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Correcting Breast Asymmetry: What are the Options?

Breast asymmetry is normal in the majority, if not all women. In the women who present for breast enhancement, breast asymmetry should be identified pre-operatively and discussed, but in most cases no correction is warranted. Breast asymmetry does move along a continuum of mild, moderate and severe, and it may vary in size and shape… Read More »




Can a Belly Button (Umbilical) Hernia be Repaired at the Same Time as an Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck)?

Umbilical or Belly Button hernias are common after pregnancy. During pregnancy the abdominal wall stretches in the midline to accommodate the growing baby. This can leave the abdominal wall with spreading in the midline which is referred to as a diastasis recti, and it can also stretch the umbilical ring which is a natural weakness… Read More »




Fillers Got Your Lips Down? Try a Lip Lift.

The upper lip can elongate with age and some dental procedures. This process causes thinning of the lip and vertical creases with loss of volume secondary to the lip rolling inwards as it lengthens. The knee jerk response to this problem is adding filler to the upper lip to give it more volume, such as… Read More »




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