When visiting a plastic surgeon for your initial consultation, it’s important to ask the right questions before any decision is made in regards to surgery. Sometimes, however, nerves set in while discussing procedure techniques and recovery times… and the excitement of after-surgery results can often cloud your judgement.Preparing a list of questions before your consultation …Read More
Pope Plastic Surgery: George Pope, MD, FACS
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Monthly Archives: May 2011
Patients seeking nose jobs must have a basic understanding of the rhinoplasty procedures and the impact they can have not only on the appearance of the nose but also the breathing pattern. Rhinoplasty may be cosmetic, functional or revisionist, depending on the purpose for which it is being performed.One of the surgical approaches for rhinoplasty …Read More
We are pleased to announce that Pope Plastic Surgery has added the Visia Complexion Analysis System to its popular menu of in-house aesthetic services. The new system will be maintained under the direction of Dr. George Pope, board-certified plastic surgeon (ABPS) and Giuliana Crider, Medical Aesthetician at Pope Plastic Surgery. Dr. Pope and our staff …Read More
A revision or secondary rhinoplasty surgery is undergone by those who may not be happy with the cosmetic result of their initial rhinoplasty or nose job.Before opting for a revision rhinoplasty, all the details including possible risks or complications must be discussed with the surgeon. A revision rhinoplasty must be performed by an experienced surgeon …Read More
Also known as a forehead lift surgery, a brow lift surgery reduces the lines or creases on forehead, giving it a smoother appearance, and elevates the position of the eye brows for a more youthful look.A brow lift is often combined with other operations such as blepharoplasty and facelifts to improve the look of the …Read More
Gynecomastia is the enlargement of gland tissue in male breast. It is different from pseudogynecomastia which refers to the fat deposits in chest of obese men. Gynecomastia actually results from abnormal growth of glandular or breast tissue which is not developed in men.One of the known causes of Gynecomastia is hormonal imbalance. Estrogen and Androgen …Read More
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