Implant Types for Breast Augmentation

Posted on: October 23rd, 2018
By: Dr. Roxanne Guy

Fortunately, there are many breast implant choices available for women who want to enhance their breasts with breast augmentation. We still offer the traditional saline-filled implants and silicone gel-filled implants, but improvements to the structures of these implants have been made over the years. New structures include form-stable silicone and structured saline implants. Each implant […] [ Read More ]

When to Get a Facelift

Posted on: September 28th, 2018
By: Dr. Roxanne Guy

Family functions, work events, and parties with friends during the holidays can be fun, but these festivities can take their toll on us both physically and mentally. We all want to look our best for the events we attend, and many people consider cosmetic procedures to give them that rested, youthful glow. Two popular solutions […] [ Read More ]

My Favorite Surgeries:

Posted on: March 22nd, 2017
By: Roxanne Guy

My Favorite Surgeries: Patients often ask me what my favorite surgeries are.  Well, I’m pretty happy doing just about any surgery, but there are some which are more gratifying in their results, to both the patients and to me, as the surgeon.   The best procedures make a positive change (of course), don’t make the […] [ Read More ]

IT’S NOT ABOUT THE TIE!

Posted on: May 8th, 2016
By: Roxanne Guy

  A MOTHER’S DAY STORY – or – IT’S NOT ABOUT THE TIE! I spent $300 on a tie yesterday, y’all!  And I didn’t plan to do it……I really didn’t.  And I know what you’re thinking – “seriously??”  But, as you might expect, there is a story to this tie. Usually, I am one of […] [ Read More ]

IT’S JUST MARKETING…….OR IS IT?

Posted on: April 15th, 2016
By: Roxanne Guy

    Is anyone else as sick of the “hype” as I am?!?!?!?!   In just one weekday morning, even before arriving at work, I heard on the radio and saw on advertisements multiple outrageous proclamations: “lose 25% of your body fat in 25 minutes – no surgery, no downtime” and  “national top doctor” and […] [ Read More ]