Inverted nipples are relatively common and can be both embarrassing and unsightly. They are caused by shortened or scarred breast tissue ducts that pull the nipple inward. The condition may arise from birth or external trauma, and most women don't know about the possible treatment options. With inverted nipple surgery, Columbus Ohio's Dr. Jeffrey Donaldson, …Read More
Parker Center for Plastic Surgery
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Monthly Archives: February 2011
Microtia (Latin for "little ear") is a congenital deformity that can affect one ear or occasionally both. The small bones of the middle ear and the cartilage of the external ear do not fully develop in patients with Microtia. In addition to the physical deformity involving the middle and outer ear with Microtia, there is …Read More
Abby is a 40-something professional woman with a family who never left her house without lipstick. She had thought about doing something to augment her lips like injections but never really liked the way it looked. "My upper lip was so thin, without lipstick, it was invisible. But I never liked the puffed-up look that …Read More
Patients at the Parker Center for Plastic Surgery are always raving about the kindness and professionalism of the Dr. Parker's staff and it's not by accident. Dr. Parker & his staff strive everyday to provide a comfortable, warm, and compassionate environment that enhances every patient's experience. "The time that was allotted to me felt like …Read More
This month’s featured patient, Laurel, underwent fat injections to her aging nasolabial folds. As we age, our skin tone loosens, the underlying subcutaneous tissue layer atrophies and loosens as well, causing wrinkle lines. “Fillers”—such as collagen, Restylane®, Juvéderm®, and Radiesse®—all have been used to plump up these wrinkle lines. The problem with these synthetic substances …Read More