Facial Plastic Surgery Articles

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"Plastic surgery is one of the most creative specialties in medicine. There is simply no other field that combines the artistry, science and technical skill set into a single specialty."

"I love my patients and feel they are some of the most wonderful interesting people I have ever met."

Dr. Ran Rubinstein’s dual board certification, his extensive experience, his commitment to the highest standards, and his role in university education assure you that you could not be in better, more caring hands when having facial plastic surgery.

"Dr. LeBlanc is AMAZING! I am very pleased with the results of my reconstruction after bilateral mastectomy. She is very caring and compassionate; something you don't find very often in doctors today. Thank you Dr. LeBlanc for helping me get back to normal, after breast cancer. You are one in a million!" (Janet, Fort Worth, TX)

Steven S. Carp, MD, FACS, is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and has specialized in cosmetic, plastic, and reconstructive surgery since 1993. Dr. Carp understands that plastic surgery requires a combination of skills, technique and an artistic eye; knowing each and every patient has different needs that must be understood. The combination of which presents him with an exciting and challenging career.

Philadelphia facial cosmetic surgeon Dr. John Lee focused his surgical avocation on the most delicate and scrutinized feature of the face – the areas around the eyes. Providing each person with a result that will highlight their natural feature and bring out their natural and youthful look.

New York Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Kenneth Francis, M.D., F.A.C.S. is a great option for your cosmetic surgery needs.

How much (ballpark figure) would a reconfiguration of the tip of my nose cost? Also, who gives free consultations?

In cases of protruding or over-developed ears, the procedure of otoplasty may be an option. Otoplasty is commonly referred to as "pinning back" of the ears. It is available for children once their ears have stopped developing around the age of six. Over-developed ears can be the cause of psychological stress and trauma. Treatment should start at a young age before it becomes a serious issue. Trained in several surgical procedures related to maxillofacial, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, Dr. Hiranaka can eliminate the majority of the problems related to protruding ears.
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