Reconstructive & Plastic Surgery Blog

Taking Care of Skin Cancer with the Help of Mohs Surgery

Published on July 14, 2017
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Skin cancer can be treated and is curable, particularly if detected early. One of the treatment options for skin cancer is Mohs surgery. Traditional Treatment Traditional treatment for skin cancer has relied on the doctor’s intuition to a great extent.

Does The Look of Your Nose Bother You?

Published on June 16, 2017
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Most of us are not completely happy with the way we look, whether it’s because of our eyes, our nose, our lips, our jawline, or our cheekbones. In many cases, people are unhappy about the look and shape of their

The Augmentation Mastopexy Procedure for Revitalized Breasts

Published on May 12, 2017
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There are numerous surgical options for women looking for a better figure. Many women feel self-conscious about how they look, and this can affect their self-esteem and their lifestyle. If you want a more proportionate figure, augmentation mastopexy might be

A Dermabrasion Treatment Rejuvenates the Skin

Published on April 28, 2017
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Fine lines and wrinkles are the most common markers of facial aging, and there are a number of cosmetic procedures to combat them. Facial lines can also be caused by smoking, drinking, genetics, and sun exposure. Dermabrasion is a very

Tighten Loose Ab Muscles and More

Published on March 28, 2017
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Unhappy with the flab around your midsection? If your stomach’s looking too big despite your workout sessions, you may have drooping ab muscle tissue. Excess fat and skin are also common problems. For a solution, may people consider the tummy

Sagging Lower Abdomen? The Answer May Be a Mini Tummy Tuck

Published on February 28, 2017
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Most people complain about having a sagging, flabby lower abdomen. Although the cause of such a condition cannot be attributed to one factor only, an unhealthy lifestyle typically contributes to it. Pregnancy and weight fluctuations also result in a sagging

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Causes and Surgical Treatment

Published on January 20, 2017
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Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTC) is a medical condition resulting from a pinched nerve in the wrist. The median nerve runs through the carpal tunnel. The carpal tunnel, also called the carpal canal, is a narrow passageway that connects your forearm

The Benefits of a Limited-Incision Facelift

Published on December 23, 2016
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A limited-incision facelift, also sometimes called a weekend lift or a mini-lift, is a popular variation of a traditional facelift. As the name suggests, it’s a less-invasive version of the facelift and offers versatility and beautiful results. The limited-incision facelift

The Importance of Shape AND Size in Buttock Augmentation

Published on December 19, 2016
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Buttock augmentation, also called Brazilian butt lift, is when fat is removed from one place on the body by liposuction and transferred to the buttock.  This operation demands more than just making the buttock larger…it must also be shapely. The

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Rejuvenating the Labia with Labiaplasty

Published on November 30, 2016
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The labia are four externally visible folds of the vulva. The labia majora, or outer labia, are closer to the thigh, and the labia minora, or inner labia, are the inner folds at the opening of the vagina. The labia,