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Bel Air Plastic surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Horowitz has extensive expertise in a wide range of surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures. Whatever your aesthetic concerns may be, Dr. J can help you achieve your goals.
12 MedStar Boulevard, Suite 285
Bel Air, MD 21015
Clinical Skin Care
One Size Does Not Fit All…
In his office of Plastic Surgery in Bel Air, Maryland, Dr. Horowitz is able to provide excellent care to patients throughout the Baltimore area. His training and focus set the stage for a dynamic professional relationship with each plastic surgery and non-surgical patient. But it is Dr. Jeff’s care for each patient, his passion for each person’s unique concerns and his commitment to their ‘whole person’ that seeds the trust and partnership that set him apart.
In our office, the “one size fits all” approach to cosmetic surgery does not exist. Dr. Horowitz endeavors to understand each patient’s desires. Then, with the patient’s input, the right treatment plan is designed and pursued.
Express your true self at every stage in your life..
He walked me through every little step, he made everything sound very safe and comfortable for me. The staff at the office is wonderful also. Very helpful and patient.
Very natural looking and he really spent time explaining and making sure we were happy. I will definitely make it a point to see him when back home every year.
I work in the medical field and I know personally how some surgeons can act. This experience exceeded my expectations!!! Thank you a million times over Dr. Horowitz, Michele, and staff!!!!
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Cosmetic Surgery Safe?
Patient safety is our number one priority. If you don’t have any major heart or lung problems, general anesthesia is probably safe. To be certain that you will not experience any complications from your surgery, every patient gets medical clearance prior to any procedure involving general anesthesia.
Does it Hurt?
If safety is our number one priority, patient comfort is a close second. From prescription strength topical numbing cream and vibration therapy to make injectable procedures more comfortable, to our use of Exparel long-acting local anesthetic for surgical procedures, we call out all the stops to make sure your experience with us is as pain-free as possible.
What's the difference between a tummy tuck and liposuction?
A tummy tuck removes all the skin below the belly button and tightens the abdominal wall muscles. Liposuction removes subcutaneous fat using a thin canula and suction. No skin is removed and the muscles are not addressed. Commonly, tummy tucks are combined with liposuction to the abdomen, flanks and the back to improve the shape of your trunk circumferentially.
Click here to read more about combining tummy tucks and liposuction together.
Am I too old to get Cosmetic Surgery?
Hardly ever! It’s not about your age, but about two things: Are you healthy enough to undergo general anesthesia and is your area of concern something that can be addressed safely and effectively? By the way, these are the two questions that I ask of every patient, regardless of age.
Want proof? Click here to read about the recent article in our journal that showed the complication rate for cosmetic surgery is not higher in older patients when compared to younger patients.
How much does Cosmetic Surgery Cost? Do you offer payment plans?
Pricing is very individualized for each patient so it is difficult to display our fees online. We strive to keep our prices competitive with other practices in the area. We keep things simple by quoting fees that are “all inclusive”, meaning all pre and post-op visits, anesthesia costs, facility fees, implants and garments are included.
We participate with CareCredit, Prosper and Alphaeon financing plans. Click here to lean more.
How soon can I get back to my normal routine after surgery?
Showering – 2 days after surgery.
Driving – When you are no longer taking narcotic pain medicine, you can drive. How long this takes depends on the type of surgery you had and on individual factors.
Lifting/Exercise – If your surgery involved muscles (ie. tummy tucks and breast augmentation), you should avoid lifting more than 5 lbs. or vigorous exercise for 4 weeks. You can do light exericse (ie. jogging on a treadmill) after two weeks. If your surgery did not involve any muscles (ie. liposuction and breast reduction), heavy lifting and exercise can be resumed in 2 weeks.
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Mon – Fri — 9:00am – 5:00pm
Late appointments available on Thursday.
Sat & Sun — Closed
12 MedStar Boulevard, Suite 285
Bel Air, MD 21015