New Year, New You? | Dr. Robert Rehnke

If you're considering undergoing cosmetic surgery in the new year, be sure to talk with Dr. Robert Rehnke first.

As 2019 draws to a close, most people are thinking about ways to celebrate the coming of 2020. Some, of course, are headed to events like First Night St. Petersburg. Others will stick around home for a quieter celebration with family, friends, and pets.

But one thing the partiers and the stay-at-homers have in common is reflecting a bit on the old year and thinking about ways they can make the new year better. That's why people make resolutions. Many of those resolutions - especially as people age - focus on improving one's self - weight loss, fitness, stopping bad habits. 

"Self-improvement comes in many forms: healthy eating, exercising, learning something new, or changing a habit for example," considerable.com says. "Millions of Americans opt for another type of self-improvement in cosmetic surgery."

Two of the most popular types of cosmetic surgery for older Americans (those aged 50 and older), according to considerable.com are a facelift and a breast lift. In both, the goal of the surgery is the same - to counter the effect of gravity and aging and thereby look younger and fresher. 

If you're thinking longingly of changing your body in the coming year, the first step is to educate yourself. One way to do that is to discuss the possibilities with a talented plastic surgeon like Dr. Robert Rehnke. So give him a call. He can tell you if you're a good candidate for cosmetic surgery and explain the complexities of the procedures. 

Dr. Rehnke is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Florida Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons. He has been practicing in St. Petersburg for more than 20 years.

Dr. Rehnke received his bachelor's degree, Magna cum Laude from the University of South Florida, where he was a member of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, and he completed his medical degree at Duke University School of Medicine in North Carolina.

Dr. Rehnke completed a five-year General Surgery Residency at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital. He then returned to Duke University Medical Center for three years where he was a Chief Resident in Plastic Surgery.

Dr. Rehnke specializes in cosmetic and facial surgery, liposuction, fat grafting, breast augmentation and breast reconstruction. He is an expert in breast surgery without silicone implants.

Call Dr. Rehnke today to discuss your options.

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