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Nonsurgical rhinoplasty with injectable fillers

Posted on: July 25th, 2014
By: Ronald M. Friedman, MD

I am increasingly using injectable fillers to improve nasal defects that previously required surgery. Use of Juvederm and Restylane has proven valuable in specific types of deformities involving the nasal dorsum (bridge of the nose). Typical nasal deformities addressed by hyaluronic acid fillers: Saddle nose. A saddle nose occurs when there is reduced support to […] [ Read More ]


Liposuction of the Neck

Posted on: July 15th, 2014
By: Ronald M. Friedman, MD

–because no one wants a double chin It seems like a strange area to accumulate fat.  And yet many people who are otherwise height-weight proportionate have a stubborn deposit right under the chin that makes them look heavier.  If you pose with your chin up and forward every time someone takes a photo, then you […] [ Read More ]


Going Bigger With Breast Revisions

Posted on: November 8th, 2013
By: Ronald M. Friedman, MD

Breast enlargement, including breast augmentation revision, is the most frequently requested procedure in my practice.  Now in practice in Plano and Flower Mound for 18 years, I am on track to perform about 150 breast augmentations this year.  In large studies, approximately 95% are happy with their choice to undergo surgery, which makes breast augmentation […] [ Read More ]


Belly Button After Tummy Tuck

Posted on: October 11th, 2013
By: Ronald M. Friedman, MD

“It’s all about the belly button” A full tummy tuck involves tightening of the abdominal wall with removal of excess skin and fat.  Contrary to popular belief, we do not need to make you a “new belly button.”  Instead, you will keep your existing belly button (umbilicus), but all the skin around it will be […] [ Read More ]


Are My Breast Implants Too High? (Part 2)

Posted on: October 2nd, 2013
By: Ronald M. Friedman, MD

“Dr. Friedman, aren’t my breast implants still too high?” If you read part 1 of this blog, you already know that breast implants placed below the pec major muscle tend to look too high for up to six months to a year after surgery.  This is normal and generally resolves with stretching of the muscle.  […] [ Read More ]


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