Looking For A Cheap Way To Grow Longer Lashes? Try Our Revitalash Package Deal!

Cheap Revitalash

We are happy to announce we are now offering the Revitalash Kit, a great opportunity for you to try all three Revitalash products for the low price of $150.

This kit includes:

RevitaLash Advanced

  • High impact BioPeptin Complex™, peptides and botanicals saturate the lashes with moisture, keeping them soft, luxurious, and healthy-looking
  • Conditions the eyelashes to help protect from brittleness and breakage
  • Helps improve flexibility, moisture, and shine
  • Helps defend eyelashes from daily aggressors
  • Enhances the appearance of beautiful, younger-looking, more luxurious eyelashes

Volumizing Primer

  • Coats the lashes to instantly amplify length and fullness while preventing clumping, flaking and smudging
  • Features a distinctive Indigo Blue shade to brighten the eyes and intensify the depth of mascara
  • Delivers moisturizing and conditioning benefits to help support lash strength and softness
  • Helps extend longevity and beauty of mascara for all-day wear

Volumizing Mascara

  • Creates longer, thicker, fuller, more luxurious eyelashes – maximizing natural lashes’ fullest potential
  • Wet, high-performance, clump free formula intensifies eyelashes resulting in a voluminous eye-popping finish
  • Separates and defines eyelashes, while picking up every single lash
  • Provides long-wear performance in a water-resistant formula for all day confidence

Stop by our Peabody location to purchase or call us at (800) 559-3056.


Liposuction Tops Breast Augmentation For Most Popular Plastic Surgery Procedure of 2013


The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons releases an annual report on the most popular plastic surgery procedures.  I was surprised to see that Liposuction had replaced Breast Augmentation as the most popular cosmetic procedure of 2013.  Over all ASAPS reported a 12% increase in plastic surgery procedures performed in the United States last year.

The top 5 cosmetic surgeries of 2013 were as follows:

1. Liposuction

2. Breast Augmentation

3. Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)

4. Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)

5. Nose Surgery (Rhinoplasty)

The top 5 non-surgical procedures of 2013 were:

1. Botox

2. Hyaluronic Acid (Restylane, Juvederm)

3. Laser Hair Removal

4. Microdermabrasion

5. Photo Rejuvenation

To read the full report from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons please click here.

If you would like to schedule a consultation to discuss whether or not you are a candidate for one of these surgeries, please call (800) 559-3056.

Men Turning To Cosmetic Surgery To Prevent Aging



April 5th, 2013

The number of male plastic surgery patients continues to rise, but the motivation behind having “work” done is not vanity.  Men feel compelled to groom and maintain their appearance, and in this day and age, this includes minimizing the appearance of crows feet and fine lines with injectables and fillers.

The top three surgical procedures for men include Rhinoplasty, Liposuction, and Blepharoplasty.  Although statistically speaking, men have a long way to go to catch up with the women when it comes to cosmetic surgery, it’s good to see that the field is gaining wider approval with the male population.

Interested in doing something special for the man in your life?  Refer him to Dr. Adams and you’ll receive a $50 referral credit in your account!  Call (800) 559-3056 to schedule an appointment.

How To Remove Spider Veins


It is estimated that half of all women are embarrassed by the appearance of spider veins on their legs (American Society of Plastic Surgeons).  Sclerotherapy is a procedure performed by injecting a solution directly into the veins.  The solution that we use in our office is Asclera, a polidocanol injection.  Rose Rogers (RN, aesthetic nurse) performs all sclerotherapy treatments in our office and appointments can be scheduled on Wednesdays in our Peabody location.

This month we are offering 10% off Sclerotherapy through April 30th, 2014.  So what are you waiting for?  Schedule an appointment with Rose ASAP and get ready to show off your legs in short shorts this summer!  Call us at (800) 559-3056.

April Discounts, Specials, and News From The Adams Center

April Monthly Specials & Announcements: April 1st, 2014



Receive a minimum of 2 syringes and qualify for an instant $75 rebate.  You must join Allergan’s free Brilliant Distinctions Program, or be a current member.

Ends 4/30/14.



10% Off Schlerotherapy (Spider Vein Removal)

Ends 4/30/14.


10% off all Chemical Peels

Ends 4/30/2014.

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Boston Plastic Surgeon To Attend Premier Plastic Surgery Seminar of 2014

March 31st, 2014

Our very own Dr. William P. Adams of The Adams Center in Peabody and Boston, Massachusetts will be attending the premier plastic surgery conference of 2014.  The Aesthetic Meeting is hosted by The American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, this year taking place in beautiful San Francisco, California.  This year’s theme is “Building the Bridge Between Science and Art”.

Dr. Adams will be filming on-site videos while at the conference which will be uploaded to The Adams Center’s YouTube Channel.  These videos will feature information about new trends in the field of plastic surgery.

Please stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter pages for updates and info on the conference which will take place April 24-29th, 2014.

Boston Plastic Surgeon Now Carries Voluma Facial Filler From Allergan


I am happy to announce that my practice will begin offering Voluma facial filler.  This new filler from Allergan uses VYCROSS technology to help provide more lift and longer duration than other fillers.  As we age, our faces tend to lose volume and take on a “hollowed out” appearance.  Voluma helps restore a youthful, full contour in the cheek line.  Please contact my office to schedule a consultation and find out if Voluma is right for you by calling (800) 559-3056.

What Is Microcurrent Therapy? DermaSound Demystified


March 7, 2014

What exactly is microcurrent therapy?

This phase normalizes the skin with a very mild electrical current – a medically proven to rebuild an individuals cells’ natural electrical charge.

The DermaSound paddle is lightly stroked over the face and throat creating a slight pulsing and warming on the face.  When a cell has been damaged due to environmental causes there is a restriction of the flow of nutrients into the cell and waste products out of the cell.  This situation makes it difficult for cells to heal.  The Microcurrent phase helps normalize the electrical current within the cells and helps promote healing, cell regeneration and resiliency.  DermaSound’s Microcurrent Therapy breathes new life into tired, injured and aging skin.

Body Image and Plastic Surgery


March 5th, 2013

We are not just our bodies, but how our bodies look is a vital part of who we are.  A number of psychological studies have confirmed what seems almost intuitive: people whose appearances are abnormal often suffer significant psychological distress.  According to this research, those who are unattractive may be less well-regarded by their peers or may experience subtle discrimination, while those who are better-looking have higher levels of self-esteem and self-confidence and may be more successful in social and business undertakings.  Psychologists have found that what is most important in compromising self-esteem is how we feel about ourselves.  Central to these feelings is the mind’s-eye view that the person has of himself or herself.  This mental representation is called “body-image”.  The image one has of oneself can be distorted, possibly a reflection of a sense of inadequacy or insecurity.  Some of this insecurity can be induced by the culture that surrounds us, where unattainable ideals of male and female perfection permeate the media.

Our society places high premiums on beauty and youth, leaving most of us to feel inadequate by comparison.  Many social and psychological factors contribute to a person’s self-esteem, of course, but personal appearance remains a vital part.  When a person is dissatisfied with how he or she looks, changing appearance through diet, cosmetics or exercise can go a long way towards improving body image and thus towards enhancing self-esteem.  If a certain aspect of appearance remains a focus of negative attention, despite changing hair style, makeup, clothing or physique, plastic surgery may be able to help.