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Case of the Month – April 2017 – Abdominoplasty

The patient is a woman who was dissatisfied with her abdomen which she could not improve despite good diet and exercise habits.  Extra tissue removal and abdominal wall tightening with full abdominoplasty gave her the improvement she desired. Mark D. Wigod, MD, FACS, providing Cosmetic and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery to Boise, Meridian, Treasure Valley and …

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Web Log – April 2017 – Cosmetic Surgery Statistics for 2016

Every year, the plastic surgery societies collect information on who is getting what procedure, how often they are getting it, and how much are they paying for it.  For your entertainment, here is some of that information.  I tend to do less liposuction by itself and instead combine it with abdominoplasties, but otherwise the procedure …

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Web Log – March 2017 – Real Plastic Surgery Celebrity

I am occasionally asked about a “world famous” plastic surgeon promoting the latest technique, and I rarely know anything about him or her.  It is unfortunate that the general public never learns about the real celebrities in Plastic Surgery – those who have a record of teaching, researching, academic publishing, innovating, and leading the specialty …

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Case of the Month – March 2017 – Gynecomastia Reduction

The patient is a man in his late 60’s who has stage IV gynecomastia post large weight loss surgery.  He has gynecomastia reduction with an inframammary fold incision and nipple grafting.  The incision line is extended laterally and curved up towards the axilla (armpit) to maximize chest flattening. Mark D. Wigod, MD, FACS, providing Cosmetic …

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Case of the Month – February 2017 – Body Builder / Fitness Breast Augmentation

I have seen a number of body builder / fitness lifestyle patients for breast augmentation.  They are often concerned about implant placement and implant type.  I advised placing the implants under the muscle with proper releases of breast attachments.  There is a risk of animation (movement with pectoralis muscle contraction), but there is a relatively …

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