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Timing and Evaluation For Breast Implant Replacement

Posted On: July 28, 2011 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Breast Implants, Breast Revision, Breast topics, Home

With the recent studies from the FDA in June 2011, findings indicated that women need to replace their saline and silicone implants on the average between 8 and 10 years.  Also, there are risks associated with rupture and scar tissue contracture over time.  These are specific concepts that we describe to the patients during the […]

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Plastic Surgery Tonight

Posted On: July 23, 2011 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Media

Dr Linder hosts New Trends in Hollywood plastic surgery tonight on ET CBS television July 22-23.  He discusses all the newest trends in facial and body sculpting procedures.  See whats new, improved, and hot on the Red Carpet!!!

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Tummy Tuck Recovery

Posted On: July 21, 2011 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Home

BEVERLY HILLS PLASTIC SURGERY Patients who undergo abdominoplasty or panniculectomy procedures should preoperatively be instructed on several precautions in order to prevent undue complications and risks.  With any surgery there are risks of bleeding and infection.  Bleeding is the most common complication after an abdominoplasty or tummy tuck.  This can be greatly reduced by not […]

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Correction of Severe Bottoming Out

Posted On: July 13, 2011 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Breast Implants, Breast Revision, Home

STYLE 45 SILICONE IMPLANTS The below patient presents with severe bottoming out where the implants have fallen significantly and the height distance from the bottom of the areola to the inframammary fold is greater than 13 cm.  The patient is a model and declines to have scars throughout her breasts other than the periareolar incision […]

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Difficult Breast Revision Case

Posted On: July 07, 2011 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Breast Revision, Breast topics, Home

Right double-bubble left bottoming out The preop photo shows the patient presenting from Missouri, having undergone three surgeries to correct the severe deformity of her breasts. The patient presently presents with a double-bubble deformity on the right breast with the implant on the right superiorly retropositioned, as can be seen on her preoperative photograph.  She […]

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Posted On: July 02, 2011 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Breast Augmentation, Breast Implants, Breast topics, Plastic Surgery

By definition, Pectus excavatum is a term describing an abnormal formation of the ribcage in which the distance from the sternum or the breast bone to the backbone or the vertebral column is reduced (decreased). This gives the chest a sunken in or caved in appearance. Women present to my office frequently desiring breast augmentation procedure with […]

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