Monthly Archives: February 2017

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Facelift – Connecticut Facial Surgery Incision

To combat drooping, sagging excess facial skin, many people get facelifts. These procedures regularly make patients look and feel years younger. To begin a traditional facelift procedure, your plastic surgeon will create an incision along your hairline, stretching from ear to ear. This incision will travel down the area in front of the ear and …

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Brachioplasty – Incisions Connecticut Arm Lift

Brachioplasty surgery can restore shape and tone to the upper arms, removing that unpleasant drooping skin and flab and recontouring the underlying tissues. If brachioplasty seems like it might be beneficial for you, read on to learn more. Various types of brachioplasty incision may be employed depending on the patient’s aesthetic goals and the plastic …

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What Is a Photofacial?

When we think about a facial treatment, we usually conjure up images of abrasive resurfacing, chemical peels or facelifts. These are, of course, popular means of rejuvenating the facial skin, either by ablation methods, repositioning of the dermis or scrubbing away dead or damaged surface skin cells. A photofacial involves none of these techniques, however. …

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Halo™ for Laser Skin Resurfacing

When you look in the mirror, you are not happy with what you see. Your skin no longer has that glow that drew everyone in when you were younger. You’re starting to see fine lines and other blemishes that take away from your appearance. Scarring from acne may be an issue as well. You try …

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DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction – Connecticut Mastectomy

Your plastic surgeon may recommend a DIEP flap breast reconstruction procedure to follow your mastectomy. During a flap reconstruction procedure, the plastic surgeon reconstructs the breast mound with donor tissue from another location on the patient’s body.DIEP flap breast reconstruction involves the transfer of a flap of fat and skin tissue from the abdomen to …

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