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September 15, 2021
How Long Does it Take to Recover from Abdominoplasty?

Abdominoplasty, more commonly known as tummy tuck surgery, is used to reduce bulky and sagging skin from the midsection. During tummy tuck surgery, stubborn fat that is obscuring optimal contours can also be…

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August 26, 2021

Buttock reshaping, more commonly known as a Brazilian Butt Lift, is ideal for people who lack form or definition on their backside. Capable of producing a firm, lifted, and symmetrical appearance to the buttocks, Brazilian Butt Lift is a safer and longer-lasting alternative to implant augmentation.

If you are interested in learning what this procedure can do for you, use the contact form on this page or call one of our two OKC-area offices to schedule a private and confidential consultation with our board-certified plastic surgeon today.

Why Consider a Butt Lift

There are several reasons you might want…

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July 21, 2021

Rhinoplasty (nose reshaping) is a procedure in which the size and shape of the nose are surgically modified to become more complementary to surrounding features. The procedure can be used to address several aesthetic and structural issues affecting the nose, helping to improve both appearance and function.

In recent years, rhinoplasty has become one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures in the United States.

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June 24, 2021
Eyelid Lift

Eyelid surgery, also known as blepharoplasty or an eyelid lift, can be used to address cosmetic issues with both the upper and lower eyelids. With this procedure, double board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Jayesh Panchal can:

  • Eliminate dark circles and bags from below the…
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June 04, 2021
Healthy Eating for Healthy Skin

June is Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Month. What does this have to do with your appearance? More than you might suspect.

A diet high in fresh fruits and vegetables is, of course, one that can help you maintain results from procedures like

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May 13, 2021

Plastic surgery and non-surgical cosmetic treatments saw a decline in 2020. After several years of increase, the pandemic managed to reduce the number of cosmetic rejuvenation and enhancements performed between 2019 and 2020. However, there has still been a steep increase in the number of procedures performed versus the year 2000, which is the first year the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) began compiling its list.

The five most popular plastic surgery procedures performed in 2020 were:

  1. Nose Surgery
  2. Eyelid Surgery
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April 20, 2021
Can BOTOX Lift Eyebrows?

BOTOX® Cosmetic has been approved to treat the lines in between the eyebrows, creases across the forehead, and lines at the corners of the eyes. It is useful for treating nasolabial folds, pebbly chin, jowls, and neck bands as well.

BOTOX® Cosmetic…

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April 06, 2021
Breast Implant Placement Options

During breast augmentation surgery, breast implants can be placed in one of three locations:

  • Subglandular: Underneath the breasts, but above the muscles of the chest
  • Submuscular: Underneath both breast tissue and chest…
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March 11, 2021

Male breast reduction is typically performed with liposuction. In some cases, glandular tissue must also be removed to fully restore definition to the chest. Both of these methods are considered safe and suitable for most healthy males.

As with any surgical procedure, male breast reduction comes with general surgical risks such as infection, bleeding, blood clots, and poor wound healing. Issues that may be more specific to the procedure include asymmetry, undesirable results, a loss of sensation in the chest, contour and shape irregularities, and unfavorable scarring. 

Many of the risks associated…

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February 22, 2021
How Long is Liposuction Recovery

Full recovery from liposuction can take several weeks. However, most people are able to resume working and other non-demanding tasks within 10 to 14 days. Mild exercise, such as walking, can often be resumed almost immediately – as soon as…

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