Richard W. Dabb, MD (retired)
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5 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
I've been the girl with the flat tummy, then not, then again, then DEFINITELY not. My family has, what I not-so-lovingly refer to as (dun, dun, dunnnnn...) the "hereditary gut". We all have an average height and build, meaning thin legs and arms, but with a big belly. I just couldn't lose that gut! I was running 5x a week with an average of 15-20 miles a week, watching what I ate, but no luck....
5 out of 5 stars Drainless Tummy Tuck
After my son (second child) was born in 2007, my belly was never the same. I always looked 4 months pregnant, regardless of diet and exercise. After my third and last child was born last November, I was more than ready to get everything put back together. I had a large umbilical hernia which required repair, and there was no way I was going in for that and not doing the whole thing! ...
1 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
I had an hernia but this doctor left me in a bad condition. I take the hernia any time now
5 out of 5 stars MACS Facelift
I had a MACS lift with autologous fat grafting 4 days ago. 9/21/2011. This is a face lift with some of my own fat injected into my chin. I just turned 49 and am planning some major life changes. I hope this will give me the confidence I need. I'm hoping that a more youthful appearance will give me an edge in the job market. My face looks lopsided and is still swollen. I do feel better...
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