Advice

The Breast Implant is Falling to The Side

If you suffer from Lateral deformity, lateral Displacement, too large of a lateral picket It may worsen.  Dr. Gray (a world renowned Cosmetic Surgeon, West Bloomfield, Michigan) can help. According to Dr. Gray, There are a few causes for an open pocket to the side. The side (lateral aspect) of […]

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Rippling:  Ugh !

Rippling, although not a common complaint with breast implants, can occur. The rippling that is of concern is visible rippling not palpable (what we feel). To explain this you must understand that a Breast implant is a balloon. The implant is a malleable bag. With gravity, the weight of the filler […]

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Compression or No compression…tis the question???

Most physicians will do as they been shown and are unlikely to change their ways, nor think outside the box. This is called: See one, Do one, Teach one learning. There is rarely an “explain one” in the process of training due to how busy it is in most hospitals. […]

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Hour Glass Tuck Overview

Hour Glass Tuck™ Overview: The current techniques of tummy tucks (Abdominoplasty) do not generate the results needed to decrease the protrusion of the abdomen and provide optimal results for patients who seek a flatter and tighter tummy.   Dr. Gray, for over sixteen years, has been performing a new type of tummy […]

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Do I Need a Breast Lift?

Dr. Michael W. Gray, a world-renowned cosmetic surgeon (West Bloomfield, Michigan) was asked this very question. “Many women are confused as to whether or not they ‘need’ a lift. First of all, No one ever has to get a lift unless they want a lift! Many women think they need […]

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Do I have to be afraid of my Breast Implants?

All implants are made of materials that are invisible to the body and are non-reactive. All implants are made of materials that are non-immunoreactive (Which means in layman terms: THEY DO NOT CAUSE IMMUNE DEFICIENCY NOR CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISORDERS). Then if this is true, how do you explain mold or […]

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Endoscopic Breast Augmentation EndoBAM

EndoBAM is an acronym for Endoscopic Breast Augmentation Mammoplasty and is the endoscopic surgery to enlarge the size of the breast(s). Endoscopic literally means a surgery or procedure performed by the use of an endoscope, which is an instrument for visualizing the interior of the body. Think of an endoscope […]

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Hanging up the White Coat

White coats have been a fixture in medicine since only the late 19th century. Doctors previously wore black, but switched to white laboratory attire to signal that medicine was science and pure. The coat has also been a symbol of status. The longer the coat the more tenure and power. […]

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Are you Smart? Street Smart? or are you Book Smart?

Are you Smart? Street Smart? or are you Book Smart? The meaning of “book smart” is that you are DUMB. It represents a derogatory descriptive term to categorize people who have the ability to get an “A” but the inability to apply this knowledge to life. “Street smart” on the […]

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Aging Is Natural, But There Are Options

In the famous 1991 movie City Slickers, Billy Crystal’s character laments about the aging process to a class of school children: “Value this time in your life kids, because this is the time in your life when you still have your choices, and it goes by so quickly. When you’re […]

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Vitamin B – The Fountain of Youth

Who has tried “B”? Vitamin B is the Fountain of Youth in a Little Vial Homo Sapiens are remarkable living creatures capable of almost anything. Mankind has developed remarkable abilities to manipulate his environment. These manipulations although all not in the interest of other species, have for the most part resulted […]

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