Check out this video of our very own Dr. Michael Cohen and all of the beautiful models as they take to the catwalk during The Center Club's first annual couture fashion show event. Watch as they show off this season's must-have looks! (You guys looked great!) We were truly thrilled to participate in support of …Read More
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Yearly Archives: 2011
At Belcara Health, success is measured by the number of satisfied patients and their level of satisfaction. Dr. Michael Cohen, founder and Medical Director of the Belcara Health, strives to provide his patients with beautiful results, as well as make each patient feel comfortable and at ease from the moment they walk through the door, …Read More
Your eyes and nose are the first things people look at. If your nose doesn’t fit the rest of your face, it can throw your good looks out of whack. It has to do with balancing features. For example, a large nose can distract from attractive eyes or make a correctly sized chin look small. …Read More
No matter what plastic surgery procedure you are considering, you may ask yourself whether there is a “best time” to have it done. Deciding to have plastic surgery is not like shopping for cars. There are no year-end clearance sales. There are, however, a few things to keep in mind when timing your procedure. Planning …Read More
Dr. Michael Cohen was recently interviews on Fox45 about the rise of cosmetic surgery procedures among men. Watch the video to learn which procedures are most popular and why they are often performed. You may also be interested in learning more about from the other sections of our web site.Read More
In Maryland, women from their 30s to their 60s have discovered that strict diets and rigorous exercise alone are not enough to attain their desired body shape. The combination of stress, genetics, and fast-paced lifestyles can result in a disproportionate distribution of fat on the body. These nuisance areas can affect anybody. Body contouring is …Read More
Ever since 2006, when the FDA approved silicone gel implants for breast augmentation in the U.S., we’ve seen women increasingly choose silicone over saline implants. While silicone tends to have a more natural look and feel than saline, there are benefits to both implant types. The outer shell of both implants is made of solid, …Read More
You'll enjoy this article that we spotted in the New York Times on Monday. As we live longer, we also want to look great longer, and we've noticed the same trend - more women over 70 are getting plastic surgery than in the past. The article has a short but thoughtful discussion of risks and …Read More
Dr. Michael Cohen comments on a recent FDA statement about the longevity of breast implants. The recent FDA statement suggests that 1 in 5 women with breast implants will need to replace them within 10 years. Dr. Cohen states that this is only the case for a small percentage of women (about 20%). The reasons …Read More
Article courtesy of WJZ/CBS Baltimore, July 2011. FDA Study About Silicone Breast Implants Raises Concerns TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — A new warning from the Food and Drug Administration about silicone breast implant complications has left some women with questions. Andrea Fujii explains whether there’s a need for concern. Research from the FDA shows one in …Read More