Thanks to its increased media exposure, plastic surgery is more widely-regarded than ever before. Until recently, plastic surgery has been most popular in patients of Northern European descent; however, since 2000 the world has seen a major increase in cosmetic surgery procedures for ethnic patients. As these procedures become more mainstream and accepted, ethnic patients are beginning to see the possibilities that plastic surgery offers to them.
Plastic Surgeon serving Lutherville Timonium, Baltimore & Columbia areas of Maryland
Dr. Basner sees patients in many of the surrounding townships and suburbs of Baltimore. Some of the most popular areas are: Townson, Owings Mills, Pikesville, Bel Air, and even York Pennsylvania.
No matter where you are located or what your story is, we would love to meet you and see how we can help you!
Our office address is 1304 Bellona Ave, Lutherville-Timonium, MD. This is right off the Baltimore Beltway. See printable driving direction here.
World wide, the current economics have slowed down any non-essential purchases. Individuals are having to buckle down with unnecessary spending. However, in the area of looking good, frugality does not necessarily play a part.
People are seeing cosmetic procedures a help in gaining that job or moving up in the company. Keeping that youthful look has become more important in a tight job market. Among all the cosmetic procedures, the strongest interest is Liposuction.
The latest craze in local department stores and women's magazines is “BB cream” which is short for 'beauty balm' or 'blemish balm'. The claim to fame for BB cream it will not only guard against UV rays but it will reduce oiliness, redness and even out skin tone too.
If you ever feel that your face or physical contour is not looking good enough, then you might choose to take cosmetic surgery to enhance the aesthetic aspect of your face or body. These days, with the advancement in technology, there is cosmetic surgery to help you change your looks.
Summer will be here before we know it and the staff at The Plastic Surgery Center of Maryland knows that many of us will start getting ready by hitting the tanning beds. Every one wants to get a jump start on our tan and not look so pale when we start stepping out in shorts. Many individuals will go to any length to be in fashion treating a golden tanned skin as a fashion accessory and statement.
As women age, our breast often begin to sag. Same after we have been breast feeding, survived an illness such as cancer or experienced sudden weight loss, our breast will start to sag. It can be uncomfortable and for many women, it doesn't help our self esteem either. For those women, Dr. Adam Basner can perform a breast lift or in medical terms a maxoplasty.
Many say that having fine lines and wrinkles are your signature of a full life, your resume so to speak. Then there some of us that want the wisdom that age has brought us but we don't want to look the part For those people, Dr. Adam Basner is here to help! With his experienced skills and the variety of derma fillers that are available, he can eliminate the fine lines and wrinkles that are your signature of experience by filling in the areas that have sunk in around your eyes and fill those deep wrinkles.
Breast cancer is a growing a disease that is growing worldwide. While there are some things we can do to lessen our risks such as our alcohol intake, giving birth to a first child after the age of 30, lack of exercise, which leads to obesity as well as our choice of oral contraceptives and postmenopausal hormone replacement. However things such as our age, ethnicity, gender and family history are things that can contribute to our risk that we have no control over.
Every October we see pink exploding all around the world. You see pink shirts, pink arm bands, pink hats, pink tennis shoes and more. Pink, pink, pink - everywhere you look, there is pink. Even on baseball fields and football fields there is pink. If you've been on another planet or in hibernation, you may be wondering why. Well October is the month to promote the awareness of breast cancer. One in eight women of the United States is affected by breast cancer. Just in 2010 there were 250,000 women were diagnosed with this disease and twenty-five percent of them will die.