Facial Plastic Surgery refers to all procedures that I perform above the clavicles, which includes facelift and neck lift, nose job (rhinoplasty), brow lift, chin implants, fat transfer, liposuction of the face and advanced skin care options. People often infer from the number of before and after photos on my website that I perform mostly bodywork. But, about half the work I perform is above the clavicles and these patients often prefer not to reveal their faces on my website. […]
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In experienced hands, liposuction is a routine, reliable procedure with high patient satisfaction, few complications and a high safety profile. Small areas of the body can be treated with just about any liposuction method, although larger areas and full body liposuction generally require the assistance of an anesthesiologist. Ultimately, safe liposuction with impressive results is dependent on the experience and skill of your surgeon.
As a plastic surgeon, I am often asked if I perform lesion and mole removal. The answer is yes, but with a caveat or two. I can assure you that any highly trained plastic surgeon is capable of precisely treating moles and lesions. The typical “mole patient” that I see in my office is someone who has had a previous treatment with an unsatisfactory outcome, and is concerned that it will happen again. They are consulting with me because they feel […]
A cosmetic surgery consultation with a plastic surgeon can be a tremendous source of anxiety. From what I perceive on my end, meeting a doctor for the first time to discuss a personal flaw can be very embarrassing. To me, it’s all in a day’s work: a time to visit with a new patient, get acquainted, examine and discuss concerns, and come up with solutions. I’m not sure there is anything I can tell a perspective patient that will minimize […]
As I have said many times before, the most important decision that you will make regarding your plastic surgery is determining how to choose a surgeon. The Internet has provided patients with a means to make more informed decisions and to take an active role in their medical care. I would recommend starting research by making sure that your surgeon is actually a plastic surgeon, and not just someone who calls himself/herself one. There is no patent on the term […]