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5 out of 5 stars Drainless Tummy Tuck
Hi everyone, after visiting four wonderful doctors, I finally decided on Dr. Harlan Pollock to do my tummy tuck. To be honest, when I started my quest I wanted lipo and had no idea what a drainless tummy tuck was. I decided to chronical my experience in hopes it will help someone else decide. My reason for choosing drainless is because the claim is that recovery will be quicker and I...
5 out of 5 stars Facelift
Simply an amazing surgeon who puts an emphasis on quality and results. Takes his time to do it right and give you the facts to make your own decisions, nothing is rushed. Thrilled with him and his amazing staff. A true perfectionist! I had him do a breast augmentation in 1997 and it was true success and I still love them after all these years!
5 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
Dr. Pollock was very helpful and made every effort to meet my schedule requirements. Every aspect of my experience was first class. The office visits were pleasant and privacy was evidently a key concern for the doctor. The Texas Institute for Surgery was a first class experience as well. The wait time was minimal and every aspect of the process was executed with the utmost timeliness! Day...
5 out of 5 stars Breast Lift
After having three kids and losing quite a bit of weight, my body needed some help. Dr. Harlan Pollock performed a breast lift and the results are amazing! The recovery was easy and quick. My breasts look like I'm twenty years old again. The only con would be that I waited too long to have this done.
1 out of 5 stars Breast Implants
I had silicone gel breast augmentation surgery in 1976. After several manual procedures performed by the physician release contractures, my left implant ruptured in 1979 releasing silicone into the biceps and forearm tissue of my left arm. My physician told me this was impossible. Months later, he removed both gel implants, found both of them to be ruptured, and replaced them with saline...
American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: BS, Ohio State University
Medical: MD, Ohio State University
Post-Medical School TrainingResidencies:
General Surgery, Parkland Hospital
Plastic Surgery, Walter Reed General Hospital
Fellowship: Burn Surgery, US Army Burn Center
Treatments offered at Dallas and Allen Plastic Surgery
Most popular answers from Harlan Pollock, MD
The Certifying board for Plastic Surgery is the American Board of Plastic Surgery. There are ear nose and throat physicians,(ENT) who specialize in... READ MORE
Great result---..correction of the pectus excavatum.seems to have been effect and your breasts look very natural and will only improve with time..... ... READ MORE
Re: drainless extended abdominoplasty with lower abdomen lipo. What happens to the upper abdominal fat?
Your question implies that liposuction cannot be done in the upper abdomen during a Tummy tuck. This has not been our experience with TT using... READ MORE
The only meaningful financial quote and specific medical information is obtained at the time of a consultation with your "desired" surgeon. . While... READ MORE
A meaningful opinion requires a face to face consultation with an appropriate specialist and I strongly suggest you do so. You are focused on a... READ MORE
Toning abdominal muscles pre-operatively will not reduce the gap between the muscles, only surgery can do that. That said, the better toned your... READ MORE
I assume you are asking about tummy tucks, in regard to drains and compression.Frist, it is important to understand there is more than one approach... READ MORE
It is my opinion that Liposuction is an integral part of the abdominoplasty (TT), As liposuction permits the surgeon to improve the abdominal... READ MORE
Your pictures seem to indicate that additional weigh loss is unnecessary before having surgery. Limited liposuction is part of the TT procedure, and... READ MORE
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