Category: Revision Surgery
It’s Time for a Rhinoplasty Do-Over!
Posted March 07, 2017
Rhinoplasty, or nose surgery, is among the most requested plastic surgery procedures. Nose surgery continues to maintain its popularity since the nasal structure can affect the entire facial harmony. The nose is the central feature of the face, and it can be distracting when someone’s nose is too big or too small in comparison to […] Read More
When Your Plastic Surgery Doesn’t Go Very Fantastic
Posted January 30, 2017
More people are seeking plastic surgery options to improve their appearance and help them feel better about their self-image. The overall goal of facial plastic surgery is to achieve results that look natural and create facial harmony. However, we have all heard the plastic surgery horror stories out there; there are times when the surgery […] Read More
How Does Revision Rhinoplasty Differ From a First Rhinoplasty?
Posted October 27, 2015
Nose surgery is a complicated procedure that should only be performed by a highly experienced and skilled plastic surgeon. Occasionally, patients find themselves in the hands of an inexperienced surgeon or a surgeon who does not fully comprehend their desired results. When this happens, revision rhinoplasty may be necessary to improve the results of the […] Read More
Balancing Your Breasts
Posted March 26, 2015
Correcting Breast Asymmetry Breast asymmetry is quite common, affecting nearly half of all women. In most cases, the asymmetry isn’t very noticeable, with only a few millimeters or centimeters difference between each breast. Aggressive cases of breast asymmetry are typically marked by one breast being a whole cup size larger than the other. It is […] Read More
Posted January 15, 2015
During a breast augmentation procedure, pockets are created in the breast tissue so implants can be inserted above or beneath the pectoral muscle. Normally, as the body begins to heal after surgery, scar tissue forms around the implant and aids to keep it in place. However, in some instances, an excessive amount of scar tissue […] Read More