By Dr. Jennifer Walden, Austin, Texas
Thursday, July 26, 2012
It used to be that one would go to a salon simply to get one's hair and nails done, but these days salons offer all kinds of beauty treatments including cosmetic injectables and even more invasive procedures. The prices can be very cheap, but the results can be catastrophic.
By Dr. Melissa Crosby, Houston, Texas
Friday, July 20, 2012
Understanding your reconstructive options when you are considering or have had a partial mastectomy (or lumpectomy) is important. Partial mastectomy and lumpectomy are considered “breast-sparing surgery” or “breast conservation surgery” because there is an attempt to save as much healthy breast tissue as possible while removing the breast cancer.
By Dr. Roy Kim, San Francisco
Friday, July 13, 2012
Many myths surround the seemingly glamorous world of plastic surgery. But in fact, plastic surgery is a lot like every other medical specialty, with highly-trained physicians providing everything from reconstructive hand surgery to burn scar revisions. Here are the Top 5 Plastic Surgery Myths according to ASPS member and San Francisco plastic surgeon Dr. Roy Kim.
By Dr. Hatem Abou-Sayed, Palm Springs, Fla.
Monday, July 02, 2012
We are fond of saying that to become a great cosmetic surgeon, one must first be a great reconstructive surgeon. This is for several reasons.