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Breast augmentation is a surgical procedure to enlarge or change the shape of a women’s breast. It is one of the most common procedures and typically achieves positive results.
There are many reasons a woman may be interested in a breast lift. Some survivors of breast cancer may be optimizing their breast reconstruction
Women with very large breasts may experience back or shoulder pain, grooves on their shoulders from bra straps, difficulty exercising, and stress around clothing options. With breast reduction surgery, or mammoplasty, a patient may find relief of these physical and emotional symptoms.
A buttock/thigh lift, also known as a thighplasty, lifts and tightens loose skin, improving the contour of the thigh and buttock area.
Facial reconstructive surgery is a good option for patients who have had a skin cancer removed.
A hiatal hernia means that the upper part of your stomach has protruded up into your chest, pushing through the little opening (or hiatus) in your diaphragm (which separates your abdomen from your chest). Hiatal hernias don’t always require treatment beyond regular monitoring and medications. Under certain conditions, however, treatment will be necessary.
Gynecomastia is the medical name for enlarged male breasts. This condition can be alleviated through breast reduction surgery.
A panniculectomy surgically removes a pannus. A pannus is excess skin and adipose (fatty) tissue, sometimes referred to as an apron, that hangs down over the genitals and/or thighs.
The University of Michigan’s section of Plastic Surgery is a nationally recognized leader in cosmetic, reconstructive and pediatric plastic surgery.
Some patients may need reconstructive burn surgery after the initial burn wounds have healed. This type of care is usually provided by a plastic surgeon. The goals of reconstructive burn surgery are to improve both the function and the cosmetic appearance of burn scars. This involves altering scar tissue, with both non-operative and operative treatment.
A natural way of healing lost or damaged skin, scars are something that many people live with even if they are uncomfortable or unattractive. The University of Michigan’s section of Plastic Surgery is a nationally recognized leader in reconstructive and cosmetic surgery including the treatment of scars.
A tummy tuck or abdominoplasty removes excess skin and fat that may have accumulated after pregnancy or due to obesity or age.
Underarm surgery or brachioplasty is more commonly known as an arm lift. This procedure tightens loose, sagging skin and removes excess fat deposits in the upper arm that develop with age or significant weight loss.