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5 out of 5 stars Laser Liposuction
Nurse Lisa, Jen, Jamie, Dr. Gilbert, the Sonobello nurses, and all of the staff made a dream a reality for me a week ago. My waist and abdomen are beginning to reveal what I knew in my mind would be what I had visualized. The overall experience began with excitement and ended with the most joyous and rewarding feeling. I am still a little sore, 7 days later. But, by day 4, I was back at work,...
5 out of 5 stars Mole Removal
Doctor Kenneth Gilbert is great doctor. I have had 2 facial moles removed by him over the years. Quick scheduling of office appointments & quick scheduling for the procedure. It was 2 weeks total from making an appointment to see him and the actual mole removal. Pain free & just great work all around.
5 out of 5 stars Mohs Surgery
Dr. Gilbert removed basal cell carcinoma from the inside corner of my eye near my eyelid and stitched the wound. There was absolutely no scarring or visible evidence of stitches. When I tell people that I had the basal cell removed, they look at the spot they always comment about what a great job he did. My dermatologist was very impressed!
5 out of 5 stars Breast Reduction
After having my daughter almost 5 years ago, I went up to a size 38 ddd. Prior to having her, I was a 36 c. I hated everything about having huge breast. None of my clothes fit right, the sweat under the breast, and just uncomfortable overall. So, I decided that it was time to look into a breast reduction. It has been almost 6 weeks since the surgery. I am so pleased with the results! I feal...
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: University of Washington
Medical: MD, George Washington University Medical School
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: General Surgery, Swedish Hospital Medical Center in Seattle
General Surgery, Swedish Hospital Medical Center in Seattle
Plastic Surgery, Boston University Medical Center
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Yes, I would agree - not bone. A graft of some softer material would be needed - cartilage or fascia would be best, possibly an acellular dermal graft... READ MORE
I tell patients that scar treatment can begin as soon as the incision is healed. Topical agents may, or may not, be benficial but are not harmful. No... READ MORE
Facial sutures generally are removed in 5-7 days. The concern with leaving them in longer is the development of suture marks ("cross... READ MORE
I recommend that patients achieve desired weight loss before abdominoplasty. This will help attain the best cosmetic result. If your weight has been... READ MORE
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