At the Aesthetic Center at Woodholme in Baltimore, we offer a wide variety of breast augmentation procedures including implants to enlarge the breasts or to change the shape of the breasts. This type of surgery can also lift your natural breast tissue to overcome the problems associated with breasts that droop from the aging process or motherhood. Women who have lost weight often have problems… READ MORE»
Having a protruding abdomen can cause people to feel self-conscious. While consistent diet and exercise might help you get rid of some of this weight, a quicker method of getting rid of the loose, hanging skin and fat is by undergoing a tummy tuck. This is not meant to be a weight-loss method but will help contour your abdomen when the excess skin and fat… READ MORE»
Gaining weight is almost unavoidable for some, and according to experts, it is a normal phenomenon that happens as we age. The stomach area is one of the most vulnerable areas to weight gain as well as loose sagging skin. However, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Emile Brown is able to remove this excess fat and tissue on the stomach through a surgical procedure known as… READ MORE»
Having a child will change your body. While you may be able to get back to your pre-pregnancy weight, your body will likely not go back to the same shape it used to be. However, a skilled and reputable plastic surgeon like Dr. Emile Brown will be able to restore your body using a mommy makeover procedure designed to target areas affected by childbearing. Here’s… READ MORE»
Dr. Emile Brown featured in the October issue of JMore magazine discussing the latest trends in plastic surgery
For their October wellness issue, Dr. Emile Brown sat down with JMore magazine’s Aliza Friedlander to give his take on the latest trends in plastic surgery. Check out his interview here.
Dr. Kontis and Dr. Papel appeared on BMORE Lifestyle TV and discussed with hosts, Chardelle Moore and Christina Denny, details of the upcoming Joys of Injectables seminar on March 28, 2017. For more information about this seminar, call us at 443-485-1901.