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I have used this forum to educate myself and help me make a decision to have my implants removed. My saline implants are hard although after being examined are not incapsulated. (I think that's the right term, sorry) My plastic surgeon is going to perform an in office procedure on Wednesday. He will remove/drain the saline from my silicone implants, basically deflating them. I will wear a...
5 out of 5 stars Breast Reduction
I was a 38H before my reduction, and now I expect I will be a 38C. I was very nervous before my surgery, but it has been much better than I expected. I'm one day post-op and the pain is not too bad at all. I'm taking my pain medication every 4 hours, so I'm sure that makes a big difference, but even still it really isn't that bad. I had a follow up appointment today, and the PS changed my...
I had a tummy tuck just a week ago. I eat right and exercise but have never been able to get rid of that tummy from my c section 18 years ago. So I finally did it. I have a lot of swelling, but I can already tell how flat my tummy is going to be. I am glad I had it done. This will balance out my body and help me look like the athlete I am.
American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
Canadian Society of Plastic Surgeons (CSPS)
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: BSc, University of New Brunswick, 1984
Medical: MD, Dalhousie University School of Medicine, 1988
Post-Medical School TrainingResidency: Plastic Surgery, Dalhousie University, 1993
Fellowship: Hand and Microsurgery, University of Alabama, Birmingham, 1995
Treatments offered at Panama City Plastic Surgery
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This is a common area of discussion. Breast implants placed partially under the pectoralis muscle generally have a more natural appearance. There are... READ MORE
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