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PAH & Coolsculpting

Fat cells which are treated with cryolipolysis are induced to a state of cell death called apoptosis. This usually takes about 3 months to be fully realized. In a very small number of patients it is almost as if the reverse occurs. In practices that do many procedures this is more likely to be seen. […]


Double Bubble Can Be Trouble

Micromastia (small breasts) with breast ptosis (droop) can be one of the most challenging aesthetic procedures for plastic surgeons. Often the footprint of the breast needs to be lowered to accommodate the implant and then the breast tissue and nipple position are shifted based on the new breast mound. As most breasts are not identical […]


Filler or Fat

​Often patients will ask for volume replacement in their face to erase sun damage or years of damage from mimetic muscle injury to the soft tissue. Of course the quickest and least amount of down time would be a filler. This is a very good option sand will last many months. However, ultimately the bodies […]



Drainless vs Drain Tummy Tuck

The traditional procedure for a tummy tuck involves using drains. As plastic surgery residents training more often than not utilizes the most conservative techniques. As such using a drain generates suction force which draws of the fluid which can accumulate following a tummy tuck. However, leaders in the field of plastic surgery in Brazil pioneered […]






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