One plastic surgeon, who is unique in her field in that she is the first Arabic female plastic surgeon, hopes to share the benefits of reconstructive surgery through her notoriety.
29 year old, Dr. El Hativ is the first female Israeli plastic surgeon, according to Jewish Journal, a distinction she finds both encouraging and a responsibility. With that comes carrying the weight of speaking for her patients and showing that plastic surgery stretches far beyond cosmetic procedures, El Hativ said. Continue reading →
Often, these individuals are unable to completely close their eyes and suffer from dry, irritated eyes. Using pre- and post-operative assessments on nearly 40 of these individuals, researchers at the Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary found that patients had significantly improved quality of life after surgical intervention. To correct the issue, surgery may have included a weight placed within the upper eyelid or suspension of the lower lid. Continue reading →
Many parents are choosing plastic surgery to look their best for their children’s important events, like Bar Mitzvahs, according to Mazel Tov! magazine. Philadelphia plastic surgeon Dr. Bruce Genter stresses the importance of finding the appropriate procedure for your needs and scheduling it to fit the timing of the event. He suggests working backward from the scheduled date of the event to ensure you have completed recovery.
Aside from traditional procedures you might choose to look your best, like a brow or facelift to eliminate sagginess and wrinkles on the face, Dr. Genter often uses injectable fillers. Continue reading →
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Dr. Bruce Genter is a featured contributor for breast augmentation and tummy tuck on RealSelf.com.