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CoolSculpting for gynecomastia for Bernie Parent

Coolsculpting is a non invasive technology which reduces the fat later of your abdomen or flanks or chest area by freezing the fat to -10C. It works over a period of weeks allowing the body to reabsorb the fat cells which have now “programmed” to be deleted. Recently Bernie Parent was chronicled in the Philadelphia […]


Reverse Tummy Tuck, Is It Worth It?

  For abdominal rejuvenation there are 4 types of abdomen anatomy. Type 1 is amenable to liposuction alone. Type 2 is best suited for a mini tummy tuck which takes out loose skin from below the belly button and does not address the upper abdomen. Type 3 is a limited situation where the belly button […]



Tummy Tuck Swelling; How Long Does It Last?

The operative swelling has a progressive resolution over time. Your best results should be more apparent at 3 to 6 months. More extensive surgery will often require longer time to achieve final results. This is also a great time to consider your nutritional choices and exercise program. Once you clear these with you plastic surgeon […]


Tummy Tuck Recovery

Recovery from your tummy tuck is both physical and emotional. The physical recovery is significant and blocking out time from work and ensuring that you have the right support system in place prior to undergoing surgery will promote your success in your transformation. Often is will take 4 weeks before you are able to resume […]


What Procedure Is Best for You in Terms of Abdominal Rejuvenation?

What option you choose to take is based on your anatomy and your desired outcomes. Some patient’s are concerned about keloid scars. Keloiding scars are often associated with individuals who are higher Fitzpatrick number. Meaning that patient’s with more melanin in their skin have darker skin and are more prone to keloiding. Some patient’s mistake […]



Breast Cancer Patient Education Act

The Breast Cancer Patient Education Act (BCPEA) of 2015 requires the Secretary of Health and Human Services to plan and implement an education campaign to inform breast cancer patients about the availability and coverage of breast reconstruction and other post-mastectomy options. Educational materials will inform women of their right to breast reconstruction under federal law […]


Breast Cancer Awareness

The staff wore pink today for Breast Cancer Awareness. The incidence of breast cancer continues to rise in the US. Early detection by regular mammograms and prompt evaluation by a breast cancer specialist if any new lumps are detected on self breast exams important for improving best outcomes.



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