Camille Cash, M.D. Blog

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All I want for Christmas Is to Feel Beautiful–Giving the Gift of Cosmetic Enhancements

We all strive to find meaningful gifts for our loved ones each year during the holiday season. Have you ever thought about gifting an aesthetic treatment or plastic surgery procedure? At my Houston practice, this is becoming more common. Of course, this isn’t the traditional cashmere sweater or scented candle, but it’s a gift that …

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Current Newsletter

Want to look renewed and refreshed while visiting friends and family this holiday season? We're offering a guide to treatments for the weeks leading up to the new year so you can look your best during this wonderful time of year! Week 1: Sillhouette Instalift® Sillhouette Instalift® is a simple and safe procedure that helps …

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Updating Your Wardrobe After Mommy Makeover

As a female plastic surgeon specializing in mommy makeover in Houston, I know how exciting this transformative procedure can be. Many of my patients have dreamed of restoring their pre-mommy bodies for years prior to the big day. With so many promising events and experiences on the horizon, the most important question may just be the simplest: What …

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Choosing a Plastic Surgeon? Start Here.

Regardless of the procedure or results you seek, undergoing plastic surgery is a very personal experience. There's a certain comfort level required. You should receive treatment from a surgeon who thoroughly understands your personal goals and desires, someone who makes you feel at ease, both during the exam and on your surgery day. Beyond that, …

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The “Mommy Makeover” Conversation

When I meet with women to discuss mommy makeover at my Houston practice, one concern that often comes up is how to discuss your upcoming surgery with your loved ones. I know it can be tough to talk about this very personal decision with your spouse, partner, and especially your children (if they're old enough to understand). …

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