EVOLV Medical Aesthetics

Category: News & Events

  • A Christmas and Holiday Message of Peace, Hope, and Gratitude

    December 4, 2019

    It’s that crazy busy, stressful, magical and wonderful time of year again! As we begin another Holiday season, all of us at evolv Plastic Surgery and Medical Aesthetics would like to take a moment to say thanks ... thanks to each other and especially to all of those who have trusted us with their care. We also would like to exp...

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  • Breast Implant Associated – Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma or BIA-ALCL.

    August 7, 2019

    As many are aware, there has been much recent publicity and discussion in the news about a rare type of lymphoma associated with breast implants and has been termed ‘Breast Implant Associated - Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma or BIA-ALCL.’  On July 24, 2019, Allergan Medical Corporation issued a worldwide recall of all of their textured surface...

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  • Considering Breast Implant Augmentation?

    March 1, 2019

    Breast enlargement or enhancement by implants, and more recently fat grafting, is the most popular of all cosmetic surgical procedures.  Last year over 300,000 women in the U.S. had breast implant surgery, and the procedure has nearly tripled in popularity since the year 2000.  The reasons for this dramatic increase are many but improvements i...

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  • The Newest Board-Certified Member- Dr. Koltz

    February 18, 2019

    Recently our trusted, reliable, and caring practitioner, Dr. Koltz has been certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery. This is a huge accomplishment for Dr. Koltz. Over his career, Dr. Koltz has worked very hard for this certification. Starting from obtaining his training in plastic surgery in New York, then going to the University of Penn...

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  • Attitude, Gratitude, Happiness and our Well Being

    December 4, 2018

    Welcome to the Holiday Season from all of us at evolv! The Thanksgiving through Christmas Holiday season has always been my favorite time of year for many reasons.  Growing up in a large Italian family in the 60’s meant lots of family traditions, celebration, anticipation and best of all…..Rosie’s (my Mom) food! This is a time of year that...

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  • CHANGING THE BREAST CANCER EXPERIENCE

    October 1, 2018

    Even though it was over 30 years ago, I will never forget her face. She was a young mother and school teacher with 2 small children and I was a first year plastic surgery resident.  She had a mastectomy for breast cancer and was left with a large and painful tight scar.  The implant that had been placed by my instructor under the scar was hard...

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