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Ear Keloid Information from Dr. Norman Bakshandeh Day FACS

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INSURANCE DOES COVER SOME PROCEDURES AND CONSULTATIONS...Scars can make a person feel self-conscious and embarrassed, especially when spring/summer comes around. Not anymore, Dr. Bakshandeh Day specializes in techniques to remove lipomas, cysts,and keloids. These are considered medically necessary procedures that are largely covered by insurance. Call Dr. Bakshandeh Day in the #Brooklyn office 718 246 0130 or in the #Manhattan office 212 289 9191 #nomorecoverups #spring #summerready #skingoals #oldscars #keloid #newyorkplasticsurgeon #brooklyn #parkave #newyork #confidence
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Dr. Bakshandeh Day provides the IDEAL® Structured Breast Implant to his patients in the New York area. Please call the Brooklyn office 718 246 0130 or the Manhattan office 212 289 9191 to learn more about the revolutionary new breast implant design. #naturalresults #fullerbreasts #improved #bodygoals #newyorkplasticsurgeon #IdealBreast #beachbody #salinefilled


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Rhinoplasty I

The timing for any elective procedure is a very personal decision and can be based on a multitude of factors. Rhinoplasty is an elective procedure performed to enhance the shape and size of the nose. Just like the rest of the body the nose grows and changes as one goes from childhood to teens and maturity. The nose changes even as we get older.

Most of the changes in nose happen as children grow into their teens and maturity. The final growth of the nose is complete physically by around 15-17 years of age. This is a good time to contemplate your Rhinoplasty. You can have a Rhinoplasty at any time after the age of 15-17 years when the nasal growth is completed.

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2016-07-13
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Plastic surgeons and cosmetic surgeons are not the same. Plastic surgeons are far better trained and have the ability to navigate difficult problems or situations that can arise during any surgical procedure. It is a myth propagated by cosmetic surgeons that they are equally or more qualified than plastic surgeons to perform what we call plastic surgery or what they call cosmetic surgery. The origin of plastic surgery comes from the Greek word PLASTOS which means to reshape or mold. And this is what the plastic surgeon does, whether the procedure is for aesthetic reasons or for reconstructive purposes.

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Sometimes simply dieting and exercising are not enough to take care of waistline problems. In such cases, a patient may wish to consider a tummy tuck (or abdominoplasty). A tummy tuck is the surgical removal of excess skin or fatty deposits from the abdomen, along with the repositioning of abdomen muscles into a tighter formation. This bodily enhancement procedure is designed for those who wish to have a flatter and tighter stomach. It is also helpful in remedying the vertical separation of abdomen muscles known as diastasis, which can occur following pregnancy.

Reasons for Considering an Abdominoplasty:
- Inability of dieting and exercise to improve the abdomen area.
- Excessive accumulation of skin following weight loss.
- Loss of skin elasticity or diastasis (loose abdomen muscles) due to pregnancy.
_The removal of unsightly skin and fat deposits as well as the proper alignment of the abdomen muscles to produce a more flattering look.

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In a recent article in the Huffington Post, Antonia Mariconda wrote,"I'm tired of seeing 'cosmetic surgery shaming' on a daily basis in the media, why can't people get over the fact that there is nothing newsworthy in a celebrity that has had a nip or tuck or tweak?"

She continues, "We aren't strangers to the number of negative characteristics that are attributed with both women and men who dare to go under the knife. Although, cosmetic surgery is now more accepted than ever before, a large number of people are still willing to name-call people who have done it."

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Revision surgery for breast implants is common. A frequent question all patients ask prior to having breast augmentation is how long my surgery will last. Unfortunately there is no clear cut answer. Revision surgery can happen for various reasons. There are patients that have the same set of implants their whole lives and they are comfortable with them. Others may not be happy with the way their bodies are aging and wish to have them revised. And a small subgroup may develop problems with their implants with aging and the progression of time.

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Earlier this year, actress Ariel Winter from Modern Family underwent breast reduction surgery, a decision that came about after years of back pain and discomfort growing up in the spotlight.

Her quote via Glamour Magazine:

"It's hard when you're a teenage girl and you already have a lot of ridicule and then you pile on more, and it's kind of…it just gets too much," Winter said. "We live in a day and age where everything you do is ridiculed. The Internet bullies are awful. I could post a photo where I feel good, and 500 people will comment about how fat I am, and that I am disgusting. On [red carpets], I just said to myself, 'You have to do your best to look confident and stand up tall, and make yourself look as good as you can in these photos,' because everyone is going to see them. I definitely seemed confident; I'm an actress, that's what we do. But on the inside, I wasn't feeling so happy."

Now, Winter says she's exactly as she's "supposed to be."

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This article brings up some interesting points. Activity should not be confused with exercise. The worst thing you can do after surgery is to not be active. Just moving from bed to chair or walking around the apartment or home is enough activity to promote deep breathing which fills your lungs up with air and prevents respiratory infections and fever. This also promotes better circulation and prevents you from forming clots in the legs. However the body also needs rest in order to heal. The incisions which are meticulously sewed need around three weeks to be strong enough to withstand the pulling pushing of vigorous exercise. The incisions are not sewn together with rope, they are typically small sutures.therefore we need time for the incisions to gain strength.

Finally last but not least swelling needs to resolve. Swelling is a normal process and is necessary for healing. The body naturally increases blood flow to areas of injury to promote healing However, there is a difference between the amount of blood flow the body promotes for healing and the increase in blood flow caused by vigorous exercise. The best way to understand this is that if exercise causes a rise in the pulse rate and body temperature this in not the vigor of level of exercise that you want when the body for healing. At this level of exercise the body is working to keep cool and the blood flow to the skin is increased multiple fold. This will actually increase the swelling in areas that are healing. Exercise and sweat are great for conditioning, not great for the post operative healing period.Lastly, surgery is stressful and you will need to gradually work your body back to the same level of conditioning pre-surgery. However the benefits of those who are in good shape are that they will regain this form quickly. Those who are struggling with weight, who have hanging skin from massive weight loss or after pregnancy, will find new vigor with less weight and motivation to work towards a new body and shape.

More specifically with rhinoplasty, wait three weeks. Exercise will promote blood flow to the face and increase swelling to the tip and delay resolution of post operative swelling. With abdominoplasty, three weeks. Any motion of the trunk can disrupt the suture line. With liposuction, three days. The recovery is easy!!! For breast augmentation or other breast surgery. three weeks as well.as the suture line needs to heal and regain strength. Plus you will feel some weakness initially after breast augmentation since the lower part of the pectoralis major is divided with the sub muscular approach.
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