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In this clip from the show Body Beautiful, Dr. Thomas McNemar, a Stockton plastic surgeon, discusses cellulite treatment using SmoothShapes™, a new technology that smoothes dimpled skin on the hips and thighs.
In this clip from the show Body Beautiful, Dr. Thomas McNemar, a plastic surgeon in San Ramon, discusses plasma skin resurfacing, an FDA-approved skin rejuvenation procedure that improves skin appearance almost anywhere on the body.
"When I look in the mirror I distinctly see the lines around my mouth and I'm sure that was due to smoking for many years," said resurfacing patient Monica Cava.
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Dr. Thomas McNemar, a plastic surgeon in the Stockton, CA area, says the recent trend toward subtle results also includes a surge in non-surgical treatments.
A recent article in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery® concludes that secondary facelift requires extreme precision. Dr. Thomas McNemar, a Bay Area cosmetic surgery provider, says technique is a vital component of facelift surgery at his practice.
Dr. Thomas B. McNemar, a Northern California plastic surgeon specializing in breast augmentation and breast lift in the Bay Area, expresses concerns about the "lunchtime boob job." He explains why his patients choose implants for long-lasting and safe results.
Dr. Thomas B. McNemar is offering a special for patients interested in BOTOX® Cosmetic and JUVÉDERM® Injectable Gel, and Artefil© at his Concord area plastic surgery practice.
Launched just over a year ago, www.bariatricplasticsurgeon.com provides essential information for people considering surgery to remove excess skin and fat after significant weight loss.
Dr. Thomas McNemar, founder of McNemar Cosmetic Surgery, recently contributed an article about liposuction and bariatric surgery to ObesityHelp Magazine. In the article, he discusses the benefits he's seen when combining liposuction with weight loss surgery.
Liposuction was first introduced in the United States in the 1980s and is one of the most popular plastic surgeries performed today. It's a procedure that can safely, effectively, and permanently remove fat from the body. The procedure is best suited to removing stubborn, localized fat deposits that have been resistant to diet and exercise. With liposuction, a surgeon can sculpt or reshape areas of the body, producing a smoother, more proportional figure.
Cancer victims aren't alone. Many have become their own cheerleaders coming together at a monthly support group at Doctors Hospital of Manteca. It is there that they are touched by two women they conside angels - medical coach registered nurse Debbie Aventi and medical social worker Crista Moore.
Dr. Thomas B. McNemar, M.D. is offering migraine headache relief through BOTOX® Cosmetic injections and sequential facial surgery. "The beauty of this whole thing is that it doesn't require anything radical," he said.
Recent news stories have discussed fat grafting as an alternative to breast enlargement using implants, but one local surgeon encourages women to examine their options carefully for safe and reliable results.
In San Ramon and Danville, breast enlargement spikes in popularity around the summer months, usually fading in the fall. A Bay Area plastic surgeon explains why, this year, breast enhancement is having enduring popularity.
Dr. Thomas McNemar, a board-certified plastic surgeon, urges women who are facing a breast cancer diagnosis to evaluate for themselves whether breast reconstruction should be an appropriate step in their recovery.
One of the most important decisions you will make regarding plastic surgery after weight loss is choosing your surgeon. Thousands of plastic surgeons nationwide perform procedures that can help you achieve more flattering body contours, but how do you know which one is right for you? Knowing what training and experience to look for can help you narrow your choices. Finding a surgeon with whom you can communicate and feel comfortable is also key. Because your choice of surgeon is important, you will want to give significant time and thought to the decision-making process.
Many women look forward to the benefits of losing 50 pounds, 100 pounds, or even more after having bariatric surgery, but most are unaware that this weight loss may cause their breasts to lose their fullness, firmness, and shape. When breasts lose volume, they droop and sag. This common condition is called ptosis (pronounced toe-sis). If you feel self-conscious about your breasts, you may want to consider plastic surgery procedures that can restore the shape of your breasts and give your breasts a more youthful and pleasing appearance.
Oakland area post bariatric plastic surgeon Dr. Thomas McNemar has recently launched a site created to address the specific concerns of Bay Area patients before and after massive weight loss.
Bay Area professionals look to facial reconstruction for an edge up in the business world, and Walnut Creek face lift surgeons are seeing growing interest in facial rejuvenation among busy professionals who believe these procedures keep them viable in an increasingly competitive workforce.
As the number one cosmetic surgical procedure in the United States, breast augmentation is a procedure thousands of plastic surgeons have performed. But, with "Your Complete Guide to Breast Augmentation & Body Contouring," San Ramon plastic surgeon Dr. Thomas McNemar wrote the book.