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Category: Plastic Surgery

Staying Up-to-Date With Plastic Surgery Lectures, Meetings, and Friends

Posted On: September 06, 2023 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

2 Minute Read: Over the past year, I have had the privilege to attend many plastic surgery and aesthetic meetings and lectures around the country, including: During these meetings, I had the opportunity to attend plastic surgery lectures on the newest techniques, latest products, and newest equipment available. Plastic surgery is continuously evolving, and I […]

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Continuing Education in Plastic Surgery

Posted On: November 04, 2022 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

1 Minute Read: This past weekend I attended the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) meeting in Boston, Massachusetts. The ASPS is the world’s largest plastic surgery specialty organization, and I have had the privilege to have been a member for over twenty years. This annual meeting aims to expand knowledge, share our expertise with […]

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What Should You Expect During Your Panniculectomy?

Posted On: April 05, 2022 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

Patients requiring panniculectomy surgery show up weekly to my Beverly Hills office. The majority of these patients have had significant weight loss, some well over 150 pounds or half their entire body weight. A significant proportion of these men and women also have had gastric bypass surgery, including Roux-en-Y, weight loss procedures and now the […]

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Correcting Severe Bottoming Out

Posted On: November 08, 2021 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

 2 Minute Read: Repaired by Internal Capsulorrhaphy of the Inframammary Fold This patient presented with severe scar tissue contracture of the entire collapse of the upper pole of her right breast, causing lowering of the implant with the implant approximately 1.25 inches lower on the right than the left. Not only are her implants too […]

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Utilizing a Time-Out Before Every Surgical Procedure

Posted On: September 02, 2021 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

1 Minute Read: Dr. Linder explains what the time-out process is before surgery. The surgical “time-out” represents the last part of the Universal Protocol. This is always performed in the operating room immediately before the planned procedure is initiated.   Before we start surgery on a patient, the operating nurse — or the surgeon — will […]

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Posted On: December 07, 2020 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

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 […]

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Posted On: October 21, 2020 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

We perform abdominoplasty and tummy tuck procedures weekly in our Beverly Hills Surgery Center as our patients undergoing complete mommy makeover reconstruction, including augmentation, breast enhancement, mastopexy, body lipo contouring and abdominoplasty. The perfect tummy tuck requires multiple steps during the surgical procedure. The first step includes the incision site being made near the inferior position above […]

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Specific Areas That Liposuction Can Treat

Posted On: January 03, 2020 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

Liposuction is a surgical procedure that uses a suction technique to remove fat from specific areas on the body. Liposuction is most commonly used to treat the abdominal area. However, below are other areas of the body that are sometimes overlooked where liposuction can really help to shape and contour. 1. BRA BULGE Bra buldge […]

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Posted On: December 17, 2019 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

Criteria for Board Certification with the American Board of Plastic Surgery In order to become a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, the physician must first graduate from an accredited medical school, complete at least five years of additional training as a resident surgeon with a program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Medical Education or the […]

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