Leonard Prutsok, MD
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I had my first doctor visit yesterday and already decided that I like the plastic surgeon. He took his time with me and was very nice. I was told I will have surgery in about 2 months. I need to have a mammogram first. I've never had one. I've been reading previous reviews. Thank you ladies for your reviews. It has made me more sure of my decision. I'm scheduled for my breast...
5 out of 5 stars Breast Implant Revision
I'm in my mid-40s, married with 3 children. My saline implant were 16 years old. L side ruptured so I had an unexpected procedure. My previous surgeon had retired so I consulted with 2 surgeons. I decided to have the same size and just a tad bit fuller. I had 300cc saline, new implants are Natrelle 339cc and opted for no lift. It's been 2 weeks and I think I should have had a breast...
5 out of 5 stars Breast Reduction
Since all of the posts before me helped me in many ways, I thought it is time to write mine. Not ready to send pics yet but here is my story...... I'm 45 mother of 2. I've always had large breast to the point I was called Dollie in high school. I reached size 38dd but spilling out. Refused to buy larger size. Also lefty was larger than the rt. I was refused by insurance about a year ago then...
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolMedical: MD, West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, WV
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: Naval Hospital, San Diego, CA
Residency: General Surgery, West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, West Virginia
Fellowship: Plastic Surgery, University of Floirida College of Medicine, Gainsville, FL
Treatments offered at CHOC Children's
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I've been stressing about this for 2 months. Size implants for the natural look for my 5ft 7, 228 pounds frame. (Photo)
I think you meant for your weight to be listed as 128 for your fit frame. If that is the case your breasts look very good for the photo that you... READ MORE
The congential nevus is hard to treat and the process generally involves the placement of tissue expanders. The tissue expanders stretch the skin.... READ MORE
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