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The Changing Healthcare Landscape: The Surgeon’s View from the Patient’s Bedside

This blog is supposed to discuss issues that the young plastic surgeon may face and how PRS applies to our lives. That said, it will sound cliché to say that I looked at the calendar and realized that January was half over, but it is true. The past six weeks have been a whirlwind, where …Read More

New Technique in Breast Reconstruction Yields Positive Outcomes

Surgeons test a combination technique of fat grafting and implant-based reconstruction A new study of breast reconstruction after radiation therapy has shown promising results. The technique combines implant based reconstruction with fat grafting. For women who have have undergone radiation therapy for breast cancer, the new technique may provide an alternative for breast reconstruction. “Fat …Read More

Giuliana Rancic Shares her Story of Breast Cancer and Reconstruction

E! Television host Giuliana Rancic was recently diagnosed with breast cancer, and shared her story on TODAY. Because a lumpectomy failed to remove the cancer, she decided to move forward with a double mastectomy. When faced with the decision to undergo mastectomy, she had to gather information first. “We talked to as many experts as …Read More

Relationships and Compliance

By Anu Bajaj This post originally appeared on PRSonally Speaking, the official blog of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. I read with interest the editorial summarizing the compliance summit. At the end of the article, the authors’ state that most plastic surgeons in private practice don’t quite …Read More

Questions to ask your Breast Augmentation Surgeon

If you’re considering breast augmentation, it is important to be an active participant in the process. The ASPS has developed the following list of questions to ask during your consultation: Are you certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery? Were you trained specifically in the field of plastic surgery? How many years of plastic …Read More

Facial Bones Show Signs of Aging Too

For Optimal Facial Rejuvenation, Plastic Surgeons Should Consider What’s Going on Under the Skin What makes us look older? Wrinkles and sagging result not just from changes in the skin, but also from age-related changes in the underlying facial bones, according to a report in the January issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®, the official …Read More

Welcome to Our Plastic Surgery Blog

Thanks for visiting our new blog. Here you will be able to find information on plastic surgery news, recent trends, special offers, and the latest events happening at our office. We want to stay in touch with our local community and present news that will be relevant to our patients. Are you interested in health, …Read More

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