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Castle Connolly Top Doctors DC 2019 Denjamin C. Stong, MD American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Facial Plastic Surgeon Board Certified ABFPRS Facial Plastic Surgey American Academy of Facial Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery, INC. Atlanta Plastic Surgeon Top Patient Rated

Courtney Cox: Injection Overload!

Courtney Cox captured our hearts on Friends, and still continues to delight us on Cougar Town. There’s no denying she’s beautiful and talented, but her pursuit to look younger has evidently sent her into a plastic surgery binge. The star has admitted to using Botox for wrinkles, lasers for skin imperfections, and Ulthera for neck…

Cameron Diaz’s New Book

This month, Cameron Diaz unveiled her new book, entitled The Body Book: The Law of Hunger, The Science of Strength, and Other Ways to Love Your Amazing Body, which is all about being healthy and loving one’s self in the process.  Cameron shares lots of personal details about her own issues with self image, and…

Sylvester Stallone’s Transformation Over the Years

Who could forget when Sly debuted his uber famous roles in Rocky and Rambo in the ’70’s and ’80’s.  Even for those too young to remember the iconic movies, everyone knows who Sylvester Stallone is from his various acting roles and producing the award winning series The Expendables.  Sly’s career has only ballooned since he first…

Renee Zellweger’s New Look

Rumors have been flooding the web recently about Renee Zellweger and her changed appearance.  Some even stated she was “unrecognizable” at a screening event in early November.  So, what gives?  She does look different, but it is somewhat difficult to pin point exactly what has been changed that would contribute to her new look. Renee…

Kim Kardashian’s Plastic Surgery Mystery

The latest news from celebrity royalty power couple Kim Kardashian and Kanye West is that they are engaged.  Kim posted a picture of her enormous 15 carat rock on her personal  Instagram for her followers.  Just weeks before the engagement news, the web was buzzing about Kim possibly having more work done as her face looked…

Cosmetic Procedures Before the Holidays

The holiday season is quickly approaching! If you want to look great for family and friends you haven’t seen in a while, you might want to consider some cosmetic procedures to freshen up your face. There are lots of great options to improve wrinkles, fine lines, sun damage, and other skin issues that have little…

Waking Up Beautiful

Ok, I know, hardly anyone really believes they are able to wake up “beautiful.” At least I know I surely don’t! I think in our society today, with so much pressure to look one’s best, and with scrupulous comparison to Hollywood’s A-List celebrities (mostly by ourselves), to keep up so to speak, the task is…

Why your skin care isn’t working

You’ve tried tons of products, done your research, and spent a small fortune to make your skin look great, but nothing works! What are you doing wrong? Check our list of skin care mistakes that might be preventing your skin from reaching its full potential: You believe marketing hype: A skin cream that makes you…

What Does “Natural” Facial Plastic Surgery Look Like?

When individuals seek facial plastic surgery to improve their looks, they want to look younger and refreshed, not pulled and pinched. We often hear plastic surgeons promoting “natural” facial plastic surgery, such as facelifts, that seem imply that other surgeons’ facelifts don’t produce natural results. This is a very misleading marketing gimmick that can lead…

Neurotoxins Q & A

We break down the most common questions regarding neurotoxins (Botox, Xeomin & Dysport). Q: Is there a difference between the three neurotoxins? Which one is best? A: There isn’t much of a difference between the three competing products aside from the chemical makeup. Dysport sets in a couple days faster than the other two but…

Disclaimer: These Are Actual Results For Patients Of Dr. Benjamin Stong. Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Results Can Vary Between Patients.