Power Assisted Liposuction (PAL) is an advanced body contouring technique utilized by Salem plastic surgeon Dr. George Chatson. One of two types of liposuction offered at our offices, the PAL technique uses a quickly vibrating cannula to break up stubborn fat deposits, allowing for more complete removal. Because...Read More
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Following fat removal with SAFELipo™, the contours of your body will become more defined and appealing. These results are permanent in the sense that fat removed cannot come back. However, unless care is taken, even advanced liposuction techniques like SAFELipo cannot guarantee a toned and trim appearance for long.
If you are considering liposuction in Massachusetts or New...Read More
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons – of which Andover and Nashua plastic surgeon Dr. George Chatson is a member – has just released its 2015 plastic surgery trends report. According to this report, which is based off of numbers provided by board-certified plastic surgeons throughout the United States, the five most popular cosmetic surgery...Read More
Eyelid surgery, also known as an eyelid lift or blepharoplasty, is an effective way to produce a more rested, alert, and refreshed appearance throughout the upper face. With blepharoplasty, Salem plastic surgeon Dr. George Chatson can:
- Lift the upper eyelids
- Remove excess fat and skin from the lower eyelids
- Eliminate puffy and dark areas from underneath the eyes
These benefits alone are often all it takes to produce a noticeably more youthful...Read More
Breast lift surgery addresses ptosis (sagging) of breast tissue caused by aging, genetics, and factors such as pregnancy and weight fluctuations. During the breast lift procedure, board-certified Salem plastic surgeon Dr. George Chatson will remove loose and sagging skin – a procedural step that may ultimately impact cup size. How much will lifting tissue and removing excess skin decrease breast volume? That depends on the individual. But a recent study...Read More
The colder, darker winter months are often the best time to undergo a surgical procedure. The slower pace and longer hours spent indoors during these months tend to be more accommodating to rest and recovery. What’s more, if your chosen procedure requires an incision in an area of the body that may become exposed as warm weather returns, choosing to have plastic surgery now allows more time for the incision to heal and can greatly reduce its visibility come springtime.
If you have been considering plastic surgery, now is the best time to act. Please call board-certified Andover...Read More
Excessive underarm sweating in the winter may not be something most people think about. But if you suffer from axillary hyperhidrosis, even the cold New England winter months will offer little reprieve.
If you are one of the millions of Americans who suffers from excessive and persistent underarm sweat, Andover...Read More