Cosmetic Surgery

Getting Ready for Halloween with a Treatment

By John Lee MD
October 15, 2018

There’s nothing like staying home and cuddling under a big fluffy blanket with a nice cup of cocoa or tea. The nights get darker and come sooner, and everyone seems to be on the same page. Now is the season we take a little time to rest before all of the holidays start. So, when ... read more


Overcoming your Holiday Food Cravings

By John Lee MD
November 15, 2017

Thanksgiving and Christmas are notorious for throwing a healthy diet off course. This season, use these tips and tricks to help you enjoy the season while not saying goodbye to your waistline. Have a plan Consistent cravings can be the most harmful to a healthy lifestyle because they always insist on making an appearance. The ... read more


Preparing for Cosmetic Surgery the Right Way

By John Lee MD
February 15, 2017

If you’re considering cosmetic surgery, you know that it’s a major decision. After all, a lot of time and money goes into this very serious (and very permanent) procedure. To achieve the best possible results, check out the following guidelines to prepare for cosmetic surgery. Do Your Homework There is a lot of information floating ... read more


Which City Has the Most Plastic Surgeons?

By John Lee MD
November 15, 2016

OK, it’s your big day; you’re on Jeopardy! You look at Alex Trebek with his outdated double breasted suit and he gives you this answer: Cities with the most plastic surgeons per capita. Uh oh, you didn’t prep for this. OK, better go with the likely places. “What is Beverly Hills, Dallas, Phoenix, Manhattan, and ... read more


Cosmetic Surgery: Are You a Good Candidate?

By John Lee MD
October 15, 2016

Plastic surgery continues to grow in popularity for many reasons. Technology in this field of medicine continues to improve, so more and more people are less wary of having that cosmetic procedure they’ve been considering. There is also less downtime and more procedure options than ever before. Nevertheless, some people make better candidates than others ... read more


Helpful Tips to Prepare for Plastic Surgery

By John Lee MD
July 15, 2016

Choosing to undergo plastic surgery is a big step – one that you likely haven’t entered into lightly. You’ve made the choice to do something for yourself to help improve your appearance and build greater confidence. So once you’ve made this life changing decision, here are some helpful tips to help you prepare for the ... read more


Do’s and Don’ts When Considering Cosmetic Surgery

By editor
January 15, 2016

Before electing to have cosmetic surgery, there are some things you should be aware of to make sure you are taking an intelligent, realistic approach to the procedure. Here are some Do’s and Don’ts to consider when considering cosmetic surgery: DON’T Do It For Anyone But Yourself Cosmetic surgery should be done for you and ... read more


Get the Best from Cosmetic Surgery with the Right Recovery

By editor
November 15, 2015

Your recovery after cosmetic surgery might be just as important as the planning, preparation, and the procedure itself. Once your surgery is done, the way your take care of yourself can help get you back to your regular activities and looking great. It’s important to let yourself heal and not rush the recovery process, as ... read more


The Benefits Of Facial Plastic Surgery

By admin
March 19, 2015

When people hear "plastic surgery" they might think of enhanced body parts or sculpted features. Yet, plastic cosmetic doesn't have to be so extreme to improve appearances. Facial plastic surgery, like the types offered by Dr. John Lee, can be minimally invasive and give a natural, improved appearance just by revitalizing the face.  5 Benefits ... read more


What to Expect During Plastic Surgery

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August 18, 2014

When you think of any type of surgical procedure, you probably envision being “knocked out” with general anesthesia. It might surprise you to learn that Dr. John Lee is able to perform all plastic surgery at his office near Philadelphia using local anesthetic. Instead of rendering the patient unconscious, local anesthesia simply numbs a small ... read more