Monthly Archives: September 2011

Suffering from Constricted Breathing? Rhinoplasty May Help

Many of my patients in Dallas considering rhinoplasty want the procedure in order to achieve a more appealing nasal shape. In some cases, however, nose surgery also has helped them to breathe more easily, enhancing both the form of their nose and its functionality. Concerns That Nose Surgery Might Help If you experience any of the following symptoms, you may…

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How to Choose the Best Plastic Surgeon for You

When you’re considering different plastic surgeons in Dallas, you may wonder what criteria you should use to help guide your decision. Here are a few of the specific areas I think are most helpful to consider when choosing a plastic surgeon. 1. Board-certification. Legally, any doctor can offer cosmetic surgery – even if they are not a trained plastic surgeon.…

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Breast Reduction Basics

Women with overly large breasts may experience physical problems such as back, shoulder, and neck pain in addition to feeling self-conscious about participating in athletic activities. Understanding the techniques and benefits of a breast reduction can help you decide if it’s right for you. When I perform breast reduction surgery, I typically make an incision that resembles an anchor shape:…

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Fillers and Facelifts: Things You Should Know

Can you substitute dermal fillers for a facelift? Patients sometimes ask me this question about concerns such as facial wrinkles and sagging skin on the jowl. Although dermal fillers can add volume to the face and volume to the lips, the results are not permanent. Additionally, if you have sagging skin on the lower face, jaw, or neck like many…

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The Truth about Tummy Tuck Procedures

Women and men often consider tummy tuck in Indiana to achieve flat and toned abdomens. Learning more about this procedure can help you decide if it’s right for you. After performing a horizontal incision in the area between the pubic hairline and navel, the surgeon removes excess fat and skin. In addition, if the patient has lax abdominal muscles, the…

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