James W. Ward, MD (retired)
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5 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
Dr. James Ward has a terrific bedside manner. He is honest in what he can accomplish for you and what would not be a good choice. I personally knew his surgical nurse she recommended him highly which was an added bonus. He goes over the procedure with you, answers all your questions. Takes all the time you need. My results were far better that all the pictures I have seen on the internet so I was just so amazed to see my results. He is retiring in March! I had hoped to get a face lift before he retired will have to try and work that in my budget quickly. Have a lot of respect for Dr. Ward and a lot of faith in him.
5 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
Looking to improve my self esteem.. This is something for me. . I have 3 beautiful Children but I'm not going to have any more. . So it's time to work on me and improving areas that are well over do. . My goal is to start over again And maintain my new improved shape. . Is been a while since I've seen a size 7or 9... I think I'm too hard on myself but I know this has to happen and I'm truly...
5 out of 5 stars Breast Reduction
Everything went smooth. BCBS paid for my surgery.
Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS)
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: Texas Christian University
Medical: MD, University of Texas Medical Branch
Post-Medical School TrainingResidencies:
General Surgery, University of Texas Health Science Center
Plastic Surgery, University of Texas Medical Branch
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If you want a chance to have a flat tummy like you show on the "sucking in" photo, then you need a full abdominoplasty. Only the full version can... READ MORE
There are a number of incisions for breast lifts, each appropriate for a specific situation. The more ptotic (saggy) the breast, the more likely a... READ MORE
My Breasts Are Not the Same Size After Breast Lift with Silicone Augmentation, Do I Need a Revision?
Relax. Six days post-op is way too early to draw conclusions about the final result of your surgery. There can be differences in the amount of... READ MORE
I will just add that you should get implants with a lift only if you want additional volume. It sounds obvious, but I've seen numerous patients... READ MORE
I think the first surgeon's recommendation is better. You have a degree of ptosis (sagginess) that can't be corrected with just impants (or a... READ MORE
At three weeks post-op, some numbness and discomfort is expected. The soreness should resolve over the next three weeks. It may take as long as 6... READ MORE
The procedure to add or remove saline from a saline implant is pretty straightforward and generally won't compromise the implant. If the implant is... READ MORE
Frankly, I don't see a need for any "tucking" in the photos posted. With the exception of a slight bit of hooding of the navel, your... READ MORE
Without knowing your breast diameter or seeing your breasts currently, I can't say for sure about the specific implant size you would like to go... READ MORE