On No Spin Live, board certified plastic surgeons discuss a story arguing that breast implants may have the capability of stopping a bullet.
Board certified plastic surgeons from across the US weigh in on First Lady of the United States Melania Trump's beauty and how much is natural or enhanced.
Board certified plastic surgeons discuss both the potential promise of stem cells and how to be wary of current marketing operations ahead of science.
Drs. Robert Whitfield and Ned Snyder discuss the selfie craze and whether or not there has been an increase in plastic surgery procedures because of them.
Board certified plastic surgeons detail the effect that breast augmentation can have on pregnancies.
Live streamed surgery is making waves across social media. Is it a wise decision to do such a thing, even when done by an expert, board certified surgeon?
Extreme plastic surgery - barbie doll wanna-be's and absurd breast aug requests - give the field a bad name, when most is done for natural results.
Board certified plastic surgeons discuss the reasons behind plastic surgery and when procedures can be a good thing, or a bad thing.
Drs. Steven Camp, Robert Whitfield, and Ned Snyder of Austin discuss our new selfies culture and how it affects people curious about cosmetic procedures.
Plastic surgeons admit the tell-tale signs of surgery in public, and describe how modern surgery is typically kept "natural" to enhance beauty, not fake it.
Drs. Robert Whitfield and Ned Snyder discuss children getting plastic surgery, specifically when it's OK and when it's not OK.