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More than 350,000 women in the United States had a breast augmentation last year. This surgery is growing in popularity because it continues to be one of the most satisfying cosmetic surgeries available for women. Dr. Tiller’s team, strives to be the best place to get breast implants in Miami Beach, from your first phone call, through your consultation, and the entire life-changing process.

In recent years, Dr. Tiller has witnessed a rise in demand for breast implants in Miami Beach. He attributes the increase to more women in
Miami-Dade county being more proactive about improving their health and self-confidence and then spreading the word to family and friends.

Breast augmentation involves the surgical placement of a saline or silicone breast implant in a location centered below the nipple. Increasing the size and improving the shape of the breasts will often bring many benefits; increased confidence and more clothing options are just a few of the benefits patients report. For more information, contact

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Male Cosmetic Surgery Procedures | Miami | South Beach | Dr. Tiller

Think plastic surgery is just for women? Think again. “Men are delving more and more into the cosmetic treatment realm today,” says Steven J. Pearlman, M.D., of Pearlman Aesthetic Surgery in New York. While he points out that the most common procedures for men, especially athletic men with lower body fat percentages, are facial fillers, there exists some more elaborate treatments that men are undergoing.

Muscle Implants being just one of the set of procedures men are undergoing.

For some, a relatively toned physique just won’t cut it. Enter muscle implants. Solid silicone implants are placed under or in between muscles to help boost areas that are underdeveloped. Calf and pectoral implants are apparently most common for men, and gluteal, bicep, tricep, abdominal, deltoid, and quadricep implants are gaining traction, too. So, who’s getting these muscle enhancements? “People that do these things are actually in very great shape normally,” says J. Howell Tiller M.D., P.A.  “They’re athletes, they work out, they have almost perfect bodies, but they are perfectionists. They want the best. It’s not the person who’s a couch potato without any muscle at all—it’s the opposite.”

Men are getting more and more familiar with cosmetic surgery techniques every year.  Dr. Tiller has taken many of the common procedures usually performed on women and tweaked them to fit the needs and goals of the male patient.  Procedures such as tummy tucks, body lifts, facial surgeries, and liposculpting designed for men.



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 Dermal Fillers And Botox For Men

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Women aren’t the only ones who can benefit from the use of botox and dermal fillers. Many men suffer from frown lines, lines across the forhead, around their eyes and mouth, and we can even fill in scarring where needed. It’s about asking questions, getting answers and deciding what is best for you! Check out your options by contacting our office.


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2014 TRENDS IN PLASTIC SURGERY | Miami | South Beach Cosmetic Surgery | Dr.Tiller | Male Cosmetic Surgery










The field of plastic and cosmetic surgery is ever changing. Patients’ desires and collaboration between surgeons drive medical advancements that constantly refine the way procedures are performed. It’s an exciting time to be in the field and the perfect time to have a procedure done.

More discussions of cosmetic surgery took place in the media in 2013 than in years past, showing that the field is receiving greater acceptance than before. If you are wondering where the industry stands going into the new year, then look no further; we’ve compiled a list of five trends that have persisted through the end of the year and will be around for longer still.

To learn more about any particular cosmetic surgery, we invite you to contact us at the South Beach Cosmetic Surgery to schedule a consultation with Dr. Tiller. Dr.  Tiller is an experienced Board Certified plastic surgeon.  To speak with our office, Call Us At 305-534-5616 Today!

1. More Men Are Getting Cosmetic Surgeries.

Where once female patients dominated the cosmetic surgery marketplace, this year saw a large increase in the number of male patients undergoing surgical and non-invasive procedures. Part of the increase can be attributed to society’s greater acceptance of cosmetic surgery, but many male patients cite a competitive workplace and and even getting back into the dating scene as their motivator to look young and healthy.  Men are benefiting from using facial fillers that applied with  techniques designed for men by Dr. Tiller  don’t cause men to get the “feminine” look that in the past would scare men away form using facial fillers.
Muscle augmentation has also increased drastically along with liposculpting due to advances in both techniques.

2. Mommy And Daddy Makeovers Are Here To Stay.

Mommy and daddy makeovers were one of the biggest trends of 2013, and they show no signs of losing popularity. As the name suggests, the mommy and daddy makeover is a combination of procedures aimed at reversing the effects of childbirth on the body for the mommy’s. And reversing the signs or poor eating and workout habits for the dads.  Having a trophy wife isn’t enough anymore.  Men want to keep up with their wives and feel equally good about themselves.  The benefits of combining the procedures include a reduction in cost and simultaneous recoveries.

3. More Information Is Available For Patients.

More patients come into their consultation with specific and well-founded questions thanks to social media and Internet research. This is great for both patients and their doctors; patients who have more information about the procedures are able to better explain their goals and expectations.

4. The Patient Base Is Expanding.

Bella Magazine reports that the consumer base is beginning to expand. In the past, cosmetic surgeries were viewed as luxuries reserved for the very rich or celebrities. Nowadays, there is greater socio-economic diversity in the patient population, because cosmetic surgery is more available and can be viewed as a way to stay competitive in the workplace and dating scene.

5. Dermal Fillers Are Used To Add Volume.

Dermal fillers have long been used to fill in wrinkles, but now, they have been approved to add volume to the cheeks. This allows doctors to address the problem of thinning cheeks – one of the first signs of aging – without using implants.

You can depend on us to answer all of your questions about cosmetic surgery. Dr. Tiller has gained a large knowledge base through active research and a great education. He is also board certified and a respected member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery among others. To schedule a consultation with Dr. Tiller, Call Us At 305-534-5616 Today!

We invite you to call our South Beach office at 305-534-5616 for more information or to schedule a complimentary consultation.  

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Bodybuilding And Cosmetic Surgery

Information About Gynecomastia (Gyno) Removal, Female Breast implants, Male And FemalesBodybuilder Muscle Implants.


Bodybuilding enhances the size and tone of muscles in both men and women, but sometimes the practice of weight lifting and the often associated use of steroids can cause unwanted results in the physical appearance. Body builders are increasingly looking toward cosmetic surgery as a way to accentuate their muscles, alter breast size, and correct the effects of supplements or genetics on fat tissues. This article will discuss some of the most frequently performed procedures.

Gynecomastia (male breast reduction)

It is believed that 40-60% of men suffer from gynecomastia, the existence of unwanted fat deposits in the chest area, which can resemble female-like breasts. A cosmetic surgery procedure can be performed to remove the excess glandular tissue and restore the chest area to its former shape. A portion of cases of gynecomastia are believed to be caused by hormone changes in young adults and anabolic steroid usage by bodybuilding men. Many bodybuilders that develop gynecomastia are concerned that the condition will disrupt the masculine image they are portraying. It is highly recommended that bodybuilders with gynecomastia that are using steroids stop their use of those drugs first to determine if they are the cause of the condition. If they are, then the body builder may choose to stop using these drugs. A cosmetic surgeon can remove the fatty tissue through a breast reduction surgery.

The side effects associated with gynecomastia surgery are typical of most surgeries and include bruising, swelling, soreness and numbness. A tight fitting garment must be worn over the torso for 3-6 weeks to ensure that the chest muscles heal properly. There are a few different ways the surgery is carried out based on the surgeon performing the procedure, so it is best to do some research of your own before going to see a cosmetic surgeon.

Female Breast implants

Although male bodybuilders may accumulate unwanted fat in their chest area, female bodybuilders often deal with the opposite problem. The intensive weight lifting practices of body builders often create a lack of breasts for females. Breast implants are an option for women in the body building world that wish to keep their muscles strong and toned, but also wish to keep their feminine physique. The implants are usually placed beneath the muscle, and do not interfere with training once the area is completely healed. Because judges at body building competitions are increasingly looking to distinguish male and female competitors from one another, many women in the sport feel the need to accentuate and build their feminine qualities to set them apart from the rest of the competition. Breast augmentation is one way for female bodybuilders to accomplish this. Newer cohesive silicone gel breast implants are now available which feel natural and are much safer than past implants because they can not leak.

Other surgeries available for body builders

In addition to surgeries that alter the chest region, bodybuilders are increasingly looking at the services cosmetic surgeons such as J. Howell Tiller M.D., P.A. provide to enhance other regions of the body as well. These procedures include calf implants, abdominal implants, pectoral implants, bicep and tricep implants, and, deltoid implants, quadricep implants, and buttock implants . All of these procedures increase the sculptured appearance of the patient, something highly valued in the body building community and at competitions.

You should have a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon before making any decisions about surgery. J. Howell Tiller M.D., P.A. is a plastic surgeon in Miami Beach who performs and specializes in cosmetic surgery on bodybuilders.




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Last year nearly 800,000 fellas went under the knife, a 121 percent increase since 1997

Last week, it was reported that George Clooney incited his second aesthetic trend in as many decades. As Dr. Doug Ross on ER, at the height of primetime medical dramas of yore, Clooney’s hair was shorn in a neo-Caesar crew cut which had American men running to the nearest barber. The ’90s were simpler times. Since making a joke in an Italian magazine last January about getting his testicles tightened, Clooney has influenced the latest trend in scrotum chic: ball ironing.

Ball ironing, or tackle tightening, is a facelift for your stones. For $575 one can have the smooth, youthful ball sack of a millennial. But pristine family jewels is just one of the many vanity procedures on the rise for men. Last year nearly 800,000 fellas went under the knife,  121 percent increase since 1997. The most popular surgeries for men are the same as for women: liposuction, eyelifts, hair transplants, rhinoplasty, and breast reduction (and in some cases augmentation). Here are some of the others:

1) Chinplants: Something magical happened in 2011. The weak-chinned men of America decided they needed, nay DEMANDED, the chiseled jaw lines of a Disney prince. The year saw a 71% increase in the surgery, which entails inserting an implant (often silicone) in front of the chin. Subsequently, the human species is 10,600 defined male chins richer. What transpired to provoke men to rush to the local plastic surgeon, waving their checkbook and a photograph of Gaston LeGume? Clinical professor of surgery at Columbia University, Darrick Antell, told the Today Show.

People have cameras everywhere…You can be at a wedding at the buffet table and a moment later see pictures of your double chin on Facebook. We’re a much more image-driven society than we were even five years ago.

Smartphone photo and video technology has turned our lives into a virtual house of mirrors. Antell also notes that the greatest number of men who’ve been chinplanted are over 40 “which is the point where people are bridging the gap between youthfulness and middle age.” He conducted a study of Fortune 500 companies which revealed 90% of the CEOs have “strong chins,” the facade of leadership and power being an impetus for men to alter their profile.

2) Limb-lengthening: Height dysphoric Skee-lo could have fulfilled one of his many wishes with the incredibly painful and complicated procedure known as limb-lengthening. Conceived to assist sufferers of dwarfism and those with disparate leg length, limb-lengthening has been hijacked by cosmetic surgeons as a vanity procedure.

Stature is extended after a doctor implants telescoping rods in the patient’s broken shin. Over the course of three months, the rod Stretches the bone apart one millimeter every day, wherein muscle, nerves,skin, new bone, and sometimes harmful bacteria grow to fill the newly created void. The procedure can’t turn you into Yao Ming, but can add 2-3 inches to your height, and one man paid for two procedures to grow 6 inches. The majority of guys who endure this process are reported to languish with height dysphoria, convinced their diminutive figure prevents them from getting the respect bestowed upon taller men.

3) Character Affectation Surgery: Have you felt like you’re really a velociraptor trapped inside a human body, or that maybe looking exactly like Wolverine will help you feel the quiet contentment that has always evaded you? Then allow these men to be your inspiration! Men like Lizardman, born a mere human but transformed by tattoos, tongue bifurcation, dental modification, and sub dermal implants to become a reptilian-human hybrid. Or with enough facial transdermal implants and body modifications your inner feline could manifest and transfigure you like Cat Man.  One 35-year-old Filipino man has spent the last decade having his body manipulated and his skin lightened to look just like Superman, and another guy had 100 surgeries to resemble a sentient Ken doll. Want to surgically metamorphose into a stalk of broccoli, or a red panda, or Liberace? Godspeed!

4) Abdominal Liposculpting: If sit-ups and cardio are biting into your precious leisure time but you need that summer beach body, consider abdominal liposculpting. This procedure liposucks the fat covering your abs, slurping out what was once many six packs, and contouring the flab around the muscles to show…a single sixer.

5) Voice Lift: Men who feel embarrassed by speaking like Marge Simpson’s sisters or desire a castrato pitch, can opt for a voice lift. Another surgery once purely medicinal and now cosmetic, the “lift” occurs after inserting implants into the vocal chords, or injecting fat or collagen into the chords. Like the chinplant and limb-lengthing, one of the justifications for a voice lift is to mitigate feelings of perceived “weakness” especially for aging businessmen.

6)  Muscle Augmentation Implants:  The gyms not enough anymore.  Once used for reconstructive purposes, plastic surgeons such as Miami’s muscle “go to guy” J. Howell Tiller M.D. have pioneered solid yet soft silicone implants to shape and size the abs, calves, buttocks, deltoids, quads, pecs, bi’s, and tri’s…. oh my.

7) Penis Enlargement: Perhaps you’re sick of having limp confidence before the mirrored urinal trough, or maybe you’ve been shamed by your spam folder, or you’ve found yourself staring longingly at David Beckham’s much ballyhooed package. There are plastic surgeons eager to assuage your phallic self-doubt. One of their methods snips the suspensory ligament, causing one’s flaccid trouser snake to extend from the body a few extra centimeters (but in some cases can actually shorten an erection when the ligament reattaches itself).

Another enlargement procedure removes a flap of skin from the abdomen and reattaches it to the base of the shaft to give the penis more prominence. Sounds simple enough, right? Except “most of these flaps cause unattractive hair-bearing tissue that covers the penis and causes pubic deformation.” Noooooo thank you. If you were feeling insecure enough about your boner to get a few centimeters of ab skin stitched to your pubis to hold it up, it seems doubtful you’ll be cool with it wearing a sweater.

Lastly, you can add girth to your skin flute by way of fat injections, at the risk of “penile lumps and nodules, and shaft deformities.” Gentlemen?



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By: Lesley Rotchford,  Details Magazine

Despite being chronically sleep-deprived and frequently hungover, not to mention regularly stressed by the 13-hour days he puts in as a banker in Manhattan, Nick (not his real name) looks remarkably well rested and considerably younger than his 31 years. His secret? Six months ago, Nick went to New York City–based plastic surgeon Stafford R. Broumand for neck liposuction, a half-hour procedure that yields a more dramatic jawline. “If you work hard and play hard, it’s impossible to keep your neck as tight as you want,” Nick says. “I was already busting my ass working out four days a week, but nothing was happening there, so I figured why not?”

Nick’s desire for more masculine facial definition represents the new front line of cosmetic surgery for men. In faces, as in fashion, what’s hot changes. Square jaws (think Jon Hamm, Michael Fassbender, Daniel Craig) are in, replacing yesterday’s pert-nose-and-dainty-chin combo (Leonardo DiCaprio, Zac Efron, Tobey Maguire). “There’s less of a desire now for a conventionally beautiful white-bread face,” says Dr. Steven Teitelbaum, an associate professor of plastic surgery at UCLA School of Medicine. “People are embracing strong features like ethnic, nontraditional noses.” For example, in lieu of full-on rhinoplasty, many men are balancing their naturally big noses with chin implants (which have recently spiked by 71 percent, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons) or opting to have their noses trimmed back. (Doctors can shave down the bone and cartilage with a file.) “I did a rhinoplasty and a chin implant on a famous actor who had a monster nose and no chin. We left a bit of a bump in the nose, so it still looked like his, just a better version,” says Dr. Darrick Antell, assistant clinical professor of surgery at Columbia University. “No one, including the producer on his next project, noticed he’d had a nose job.”

Fortunately for the time-strapped power player, facial surgery can now be fit into the tightest of schedules. “Instruments have gotten smaller, which means incisions are smaller and heal faster,” Antell says. Micro-liposuction can clean up the jawline—which can become slack when you’re in your thirties because of excess fat or sun exposure—in half an hour under mild sedation, with no sutures and only minor bruising. Some new procedures don’t require any slicing—Ultherapy, a nonsurgical face-lift, uses ultrasound technology to heat the skin, causing collagen (the fibrous protein that gives skin its elasticity) to contract while stimulating the production of new, tighter tissue. “This is an ideal procedure for guys in their thirties who are starting to see some skin laxity. The results are subtle but significant, and patients can go back to work the next day,” says Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank, a cosmetic dermatologist in New York City.

The only downside to these subtler, more convenient procedures is that they can become like cookies or cocaine—it’s easy to get hooked (paging Bruce Jenner . . . ). “Some men have one procedure, find they still don’t feel great about themselves, and go in for another, and another,” says Dr. Deborah Schooler, an assistant professor of psychology at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. But the benefits of these procedures go beyond physicality: Research from the University of Texas shows that good-looking people get hired sooner, land promotions faster, and earn an average of 3 to 4 percent more than those with below-average looks. “Your appearance impacts what happens to you in the workplace, which is becoming leaner, meaner, and younger, so some men see plastic surgery as a strategy to boost their company’s bottom line and their own salary,” says Dr. David B. Sarwer, an associate professor of psychology at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. When it comes to the face, a dollar spent may be a dollar earned. “Looking like I did five years ago definitely affects how I feel about myself, even at work,” says one 38-year-old fashion-company owner who lives in New York City and has had his jawline tightened. “It’s empowering.”


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Bleph Male B&A


Eyelid surgery (technically called blepharoplasty) is a procedure to remove fat–usually along with excess skin and muscle–from the upper and lower eyelids. Eyelid surgery can correct drooping upper lids and puffy bags below your eyes – features that make you look older and more tired than you feel, and may even interfere with your vision. However, it won’t remove crow’s feet or other wrinkles, eliminate dark circles under your eyes, or lift sagging eyebrows. Blepharoplasty can be done alone, or in conjunction with other facial surgery procedures such as a facelift, under chin tightening, or brow lift.

If you’re considering eyelid surgery, this information will give you a basic understanding of the procedure-when it can help, how it’s performed, and what results you can expect. It can’t answer all of your questions, since a lot depends on the individual patient.  Please contact Dr. Tiller if you have additional questions.


Blepharoplasty can enhance your appearance and your self-confidence, but it won’t necessarily change your looks to match your ideal.  Before you decide to have surgery, think carefully about your expectations and discuss them with Dr. Tiller.

The best candidates for eyelid surgery are men and women who are physically healthy, psychologically stable, and realistic in their expectations. Most are 35 or older, but if droopy, baggy eyelids run in your family, you may decide to have eyelid surgery at a younger age.


The initial consultation with Dr. Tiller is very important. Dr. Tiller will need your medical history, so check your records ahead of time and be ready to provide this information.

You and Dr. Tiller should carefully discuss your goals and expectations for this surgery. You’ll need to discuss whether to do all four eyelids or just the upper or lower ones, whether skin as well as fat will be removed, and whether any additional procedures are appropriate.

Dr. Tiller will explain the techniques and anesthesia he will use, the type of facility where the surgery will be performed, and the risks and costs involved.

Don’t hesitate to ask Dr. Tiller any questions you may have, especially those regarding your expectations and concerns about the results.

You will be given specific instructions on how to prepare for surgery, including guidelines on eating and drinking, smoking, and taking or avoiding certain vitamins and medications. Carefully following these instructions will help your surgery go more smoothly.

While you’re making preparations, be sure to arrange for someone to drive you home after your surgery, and to help you out for a few days if needed. Our office can arrange expert professional aftercare services if needed.


Blepharoplasty usually takes less than one hour depending on the extent of the surgery.

Eyelid surgery can be performed under local anesthesia—which numbs the area around your eyes—along with sedatives, or general anesthesia in which you are asleep.
In a typical procedure, Dr.Tiller makes incisions following the natural lines of your eyelids; in the creases of your upper lids, and just below the lashes in the lower lids. The incisions may extend into the crow’s feet or laugh lines at the outer corners of your eyes. Working through these incisions, the surgeon separates the skin from underlying fatty tissue and muscle, removes excess fat, and often trims sagging skin and muscle. The incisions are then closed with very fine sutures.

If you have a pocket of fat beneath your lower eyelids but don’t need to have any skin removed, Dr. Tiller may perform a transconjunctival blepharoplasty. In this procedure the incision is made inside your lower eyelid, leaving no visible scar. It is usually performed on younger patients with thicker, more elastic skin.


You will need to keep your head elevated for a few days, and use cold compresses to reduce swelling and bruising. (Bruising varies from person to person: it reaches its peak during the first week, and generally lightens quickly after.) You’ll be shown how to clean your eyes, which may be gummy for a week or so. Dr. Tiller may recommend eye drops, since your eyelids may feel dry at first and your eyes may burn or itch. For the first few weeks you may also experience excessive tearing, sensitivity to light, and temporary changes in your eyesight, such as blurring or double vision.

Dr. Tiller will follow your progress very closely for the first week or two. The stitches will be removed four days to a week after surgery. Once they’re out, the swelling and discoloration around your eyes will gradually subside, and you’ll start to look and feel much better.


You should be able to read or watch television after two or three days. However, you won’t be able to wear contact lenses for a few weeks.

To find out if you are a good candidate or for more information about this procedure or any others, please feel free to contact our office.

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