Mariam Awada, MD, FACS
Mariam Awada, MD, FACS, is an ASPS Member plastic surgeon who is board certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery® and trained specifically in plastic surgery. ASPS members operate only in accredited medical facilities, adhere to a strict code of ethics and fulfill continuing medical education requirements in plastic surgery, including training in patient safety techniques. As your medical partner, Dr. Awada is dedicated to working with you to achieve your goals.
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Meet Dr. Mariam Awada
Dr. Awada and her staff welcome you and hope to provide you with helpful information about the cosmetic surgery you are considering. From a woman's perspective, Dr. Awada will contribute her knowledge and expertise to bringing out the beauty within you. She acquired extensive training in all facets of plastic surgery and has been performing cosmetic surgery for the past 20years. She has dedicated herself to provide you with the utmost compassionate and satisfying patient care and the most amazing results. She is a recognized expert in cosmetic surgery, including breast augmentation, breast lifts, breast implant removal and replacement, and mommy makeover. She uses the most advanced limited incisions for her procedures and performs both liquid nonsurgical face and neck lifts as well as advanced rhinoplasty.Take a look at her before and after photos please and schedule your appointment online. We look forward to helping you look and feel great.
Dr. Mariam Awada, a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon offers cosmetic consultations. After a thorough discussion and examination, Dr. Awada will make specific recommendations and she will answer all of your questions. In addition to addressing your concerns, you will have an opportunity to view her before and after photo gallery. The patient coordinators will provide you with an exact quote for the desired procedure and assist you with financing if needed.
Dr. Awada performs the majority of her cosmetic surgery onsite at her fully AAAASF accredited Michigan Cosmetic Surgery Center and Beaumont hospital. Her surgical team have been with her for years including her anesthesia, preoperative nursing and surgical assistants. In addition to personalized care, your family members will have cellular phone and the OR nurse will make certain to keep them informed of your surgical progress and updates. You can also enjoy the most advanced cosmetic Laser Center treatments, Skin Tightening, and Nonsurgical fat removal at the same Cosmetic Center to fulfill all of your needs. Surgeries may also be performed at the hospital and you will determine what is right for you with Dr. Awada.
Breast Implant Removal
Breast Implant Removal
Breast Implant Revision
Cosmetic Surgery & Computer Imaging
Male Breast Reduction
Male Chest Implants
Ask a Surgeon
Dr. Mariam Awada participates in the ASPS Ask A Surgeon service. View responses to public questions below.
Neck liftArm Lift
Hello, The type of neck lift performed varies in complexity as it will also vary in cost. Sometimes the skin can be tightened non surgically to more invasive having your muscles tightened and skin cut out surgically. Meet with a few board certified plastic surgeons and share your concerns so they will make appropriate recommendations to specifically address what you want and give you an exact quote for the procedure that is recommended.
Too small after Breast ReductionBreast Augmentation
Hello Ms Nicole, I am sorry you are unhappy with your size. Focus positive energy on healing as best as possible and recovering from a major surgery. Give yourself time to live with your new breast size before convincing yourself you need to change anything. I recommend waiting a year to allow your scars to heal and breasts to settle . At that point you can determine where you want more volume if that is still the case. Breast implants and fat are the main options you have to add volume.
How much pain can you expect after a breast augmentation surgery?Breast Augmentation
Hello Ms Quebec, The discomfort after breast augmentation varies between persons and surgeons. My patients do great with a long weekend off to rest and ice. The discomfort can be treated with nonopiod medications and if you are hesitant to have the procedure there are alternatives. In addition try to find a surgeon who takes time to handle your tissues with gentle care as well as makes time to place numbing in your pocket and tissues. You should not need strong pain medication after one week and most patients use it for the first few days so if you need it fill it and use it then throw out what is left once your recovered. Opiod is usually an issue with chronic pain but not an issue with breast augmentation. Always share your concern with your surgeon. Best of luck!
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