ASPS Plastic Surgery Vlog
Whether for reconstruction or aesthetic patients, implants are very useful in changing the volume and shape of the breast; however, implants should not be considered lifetime devices.
Breast lifts, unlike breast reductions or breast augmentations, can be a great option for women who struggle with flat or drooping-shaped breasts, downward pointed nipples, stretched out skin or unevenness.
On an office visit with ASPS member, Dr. Aviva Preminger, you'll get what's trending in plastic surgery, like radiofrequency-based devices for noninvasive fat removal. There's also the best skin care advice you'll ever receive and a reminder that honesty is the best policy.
How do you relate to your plastic surgeon? Their openness and understanding can be as important as their knowledge and experience. Sarah Dickie, MD, and Michelle Roughton, MD, give you a glimpse into the surgical and nonsurgical procedures they had and why they had them.
Dr. Raman Mahabir gives the skinny on plastic surgery in Phoenix and Scottsdale—procedure trends, common patient questions and, of course, patient safety advice.
The choices can be overwhelming: Saline or silicone? Anatomic or round? Is fat grafting an option? What about size and projection? How do ASPS members track the safety of implants? This vlog helps you sort through the clutter to create a meaningful dialogue with your plastic surgeon.
Fat grafting is such a popular way to volumize so many different parts of your body – buttocks, breast, hands and face. This patient had liposuction in her lower back to improve the contours of her abdomen and used the fat to help fill out her breast after having breast reconstruction surgery with an implant.
On the gridiron and inside a robotics lab—discover how plastic surgery cares for world-class athletes and advances movement and sensation for amputees.
What four things should you look for in a plastic surgeon? What are the most rewarding procedures? What three things should you do when visiting Austin, TX? ASPS member Scott Haydon, MD, tells you what's what in our latest vlog.
This breast augmentation procedure features a patient with asymmetry, size discrepancy and constricted lower pole. Follow along with ASPS member Jacob Unger, MD, as he takes you through the surgery.
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