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Facelift or Mini-Facelift: Which is Right for Me?

October 10th, 2014

O B shutterstock 173425187 300x199 Facelift or Mini Facelift: Which is Right for Me?  When you look in the mirror do you long for tighter skin, fewer wrinkles, and the youthful look you once had? Facial aging is a part of life, but you don’t have to just let it happen. Modern plastic surgery has many options available for keeping the face young, rejuvenated, and vibrant. When you’re ready to see a younger looking face looking back at you in the mirror, give us a call. A facelift or a mini-facelift might be just what you need.

Facelift vs. Mini-Facelift

A facelift, also called a rhytidectomy, softens the signs of aging, turning back the clock on your look. If you’re struggling with loose skin under the chin, displaced facial fat, loss of muscle tone, folds around the nose and cheek, or lines and wrinkles, a facelift is often the best solution. The procedure is designed not just to camouflage common signs of aging, but to correct them, addressing structural changes to the face head on. During the procedure skin and muscle are re-draped over the facial bones requiring several incisions.

A mini-facelift has the same overall goals, but achieves them with fewer and smaller incisions and less disturbance to the facial skin and muscles. Since a mini-facelift is less comprehensive, it is not an ideal solution for those with advanced signs of aging and is typically reserved for younger patients that might not be ready for a full facelift.

What’s the Procedure Like?

Both a facelift and a mini-facelift share a similar surgical procedure. During surgery incisions are carefully placed in specific locations (often in front and behind the ears and along the hairline). The skin and muscle are tightened and repositioned and any excess skin is removed. For a skilled plastic surgeon a facelift is a form of art requiring a gentle touch and precise draping to get the natural look you’re after. The incisions are then stitched closed using a special technique to minimize scarring. The amount of time needed for surgery will vary greatly. Typically mini-facelifts require less time than traditional facelifts. Often the procedure takes between two and five hours.

Many patients choose to address other signs of aging at the same as their facelift. For example if you have sagging neck skin we may be able to combine your facelift with a neck lift or dermal fillers might be used to add volume to areas that need a little boost. By combining procedures you can achieve the best aesthetic end result possible while limiting recovery time.

Facelift and Mini-Facelift Recovery

After surgery patients need time to recover. Dr. Kincaid will wrap the face in bandages after surgery and will advise you on the proper care for your incisions. Most patients find the pain is easily managed using pain medications and by resting for a few days. Mini-facelifts typically require less recovery time than a full facelift. Dr. Kincaid will monitor you closely during the recovery period and we welcome any questions or concerns during this time.

Which is right for you: a facelift or a mini-facelift? Come in and talk with Dr. Kincaid about your options. If you’re seeing the signs of aging, fight back and love the way you look once again.


Stuart Kincaid, MD FACS 


Breast Lift Recovery: Do’s and Don’ts

October 3rd, 2014

breast lift san diego 300x200 Breast Lift Recovery: Do’s and Don’tsGravity, childbearing, breastfeeding, and genetics all take their toll on the breasts. Sagging is a common problem and in some cases severe. A breast lift can tighten, lift, and rejuvenate your breasts as well as reduce the size of your areola (the dark area around the nipple). Breast lifts can be performed on their own or with a breast augmentation for patients that want to reduce sagging and add volume at the same time. Our patients considering a breast lift often have many questions about recovery. This list of do’s and don’ts will be an invaluable aid in your recovery and healing, helping you to know what to expect, what to avoid, and how to make the most of your recovery time. If you have any questions or need personalized advice, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Breast Lift Recovery Do’s

Are you ready for your breast lift? Commit to these recovery do’s before your surgery and your recovery will be much easier. Of course the most important do (and it isn’t on the list) is to look forward to your new breasts. Recovery might be a bit uncomfortable, but soon you’ll be enjoying firmer, tighter, and more beautiful breasts. So hold good positive thoughts!

  • Take it Easy- The actual procedure for your breast lift will likely take somewhere between 1 ½ and 3 hours, but that doesn’t mean you can bounce right back to work after surgery. You’ll need to rest for a couple of days and limit strenuous activity for up to a month. Giving your body time to heal is important and can help you to avoid complications with your surgery. Make sure you talk with Dr. Kincaid about what activities should be avoided and for how long.
  • Take Your Antibiotics and Other Medications as Directed- Infection is a risk with any surgical procedure and most of our patients receive antibiotics to help reduce this risk. Make sure you take your antibiotics as directed for the full amount of time prescribed. Antibiotic misuse can put yourself and others at risk. Dr. Kincaid will often prescribe pain medication as well to get you through the first few days after surgery. If you have any questions about your prescriptions or how to take them properly, please ask us.
  • Wear Your Surgical Bra- For the first few days after surgery you will typically wear surgical dressing and a sterile elastic bandage or surgical bra. After your stitches are removed (usually after 3-5 days) you’ll transition to a softer, support bra over a gauze dressing. Wearing the right bra will provide your healing breasts with the support they need to heal properly. Don’t switch to a traditional or underwire bra until Dr. Kincaid and his staff tells you you’re ready.

Breast Lift Recovery Don’ts

Whatever you do, don’t make the mistake of doing these don’ts. Avoiding these breast lift recovery mistakes is essential for the best possible results.

  • Don’t Worry about Swelling or Numbness- Swelling, bruising, and numbness around your incision are normal. They typically subside gradually over the first 6 weeks after surgery.
  • Don’t Lift Heavy Objects- While you can resume your regular activities pretty quickly after surgery, there are a few things you’ll want to avoid like strenuous exercise and heavy lifting. Give your body at least 6-8 weeks of healing before you start lifting heavy objects.
  • Don’t Stress… It’s Easier than You Might Think- Many women worry that their recovery after a breast lift will be extremely painful and difficult. They think that after surgery they’ll have to sit around and do nothing for weeks. It isn’t like that. In fact, many of our patients are pleasantly surprised at how comfortable and easy recovery can be. You’ll probably receive a prescription for pain medication to help alleviate any pain and after the first few days many women are back on their feet. Most are returning to work after just over a week. Recovery is the most difficult part of a breast lift, but the results certainly make the procedure worth it.

One final tip for our breast lift patients: make sure you talk with us. We are here to support you through your breast lift procedure, including the recovery process. Don’t hesitate to ask us questions or bring up concerns. We want your recovery to be as pleasant as possible and are here for each of our patients.   Stuart Kincaid, MD FACS  www.skincaidmd.com

Rhinoplasty Myths and Facts

September 26th, 2014

shutterstock 171203021 300x290 Rhinoplasty Myths and FactsIf you’re considering a nose job (rhinoplasty) you need the facts so you can make an informed decision. Like many cosmetic procedures, there is a lot of misinformation circulating around about rhinoplasty. This helpful guide will help you learn the truth and debunk a few myths so you can decide if this surgery is right for you.

Myth- Rhinoplasty is Only a Cosmetic Procedure

Patients seek rhinoplasty or septorhinoplasty for a variety of reasons. Some want to increase the aesthetic appeal of their profile while others struggle with impaired nasal function. Cosmetic  rhinoplasty and/ or medically necessary,septo rhinoplasty helps men and women to feel more self confident and comfortable with their overall facial appearance.

Fact- No Two Rhinoplasty Surgeries Are Alike

In his over 25 years of practice and experience,  Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Stuart Kincaid, has never seen two rhinoplasty procedures that were exactly the same. Each patient has different needs, expectations ,goals,, and unique ethnic  facial anatomy. Talking with your surgeon before surgery is essential. The rhinoplasty surgeon  needs to understand what you hope to achieve from the procedure and help you ensure that your goals are realistic and achievable. A skilled plastic surgeon will help you correct any nasal contour and/or functional breathing  problems you may have while creating a natural appearing and beautiful end result. See for yourself by checking out this gallery of rhinoplasty before and after photos of Dr. Kincaid’s patients. Your face is unique and your new nose should be too.

Myth- With Rhinoplasty Patients Can Choose Their New Nose

Many people are under the assumption that when you undergo cosmetic nose surgery you can choose the new nose of your liking. Some patients come in with photos of Hollywood celebrities asking  for a specific  nose. While Dr. Kincaid will be interested in the aesthetic look you hope to achieve, there are limitations based on your nasal structure and other facial features. We don’t all have to have a little button nose to be beautiful. Patients are happiest with their results when they are natural looking and in proportion with their overall ethnic facial features. And of course, there are different angles and proportions that are considered desirable in men  that are different from women.

Fact- Good Health Is Essential for the Best Rhinoplasty Results

Before rhinoplasty Dr. Kincaid recommends that each of his patients stop smoking. Nicotine reduces the oxygen levels in the blood which can negatively impact the healing process after surgery. Healthier patients generally experience easier recoveries. In addition to stopping smoking, patients will need to discuss any medications they are taking (including supplements and over the counter medications) with Dr. Kincaid to ensure a safe surgery. Some lifestyle adjustments may be needed to help you prepare for a safe surgery and an easier recovery.

Myth- You Can Tell When Someone Has a Nose Job

There is myth circulating that all rhinoplasty procedures look fake or overdone. While this can certainly happen if you choose an unskilled plastic surgeon, this isn’t usually the case. A skillfully executed rhinoplasty creates a nose that looks natural and beautiful. Many patients are delighted to finally feel confident and love their nose.

If you’re ready to learn more about rhinoplasty, contact Dr. Kincaid’s offices to schedule your one on one consultation  and visit our website: www.SKincaidMD.com

Stuart Kincaid, MD FACS 


Teen Breast Augmentation: How Early is Too Early?

September 19th, 2014

O B shutterstock 101868868 300x199 Teen Breast Augmentation: How Early is Too Early?Many teens and young adults worry about their body image. As a child’s body transforms into an adult one, teens suddenly have to develop a new self-image, finding the features that they love and those they could love a little more. One area in particular that concerns teens is the breast area. They worry that their breasts are too small and want breast augmentation to increase their bust size. Many wonder, “Am I too young for breast augmentation?” Let’s take a quick look at the facts.

Implants and Age: What Are the Options?

With many plastic surgery procedures the right age is largely determined by the patient, their surgeon, and possibly their parents. With breast augmentation things are a little different. The FDA regulates implants and they are only approved for use after a certain age. Saline implants can be used in patients 18 and older and silicone implants are approved for use in patients that are least 22. Teens wanting breast implants will have to wait until they are 18 and can then only receive saline implants. If silicone is preferred, they will need to wait a few more years.

Special Considerations for Teenage Breast Implant Patients

Patients in their late teens and early 20s are often ideal candidates for breast augmentation. They are often in prime physical health making the odds of complications after surgery very low. Being in good physical health makes recovery much easier after surgery. Since teens are at a very low risk for breast cancer they often can skip the pre-implant mammogram unless there is a strong family history of breast cancer.

Young patients are often highly satisfied with the results that Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Stuart Kincaid is able to achieve through breast surgery. The skin is often very elastic at this age, helping to hold implants in place and keeping the breasts perky and youthful.

Am I Ready for Implants?

If you’re a teen considering breast implants you’ll want to spend some time seriously reflecting on your desires before surgery. Breast augmentation can be a wonderful way to boost confidence and create a larger bust, but you want to be sure you are emotionally and mentally ready for the procedure. Breast augmentation is surgery and making the decision to get implants can be a long term decision. Many teenage patients are ready to make this decision and love their results, but if you aren’t sure, take more time. Remember, your body is just developing and will likely continue to change over the next few years.

Other Breast Surgery Options for Teens

Breast augmentation isn’t the only breast enhancement option available to teens. While many teens wish their breasts were larger, some wish to downsize in that department, especially when the weight of large breasts causes physical discomfort. Teen patients considering breast reduction will generally want to wait until their breasts have finished developing which often occurs in the late teens although FDA implant restrictions do not apply here.. Patients should also remember that pregnancy and breast feeding can cause changes to the breasts. Some women will choose to wait until they are done having children to have breast reduction surgery while others may consider it before children and address breast changes later when they occur.

Young patients may also be interested in breast surgery to correct uneven breasts or to modify the appearance of physical deformities, such as tuberous breast deformity.

Are you too young for breast augmentation? View our website or contact our offices today. After a consultation with Dr. Kincaid you’ll have the information you need to make an informed decision about your body.


Stuart Kincaid, MD FACS 


Breast Surgery: Scars and Sensibility

September 15th, 2014

O B breast lift 300x200 Breast Surgery: Scars and SensibilityWhen discussing breast surgery many of our patients have questions about scars. They may want a breast augmentation to enhance their confidence, but don’t want that pesky surgical scar to get in the way of enjoying their new look. Scarring is a part of breast surgery, even with a highly skilled plastic surgeon, but there is much we can do to place those scars in areas that will be less conspicuous. If you’ve got questions about scarring after breast surgery, we’ve got answers. Check out these common questions about scarring below. If you don’t see your question answered on the list, schedule a consultation appointment and we’ll take the time to discuss it with you individually.

What Kind of Scarring Can I Expect with Breast Augmentation?

Breast augmentation is a cosmetic procedure so of course you want to end up looking better than you did before surgery, both with and without your clothing. Before your surgery you will sit down with Dr. Kincaid and discuss your specific wants, desires, and needs for the procedure. A comprehensive medical history will be taken. Dr. Kincaid will then create a highly individualized plan to create the most aesthetically pleasing end result.

Your skin type and condition as well as the size of implants desired will both play a role in determining where your incisions will be placed. Typically we have a few options: around the nipple, below the breast in the breast fold, or in the armpit. Each of these locations has different benefits and all are selected to minimize the appearance of scarring after the procedure.

Can I Undergo Multiple Breast Procedures at Once to Reduce Scarring and Surgical Recovery Time?

For many women one breast enhancement procedure (breast lift or breast augmentation) isn’t enough to fully correct the aesthetic deficiencies in their breast. We may need to combine multiple procedures to get the result that you want. Often surgeries like breast augmentation and breast lift can be performed together to add both volume and perkiness at the same time. The number of incisions needed will be highly individualized. Talk with Dr. Kincaid about the specifics for your situation.

Is There Anything I Can Do to Reduce Scarring?

With over 19 years of plastic surgery experience, Dr. Kincaid has the skill and expertise necessary to perform even complex procedures with minimal scarring. He focuses on skillful and delicate application of surgical techniques to achieve natural looking results. Often scarring can be greatly reduced by the type of incisions used and through discreet placement. As a patient, choosing a qualified, board certified plastic surgeon is the most important step you can take to reduce scarring after a breast surgery.

Additionally careful attention to your post-operative care instructions can help your breasts to heal properly, minimizing the scarring that will appear. Follow Dr. Kincaid’s instructions closely and give your body the time it needs to heal. We also recommend post-op topical scar therapy including hydrocortisone and liquid silicone gel.

Scarring is a part of breast surgery, but most patients find that the results achieved far outweigh any scars that might be visible. Our goals is to help you feel better about your body, facilitate wearing lingerie, bathing suits and other clothing and for many women, breast surgery fulfills this need. Come in and talk with us about your specific situation today!


Stuart Kincaid, MD FACS 


Is There a Difference Between Cosmetic Surgeons and Plastic Surgeons?

September 5th, 2014

If you were looking to buy a new pair of genuine Manolo  Blahnik’s, you probably wouldn’t buy them from a roadside vendor. They’d surely cost a whole lot less, but would almost certainly be a cheap replica of the iconic brand. Real quality comes from getting the genuine thing, not a bargain priced knockoff. Some things are worth paying for.

The same holds true when it comes to choosing a plastic surgeon. For the best results possible you want to find a surgeon with specialized training, the right experience, and the expertise you need for a flawless new look. Whether you’re trying to correct a feature that has always bothered you or rejuvenate aging skin, there’s no substitute for an experienced Board Certified plastic surgeon.

Cosmetic Surgeon vs. Plastic Surgeon- What’s the Difference?

The terms cosmetic surgery and plastic surgery are often used interchangeably, leading many to think that plastic surgeons and cosmetic surgeons are one in the same. Simply put, they are not. Many different types of doctors can call themselves cosmetic surgeons (dermatologists, obstetricians, ENT, etc.) while plastic surgeons are specifically trained in the art of reconstruction, enhancement, and restoration. Plastic surgeons are experts in their trade and have focused their training and education on this specific field while cosmetic surgeons have more generalized skills and may have a primary focus in a different area of medicine entirely.

When you’re looking for plastic surgery, choose a plastic surgeon. You only get one body and you want to be sure that the enhancements you receive are of the highest quality. Only plastic surgeons have received the highly specialized training required for this strenuous medical discipline.

How Do I Find a Plastic Surgeon?

Finding a genuine plastic surgeon isn’t difficult once you know what to look for. A great place to start your search is with the Find a Plastic Surgeon tool from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). You can search by state, zip code, and even doctor’s name to find a qualified plastic surgeon in your area. If you’re in the San Diego or Temecula area, feel free to give our offices a call. Dr. Kincaid is a Board Certified plastic surgeon with over 25 years of experience in plastic surgery. He would love to sit down with you during a complimentary consultation appointment to discuss your needs and desires from mommy makeovers to breast augmentation or liposuction and more.

Before you get plastic surgery, make sure you’ve got a Board Certified plastic surgeon, not just a cosmetic one. Contact us today!

San Diego Office 858-450-4199 or Temecula Office 951-695-9934

Stuart Kincaid, MD FACS 


Housewives: Plastic surgery revealed!

June 3rd, 2013

The Housewives saga continues, this time with Brandi Glanville making headlines once again for alleged plastic surgery. The reality star – who has been famously at odds with LeAnn Rimes – says she’s been altering her physical appearance since she was 25 years old.

Glanville revealed earlier this year that she had undergone vaginal rejuvenation surgery – a type of procedure designed to tighten the vaginal area and/or make its outer appearance softer and or/smaller.

In a new report at Life and Style magazine, she says that other so-called tweaks have been keeping her looking youthful and attractive since her early 20s.

“I’ve been getting injections since I was 25. And I got a liquid nose job after I broke my nose in 2009. But I haven’t had anything else done to my face.”

The Housewife is reported to have undergone breast augmentation surgery after having two children. As many women can relate, the loss of volume to the breasts is normal after breastfeeding babies. And between lifting children and the compression it may place on the chest, the breasts can lose even more volume, leading to a flatter, lower chest area.

“I didn’t want them porn-style or anything crazy. My breast implants made me feel like myself again — womanly and secure.”


If you’re like many moms in San Diego, having a baby takes a toll on your body, leaving you with – almost literally – another person’s body. At least that’s how it feels!

Because having a child can lead to a flabby tummy, stretch marks and breasts with less volume or lift, many women choose to undergo mommy makeover surgery to counteract the so-called “havoc” that nature can have on our bodies.

For more information on undergoing mommy makeover surgery in San Diego, call our La Jolla office at  858-450-4199 and schedule your consultation today. Inland Empire residents, give us a call at convenient Temecula location at 951-695-9934 located just off the 15.

Plastic surgery and pregnancy – Do they mix?

June 1st, 2013

When it comes to pregnancy, most women are careful throughout each trimester to keep their babies safe and free from any adverse reactions from medicines, chemicals or other invasive environmental factors. But in Hollywood, perhaps the standards aren’t as concrete – at least, that’s what HollywoodLife is suggesting in a new report on Kim Kardashian and her alleged plastic surgery while pregnant.

According to the news source, Ms. Kardashian has considered plastic surgery throughout her pregnancy in order to maintain her beauty. Magazines have reported her to have used lip fillers and other chemicals for beauty treatments that could have adverse reactions when pregnant.

Sources have said the 32-year-old reality star feels insecure about her recent 70-pound weight gain and have caused her to focus more on her looks. In a recent tweet, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star said, “my pregnancy lips are outta control #IGuessNotABadProblemToHave,” leading people to believe she may have had them enhanced.

But the truth is that facial swelling is such a common pregnancy side-effect that Kim could easily be going through what every other pregnant woman goes through – that is, water gain in the face! It’s more common than one might think.

Whether or not the reality star has gotten plastic surgery is up in the air. However, if you’re considering plastic surgery while pregnant, it’s essential to speak to a board-certified plastic surgeon in San Diego to understand the risks and benefits associated with your desired procedure.

To discuss your own personal cosmetic enhancement needs, call our La Jolla office at 858-450-4199 and schedule a consultation with Dr. Kincaid, an award-winning plastic surgeon. Our office serves the greater San Diego area including Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Santa Fe, San Clemente Island, San Diego, San Marco, San Marcos, Cardiff-by-the-Sea, Carlsbad, Chula Vista, Coronado, Del Mar, El Cajon, Encinitas and other cities throughout the San Diego County area.


South Korea plastic surgery: The “double jaw” surgery

May 27th, 2013

South Korea has recently come under fire for its extreme plastic surgery. We covered a recent story where Korean women were becoming so-called clones of beauty, but now, the country has made headlines again – this time, it’s for a controversial plastic surgery called a “double jaw” procedure.

According to news source The Raw Story, this newly heralded surgery has been all the rage as celebrities in the country are boasting their new look on TV, claiming the procedure had given them a “new life.”

The procedure involves realigning the upper and lower jaws, but not without cutting the bones that make up the jawline. It promises a slimmer jawline which has Korean men and women raving about the procedure since it can give women a smaller face with a V-shaped, finely-cut chin, while men can improve their jawlines and get rid of a double chin.

“This surgery alters your look far more dramatically than, say, Botox or a nose job because it changes your entire facial bone structure,” said Choi Jin-Young, a professor in dentistry at Seoul National University.

“But it’s a very complex, potentially dangerous surgery … it’s disturbing to see people with no real dental flaws daring to go through it just to have a small, pretty face,” Choi told AFP.

The cosmetic surgery treatment takes months to recover from and it can even damage nerves in the face leading to numbness or paralysis.

South Korea has the highest capita rate of plastic surgery among all other countries, and is known for offering some of the most radical procedures compared to other areas of the world.

As for double-jaw surgery, some doctors say it is still too risky a procedure.

“If we are seeing more complications, that’s largely because the sheer number of people getting the surgery has increased rapidly in such a short period of time,” said one Korean doctor.

“Yes, it was originally invented to correct a dental deformity, but you can’t blame someone for getting the surgery to look good, especially in a place like the South where beauty, especially for women, pretty much trumps it all,” the doctor said.


South Korea is not the only country that places emphasis on beauty. Here in the United States, we also value beauty. Fortunately, though, for the most part, we do not subject ourselves to highly dangerous and controversial surgeries. When plastic surgery is done with a board-certified plastic surgeon, your procedure is generally safe and recovery is quick.

But when it comes to the perfect chin – which is quickly gaining traction in America – is it even possible without radical surgery? The chin implant is actually quite safe, and can lead to more symmetry and balance to the face. A small incision is made, and the implant is inserted and/or affixed to the jaw to increase the chin area, adding shape and definition. A chin implant surgery in San Diego can also reduce or completely remove a double chin – safely.

For more information on chin implant surgery and to discuss the risks and benefits, call Dr. Kincaid at his centrally-located La Jolla office at 858-450-4199.


Plastic surgery is a bonding experience

May 26th, 2013

For many women, getting nails, hair and makeup done is all a part of being a girl – and bonding with other females. It makes sense, too – after all, most women love tapping into their feminine side with beauty makeovers and other pampering treatments.

Nowadays, though, women more than ever are turning to the positive effects of plastic surgery to improve the way they look and feel, but not only by themselves, but with sisters, mothers, cousins and even best friends. It’s become the ultimate female bonding experience, according to an article at the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

According to the report, two-thirds of all female patients are mothers 40 years and older. Most of these women requested facelifts and eyelid surgery to help draw back the hands of time. For non-invasive procedures, Botox and injectable fillers continue to be the top-ranked treatments to help improve the look of the face while shedding years off a woman’s appearance.

The AAFPRS reports a 16 percent increase in mother-daughter plastic surgery visits and a 12 percent increase in sister-sister plastic surgery visits – making plastic surgery a family event!

The most commonly performed procedures when two or more women are present include “facelifts, nose jobs, eyelid surgery, botulinum toxin A, fillers and microdermabrasion,” according to an article at SKININC.

“Many patients, especially women, like to multitask. To be able to have some bonding time with a friend or family member while at your facial plastic surgeons office is a growing trend,” said one plastic surgeon. “Women want to look and feel good about themselves and to do it together makes the experience even better.”


If you’re like many women, you may already be considering plastic surgery. Why not considering doing it with a family member? Not only can it be a bonding experience, but getting plastic surgery done with a family member can help ease your anxiety while giving you a supportive partner post-surgery.

For more information on getting “joint plastic surgery,” call any of our centrally located plastic surgery clinics. For the Inland Empire, call our fabulous Temecula office at 951-695-9934. Call us today and schedule your consultation with Dr. Stuart Kincaid, an award-winning plastic surgeon with years of experience in helping women look and feel their very best.

Dr. Kincaid serves the greater Inland Empire area including Banning, Beaumont, Blythe, Calimesa, Canyon Lake, Cathedral City, Coachella, Corona, Desert Hot Springs, Hemet, Indian Wells, Indio, Lake Elsinore, La Quinta, Moreno Valley, Murrieta, Norco, Palm Desert, Palm Springs, Perris, Rancho Mirage, Riverside, San Jacinto, Temecula, Wildomar, and San Jacinto.

San Diego residents can visit our beautiful La Jolla office, 858-450-4199.