Plastic Surgery in Holland, OH
At Evolv Medical Aesthetics, you can be sure to get natural results from the personalized treatment plans that we offer for all your cosmetic desires. Our patients from Holland can choose from a wide range of surgical, non-surgical, and minimally invasive procedures that help address a variety of concerns ranging from aging signs to skin cancer.
Dr. Frank Barone together with his team is committed to research-based medical and surgical services, the best skincare products, and ongoing training. Our patients get the benefit of the latest in innovation, confidentiality, safety, and unparalleled cosmetic care. At Evolv Medical Aesthetics, we strive to understand your individual requirements and give you detailed information about your chosen procedure so that you are fully aware of what to expect after your surgery. The exceptional results you achieve will help you look and feel your best so that your self-confidence is restored. Dr. Barone is especially sought after for the natural-appearing results he helps you achieve with any procedure you choose.
Even though it is the most common one, increasing the breast size is not the only reason why women look for breast procedures. It is our endeavor to understand your specific cosmetic needs and desires when you are bothered with undesirable changes to your breasts. Women experience a loss in volume, size, shape, and contours in their breasts after pregnancy and also due to breastfeeding, massive weight fluctuations, genetics, and aging. Once we know what you are looking for, we can help you add volume to your breasts with augmentation, remove the sagging, give your breasts a youthful lift. Additionally, it’s possible to reduce breasts that are very large and were causing physical and emotional discomfort. Usually, a customized treatment plan combines one or more procedures and helps you get perky and beautiful breasts. Men who are struggling with enlarged breast tissue or gynecomastia can also regain their manly chest contours and confidence with our breast reduction procedure. Here are the procedures our patients from Holland can choose from:
- Breast augmentation
- Breast lift (Mastopexy)
- Breast reduction
- Breast reconstruction
- Breast fat grafting
- Breast implant exchange
- Male breast reduction
Even when you are fit and near your ideal weight, you could be struggling with stubborn fatty deposits or excessive skin in certain areas. These do not give in even with regular diet and exercise. Once we have evaluated your body issues, we will combine the latest and most effective treatments to give you the contours you desire. Our treatment plans are customized to meet your unique goals and give you beautiful and long-lasting results. Our women patients can also choose to enhance the shape and size of their genitalia to eliminate discomfort during intercourse or athletic activities or simply for cosmetic reasons. Patients from Holland can get a slimmer and toned appearance with these body contouring procedures:
There are many reasons why our patients seek facial rejuvenation, and this includes enhancing a feature they were born with or a desire to get more harmonious and balanced features. You may also want to change how your nose or ears look or desire a refreshed appearance when the early aging signs start to show. We strive to understand your desires and goals so that we can recommend the most optimal treatments for you. We also offer facial rejuvenation using PRP (plasma rich platelet), fat transfer, or stem cells. Our team ensures that you understand the benefits as well as risks of each procedure enabling you to make an informed and confident choice. Here are the procedures patients from Holland can choose from:
About Holland, OH
Holland is a village in the Lucas County of Ohio and a suburb of Toledo. It is home to the famous J.H. Fentress Antique Popcorn Museum. The first name of the village was Drakes, which possibly came from the name of a family or it could be a reference to a large number of geese that fly over the area. The name Holland possibly came from the ditches that were dug in the 1850s to divert the swamp water and reminded people of the canals of Holland.