Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery is a surgical specialty involving the restoration, reconstruction, or alteration of the human body.

Hi Regina, thanks for the question and the post-op photo.There are several possible causes for ptosis that occurs after an upper blepharoplasty. I would start by comparing with the pre-op photo to see if there was any pre-existing ptosis and how m... Read Full Answer
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What is Gynaecomastia or Gynaecomastia Surgery?  Gynaecomastia is a condition of excess breast glandular tissue in males, likely caused by a hormonal imbalance. Some patients have underlying medical conditions or are taking medicat... Read Full Answer
Breast fillers were a popular alternative to breast implants several years ago. However, the high incidence of complication rates has resulted in most of these products being withdrawn from the market. If a patient does have residual filler mater... Read Full Answer
It depends on how big, and how deep the wound is.If the wound is small and superficial, the best option may be to allow it to heal by itself, facilitated by a good wound dressing. In some cases a split skin graft, which is a thin piece of skin tak... Read Full Answer
Here are some factors that affect the cost of the revision rhinoplasty: The complexity of the surgery Length of the surgery The number of deformities that require correction Meanwhile, here are the factors that affect the success rate of t... Read Full Answer
The key differences between using self cartilage and foreign material such as a silicone implant are: Infection risk Minimal with the use of cartilage; approx 1% with the use of silicone implant Extrusion (implant coming out) risk No risk with... Read Full Answer
Advantages A softer and more adaptable gel, which results in a more natural appearance when standing and lying down, with movement and softness more similar to natural breast tissue. The softer gel makes inserting the implants possible thro... Read Full Answer
Elongation of the tip depends on the direction and degree of elongation required. Often, mild elongation can typically be achieved either non-surgically or minimally invasive surgery. For non-surgically surgery, the doctor may recommend you use ... Read Full Answer
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An uneven nose is usually a layman's description of a hump nose. Sometimes it is also used to describe a crooked nose. A dorsal hump refers to an obvious convexity on the bridge of the nose that gives the appearance of a hump on the nose on profil... Read Full Answer