The mark of a great plastic surgeon is her commitment to continuing medical education (CME). After all, patients tend to enjoy the best experiences and outcomes when they visit a provider who is a life-long learner. That is why we are proud to announce that Dr. Hayley Brown recently received the American Medical Association Physician’s Recognition Award in Continuing Medical Education (AMA PRA).
Board Certified Female Plastic Surgeon Serving Las Vegas, Henderson and Nearby Areas of Nevada
This is one of the most common questions I get asked during a preoperative consultation. Sometimes it is the patient asking, sometimes the spouse. It gets interesting when the spouse asks, and the patient gives me a look with hidden meaning or vice versa. Some patients in troubled relationships have asked me to tell their spouses that sex is off-limits for 6 months or longer.
In plastic surgery, a dog ear is a term used to describe a point or fold at the end of a skin-tightening incision. They are common at the sides of tummy tuck incisions or the end of breast reduction scars. They may look like little bumps at the end of surgical scars.
Top Plastic Surgery Procedures
Each year, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons releases a report detailing the most popular plastic surgery procedures for the previous year. This not only allows us to get a sense of what procedures are in high demand, but it also shows changing trends in plastic surgery over time.
Many patients are interested in taking vitamins and supplements after cosmetic surgery. Ultimately, certain vitamins and supplements may interact with medications prescribed by Dr. Hayley Brown, so you should check with our staff about anything you are planning to take in addition to prescribed medications. Most people don’t need to take any additional supplements before or after surgery, especially if you already eat healthy whole foods, including fresh fruit and vegetables.
Mother’s Day will be here before you know it. As a mom, you deserve the world this year. A mommy makeover could be exactly what you need. This comprehensive procedure has numerous benefits and will remind you that it’s okay to take time for yourself.
Women continue to make up the majority of plastic surgery patients, but most surgeons are male. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the female-to-male ratio of plastic surgeons is approximately 1:5.
Minimally invasive and non-surgical cosmetic treatments continue to grow in popularity. These types of injectables and treatments provide a way to refresh your appearance without surgery, which some people prefer. Or you may prefer to try a non-surgical treatment before having cosmetic surgery down the road. Whatever your goals, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Hayley Brown can help you choose the right treatments.
Each year, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons releases an annual report featuring statistics from the previous year.