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Category Archives: Cosmetic Surgery

Beyond Tummy Tuck: The What and How of Mons Reduction Surgery

This is definitely a “below the belt” discussion. The mons pubis, a section of tissue that rests on top of the pubic bone, becomes a bother as it becomes enlarged with fat and accumulates sagging skin. The solution is a little-known procedure called a monsplasty or mons pubis reduction surgery that is often performed along with a tummy tuck. In … Read more

CHOOSING LIPO- All About Liposuction

Selectively removing fat, lumps and bumps. It’s an amazing thing. Liposuction (Lipoplasty) has reshaped more than the physiques of uncounted patients. It has changed the way people approach their personal goals for appearance and fitness. Is it right for everybody?  We have no hesitation telling you that people with unrealistic ideas about what surgery can do for them—should not have … Read more

COSMETIC SURGERY COSTS

*WARNING* – Sensitive Area :  We don’t mean a body part, or anatomical function of a delicate nature.  We’re talking about people’s finances. And there’s really no more delicate area than that. You’d love to have some nips or tucks or lifts. And you need to ask the single most popular question in all of Cosmetic Surgery:  “How much does it … Read more

Office Updates-Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Associates

Hello to all of you. We hope you and your families continue to stay healthy and well during this unprecedented time in our community, and the world at large. We’re sharing information with you, regarding some new protocols in place, in addition to our already-stringent medical procedures and precautions.  As a medical office, many of these precautions are already part … Read more

HEALING AT HOME- After Your Cosmetic Surgery

Most Cosmetic Surgery patients today, have their procedures on an out-patient basis. They go to the surgery center at the appointed time, and some hours later, they are home. Cosmetic Surgery is real surgery. However, most patients who choose to have these elective surgeries, are in good or excellent general health, allowing them to be released to ‘home care’ after … Read more

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