Vascular Lymph Node Transfer

Vascular Lymph Node Transfer is a surgery to help cure lymphedema. Lymphedema is a condition that can be caused by different treatments for breast cancer, namely axillary node dissections (removing lymph nodes from the armpit that may have cancer cells in them) and radiation therapy (sometimes used to kill cancer cells in the armpit).... more

Tummy Tuck Surgery - Abdominoplasty

A tummy tuck, also called abdominoplasty, removes excess sagging fat and skin to improve the overall shape and tone of your body. In some cases it can also include tightening of the abdominal muscles as well. It is geared toward patients with a history of obesity and have lost at least 80 pounds with diet and exercise or gastric bypass, and is also popular procedure for those who have had children. Because of severe stretching from obesity or other factors, the abdomen loses its elasticity, and skin in this area becomes loose. Surgery becomes an option when reshaping these areas cannot be achieved by weight loss and exercise alone.... more

Body Contouring Surgery

Body contouring surgery after massive weight loss removes excess sagging fat and skin to improve the overall shape and tone of your body. It is geared toward patients with a history of obesity and have lost at least 80 pounds with diet and exercise or gastric bypass. Because of severe stretching from obesity, many areas of the skin lose elasticity. Common areas treated with body contouring are the abdomen, upper arms, breasts, hips, and buttocks. Additional areas that are sometimes also corrected include the neck, flanks, back, knees and ankles. Surgery becomes an option when reshaping these areas cannot be achieved by weight loss and exercise alone.... more

Arm Lift Surgery - Brachioplasty

Also called Brachioplasty, an upper arm lift involves removing excess skin and fat to regain a more toned appearance. It is geared toward patients with history of obesity who have lost a significant amount of weight, but also applies to patients who have lost skin elasticity to due to age, heredity or other factors.... more

Liposuction Surgery

Liposuction involves the removal of fat beneath the skin using a hollow metal tube that passed through the fatty tissue. The fatty tissue is then removed with the assistance of a powerful vacuum. Liposuction is a popular option for those who lack an even body tone due to small pockets of fat caused by aging, pregnancy, heredity or other factors, and this cannot be corrected with diet and exercise alone. Areas commonly treated include the abdomen, buttocks, thighs, hips, upper arms and neckline/chin area.... more

Liposuction and Tummy Tuck

Lipoabdominoplasty is a simply procedure that combines liposuction with a tummy tuck. This relatively new procedure first involves aggressive liposuction, where fat beneath the skin is removed using a hollow metal tube passed through the fatty tissue. The fatty tissue is then removed with the assistance of a powerful vacuum.... more

Labiaplasty

Labiaplasty (also labioplasty) is the surgical correction of the labia majora or labia minora. This surgery is to reduce the outward appearance of the labia, correct asymmetry, or in rarer cases, repair female genital issues or damage from childbirth. Vaginal cosmetic surgery is becoming more socially accepted and is performed nearly as often as procedures like tummy tucks and breast augmentations. The most common reasons for the surgery is reduce pain or discomfort while wearing tight clothing or playing sports, to reduce embarrassment about the appearance of the genitals, or to increase sexual function.... more