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5 out of 5 stars Breast Implant Revision
Very experienced doctor and he understood the look I wanted and accomplished more than I expected. Very professional and courteous doctor
5 out of 5 stars Breast Reduction
Great PS and wonderful staff.
5 out of 5 stars Breast Lift with Implants
Dr Nassour is very professional, understanding and very accessible..... As is his staff.. They are friendly and they make you feel very comfortable. I have and will continue to recommend Dr Nassour to anyone who asks.
5 out of 5 stars Brow Lift
A 5 Star Experience. I recommend Dr. Nassour 100%
American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolMedical: MD, Texas Tech University HSC Lubbock, 1988
Post-Medical School TrainingResidencies:
General Surgery, Texas Tech University HSC, El Paso, TX, 1992
Plastic Surgery, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1994
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Hello and thank you for your question. You would need to stay home for a week only, since your work does not require heavy lifting. The amount of cc's... READ MORE
It will take up to a year for a final result. You might not notice at first but at the end of the year you will see your final result. READ MORE
Five years after augmentation with 250cc saline implants, issues with rippling/symmastia. What do you suggest? (Photo)
I recommend changing your implants to silicone in the submuscular position, You do not have a true synmastia, your bra in the photo is decieving. READ MORE
YES it will make you look heavier. You should either go with a smaller implant, lose weight or add liposuction to your procedure. READ MORE
It is unlikely that you will get any satisfactory results with the Brava Bra. You have a surgical problem that needs surgery to correct. READ MORE
That question is impossible to answer from the photos provided. I recommend having you and your surgeon do a SIZING appointment to determine the... READ MORE
If you have a fever or are feeling ill I would not wait,even if you have to go to the emergency room. If there is no fever and no drainage, keep the... READ MORE
2 to 3 weeks post op if the wounds are well healed, If there is still drainage wait until this stops. READ MORE
I'm 3 months post open rhinoplasty. There is a small lump near my columella. My PS says that it is a cartilage.
It is very possible that this could be cartlage. It could also be scar tissue or even a stitch. Have it checked, it could be an easy fix. READ MORE
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