Breast Augmentation is a cosmetic procedure that uses implants to enlarge and reshape the breasts after changes from pregnancy, as well as aging. It also can be used to correct asymmetries and difference in development of the breast.
Breast Lift or Mastopexy is a procedure which is designed to reshape the breast into a more natural and useful position. Factors such as pregnancy, nursing, gravity and loss of skin elasticity take their toll on women's breast over time. This is a simple outpatient procedure with very minimal pain and very minimal recovery time.
Breast Conservation Therapy (lumpectomy/radiation) has become a popular choice for women who have early breast cancer. Although studies show small recurrence risk and excellent survival rates, quality of life can be severely affected. Women need to know… they HAVE CHOICES. They deserve better education at the time of diagnosis. Making the correct decision requires a discussion about reconstruction options...
Breast Reconstruction is commonly done after removal of the breast due to breast cancer. In the last 10 years, immediate reconstruction at the same time the breast is removed is commonly performed. It also can be done as a delayed procedure with excellent results. Several techniques are available with breast reconstruction and each technique has its advantages and disadvantages. With these varied techniques, almost all patients are suitable for breast reconstruction.
Women with overly large breasts commonly have significant physical and emotional discomfort related to the size of their breasts. Back, neck and shoulder discomfort, as well as occasional numbness in the arms, are common symptoms that can occur in women with large breasts. There is a significant emotional and physical benefit from having a breast reduction procedure, which will give patients smaller and firmer breasts. The freedom to do more exercise and other activities, as well as the ability to wear different clothing styles, are benefits from this procedure.
Eyelid Surgery or Blepharoplasty, is a cosmetic procedure around the eyes to remove excess skin, fat and reposition muscle and cheek tissues as needed. Eyelid surgery does not remove fine wrinkles on the outside of the eye and does not necessarily improve dark circles under the eyes as well. These will need to be improved by additional procedures and skin peels, which can be done at a later time. Blepharoplasty can be done alone or in conjunction with other facial surgeries.
In time, gravity, sun exposure, and the stresses of daily life take their toll on our faces and necks. Deep creases appear beside the mouth, the jaw line slackens and becomes jowly, and the neck develops loose folds and fat deposits. Facelifts counteract these signs of aging by tightening muscle, removing fat, and trimming excess skin, giving your face a fresher, youthful look. After surgery, some patients look 10-15 years younger.
Liposuction is a technique used to remove unwanted areas of fat deposits from all areas of the body. By removing the deep and underlying fact, it allows the skin to tighten and then change contour over a longer period of time.
Tummy Tuck or Abdominoplasty, is a major surgical procedure to help recontour the abdominal wall. The procedure is designed to remove and tighten skin, fat, as well as the muscle layer in the abdominal wall. These procedures can dramatically reduce the appearance of a protruding abdomen. They can also be carefully combined with additional procedures and other surgeries.
Post Bariatric & Body Contouring
Gastric Bypass procedures that result in a weight loss of more than 100 lbs. have a tremendous effect on the entire body. Several medical problems are improved, such as diabetes, hypertension, and obesity. As patients balance nutrition and gradual exercise postoperatively, significant changes in body contour and skin elasticity become apparent.