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You have what everyone else wants, so take care of it! Start a medically supervised treatment plan now to properly cleanse, moisturize and protect your skin. Enjoy the outdoors, but remember your sunscreen. You already have the healthy glow, so if color is what you are after, reach for the bronzing powder rather than the baby oil. Control that acne, protect your skin, and smile.
The storm of puberty has now passed and it is time to see how you turned out. Is it pure perfection or time to start making healthier lifestyle choices to get that body you have always dreamed of? If you need a little help from us, remember that motherhood may be just around the corner for some of you. Breast surgery may affect the ability to breastfeed in the future, and most will notice further changes to the appearance of their breasts after pregnancy. Is now the time, or is it smarter to wait? We can help you decide.
It may be time to start using better skin care products to repair environmental damage and give more protection. Sunscreen and topical antioxidants along with stronger exfoliation using microdermabrasion or chemical peels can help restore that hydrated, youthful appearance. You may also want to think about Botox® to diminish laugh lines or create a smoother forehead.
It is finally time to bloom again! The after effects of pregnancy and breast-feeding may have left their mark on tummy and breast. But now there is no need to rely solely on your bra and Spanx® to get that shape you enjoyed before motherhood or have always envied. Whether you would like your breasts larger, smaller, lifted, or just an overall improvement in proportion, or perhaps a tummy tuck or thigh contouring, it's finally time to think about you again.
Just because the leaves change color, dry out, and fall, there is no reason why your face has to follow! Your forties are the season of life to start getting a little more aggressive, and there have never been so many wonderful options. A skin care regimen with retinols and bleaches as well as fabulous light and laser treatments that deliver fantastic results with little to no downtime may be just what you need. You will quickly get over your fear of needles when you see how fabulous you look with a little Botox and the perfect filler to make your face look healthy and youthful. Is it time to address those eyelids?
You may be working out harder than ever, but everything seems to be getting a little softer and wider. Pregnancies, weight fluctuations, and the aging process all begin to change our figure in ways that may be more resistant to diet and exercise alone. Just as a tailor can make that dress fit like a glove and hold everything where it needs to be, it may be time for a little alteration on your body. It may be as simple as melting away that little bulge with CoolSculpting™ in the office, (with the added bonus of no downtime or scars!), or liposuction may make more sense for you. Abdominoplasty could be the way to get back that ultimate core tightness.
You are wise and wonderful, and not nearly as tired as that person in the mirror looks! Our faces all age in predictable ways with bone resorption, fat loss, and skin laxity. Addressing these changes on all fronts is what actually creates the most natural appearance, which is by far our highest priority. Learn about the benefits (and limitations) of facial rejuvenation through surgery, injectables, and lasers for the best result that lets you shine!
Isn’t it finally the time for you to make yourself a priority? Why continue to hold off on what you have always wanted to do? Perhaps you may want to revisit the results of a previous surgery that may be due for a tweak or possibly even a remodel. This may be just the boost you need!
Meet Dr. Stacey Folk
Dr. Stacey Folk is a board-certified plastic surgeon and a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Dr. Folk grew up in Denver and majored in Psychology at the University of Colorado in Boulder. She then received her M.D. from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, graduating with Honors in 1991. She performed her surgical internship at Saint Joseph's Hospital in Denver where she was named intern of the year, and was accepted into the integrated Plastic Surgery Residency at Loma Linda University Medical School, graduating in 1997. Dr. Folk has held academic positions and is currently in private practice.
University of Colorado, Boulder
Bachelor of Arts and Sciences, Psychology
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
Degree of Medical Doctor
Graduated with Honors
St. Joseph Hospital, Denver
St. Joseph Hospital, Denver
Plastic Surgery Residency
Loma Linda University Medical Center, Loma Linda, California
Castle Connolly National Top Doctors, 2007 - 2010
Top Doctors 2011, 5280 Magazine, Plastic Surgery
Top Doctors 2009 - 2005, 5280 Magazine, Plastic and Reconstructive
Top Doctors 2004, 5280 Magazine, Reduction / Augmentation, Reconstructive, Botox
Top Doctors 2003, 5280 Magazine, Reconstructive, Blepharoplasty, Botox, Breast
Top Doctors 2002, 5280 Magazine, Plastic and Reconstructive
Top Doctors 2001, 5280 Magazine, Reconstructive
Top Doctors 2000, 5280 Magazine, Reconstructive, Rhinoplasty, Blepharoplasty, Breast Augmentation, Breast Reduction, Face Lifts
Lyndon Peer, M.D. Award, 36th Annual Plastic Surgery Senior Residency Conference, Sacramento, CA. April 18, 1997. Best Congenital Paper.
Intern of the Year 1992, General Surgery Department, Saint Joseph Hospital, Denver, CO.
Graduation with Honors, University of Colorado Health Services Center, 1991
National Dean's List, 1986
Dean's List, Department of Arts and Sciences Center, 1982 - 1986.
Gold Key National Honor Society, 1985.
Phi Beta Kappa, University of Colorado, 1985
Scholastic Achievement Award, University of Colorado, 1983.
American Cleft Palate Association
American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Colorado State Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons