Plastic Surgery News & Events Denver

The Squires Clinic Now Offers Latisse® Eyelash Lengthener

The Squires Clinic is proud to announce it now offers Latisse® eyelash lengthenerto our valued patients. Latisse is the first FDA approved prescription drug designed to help you grow longer, fuller, darker eyelashes. Latisse works by extending the amount of time your eyelashes remain in their growth cycle. Simply apply the solution to the base of your eyelashes once nightly. You will generally see results within 12-16 weeks.

Survey Reveals Injectable Procedures are Mainstream and Accepted Medical Aesthetic Treatment Options

A recent survey by The Aesthetic Surgery Education & Research Foundation found that people are no longer hiding their use of Botox and other Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers. According to the survey, the typical injectable patients is a married, working mother between the ages of 41 and 55 who has a household income of less than $100,000.

Read entire release

Competing With Botox – What is on the Horizon?

This year’s Hot Topics seminars at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery will cover 3 new ways Botulinum Toxins are being developed.

Read entire release

Women in the Workforce Link Cosmetic Surgery to Success

Women faced with an increasingly competitive job market have started looking at cosmetic medical procedures as a way to get ahead in the workplace. In a recent survey by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, nearly 3.5 million working women said they have had a cosmetic procedure to increase their value in the workplace.

Read entire release

US Cosmetic Surgery Procedures Market to Reach $15.1 Billion by 2012, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

The obsession of Americans to look young drives demand for cosmetic surgery products. US cosmetic surgery products market is projected to reach $3.07 billion by 2012, while the cosmetic surgery procedures market is projected to reach $15.13 billion by 2012.

Read entire release

Patients Positively Weigh In On Liposuction Study Confirms Adoption of Healthy Diet and Exercise Key to Successful Outcome

Patients are weighing in on liposuction, the most popular cosmetic plastic surgery procedure in 2005, and resoundingly saying they would have the procedure again. According to a study in May’s Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), 80 percent of patients were satisfied with their results and 86 percent would recommend the procedure to family or friends.

Read entire release

Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons Prepare For The Comeback Of Silicone Gel Breast Implants: Use, Efficacy and Safety to Be Discussed at Annual Meeting

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) announced that the course, “Silicone Breast Implants: Use, Efficacy and Safety: The Immediate Horizon and Beyond,” will be presented to plastic surgeons at the Aesthetic Society’s Annual Meeting, taking place April 21-25 in Orlando, FL.

Read entire release

Patient Safety Alert: Backroom Procedures not Worth the Risk: Cosmetic Injectable Procedures Performed by Amateur Practitioners May Cause Pain, Disfigurement or Death

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) has announced today that many consumers are still unaware of the risks associated with aesthetic procedures performed by unlicensed practitioners.

Read entire release

Community Service Post Katrina: American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Members Answer the Call

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, members of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) felt the same inspiration to serve their communities and their country as the rest of America. Many ASAPS-member plastic surgeons had volunteered their skills before the tragedy, while others felt reawakened to the call of community service post Katrina.

Read entire release

The Growing Trend of Ethnic Plastic Surgery

According to statistics from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) racial and ethnic minorities accounted for 20 percent of all cosmetic procedures performed last year, an increase from 14 percent in 2000. Hispanics again led minority racial and ethnic groups in the number of procedures at 8.5% followed by African-Americans, 6.2 percent; Asians, 4.6 percent; and other non-Caucasians, 1.1 percent.

Read entire releaseEn Espanol

10 Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Predictions for 2006

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), the leading national organization of board-certified plastic surgeons who specialize in cosmetic surgery, offers its predictions for cosmetic surgery in 2006. Predictions are based on interviews with leading plastic surgeons around the country.

Read entire release

2005: The Year in Plastic Surgery: Top 10 Plastic Surgery Hot Topics

Outside of Tom Cruise jumping on Oprah’s couch and Jennifer and Brad’s divorce, making headlines this year were various stories about plastic surgery. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) presents the 2005 Top 10 Plastic Surgery Hot Topics.

Read entire release

The Squires Clinic, featured in Cosmopolitan Magazine

The article discusses the question of breast implant safety and answers other tough questions about breast implant surgery.

“Breast Implants…Are They Safe?”

Get Adobe Acrobat Reader

Plastic Surgery Societies Applaud FDA “Approvable with Conditions” Letter to Inamed Corporation for Silicone Breast Implants

The FDA’s “approvable letter” with conditions to Inamed Corporation regarding its silicone breast implants is applauded by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), the two largest plastic surgery membership organizations.

Read entire release

June 21, 2005

New Study Finds Significant and Lasting Improvement in Body Image Following Cosmetic Surgery

The Aesthetic Surgery Education and Research Foundation (ASERF) announced today results of a new study that showed patients have significant and sustained improvements in body image after surgery.

Read entire release

April 18, 2005

Mesotherapy Not Proven As A Safe Alternative to Liposuction

The allure of shedding unwanted pockets of fat with a series of simple injections, known as mesotherapy, sounds too good to be true – and it just might be.

Read entire release

If you are interested in cosmetic surgery in the Metro Denver, Boulder, Colorado area, contact us or call 303-321-3210 to schedule a consultation.