The American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the largest organization of plastic surgeons, recently released their annual report on the top surgical and non-surgical procedures. It revealed that Americans spent more than $16.5 billion on plastic surgery in 2018. Top Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Ary Krau breaks down the findings from the report in this blog… Read More
As one of Miami’s top plastic surgeons, Dr. Ary Krau fields many questions from prospective patients, including those interested in undergoing more than one cosmetic procedure. Many of them want to know whether it is safe to combine multiple plastic surgery procedures into one operation. The answer ultimately depends on the patient and their personal… Read More
Are you one of the millions of Americans that make New Year’s resolutions every year but struggle to keep them? Perhaps a plastic surgery procedure with Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Ary Krau can help. Each year, Dr. Krau meets with countless men and women seeking cosmetic enhancement to achieve one or several of their New… Read More
Losing a substantial amount of weight is certainly an achievement worth celebrating. Yet, it is not uncommon for individuals to feel self-conscious about their post-weight loss bodies. Loose, excess skin that cannot conform to the body’s smaller size can lead to an unattractive figure, not to mention limit mobility. For these reasons, many people undergo… Read More
If you use less-than-flattering adjectives like chunky, meaty or stubby to describe your legs, chances are you have occasionally wondered whether plastic surgery could help improve their appearance. You’ll be happy to learn that Dr. Ary Krau offers several procedures designed to improve the appearance of the legs.
Interested in reducing unwanted areas of fat, but overwhelmed by the available treatment options? Dr. Ary Krau has you covered. In this post, he breaks down traditional liposuction and non-surgical fat reduction treatments, explaining the benefits and drawbacks of each, to help as you weigh your options.
Over time, the body’s supply of collagen and elastin — two proteins necessary for elastic skin — starts to dwindle. The lack of collagen and elastin cause the skin on the entire body, including the arms, to loosen and sag. The forces of gravity also pull the skin on the arms downward. Fluctuations in weight… Read More