All that can be said is wow! What a transformation in a complex setting, of a very large hernia through the abdominal wall after emergency colon surgery. Abdominoplasty, flankplasty, and customized abdominal wall repair. Incredible results!
Case of the Month – October 2016
We do computer imaging in the office for patients during the rhinoplasty consult to get an idea of what a patient wants and for the patient to see what is achievable. This patient is holding up her imaging next to herself AFTER I did the surgery to match the imaging! An amazing result, allowing the beauty of her face to shine.
Case of the Month – August 2016
Many years after saline implant augmentation, pregnancy, and breast feeding, this patient wanted a breast rejuvenation. I changed to a smaller, silicone gel implant and did abreast lift. Now she is back to a nice youthful breast appearance.
Case of the Month – July 2016
A frequent complication I am asked to treat is from previous implant surgery that is uneven, bottomed out, and with high and lateral nipples.
Correction is complicated and requires tedious, creative, internal manipulation of implant space, capsulectomy (implant scar removal), exacting recreation by suturing of new implant space, placing a better implant choice and often use of tissue graft (ADM).
Here is a beautiful outcome and dramatic fix!
Case of the Month – June 2016
The combination of breast lift, liposuction, and total body lift creates and amazing transformation from aged to beautifully youthful.
Case of the Month – May 2016
Eyelid procedures are not just about fat removal. In fact, I remove very little fat. I often add fat (fat grafting) or fillers in addition to repositioning/redistributing the lower eyelid fat (fat transposition) over the cheek bone at the lid cheek junction. In addition, I elevate the lateral cheek complex over this fat redistribution. It is a true volumizing procedure and together with a modest skin removal yields a true youthful appearance.
Case of the Month – April 2016
This is not just small breasts. It is also constriction malformation which is a challenging condition requiring a sophisticated internal release and reset of tissue to allow for proper implant placement. A fine small C cup result.
Case of the Month – March 2016
A cup to D cup augmentation using silicone gel implants placed under muscle, through an inframammary approach. The outcome, shown months later shows an idealized balance between upper and lower pole. A great result.
Case of the Month – February 2016
This patient underwent bilateral mastectomy and breast reconstruction using nipple sparing technique and staged approach with tissue expander and later implants. An amazing result after total mastectomy which rivals the outcome of cosmetic breast augmentation.