Author Archives: John Seaberg

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When is Breast Augmentation Revision Needed?

Most patients are happy with the results of breast augmentation surgery. But at a certain point, breast augmentation revision is needed to help women adjust their look and continue to enjoy their implants. The reasons for breast augmentation revision are many. Some Columbia, MO, women choose to exchange implants during their revision procedure, and some …

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How to Find the Best Plastic Surgeon in Your Area

Every patient deserves the best when it comes to plastic surgery. Excellent results start with high-quality care, so it’s crucial for patients to find the best plastic surgeon in their area. Unfortunately, some people may be unsure of how to find this information. As I tell my own plastic surgery patients here in Columbia, MO, …

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5 Questions to Ask at Your Tummy Tuck Consultation

For those interested in a tummy tuck at my plastic surgery practice in Columbia, MO, the first step is a one-on-one consultation. During this time, patients can talk to me about any questions or concerns they may have. But some patients arrive a bit nervous and are unsure of what to ask. Preparing for plastic …

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Breast Augmentation: How Much Research Should You Do?

If you’re considering breast augmentation here in Columbia, MO, the research process may feel overwhelming. There is a wealth of information out there on the internet, and it can often generate more questions than answers. But there is some good news: when heading into your first breast augmentation consultation, you don’t need to know everything …

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Should You Get a C-Tuck?

Mothers who are scheduled to have a baby via cesarean section delivery may hear about combining the birth with a tummy tuck—a procedure sometimes called a "C-tuck." Even though it sounds promising, this concept falls into the category of too good to be true. I wouldn't recommend following a C-section with a tummy tuck to …

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Tips for Bra Shopping After Breast Augmentation

For my breast augmentation patients in Columbia, MO, one of the perks of the procedure is the chance to wear bra styles that they previously couldn't. The excitement surrounding your decision to get breast implants includes shopping for new clothes and bras that will highlight your new figure. In this blog post, I'll provide some …

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Making the Most of Your Liposuction Procedure

When it comes to body contouring options, liposuction at my Columbia, MO, practice is a powerful and effective surgical approach that helps men and women slim down stubborn areas and achieve the body of their dreams. When my patients and I work together to make the most of the procedure’s capabilities, the transformative effect is …

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Rhinoplasty and Your Nose: 4 Facts to Consider

Rhinoplasty (nose surgery) at my Columbia, MO, plastic surgery practice continues to be one of the most requested procedures. It’s likely because even the most subtle changes to the size and shape of the nose can have such a substantial effect on the overall appearance of the face. Even though the cosmetic benefits of the …

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What Is the Right Age for a Breast Lift?

Patients considering any form of aesthetic treatment or plastic surgery often wonder if they're the right age for the procedure. These questions usually come from women or men considering facial rejuvenation, but some women ask what's the best age for a breast lift. At my Columbia, MO, practice, the answer is that age isn't really …

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