Plastic Surgery Blog in Voorhees, NJ and South Jersey

How Does 3D Imaging Actually Work?

May 2, 2017

Thanks to 3D imaging technology, plastic surgeons and patients can now see a predicted outcome of a procedure well before surgery. A type of computer simulation, Vectra 3D imaging shows a possible result during the very first consultation. Here’s what to expect. Creating a Three-Dimensional Image As you are guided to our consultation room, you […]

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What Are Your Options for Facial Implants?

April 25, 2017

Facial implants are created to enhance the contours of a person’s face. There are many reasons why patients choose facial implants. Whatever the reasoning, there are several options to choose from depending on the desired results. Here’s a look at the top three: 1. Chin Implants The chin is an integral part of the face’s […]

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Taking Care of a Tummy Tuck After Surgery

April 21, 2017

It has been said that the recovery period following a plastic surgery procedure is just as important (if not more important) as the surgery itself. In the case of a tummy tuck recovery, healing will go more smoothly if the patient is informed and willing to comply completely with the post-operative instructions we provide. Here […]

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How to Recognize Capsular Contracture

April 4, 2017

For most patients, a breast implant surgery involves minimal complications. A common occurrence (which is becoming less common with advanced techniques and modern technology) is a capsular contracture, which is when scar tissue forms in and around the implant. The feeling of a hardened breast, with or without pain, is a reason to further investigate […]

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6 Important Questions to Ask Before Rhinoplasty

March 21, 2017

Rhinoplasty is an important decision. Before moving forward with this procedure, consult with a rhinoplasty surgeon to have questions answered, and to get facts and statistics regarding this operation. Is the Surgery Painful? Because this surgery involves the nose and nasal passages, some degree of pain is expected during recovery. Most patients manage this pain […]

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