Reconstructive Surgery

Oklahoma Sisters Take Action Against Ovarian Cancer

A recent article in The Oklahoman told the story of two sisters from Edmond who took action after being diagnosed with the “breast cancer gene.” Just 19 days after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer, Wendy and Stacy’s mother, Judy Werber, passed away. Both sisters, as well as their mother, have what scientists call the “breast …Read More

Less Is More In Ethnic Rhinoplasty

Dr. Bajaj Comments on Indian American Nose Surgery Ethnic plastic surgery is hardly new. In the early part of the 20th century, European Jews opted for smaller, straighter noses and Irish Americans for flattened ears, all in the interest of looking more “American.” Today, almost the opposite is true – while people of all ethnicities …Read More

Rotaplast Crafts 15,000 Smiles

Non-profit plastic surgery group celebrates a major milestone. The international humanitarian group Rotaplast just added an impressive achievement to their resume; the group recently performed their 15,000th reconstructive surgery, which is just the latest in a long line of free surgeries that have changed the lives of those who received them. In February of this …Read More

Songstress Jewel Named Breast Reconstruction Awareness Spokesperson

BRA Day to raise awareness of breast reconstruction surgery across the globe. Grammy-nominated musician Jewel has been named the national spokesperson for National Breast Reconstruction (or BRA) Day by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and The Plastic Surgery Foundation (The PSF). BRA day is a new international initiative launched this year, to be …Read More