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Top 5 Things to Do Before Your Mommy Makeover Surgery

Posted July 12, 2018 in Mommy Makeover Surgery

The majority of new mothers all understand the feeling that your body after baby isn’t quite what you remember it to be. There is certainly no shame in this understanding, just as there’s no denying that a woman’s body changes with children. It simply has to. Unfortunately, even with dedication, sweat, and careful meal planning, […]

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Is Social Media Affecting Rhinoplasty Statistics?

Posted June 13, 2018 in Brow Lift

According to a recent study by JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery, rhinoplasty procedures are increasing due to patients’ desire to look better in selfies. Studies have examined the correlation between social media and the rise in cosmetic procedures such as BOTOX® Cosmetic, dermal fillers, and facial augmentation for the past few years; the numbers provided by […]

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The Best (and Worst) Reasons for Plastic Surgery

Posted May 18, 2018 in Reason for Plastic Surgery

Over the decades, plastic surgery has become somewhat of a phenomenon. The number of surgical and nonsurgical treatments is increasing every year; many men and women are walking into plastic surgery offices in waves looking to improve their trouble areas. Just as expansive as the list of possible plastic surgery procedures are the reasons patients […]

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How Will Implant Decisions Affect Your Final Outcome?

Posted April 24, 2018 in Breast Implants

Once you have chosen to undergo breast augmentation with implants, you will be faced with many decisions. What size implant are you interested in? Would you rather have silicone or saline implants? What exactly is a gummy bear implant? Where should your implants be placed, under the muscle or on top? Where should your incisions […]

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Finalize the Transformation

Posted March 13, 2018 in Body Contouring

Losing a substantial amount of weight is life-altering. Losing weight is often the result of months, if not years, of hard work, dedication, and sacrifice, and it is a tremendous achievement deserving of both pride and recognition. Unfortunately, with any significant weight loss, excess and unwanted skin is usually left behind. As you age, you […]

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What Does Your Nose Need?

Posted February 13, 2018 in Rhinoplasty, Septoplasty

An ill-shaped nose can bring both embarrassment and damage to your self-esteem. Rhinoplasty, often known as a nose job, can reshape and enhance the appearance of the nose by adding, removing, or sculpting cartilage and bone. Because nose insecurities have often persisted since childhood, rhinoplasty can provide some of the most dramatic and appreciated transformations. […]

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What to Do if Your Implants Rupture

Posted January 18, 2018 in Implant Rupture

Over the years, breast augmentation has made many improvements in the techniques and technologies used. Breast augmentation with implants is the most commonly performed cosmetic surgery, and breast implants are known to be reliable and long-lasting. Unfortunately, nothing man-made is guaranteed to last a lifetime, and implants are no different. While the risk doesn’t outweigh […]

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What to Know About Tummy Tuck Recovery

Posted December 12, 2017 in Tummy Tuck Surgery

While the tummy tuck is one of the most commonly performed cosmetic surgeries, it can also be one of the most extensive in regards to the recovery period. Abdominoplasty removes excess skin and fat that have accumulated during weight loss, pregnancy, and aging while tightening the separated and weak muscles. During your consultation, your doctor […]

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Vote Now For the Luxury Awards!

Posted September 12, 2017 in Vote for Dr Mark Chin as Best Plastic Surgeon

Each year CVLUX recognizes the top businesses who represent the best of the best in the Valley. Dr. Chin is excited and humbled to be considered for this award as “Best Plastic Surgeon”.  In addition, five coveted Diamond Awards are presented to various businesses and individuals who have given back to the community through their […]

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Giving Back

Posted March 20, 2017 in Infectious Disease, Minor Reconstructive Procedures, Mission Trip, Musculo-skeletal Disorders, Plastic Surgery, Skin Lesions, Stress Injuries, Tumors

Access to healthcare and healthy living is something that many Americans often take for granted. Dr. Chin believes that it is important to give back to the local and worldwide communities who don’t have the privilege of having the same access to healthcare as we do here in the United States. Since the ‘90s, Dr. […]

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