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Dr. Ronald Friedman: Best-Rated Plastic Surgeon

Posted October 08, 2019

3 min read The importance of choosing the right plastic surgeon can not be overstated. This decision will not only influence the quality of your results but can impact your physical health and overall cosmetic experience. No two surgeons are the same. Their education, training, experience, and expertise vary significantly, and you need to feel […]

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Are My Breast Implants Too High?

Posted November 28, 2018

“Dr. Friedman, aren’t my breast implants too high?” I am asked this question at least a couple times a week.  And the answer is “Yes, they are too high.  But don’t worry; it’s normal.” All breast implants placed under the pectoralis major muscle will start out too high and tight.  It takes time for the […]

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

Posted August 18, 2014

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. As a wood and marble sculptor myself, I certainly appreciate the artist’s skill. As a plastic surgeon, the bronze sculpture got me thinking about—yes, you guessed it—liposuction. Since the […]

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Going Bigger With Breast Revisions

Posted November 08, 2013

Breast enlargement, including breast augmentation revision, is the most frequently requested procedure in my practice.  Now in practice in Plano 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 one of the […]

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Belly Button After Tummy Tuck

Posted October 11, 2013

“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 […]

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