Effective May 6th Dr. Devlin will be seeing patients in-office and will begin elective procedures. We are following the strict guidelines from the Arkansas Health Department and the following precautions will be taken:

*COVID screening for every patient along with a temperature check upon arrival.

*No patients will be allowed in our waiting room so please call when you have arrived at our office.

*Extra time will be allotted between patients to allow for through cleaning.

*Please bring a face mask or other face covering to your appointment.

*One visitor can assist the patient with the initial post-operative appointment.

*Please allow time for mandatory COVID-19 testing 48 hours prior to surgery.

We will continue to offer VIRTUAL CONSULTS in addition to In Person Consultations

‘Tis the Season for Cosmetic Surgery: 5 Reasons to Do It Now

By Michael A. Devlin, MD on December 11, 2014



#1: Don’t waste vacation days on recovery.

If yours is one of the many offices that close for several days during the holidays, there’s no need to waste precious vacation time on recovery.

#2: Start the New Year off looking your best.

Get a jumpstart on your resolutions for 2015 by scheduling your procedure in late 2014. If this is your first experience with plastic surgery and you’d like to dip your toe in the water before having a larger procedure, opt for a smaller change such as Chemical Peel or Fillers. A few minor tweaks can make a difference in your appearance and boost your self-confidence for 2015.

#3: Coordinate recovery with family members.

In the days following plastic surgery, it really helps to have an extra set of hands around the house. Over the holidays, there’s a good chance some of your close friends or family will also have some extra time off.

#4: Ask for procedures as a Christmas gift or reward yourself.

Cosmetic surgery makes a great holiday gift, either from a loved one. For that hard to please person on your gift list, Botox is always a good choice.

#5: Cover post-surgical swelling with winter’s bulkier clothes.

Post-surgical swelling is a common side effect associated with many procedures. The good news is that winter’s naturally bulky coats, sweaters, vests, and scarves make it easy to cover up this swelling. If you prefer discretion, you can have plastic surgery without your physical appearance announcing the change to your friends and colleagues—instead, you’ll simply come back from your holiday vacation looking better than ever!


The holidays provide a welcome respite from daily life and, with a little planning, can be the perfect time for plastic surgery. We’ll help you get started on a new you for 2015.  

If you are interested in Devlin Cosmetic Surgery, consider making the change this holiday season and get ready to shine!


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Little Rock, AR 72211

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