1. More confidence and comfort after breast reduction

    If your body doesn’t feel quite right, it can affect you physically, emotionally and mentally. Both of Hayley Wells’ parents’ families were big chested, and she started having big breasts at a young age. She remembers being made fun of for wearing a bra before anyone else. Wells says, “I couldn’t find younger-looking things that fit me in the chest area. When I did find something, it looked like I was trying to show cleavage when I wasn’t.” Continue reading →
  2. 4 things to know before you consider breast implant removal

    Breast augmentation is the most popular cosmetic procedure in the United States, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). Approximately 300,000 women undergo the procedure each year. But is this procedure losing its popularity? Recent media attention on celebrities like model Chrissy Tiegen, who recently chose to have her implants removed, has shed new light on breast augmentation and breast implant removal. Tiegen stated in a Tweet that she decided to remove her implants so she could zip a dress in her size or lay on her belly comfortably. Continue reading →
  3. Tummy tuck, liposuction and CoolSculpting, oh my!

    A toned body is something many strive towards through weight control and working out. When diet and exercise are not enough to get rid of stubborn fat however, patients often wonder if a cosmetic procedure would help them reach their goals. While not a weight control tool, tummy tucks, liposuction, and CoolSculpting are all unique options for those looking to get rid of excess fat or skin. Read on for a quick overview of each procedure and how they differ from one another. Continue reading →
  4. Love the skin you're in

    Esthetician Services at Dreams MedSpa Every day your skin is exposed to environmental irritants, toxins and sun damage. As a result, the top layer of your skin may appear dull, show fine lines and wrinkles, and worsen already existing skin conditions. Skincare treatments can help to clear away damaged skin cells to reveal healthier, more youthful looking skin. Some of the most common esthetician services we provide include Dermaplane, HydraFacial and facial peels. Continue reading →
  5. Don't sweat it! How to end excessive sweating

    Sweating is one of those facts of life that most of us don’t like to talk about. However, for some people, like Amanda Brummels, excessive sweating can prevent them from living a normal life. For most of Brummels’ adult life, her sweating was so excessive that she had to bring multiple changes of clothes with her whenever she left her home. It started in junior high school. Between classes, she would run to the restroom to change tops. Classmates made fun of her. She began to plan her wardrobe around clothes that revealed less sweat – tank tops, black tops and sweatshirts. It was embarrassing and humiliating, she recalls. Continue reading →
  6. SkinPen + PRF now offered at Dreams MedSpa

    Dear acne scars, it's over. We are excited to introduce SkinPen paired with platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) at Dreams MedSpa. This is a natural way to safely and effectively treat facial acne scars, wrinkles and fine lines. Continue reading →
  7. The benefits of combining breast augmentation and lift

    In 2018, breast augmentations are still among the most popular plastic surgery procedures. Over a quarter million breast augmentation surgeries were performed last year, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Many women are choosing to receive breast implants at the same time as a breast lift to further enhance the size and appearance of their breasts. Continue reading →
  8. Choosing the right size and type of breast implant for you

    Are you researching and talking to others about their breast augmentation while trying to understand all your options? Are you a good candidate? What are the best options for you? Plastic surgery is a personal choice and should be right for you; not to meet someone else’s expectations, to look like someone else or to try to fit an ideal image. Continue reading →
  9. A guide to cosmetic surgery

    If you’ve ever thought about having cosmetic plastic surgery, you’re not alone. A recent consumer survey revealed that approximately 70 percent of Americans have given thought to having a little work done. The survey also revealed that Americans are feeling more confident about cosmetic surgery, which may explain its increasing popularity. If you’ve been giving more thought to having cosmetic surgery, you probably have lots of questions. In this short Q&A, I've answered some common questions so you can decide if you’re ready to take the next step. Continue reading →
  10. Six things your face could be saying about your health

    You look in the mirror every day. What do you see? Is your face trying to tell you something? Your face is one of the most important parts of your body. It expresses a full range of emotions, reveals parts of your history, your story and even communicates unspoken language. It is almost always exposed to the environment, is impacted by what we eat, what products we use and is one of the first places we show signs of aging. Changes on your face could mean it’s time to take a closer look at what may be happening behind your skin. While many facial skin issues are normal and could simply mean that you need to alter your health routine, your skin’s condition could also be the tell-tale sign of an underlying medical condition. Continue reading →

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  • Dr. Miller and his team at Dreams Med Spa did a wonderful job from pre-op to surgery and follow up examinations. Takes the time to listen and finds exactly what works for you. Clean office and pre-op rooms, private and professional staff as well as on time appts. and follow up cares. I will be using them for any future needs I may have

  • Because I was treated for breast cancer at 32, I was fairly certain I would opt for reconstructive surgery. I didn't know which doc to go with. I'm so thankful someone steered me towards Dr. Miller. The process is a little lengthy in nature and getting "fills" to stretch the tissue to accommodate the new breast implants was not my favorite. But, cancer treatment is not a sprint...It's a marathon and this was just part of the treatment and recovery process. The discomfort was worth it, without a doubt. I'd do it again.

  • Since i was younger i knew i always wanted bigger breast. Once i was able to afford it i knew i had to do it and i’m soooo glad i did! This process was smooth and easier then i thought. If you are even questioning the procedure i suggest at least going in for a free consultation!!