This month’s case of the month patient demonstrates an important principle in Plastic Surgery – Scar versus Contour. No patient wants a scar. If there must be a scar, then it should be as short as possible. I agree, generally. The problem occurs when in our zeal to limit scar, the patient has a less… Read More »
The patient is a young man with gynecomastia. His stage III breast growth required a significant open approach, but other cases may only require liposuction with or without smaller incisions.
After a full year of sun damage, treat yourself to a Fotofacial with Intense Pulsed Light and Radiofrequency combination by Syneron Lasers. By the way, that’s topical anesthetic, not cream cheese, on Ronna’s face (our medical assistant) as she prepares for her treatment.