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I first got implants in 1977 when I was 20. I was a AA/AAA and all nipple no breast or very little. It has been so long I do not remember what they looked like. Due to encapsulation I have had to have them redone in 82, 87 and 2006 twice! Now the right one has to be redone, again. It was the one that causes all the problems. They are now 350 and under the muscle. Since loosing 32 lbs they are...
5 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
My insurance works with his practice. I researched him and checked out his reviews. Beautiful work and so little pain. From his techniques. I've finally made it to the flat side!
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: Brown University
Medical: Washington University
Post-Medical School TrainingResidencies:
General Surgery, Ohio State University
Plastic Surgery, Ohio State University
Treatments offered at Bridge Breast & Aesthetic Surgery Center
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My Tummy Tuck incision opened up, my doctor wants me to pack it with gauze until it heals is that healthy?
Occasionally wound complications can occur with abdominoplasty. Conservative wound care with dressing changes usually will resolve the issue. Be sure... READ MORE
Botox is not appropriate as a filler. It can help with a "gummy smile" where the upper lip exposes the upper teeth. I would recommend Juvederm or... READ MORE
Nipple sensitivity after augment/mastopexy/reduction is a common occurrence and can last 6-8 weeks. It is uncommon for it to be persistent. READ MORE
5 days is way too early to judge size. I advise my patients that swelling should subside in 6-8 weeks and not to judge the final shape for at least 3... READ MORE
It is very important that you follow the instructions and advice of your plastic surgeon and follow his/her protocols. Although I do not tape my... READ MORE
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