’s being used to boost breasts. Dr. Tracy Pfeifer weighs in on this latest trend.
Dr. Tracy Pfeifer explains why breast reduction can often be a good option for large-breasted teens like Ariel Winter.