Monthly Archives: September 2010

Thermage for loose tummy skin post C-section

4 Submitted by on Sun, 26 September 2010, 20:33
We had such interest and positive feedback on our “Lower Tummy after children” Q/A posting that I wanted to follow up with a before and after photo of a 26 year old patient who had loose tummy skin hanging over a C-section scar.  At the time of her treatment SmartLipo laser body  sculpting was not available.  She like many patients Continue Reading...
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SmartLipo in a Transplant patient.

4 Submitted by on Sun, 26 September 2010, 15:35
I was intrigued by a the below email inquiry by a kidney tranplant patient who lives on the east coast.  I was a transplant surgeon for 20 years and know that even with a successful transplant many patients struggle with how their bodies and faces change due to the anti-rejection medications such as steroids.  In fact in some young teenage Continue Reading...
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Lower Tummy after having children

24 Submitted by on Sun, 19 September 2010, 09:52
A common concern for women following childbirth is how to reclaim one’s lost lower abdominal contour without a tummy tuck.  The following question was presented to me through the KZST/KJZY Cosmetic Info Line. KZST/KJZY Cosmetic Info Line: Lower tummy after pregnancy (6 years ago) – what can I do?  ­­_________, we have many patients who have developed an increase in fat Continue Reading...
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Simply good for body & soul; My update

2 Submitted by on Mon, 06 September 2010, 16:52
Simply Good for Body and Soul So as I submit these blog posts I feel an obligation to practice what I preach.  So here’s my progress report based on an excerpt reprinted from my Facebook notes December 28, 2009.  Additional comments September 6, 2010 We are in the middle of the holiday season and 2010 is almost upon us. After all Continue Reading...
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Do it for yourself.

2 Submitted by on Sat, 04 September 2010, 10:13
In Eliza Drewa’s recent blog she explores what motivates women to seek cosmetic treatments.  Eliza actually rejects tha notion that  most women want perfection or the “plastic” look.  Not specifically delineated but what I decipher as an underlying theme is that we should not stand in judgment of others and their motivation to feel better about themselves. When we created our mission Continue Reading...
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