Jeffrey Kenkel, MD, FACS
1801 Inwood Road, 5th Floor
Dallas, TX 75390
(214) 645-3112
Specializing in Cosmetic Surgery
of the Face, Breast & Body
(214) 645-3112 Dallas, Texas

Category Archives: Nonsurgical

Face Forward: 3 Areas Men Focus On

We are seeing more men interested in facelift surgery and nonsurgical options at our Dallas practice than ever before. In many ways, the pandemic has opened up the opportunity for many patients who could not “afford” the downtime in the past. Being away from work for 2 to 3 weeks was not an option for many. That has all changed, … Read More

Zooming In: Outside of the Mask

Given the major changes we have experienced in our lives since March, we have all had to adapt in many different ways both professionally and personally.  It seems like we have two faces to present to the world these days.  We have our online or virtual face, largely seen at home with our family and online for virtual meetings and … Read More

Safety First: Responding to the 2nd Wave of Covid 19

Safety First: Responding to the 2nd Wave of Covid 19 Towards the end of the first week in June, we experienced a second wave of COVID positive cases being reported. The daily cases reported jumped from 638 cases on June 8th to 2504 and a peak of nearly 6000 new cases of Coronavirus reported in Dallas County on June 23rd. … Read More

Managing the Constant Changes: Staying Healthy and Happy During Stressful Times

4 tips for Staying Healthy and Happy During Stressful Times Don’t get down and depressed!  Focus on self-care! Life carries with its unique stresses that affect each of us every day.  These can be both personal and professional pressures.  We learn to cope with these situational demands to navigate through our day.  Enter: A pandemic, that most of us had … Read More

Giving THANKS after 8 weeks of the COVID Pandemic

Giving THANKS after 8 weeks of the COVID Pandemic This week marks the eighth week away from my plastic surgery practice.  We have now opened our clinic back up and are seeing patients and are ready for you!  It is incredible to note that I have taken my longest hiatus from surgery in over 30 years.  In fact, this break from clinical … Read More

Sheltering at Home, What I Have Learned About Myself

Sheltering at Home, What I Have Learned About Myself We are now living in extraordinary times with life as we know it changing daily.  We all appreciate that some of these changes will likely remain with us while others will be temporary and gone once we have made it through the pandemic.  I like to believe that I can learn … Read More

How Can I Improve the Look of My Thighs?

How Can I Improve the Look of My Thighs? I see many patients who are unhappy with the appearance of their thighs.  This area seems to poorly tolerate weight fluctuations. That being said, I see many patients who are weight stable who feel this is a place where they always have fullness: “ I am tired of my thighs rubbing … Read More

New Year’s Resolutions: I Really Mean it This Time!

New Year’s Resolutions: I Really Mean it This Time! New Year’s Resolutions are always fun to think about.  Who doesn’t think about New Year’s Day and not feel pressure to have some type of “change” to start the year off right?  My resolutions have always centered around diet and exercise.  I am lucky to never had to worry too much … Read More

All about Lasers! 6 Devices You Should Know About, and Here’s Why:

"Better with Lasers" Graphic

LASER is an acronym that stands for Light Amplification by Stimulation of Emission of Radiation.   WHAT?  It is a term that describes a certain wavelength of light that can be focused to target specific things in our body.  In many cases, people use the term to describe any device in the office that treats the skin.  What trouble spots … Read More

Ready for the New Year? 5 Things You Can do for Your Skin NOW!

5 Things to Get Your Skin Ready for the New Year As we prepare to enter a new year (hello 2019!), we all consider and “entertain” resolutions to make this year and us better than last year. It is so easy to articulate resolutions, but very hard to embrace them and make them part of our new habits.  Here are … Read More