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5 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
I'm a widow and I'd like to marry again...I'd also like to not have to weigh 100 lbs in order to have a decent waistline . I like to wear a 2 piece swimsuit to the pool and not feel selfconscious. I teach ballroom dancing and there are always mirrors around. I had a facelift in 2005 and I knew it was time to address my body.
5 out of 5 stars Mommy Makeover
Everything was excellent and I am completely happy with the results. Dr. Dorfman was so kind and very professional. I felt bad because my surgery was done during the holidays and I called him on a Saturday night with a concern and he answered my call and made arrangements to see me on Monday. I would recommend him to my family and friends.
5 out of 5 stars Breast Lift with Implants
I never imagined I'd have any kind of cosmetic or elective surgery - until I started to see the effects of time on my body. I am 44 years old and consider myself someone who takes fairly good care of herself however I began to notice my breasts were not as perky as they once were. I decided to look into treatment options which ultimately led me to Dr. Dorfman. I researched many doctors, but...
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: Psychobiology, University of California, Los Angeles
Dental: DDS, University of California, LA
Medical: MD, University of California, Davis
Post-Medical School TrainingResidencies:
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of California, San Francisco
General Surgery, University of California, San Francisco
Plastic Surgery, University of California, Davis
Fellowship: Craniofacial Surgery, Stanford University
Treatments offered at Advanced Skincare Surgery & MedCenter
Most popular answers from David Dorfman, MD
This is almost always from the pain medication that you are taking and that you received during surgery. Definitely use a stool softener to get ahead... READ MORE
Is the risk of implant rotation or displacement limited to the first few weeks? Or can it happen even years after the operation?
Implants can move anytime, but after the first few months it is extremely unlikely as the implant has formed a capsule around it which holds it in... READ MORE
It is possible your implants are under warranty, depending on which implants you have and the exact date they were implanted. If so, typically the... READ MORE
I'm going to need a full areola incision with the called cookie cutter, is that going to kill the nerves and lose sensitivity?
The incision itself around the nipple does not increase risk for loss of sensation, but the breast augmentation is what puts the nipple at risk.... READ MORE
A lift will definitely be a good procedure for you to get your nipple in a higher position which will project off of your chest, instead of facing... READ MORE
I do liposuction on almost all my tummy tucks, because along with removing all the loose skin and fixing the abdominal muscles, many patients have... READ MORE
I would encourage you to wait at least 2 weeks before soaking in the bath. I always am concerned with allowing "dirty" water to sit next to a wound... READ MORE
For one week out, even though the picture is dark, it appears to be a normal healing scar. Sometimes a bit of crusting forms at this point. Just give... READ MORE
You will have to have a consultation in person to discuss the positives and negatives of each. To get your best result as you described, you will... READ MORE
At 8 days you are not even close to your final result. You will soften and the swelling will go down quite a bit over the next few weeks. You will be... READ MORE
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