Monthly Archives: February 2014

Common Questions About Abdominoplasty

Common Questions About Abdominoplasty

One of the plastic surgery procedures we get asked about the most is abdominoplasty, or more commonly known as a tummy tuck. If you’re considering a tummy tuck, but have questions about the procedure and whether or not it is right for you, then some of these common questions about abdominoplasty below should help. Abdominoplasty …

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All About Man Boobs: A Common Problem

Gynecomastia – commonly referred to as Man-Boobs or “Moobs” – is a condition that’s getting a lot of press these days. The BBC recently reported a significant rise in surgeries to reduce male breast mass as more and more men discover there is a remedy for this often embarrassing condition. Causes of male breast enlargement …

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Time to Transition to Warmer Weather

Abdominal Liposuction versus Tummy Tuck- As we age, the abdomen begins to accumulate fat deposits.  During menopause, women are often faced with stubborn fat stores which can be disheartening, especially when diet and exercise do little to decrease abdominal bulge.  Even relatively young women experience abdominal bulging that does not respond to diet and exercise …

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You Can Combat Aging Without Going Under The Knife

According to recent statistics released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, cosmetic minimally-invasive procedures increased 5 percent, with nearly 11.6 million procedures performed in 2010.  This data is likely compiled from the information provided by their membership, so we can only imagine what the true number is when we take into consideration the high …

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Pregnant With Breast Cancer: An Unlikely Story

An Oncologist associate of mine recently asked me to consult with his patient Ana, who was diagnosed with breast cancer during her third trimester of pregnancy.  While this was horrific news for a soon-to-be first time mom, the underlying blessing for Ana came with the discovery of the cancer late in her pregnancy.   She delivered …

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