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How to Know if You Have Capsular Contracture

Posted November 07, 2017 in Capsular Contracture

Complications with breast implants may occur even when breast augmentation surgery is performed by a highly skilled and experienced surgeon. One of the most common complications associated with breast augmentation is capsular contracture. This condition can be corrected through the removal of scar tissue during a secondary BREAST REVISION surgery. Dr. Karp is an experienced […]

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When Breast Augmentation Results Aren’t What You Expected

Posted September 28, 2017 in Breast Revision

Expectations do not always match up to outcomes. This can be true in any situation, including breast augmentation. If the results of your breast augmentation procedure do not match up to the expectations you had, breast revision surgery can exchange your implants and give you the results you desire. Dr. Jeffrey Karp will help you […]

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Open Nose Surgery vs. Closed Nose Surgery

Posted August 28, 2017 in Rhinoplasty

When a patient chooses to undergo rhinoplasty, the surgeon may recommend either open nose surgery or closed nose surgery. These techniques have different approaches, and one will be better suited for your needs. The following descriptions may help you understand which technique could be better for you. With either surgical technique, your surgeon will refine […]

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FAQs About Tummy Tuck After Pregnancy

Posted July 31, 2017 in Tummy Tuck

Women whose waistlines have been permanently affected by pregnancy are among the best candidates for tummy tuck surgery. This procedure addresses specific issues to help mothers improve their body shape and achieve a flat, firm, and narrow abdominal contour. Can a tummy tuck get rid of my sagging abdominal skin? If you have hanging, unsightly […]

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Which Breast Lift Technique Is Best for Me?

Posted June 27, 2017 in Breast Lift

Breast lift surgery can correct breast sagging and restore perky, youthful breast curves. Your degree of sagging and unique anatomical needs will determine which breast lift technique is best for you. Crescent Lift The crescent lift technique removes a strip of crescent-shaped tissue from the top of the areolas. With so little tissue removed, this […]

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Get the Body Shape You Want With Liposuction Revision

Posted June 06, 2017 in Revision Liposuction, Uncategorized

 The last thing that should cross your mind when you undergo liposuction is that you will be unhappy with your results. Unfortunately, this does happen for some patients. If liposuction doesn’t turn out like you expected, corrective liposuction can refine your results by re-sculpting your body contours. Dr. Jeffrey Karp offers revision liposuction after a […]

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4 Signs You Might Need a Revision Rhinoplasty

Posted April 28, 2017 in Caudal Septal Repositioning, Revision Rhinoplasty, Revision Septorhinoplasty, Rhinoplasty, Septoplasty

RHINOPLASTY is performed to restore a balanced facial appearance by improving the size or shape of the nose. An inexperienced surgeon or poor healing can negatively affect the quality of your rhinoplasty results. Unrealistic expectations on the patient’s part are also a pertinent factor. It can be frustrating to go through the nose surgery journey […]

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How Do I Know What Size Breast Implants I Need?

Posted March 29, 2017 in Breast Augmentation, Breast Implants

One of the primary questions for every breast augmentation patient is, “What implant size should I get?” The answer to this depends on several factors, including your preferences, anatomy, and other implant characteristics and surgical techniques. Dr. Karp uses a reliable technique to help you identify what implant size to choose for your breast augmentation. […]

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What to Do If You’re Bottoming Out

Posted February 28, 2017 in Bottoming Out, Breast Augmentation, Breast Implants, Breast Revision, Capsulorrhaphy

Surgical complications after breast augmentation are rarely anticipated. Most of the time, they come as a complete surprise. If you suddenly notice that all is not right with your breast implants, you could be experiencing an unexpected complication such as capsular contracture or bottoming out. Bottoming out—a complication that may occur after breast augmentation—can be […]

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