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Before getting breast implants, a woman has to decide if she wants silicone or saline implants. To find out about the differences between the two implants, watch Dr. Edward Kole, a PA cosmetic surgeon, explain more about the two types of implants in this video.
If you want your breasts to look fake, then you can have a breast enlargement with either type of implant; however, if you are trying to look natural, then the type of implant will matter to you. Silicone implants come filled with silicone from the factory, and saline implants are a silicone shell that can be filled with salt water. Saline implants are recommended for people who want to look more natural. Another benefit of saline implants is that the incision can be smaller than the incision required for pre-filled silicone implants.
If you would like a consultation to determine if you have enough breast tissue to cover the saline implant or to finalize what type of breast implant is right for you, please call Kole Plastic Surgery at 215-315-7655 for a consultation. Feel free to also visit our website / for further information on breast augmentations in Pennsylvania.
When people are considering undergoing reconstructive or plastic surgery, they often have many questions on their mind. A Southampton plastic surgeon understands this and answers many of these questions in this video and on his website.
One common question Dr. Edward Kole, a Pennsylvania board certified plastic surgeon, receives is regarding breast augmentation. Many women want to know if they should have the procedure done above the muscle or below the muscle. The opinion of Kole Plastic Surgery is that going below the muscle makes the breast look and feel much better, and it will last longer.
For answers to other common cosmetic surgery questions, please visit our website at / or call to schedule a consultation with Dr. Kole at our Southampton, PA plastic surgery office at 215-315-7655.
When considering a breast enlargement, there are many questions you will likely research regarding what type of implants you should get, how the process works, and how the breast implants go into the body. Dr. Edward Kole, a Southampton, PA plastic surgeon, explains more here.
There are four ways to get breast implants into the body including: going through the belly button, going under the areole, going through the armpit, and going under the breast. Kole Plastic Surgery doesn’t recommend the belly button process, and only recommends the areole procedure when there is a good discrepancy between the areole color and skin color. The armpit procedure produces a longer incision because it is farther away and there are nerves to be concerned about. The most common way breast implants are placed into the body is through a small incision under the breast.
At Kole Plastic Surgery, we have special equipment modified to make the incision for breast augmentation as small as possible. We have all implant procedure options available and can determine which method is right for you. Call us at 215-315-7655 to schedule a consultation with a skilled Pennsylvania cosmetic surgeon, or visit our website / to learn more about breast implants and other breast surgery procedures.
If you are considering changing the size and shape of your breasts but aren’t sure if you need a breast lift or breast augmentation, you have come to the right place. Watch this video as a highly qualified Pennsylvania plastic surgeon explains the difference between the two procedures.
There is a simple test you can do at home to determine if you need a breast enlargement or lift. Place a pencil underneath the fold of your breast to determine if the nipple position hangs lower than the pencil line. If it does, then you may have too much skin or not enough volume in your breast. You may want to get breast implants to correct the loss of volume. However, if you are content with the size of your breasts, then you may just need a breast lift to get rid of the extra skin.
Call our Southampton, PA plastic surgery office at 215-315-7655 to make a consultation with Dr. Edward S. Kole, a board certified plastic surgeon, or visit our website / to find out more information about breast surgery procedures.
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If you are considering a plastic surgery procedure but you are afraid about scarring after surgery, you need to watch this video as a Pennsylvania plastic surgeon calms your fears and answers your questions about scarring.
With every surgical procedure, there is a chance for scarring; however, when a plastic surgeon performs the surgery, scars are typically minimized. Plastic surgeons are trained to place incisions in inconspicuous places so scars are minimized. One example of this is a facelift. When a facelift is performed, a person should have scars in his or her hairline or in back of the ears so they are minimally noticeable. A good plastic surgeon will have good techniques to minimize scarring and will provide his patient with tips for the best outcome without scarring.
To get any of your additional questions answered by a highly qualified Pennsylvania plastic surgeon, call Dr. Edward Kole at Kole Plastic Surgery in Southampton, PA, or visit our website at / to read more about the plastic surgery process.
Many people want to enhance the appearance of their nose by adjusting the shape and size. They do this through nose surgery, also known as Rhinoplasty. However, before going through with surgery, most people have many questions regarding getting a nose job.
As a Pennsylvania plastic surgeon, Dr. Kole can evaluate your nose to determine if the width of your nose bridge needs to be narrowed. This process may consist of shaving down the bone, thinning the bone, or causing an infracture to the nose to reshape it. If the abnormality is on the bottom of the nose—the nostrils, base and tip—the procedure is done by changing the cartilage. By changing the underlying framework, it will allow the skin to shrink up around the cartilage to change the appearance of the nose.
For nose surgery questions or more information about Rhinoplasty surgery in Philadelphia, please call Kole Plastic Surgery at 215-315-7655 to schedule a consultation, or visit our website, /, to read our educational materials on nose procedures.
If you feel like your lips aren’t as full as they once were, you may need Restylane or Juvederm to fill up your lips. Watch this video as Dr. Edward Kole, a PA cosmetic surgeon, explains why he uses fillers on women to achieve full lips.
Many older women lose bone, which causes their lips to roll in and become less visible. When this happens, a cosmetic surgeon can use a filler of highly hyaluronic acid that is a naturally occurring compound found in the skin. Two popular fillers include Restylane and Juvederm, which can help make the lip more full and allow women to have a larger area to put lipstick on.
If you want full voluptuous lips, call Kole Plastic Surgery and schedule a consultation with a qualified Southampton cosmetic surgeon today at 215-315-7655. You can also visit our website / to learn more about lip fillers and the process.
If you feel like your face appears tired, loose and saggy and you are generally not happy with the way your face looks due to the natural aging process, you may consider a face lift. But how do you know what type of face lift you need? Watch a Philadelphia, PA plastic surgeon explain more about face lifts in this video.
Depending on what area of the face concerns you—upper face, mid face, or lower face—there are different face lifts that can address your concerns. For example, if you have saggy eye brows and your forehead has deep lines, a plastic surgeon can relax those lines and brighten up your eyes by performing a forehead lift. If your cheeks are too big or you have heavy lines in the middle of your face, then a mid face lift can be performed. And, if you have more aging that has occurred that affects your neck and overall face, you may need a full face lift to tighten up the neck muscles, redrape the skin, lift up the jaw line and tighten your brows and forehead.
If you are not sure what type of face lift is right for you, please visit Kole Plastic Surgery for a consultation with Dr. Edward Kole at 215-315-7655, or visit our website / to learn more about face lift procedures.
Many people who get Botox treatments in other offices wonder why their Botox doesn’t last as long as it does when they visit Kole Plastic Surgery. Dr. Kole, a skilled Pennsylvania plastic surgeon, explains in this video about the benefits of fresh Botox.
At our Southampton plastic surgery center, we only use fresh Botox; however, many other offices do not do that. When you call our office and make an appointment for Botox injections, we schedule you on a Botox day. This means that almost all of our patients that day have Botox treatments, so we can make sure the Botox is fresh. It is critical that you receive fresh Botox so that it will last longer and give you the results you are looking for.
For the best Botox results, call us at 215-315-7655 to schedule a consultation today. You can also visit our website / to read more about Botox, fillers and other anti-aging non-surgical procedures.
Kole Plastic Surgery Center prides itself on our attention to cleanliness. When you choose to have your procedure performed at the Kole Plastic Surgery Center, your risk of infection rate is significantly lower than shared surgical centers and hospitals.
When contemplating having reconstructive or plastic surgery in Philadelphia or throughout PA, it is important to know how to go about finding a good, highly qualified Pennsylvania plastic surgeon. Watch this video to learn more about locating the right plastic surgeon for your surgical needs.
There are many ways to find a plastic surgeon, including talking with your friends and family, getting recommendations from your family doctor, and doing research on the Internet. All of these ways of finding a plastic surgeon are good. However, it is important that you are comfortable with the doctor. When you have narrowed down your search results, call the plastic surgeon’s office to make an appointment, get your questions answered, and see if you feel comfortable going forward with the surgery.
We have designed a website to help answer your questions, but we also encourage you to come in and meet our Southampton cosmetic surgeon in a consultation so that you can feel comfortable to take the next steps. Call us today at 215-315-7655, or visit our website at / for more information.
If you are considering reconstructive surgery, or any plastic surgery procedure, you need to understand that there are different levels of surgeons. Watch this video as Dr. Edward Kole, a skilled board certified Southampton plastic surgeon, explains more about what it means to be board certified in plastic surgery.
When a Pennsylvania plastic surgeon is given the designation of board certified in plastic surgery, it is the utmost honor. Only highly qualified surgeons get accepted into plastic surgical residencies. In order to be board certified, surgeons have to complete a residency in plastic surgery and reconstructive surgery, in addition to the general surgery precursor residency. It is in your best interest to have your procedures completed by a board certified plastic surgeon.
If you would like to schedule a consultation to review your Pennsylvania plastic surgery questions, call the Kole Plastic Surgery Center at 215-315-7655. You may also visit our website at / to view our educational resources that will help answer some of your preliminary questions.
Do you not feel as good in your skin as you used to? Maybe you want a change and are interested in plastic or reconstructive surgery, but you don’t know what process is right for you. Watch this video as a Philadelphia plastic surgeon explains the many different types of procedures that may benefit you.
At Kole Plastic Surgery, we perform breast lifts, breast augmentations, breast reductions, nose jobs, face lifts, neck lifts, tummy tucks and liposuction. We perform almost every plastic and reconstructive surgery there is except cleft lip palate and major burn surgeries.
If you would like to find out what procedure would benefit you the most, call Dr. Edward Kole for a consultation at our Southampton, PA plastic surgery center at 215-315-7655 today. Feel free to learn more about our different cosmetic procedures by visiting our educational website at /.
If you are considering having reconstructive surgery or a plastic surgery procedure, you most likely have many questions that you need answered. Watch this video to find out how to get a free copy of a book that will answer some of your questions, courtesy of a Pennsylvania plastic surgeon.
Because Dr. Kole has been a plastic surgeon for many years, he understands what questions people have when faced with plastic surgery as he has been asked the same questions over and over again. This is why he chose to write a book about plastic surgery, so that people can make informed decisions about what procedures are right for them.
To get a copy of this book, please visit our website / to fill out the form, and Kole Plastic Surgery will send you a hard copy in the mail right away. Additionally, if you have any plastic surgery questions or would like to set up a consultation, please call us at 215-315-7655 to reach our Southampton, PA office.
If you are unhappy with the underneath sides of your arms and are considering an arm lift, you need to be informed about the types of procedures you can choose from. Watch this video as Dr. Kole, a knowledgeable Southampton, PA plastic surgeon, explains more about arm lifts, also known as a brachioplasty.
A brachioplasty procedure is intended to remove extra skin, extra fat and tighten up the underneath side of the arm; however, there are two types of brachioplasty procedures: the old traditional type and the new modified surgical procedure. In the traditional procedure, an incision is made from the inside of the elbow all the way up the arm and slightly down the chest. The incision is long and it shows when the arm is moved. The new type of procedure is a limited incision on the inside of the armpit. It allows for liposuction of the arm and advances the skin to be gathered so excess skin is removed under the armpit.
If you have extra skin and poor tone on the bottom of your arm, a brachioplasty could be for you. Call for more information or to make a consultation. You can reach Kole Plastic Surgery at 215-315-7655 or visit our website / to learn more about brachioplasty.
You are most likely here because you are interested in a cosmetic surgical procedure, such as a nose job, tummy tuck, arm lift, breast lift or breast augmentation in Pennsylvania. We are glad you are here and hope that you find this website useful.
This website was designed for you in mind by Dr. Kole, a highly qualified board certified Pennsylvania plastic surgeon, so that you are informed about the different cosmetic procedures that are available to you. This website has detailed information about the latest technology available and will educate you on reconstructive and plastic surgical procedures.
We not only want you to spend time on our website learning about the procedures that interest you, but we encourage you to call us to get additional questions answered or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Kole. You can reach Kole Plastic Surgery at 215-315-7655, or contact us by filling out the contact page online at our website /.
If you want to remove some of your body fat, liposuction may be the best solution for you. However, you will want to know how liposuction works and what you can expect during the liposuction process before going through with it. Watch this video as a skilled Philadelphia plastic surgeon explains more about liposuction.
During liposuction of the abdomen, a plastic surgeon will make small incisions in the belly button and in the pubic area so they are inconspicuous. The surgeon will place small metal rods into the openings and insert warm fluid consisting of saline, lidocaine, epinephrine and bicarbonate. The fluid will sit under the skin for about 20 minutes until the numbing medicine has a chance to work. Then, the rods are hooked up to a high powered suction pump that pulls out some of the fat. Patients can undergo this procedure by being sedated or put to sleep.
For more information about liposuction or to schedule a consultation, please call Kole Plastic Surgery at 215-315-7655. You can also view our helpful and educational resources on our website / to learn more about liposuction.
If you are considering liposuction for a weight loss method, or if you have already had lipo, you may be wondering if you can gain weight after undergoing liposuction. Watch this video to learn more from a skilled Southampton, Pennsylvania plastic surgeon.
The liposuction procedure actually removes some of your fat cells. So, while you will never be at the weight you were at before the liposuction procedure, you can still gain weight depending on how much you eat. If you eat more than you need to survive, your body will store that extra energy as fat. The remaining fat cells in your body can get larger, especially in the areas that didn’t get liposuction.
For more questions about liposuction or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Kole, please call Kole Plastic Surgery at 215-315-7655, or visit our website /
How do you know if you need a tummy tuck? You may have asked yourself that same question and are wondering if you need one and how a tummy tuck is performed. Learn more about tummy tucks from a Southampton, PA plastic surgeon here in this video.
When you have weak stomach muscles, excess skin and excess fat, you are most likely a candidate for a tummy tuck in Pennsylvania. If the weak muscles go above the belly button and extend from the breast bone down to the pubic area, then a full tummy tuck may be optimal. Tummy tucks should only be performed by a highly qualified Pennsylvania plastic surgeon that makes an incision located extremely low in the pubic area. This way the surgeon can lift the skin up to the level of the muscles, tighten the muscles, and pull down the skin to remove the extra skin.
For more information about tummy tucks or to find out about having liposuction in combination with a tummy tuck, call Kole Plastic Surgery at 215-315-7655 to schedule a consultation. Also, visit our website / to learn more details about tummy tucks.