plastic. Tuesday , April 17th , 2018 - 10:02:03 AM
While most plastic surgeons will outline the risks of having an elective surgical procedure performed, very few tend to speak directly to the issues regarding safety and post operative complications. Often, a surgeon will make a general statement regarding the risks of surgery, such as, "All surgery carries risks which includes, bleeding, infection, difficulty breathing, swelling, clotting, and other illnesses in a small percentage of patients," and then move directly into talking about the benefits of the procedure. Patients need to inform themselves of the actual risks associated with cosmetic surgical procedures, especially the risk of a stroke or cerebral vascular accident (CVA). As a physician, I understand that there is no value in frightening our patients without cause. Yet I still firmly believe that patients should never be too quick to decide on an elective surgical procedure without fully realizing the potential for devastating complications.
You are doing something good for the planet. When we lived in town we would regularly go to the recycling center, and though we were not fanatic about recycling everything, we would always separate out our milk jugs, paper board and card board. The kids would wonder how things were recycled, what happened to all those milk jugs? Well, now we know one way in which they are used, to make plastic Adirondack chairs, and it brings new meaning and excitement to recycling.
Perfect candidates for this procedure are women who have drooping breasts due to aging, childbearing, and weight loss. It was pioneered by Dr. Grant Stevens, a surgeon who practices in Southern California.
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