Our Most Popular Articles: Best Blog Posts of 2013

What cosmetic surgery topics were our readers most interested in during the past twelve months? That’s an important question we consider each year. It’s a great way to see which topics our readers are responding to the most, so that we can continue to provide the most current and relevant information to our patients.

Below we share our list of the most popular blog articles in 2013. Not only were these our most ‘clicked’ articles last year, three of these posts also made our list of top articles since we started this blog.

1. The “Painless Breast Augmentation”: Separating Fact from Fiction

Breast enhancement remains one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries across the country—so of course there’s a lot of hype about new techniques and innovations. But does such a thing as a pain-free breast augmentation truly exist? Dr. Deal provides an honest answer on the issue of pain control.

2. The Top 10 Cosmetic Surgery Procedures

This popular post reveals the top 10 most requested cosmetic procedures (both surgical and minimally invasive) in 2011, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

3. Hollow Eyes: Can They be Treated by a Cosmetic Surgeon?

Dr. Nease discusses the challenge of treating “hollow eyes” and explains how Southern Surgical Arts is utilizing the latest technology to provide beautiful, youthful results for our patients.

4. Tummy Tucks Continue to Improve with Liposuction

Tummy tucks are already one of the most transformative cosmetic procedures available, and liposuction takes this surgery to the next level. However, combining these two procedures can be challenging. In the hands of a highly experienced, board-certified cosmetic surgeon, liposuction can now be safely performed with a tummy tuck in one surgery, eliminating the need for a second procedure.

5. Southern Surgical Arts Chosen to Conduct Cellulite Clinical Trial

At Southern Surgical Arts, we like to stay on the cutting edge of cellulite treatment because it is such an area of concern for our patients. It is an honor to be one of a select few practices chosen to participate in this study. Best of all, it allows us to bring an innovative and exciting new treatment option to our patients!

Any topics you’d like to see us tackle in future blogs? Please leave us a comment below! Your feedback is important to us.

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