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5 out of 5 stars Breast Implant Removal
My breast implants had become uncomfortable and at 56 years old I had began to feel that my appearance had become unprofessional and unnatural. I wanted the implants removed to feel more comfortable with my body and self image. The implants had encapsulated over time and caused major discomfort during annual mammograms.
5 out of 5 stars Breast Reduction
Dr. Madjidi is a wonderful plastic surgeon. I had a breast reduction and the entire procedure went very smoothly. I was given excellent pre-op and post-op instructions, and understood what the procedure and recovery would entail. Dr. Madjidi is very caring and warm, and you can tell she really cares about her patients. She is very prompt and minimizes patient wait time. I had an overall...
5 out of 5 stars Breast Implants
I absolutely recommend Dr. Madjidi! I've been self-conscious about my breasts since puberty because of asymmetry and large areolas, but this summer, I finally decided to go and see a plastic surgeon about correctional surgery. As soon as I had my consultation, I felt so much better. She educated me about what was actually going on (I had tuberous breasts) and helped me decide on implants that...
5 out of 5 stars ThermiTight
Wanted to look good as i age as other women and men do. To firm and tone and look my best. Just got it done and continuing to heal and see improvement. So far still in the early stages. Still a littel numb and swollen,but looking better all the time. I highley recommend her to evryone for all there services.
5 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
I had many, many surgeries during my years of infertility and many many scars. I had an emergency appendectomy in December 2011 and fell, shortly after the surgery and developed a large hernia. The hernia repair was essential and the hernia doctor recommended Dr Madjidi to assist and repair the stomach wall and perform a tummy tuck at the same time. Dr Madjidi was amazing. Her bed-side manner...
5 out of 5 stars Breast Implant Revision
I'm very happy with the outcome, it had been 18 years since my last implant surgery, and this time I had silicone implants to replace the saline. The challenge was I was born with the left breast smaller than the right one because of lack of the pectoral muscle, so they had to make the right one smaller by making the anchor incision to remove skin. Also she removed some fat from my belly to...
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Hi, They do not seem to be tuberous from these pictures, just small. 400cc seem to be too large, however, we need to measure your breast more... READ MORE
Of course it is! There is no 100% guaranty for the result. However, if you have any previous scars, it is very likely that you will make the same type... READ MORE
Long term, you need to counter gravity. Your breasts are heavier because of the implants and there is more pull on the skin and as we age, skin and... READ MORE
Each surgeon has her/his own post op regimen for breast augmentation based on the technique they are comfortable with. For me, I make my patients wear... READ MORE
Typically, how much does it cost to get liposuction on extra areas when you are getting a tummy tuck?
It depends on the surgeon and how many areas are suctioned. It usually goes by how much time is needed to do the job. Some patients need liposuction... READ MORE
Is there a type of sutters (stitch materials) used for abdominal muscles that can be absorbed by the body?
It depends on surgeon's preferences and what gives her the best results. In my hands, non absorbable sutures work well and that's what I use for all... READ MORE
I have a 6 inch opening that still hasn't healed 5 1/2 weeks after tummy tuck. Is this normal? (Photo)
Looks like that you have some necrosis of wound edges. When this happen, although long, it is best to do regular wound care and weekly follow-ups with... READ MORE
Upper pole fullness doesn't come with just going wider with the implant. It comes with the projection of the implant which means how much the breast... READ MORE
Congratulations for the new baby! Six months is a good amount of time for your body to recover from all of the changes and be ready for a new change. READ MORE
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