Welcome to the Chrysalis Cosmetics News Room. Below is a list of the latest press releases written about Sacramento plastic surgeon Dr. Charles Perry and our practice. Click any link to read the most recent news about our latest techniques, technologies, and other pertinent information regarding cosmetic surgery.
Chrysalis Cosmetics strives to create the best experience for our patients. One of the recent advances we have been utilizing is the Transversus Abdominis Plane block, or “TAP” block. The TAP block provides pain control during and after tummy tuck surgery (abdominoplasty). Dr. Charles Perry…View more
Furrows between the brows and creases that develop on the forehead over time are very common concerns among both women and men. Fortunately, there are aesthetic enhancement procedures that can significantly minimize signs of these concerns and create smoother skin and a more youthful, relaxed…View more
Dr. Charles Perry adds innovative cellulite reduction treatment Z WavePro to his selection of non-surgical procedures as a stand-alone or multi-modality option for patients seeking smoother skin. Sacramento, CA — A harmless condition that affects as many as 90 percent of women and around 10…View more
Dr. Charles Perry of Chrysalis Cosmetics discusses the latest lip augmentation techniques and how they can provide natural-looking volume enhancement for years. Sacramento, CA — Permanent lip augmentation is now possible using the latest cosmetic techniques, according to Sacramento plastic surgeon Charles Perry, MD. He…View more
Dr. Charles Perry of Chrysalis Cosmetics explains how adding facial fat injections to facelift surgery can provide enhanced results and far-reaching benefits. Sacramento, CA — One of the most enduringly popular cosmetic surgery procedures, a facelift is, broadly speaking, designed to rejuvenate the appearance of…View more
Dr. Charles Perry of Chrysalis Cosmetics explains how liposuction can result in permanent fat reduction in treated areas, and discusses the long-term benefits and drawbacks of this effect. Sacramento, CA — Many plastic surgeons agree that fat cells cannot spontaneously reproduce; they can only increase…View more