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Gauged Earlobe Repair

Posted on: July 21st, 2015
By: Ronald M. Friedman, MD

In this video Dr. Friedman surgically repairs and then re-pierces a young woman’s gauged earlobe. The stretching caused by inserting larger and larger studs over time is reduced to a fine-line scar, and her ears demonstrate improved symmetry and aesthetic appearance. Ronald M. Friedman, M.D. Director, West Plano Plastic Surgery Center Former Chief of Plastic […] [ Read More ]

Can I Repair and Repierce My Earlobes at the Same Time?

Posted on: June 12th, 2015
By: Ronald M. Friedman, MD

Yes, you can do both at the same time. Torn earlobes are incredibly common. Sometimes the earring pulls all the way through (complete tear); sometimes it just stretches out the hole, so that you have droopy earrings–or you start losing your studs. Either way, it would be nice to get your torn earlobe repaired and […] [ Read More ]

Botox Makes You Look Better…

Posted on: September 3rd, 2014
By: Ronald M. Friedman, MD

…But can it make you feel better? With annual sales north of a billion dollars, the makers of Botox must be doing something right. I personally inject Botox to the 11 lines, forehead, and crows feet about 5 to 10 times weekly, and it is highly effective in reducing dynamic wrinkles in these areas. There […] [ Read More ]

The Skinny on Liposuction: There’s only so much I can do

Posted on: August 18th, 2014
By: Ronald M. Friedman, MD

While visiting my parents in Los Angeles last week, we toured the famous J Paul Getty Museum, which houses a number of famous paintings and sculptures. My wife photographed one of these for me with her iPhone: As a wood and marble sculptor myself, I certainly appreciate the artist’s skill. As a plastic surgeon, the […] [ Read More ]

Improving Nipple Projection: Surgery for Inverted Nipples and Flat Nipples

Posted on: August 5th, 2014
By: Ronald M. Friedman, MD

Inverted nipples are surprisingly common, occurring in 3 – 5% of women. Instead of the nipple “pointing out,” it retracts inward, usually due to tethering bands of fibrous tissue. Most women with inverted nipples have a normal amount of nipple skin; it’s just pointing the wrong direction. Inverted nipple repair Before After   Flat nipples […] [ Read More ]

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