Stay Connected: Phone and Virtual Consultations

To our valued patients,

COVID-19 has caused tremendous upheaval for everyone. We are remaining connected to our patients by phone and virtually! During the stay at home order, you can meet the doctor to discuss your needs and have a virtual online consultation.

Start by asking for a virtual consultation here.

We also ask you to download and complete our registration form here

There are a couple of ways to get it back to us:

If you are considering a surgical procedure, we also ask that you view the video on the appropriate procedure by looking at the surgical drop down on our website.

Once we get you registered, we will be in touch to make your consult. We will use either a secure HIPAA compliant platform for the consultation or we can even use FaceTime. We will make it as easy as we can for you to connect and get as much information as possible. Whichever way we connect, we ask that you have your phone, iPad, tablet or computer set up and stabilized so that you can use your hands to take notes if you desire.

After our consult, we will send you a quote outlining fees for surgery. You will be able to schedule a surgery date at that time but you will need a brief in-office physical exam to verify your health and appropriateness for surgery.

This is a great way to start the process while many of us are working remotely or just home staying safe before COVID-19 starts to settle down. Let’s use this time to all of our advantages.

We hope you and your family continue to be safe and healthy.


William E. LoVerme, MD and the Accurate Aesthetics Team

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Coronavirus COVID-19 Office Update

To our valued patients;

We want to assure all of our patients that our office remains a safe place. However, like all medical facilities, we will be taking certain precautions.

    1. We will try to keep the office a protected space. We ask all patients with upper respiratory symptoms such as cough, fever, shortness of breath to please cancel any routine appointments. We will be as flexible as possible with rescheduling and will not be charging any cancellation fees for routine appointments. Please call your primary care doctor if you have any of these symptoms. Additionally, if you have recently traveled to a country with high rates of Coronavirus please reschedule your visit for at least 14 days from the time of your visit.

    2. We will be disinfecting and cleaning the office on a regular and increased basis. Hand washing by the doctor and staff will be strictly adhered to and hand sanitizer will be available to all staff and patients.

    3. Be assured that since our facility is much less utilized than the hospital this may be a safer place for you.

    4. We are fully prepared to perform all scheduled surgery and are taking all necessary precautions to ensure your safety.

    5. Please remember that Dr. LoVerme as Chief of Plastic Surgery at Newton-Wellesley Hospital is part of the leadership team and updated on at least a daily basis with the newest information. We will keep you up to date as needed.

    6. Remember that we have plenty of available appointments for noninvasive procedures such as Vanquish ME fat reduction, LaseMD skin rejuvenation, UltraFemme 360 vaginal rejuvenation, and PhotoFacials. This may be a good time to take advantage of these with the recent increased work from home environment and no needles that penetrate the skin.

Remember that your safety, as well as your health and appearance, are our utmost concern!


William E. LoVerme, MD and the Accurate Aesthetics Team

Filed Under: Plastic Surgery Blog

Important Notice: Surgical Gown Recall

To our valued patients;

There has been a national recall of certain surgical gowns that have been recently reported on both local and national media. At our ambulatory surgical facility, Accurate Aesthetics Plastic Surgery, we have replaced all of our gowns approximately two weeks ago since we had advanced knowledge of this impending recall. The same actions have been taken at Newton-Wellesley Hospital where I am Chief of Plastic Surgery.

We take your safety very seriously. While the gowns have been recalled, there is no evidence that any of our patients have been adversely affected. We will continue to monitor, be ahead of this situation, and update you as needed.

Thank you for being one of our valued patients.


William E. LoVerme, MD

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Natick’s Ladies Night Out, We Would Love to See You!

ladies-night-out-natick-Dr-William-LovermeStop at our table, ask our team about our newest lasers and test our latest skin care products. We can’t wait to share the benefits of each and how to incorporate them into your regimen!

Dr. LoVerme has created a number of skin care products and treatments integral to healthy skin care. Our products are medical grade and are very potent to deliver the best results for your skin.

Don’t forget to drop your name in our raffle basket for a chance to win our skin care products.


Ladies Night Out…Eat, Drink, Shop with a Psychic Twist!

The details… Continue reading

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2018 Plastic Surgery Trends

2017 was a big year for plastic surgery procedures and it’s looking like 2018 will follow a similar pattern. With the selfie culture we now live in, where everyone has to look picture perfect at all times, it should come as no surprise that of the five top plastic surgery trends for 2018, three focus on the face.

Here are the top five plastic surgery trends for 2018: Continue reading

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Vanquish Stubborn Fat Just in Time for Summer!

vanquish-ME-fat-removalDo you have fat bulges that you cannot get rid of on your own? Are those extra pounds making the love handles bulge? Vanquish MEmay be right for you.

Vanquish ME is a non-invasive, FDA approved procedure that helps people who are struggling with stubborn fat bulges on the abdomen or thigh area. Dr. LoVerme is proud to offer this contactless and painless treatment to his patients. You may have heard of some of the other fat reduction machines such as Cool Sculpt and SculpSure. Unlike Vanquish ME, these treatments have BMI limits for treatment. Without the BMI limits, Vanquish ME can remove higher amounts of fat from patients than any other non-invasive body contouring treatment. And, unlike liposuction and other traditional fat techniques, Vanquish ME does not involve surgery and has no downtime. Continue reading

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New Year, New You – Remove These Wrinkles!

By now you’ve probably heard the phrase ‘New year, New you’ hundreds of times. Whether you read it in a magazine, saw it on TV, or heard it on the radio, when a new year begins, people everywhere start looking for safe and effective ways to renew and rejuvenate themselves. If you have recently looked in the mirror and thought to yourself, ‘When did these wrinkles appear and how can I get rid of them’, it may be time to learn more about ways to remove them. Continue reading

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Dr. LoVerme Top Doctor- South Shore Living Magazine

william-Loverme-mdDr. William LoVerme has been recognized again this year as a Top Doctor in South Shore Living Magazine. Congratulations!

South Shore Living Magazine’s annual Top Doctors feature contains a comprehensive list of the best physicians on the South Shore and Cape Cod. Selected by their peers, these individuals have offices and/or affiliations with healthcare institutions in Plymouth, Norfolk and Barnstable Counties.

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Dr. LoVerme Named Boston Magazine Top Doctor

Boston-Magazine-Top-Doctor Dr. William E. LoVerme has been named on Boston Magazine’s Top Doctor list for 2017. 

The magazine’s list names the region’s best physicians.

Congratulations Dr. LoVerme!

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Look More Awake with Eyelid Surgery

BlepharoplastyLet Your Eyes Speak for Themselves


Every year, hundreds of thousands of men and women undergo eyelid surgery, also known as Blepharoplasty, to fix the skin around their eyes that has become thin and sagging. Blepharoplasty can be performed on the upper lids, lower lids, or both. Because our eyes are the first thing people see when they look at us, many people find it frustrating when the skin surrounding the eye begins to droop and sag, excess skin and fine wrinkles of the lower eyelid appear, or when bags start to appear under the eyes making you look tired. This can cause you to look exhausted or depressed, even if you are feeling the opposite. Eyelid surgery manages to improve your appearance by making you look as young and refreshed as you feel. Continue reading

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