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5 out of 5 stars Breast Augmentation
Every since puberty, I felt that I missed the boob train. I've wanted this for a long time and so far I am so happy to have it done. It's taken a lot of research and patience (and savings), but the journey to get here was worth it! I am only one day post-op but I am confident that this was the right choice for me. I am 4 days post op and back to work! Feeling ok enough to get some basic...
5 out of 5 stars Breast Implant Revision
I finally decided to do a breast implant revision. I had saline tear drop implants done in 1998. One was perfect, the other one was like a baseball attached to my breast. After consulting with several doctors, I made my decision and moved forward. It was scary, at the age of 53, to undergo the surgery, But my doctor required numerous tests from my general doctor, and I was given the go ahead...
5 out of 5 stars Facelift
I was looking like my 82-year old aunt. (a bit of an exaggeration, but the resemblance was uncanny!) Even my mother (83) noticed the resemblance. I wanted to have a more youthful appearance. I interviewed four surgeons. Each was a one-hour consultation. I asked a lot of questions of each and I got some very good information. Prior to interviewing, I had watched videos of real facelift...
5 out of 5 stars Rhinoplasty
I have a preforated septum with a hole too large to repair. I noticed that my nose felt a lot softer, my nostrils collapsed when I inhaled and I had a slight saddleback deformity. My plastic surgeon was also a otolaryngologist and described the procedures to me clearly. My biggest concern was that my nose would look different - I like my small nose and couldn't imagine adding grafts without...
I had a facelift procedure and breast implant revision surgery in 2010 and am still enjoying the results of the surgery. The facelift erased the jowls and tightened my skin. My look is very natural and not "done". At the same time, Dr. Bray corrected previous breast implant surgery, which was performed by another doctor in 1997. My implants were asymmetrical and had hardened. Dr. Bray...
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: Colgate University
Medical: MD, Medical College of Virginia
Post-Medical School TrainingResidencies:
General Surgery, University of Maryland
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, University of Maryland
Plastic Surgery, The Methodist Hospital
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If there is pus draining from the wound then a culture can be performed. This will help determine the bacteria causing the infection as well as the... READ MORE
I call my tummy tuck patients the night of surgery and see them the following day. READ MORE
You may be able to find a surgeon who is "in network". If this is the case, the evaluation for the functional nasal concerns may be covered.... READ MORE
After breast augmentation the breast implants may appear elevated. Generally, the implants will settle into a more inferior position over time filling... READ MORE
At 4 months the nasal tip is still healing. Changes may occur in the nasal tip for many years. However if the nasal tip cartilages are asymmetric ... READ MORE
At one week postop, many temporary factors may influence the appearance of the nostrils including the cast, internal nasal splints, and swelling. It ... READ MORE
Spreader grafts are cartilage grafts placed between the dorsal septum and upper lateral cartilages. These grafts may be used to support the internal... READ MORE
In many cases, the slanted or crooked nose can be improved with nasal surgery. Identifying the underlying cause of the deviation is important. ... READ MORE
Yes, in most cases breast implants can be removed and replaced with new implants. Increasing size is also an option to discuss with your plastic surgeon. READ MORE
Will septoplasty make my nose normal again? As in, make it look like it used to before the deviated caudal septum?
A caudal septal deviation is a deviation of the septum near the opening of the nostril. Frequently a caudal septal deviation can be seen pro... READ MORE
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