Columbus Plastic Surgeon
85 McNaughten Rd, Suite 270
Columbus, Ohio 43213 US
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5 out of 5 stars Breast Implant Removal

Absolutely a great choice with Doctor Holland!

Doctor Holland has been wonderful during my whole experience with my concerns and issues with implants, explant procedure, capsulectomy and so on. He is patient, kind and knowledgeable! He helped me to understand as well as trust that I made the right choices for myself! Thank you! His staff was equally amazing!

5 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck

I've had a great experience!

After losing 45 pounds that i have kept off for 18 months i decided to undergo an Abdominoplasty with Liposuction. I am 12 days post-op and absolutely thrilled with my results. Drains removed today with ease. I have some swelling still but this is to be expected. I have had minimal pain, my incision looks great and am excited to see how I transform over the next several weeks. Thrilled...

5 out of 5 stars Breast Lift

Dr Holland was wonderful!!

From my very 1st appointment I loved him! He took all kinds of time with me and never rushed me. He answered every question in detail and was funny! He made my husband and I feel very comfortable. My husband and I talked about doing a breast lift and implants at the same time and he explained in detail why we should do them separate and said that after I see my own breast tissue in the lift...

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Best way to repair my damaged abdominal muscles? 13 months post c-section. separation from pubic bone to breast bone. (Photos)

In my experience this is from diastasis of the rectus muscles caused by stretching of the abdominal fascia. An abdominoplasty would tighten the fascia... READ MORE

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