A breast lift, or mastopexy, is a procedure that ‘lifts’ primarily the nipple/areolar area along with the lower portion of the breast; it will involve removal of a small amount of breast tissue and primarily skin. A breast augmentation usually involves placement of an implant to increase breast volume and size.
There are different incisions that are used in rhinoplasty. In cases when an inside-only incision is used, depending on what portion of the nose is shaped swelling may be slightly less over time. In cases when the tip of the nose is being shaped with an outside, or open, incision, the skin may be more […]
It is known that a traditional TRAM flap (transverse rectus abdominis myocutaneous flap) reconstruction and DIEP flap (deep inferior perforator flap) reconstruction differ. By definition, a TRAM flap divides the rectus (6-pack) muscle on one or both sides during the process of transferring the tissue up to the chest area for breast reconstruction while a […]
Here’s a fun one.. recently the Red Sox World Series trophies visited our hospital- and here they are!
More recent data suggests that the top 5 procedures are breast augmentation, nose reshaping (rhinoplasty), eyelid surgery, liposuction, facelift.
It appears that rates of cancer survival after treatment may be changing…..Take at look at this recent story: http://bit.ly/1koY9S2
Last week a longstanding patient of mine made a financial donation to our ongoing research efforts for patients – it was a very kind and generous gesture and much appreciated!
Patients will sometimes ask, “Am I able to remove implants after reconstruction and replace them with my own abdominal tissue, or have a DIEP flap reconstruction?” I would say depending on the patient’s medical history and prior surgical history, most of the time this is an option. There are several reasons that patients have regarding […]
I saw one of my breast reconstruction patients who was recovering from her surgery earlier in the week today; it is not so fun being in the hospital, let alone around the holidays… Patients are amazing – she is doing great, and hopefully home soon… Happy Thanksgiving!