Brachioplasty or arm liposuction, which is right for you? And what do you need to consider?
A tummy tuck requires an aesthetic eye, aesthetic surgical judgment, but perhaps most importantly, clear and common sense communication.
There are tons of liposuctions, tummy tucks, facelifts, rhinoplasties, and more. But the thigh lifts are often few and far between. Why is that?
Patients are often confused about the difference between a tummy tuck and liposuction. Both improve the appearance of the abdomen, but which is right for you?
Whether you’re planning to get the surgery or you’re still on the fence, you’ll need to know what to expect after a breast reduction.
There are so many breast implant options available and factors to consider so this blog aims to provide any potential patients with a full guide to breast implants.
The majority of women having breast enhancement surgery today are asking for a natural result as opposed to a decade ago when bigger was in. But how is a natural look achieved?
In this post, we explain everything potential patients need to know about recovering from a mommy makeover, including post procedure details, instructions and tips.
This blog aims to provide patients with a complete guide on recovering from a tummy tuck, including tips and aftercare details.
Learn more about the role of the belly button in a tummy tuck.
Whether it is Colombia, Mexico, or the Dominican Republic, traveling across borders for surgery is known as “medical tourism,” and as a practicing physician and surgeon, I just don’t get it. In a perfect world, all my patients would live next door to me at least for the early recovery in their surgeries. Most patients focus on the day of surgery as the pinnacle of their treatment but to me, that day is the easiest and most controlled part. Most of what I do is preoperative and postoperative management. A Face-to-Face Assessment is a Must An in-person consult allows me… Read More
It is common for me to see patients who are not sure whether they need a breast lift or a breast implant, or perhaps both. In fact, many do not truly understand the differences between the two.
A fleur de lis tummy tuck is a type of plastic surgery you may never have heard of. It may be something you will never need, but for a large percentage of my patients, particularly patients who have lost a great deal of weight, it is at least something that they should be made aware of. The usual tummy tuck pulls lax abdominal skin downwards. This is fine for the average postpartum mom who has gone up and down in weight with pregnancy. But we are lucky that this works for most patients because it is not how weight loss… Read More
Capsular contracture is a complication that can affect women after breast augmentation or reconstruction surgery. Numbers will vary from study to study, but overall it may affect as many as one in ten patients.
In any surgical procedure, setting realistic expectations for the patient is vital. Here is what liposuction does and doesn’t do for you.
Given the holiday months are often about vacation, rest, and relaxation, most people find it hard to keep up with the workout routine. Having two holidays back to back that result in people eating a lot of eating and sweets it is no wonder why losing weight is always on top of the resolution list year after year. The fact of the matter is that if we don’t see results quickly with diet and exercise we tend to give up and wait till next year. The year passes, and all of a sudden it’s a new decade with no discernable weight loss… Read More
Botox procedures seem to be subject to an unusually large number of myths and rumors, some untrue while others are outlandish.
Medical tourism refers to the practice of people leaving their own country to seek medical treatment abroad. Why are so many people pursuing plastic surgery overseas? Because it’s “cheaper” there. In the United States, insurance companies do not cover cosmetic or plastic surgery procedures, so people look for ways to cut costs. A breast augmentation surgery that typically costs $7,000 here can cost as little as $2,000 in India. However, cheaper doesn’t mean safer. Therefore, this article will outline the numerous complications and dangers associated with medical tourism. Risks of Medical Tourism: Plastic Surgery Here are some of the most… Read More
A 33-year-old woman, who wanted to get a tummy tuck, decided to travel to the Dominican Republic instead of going to a plastic surgeon close to home. Why? Because plastic surgery treatments in the Dominican Republic cost a fraction of the price of similar procedures in the United States. Unfortunately, instead of a toned tummy, the woman ended up with a severe infection that ultimately resulted in her death. This case is not unique or rare. Medical experts, as well as the FDA, use this type of instance as a warning for Americans who go overseas for cheaper cosmetic surgery… Read More
A recent warning issued by the FDA has highlighted the importance of making sure that your surgeon uses authentic Botox.