Ed is a 58-year-old father and grandfather who owns his own business, enjoys riding motorcycles and being outdoors. Unfortunately, for the past ten years Ed has been battling skin and lip cancer. Up until recently, Ed smoked cigarettes but has since quit in an effort to improve his health. In 2005, Ed first came to …Read More
Parker Center for Plastic Surgery
122 East Ridgewood Ave
Paramus, NJ 07652
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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Fran is a 26-year-old single, professional woman who has wanted a nose job since she was in high school. She had considered having surgery three or four years ago, but did not care for the surgeon she went to see. “When I had that first consultation a few years ago, I didn’t really get a …Read More
When considering a facelift, New Jersey residents can refer to a recent study in the Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery. This study states that a face lift has the ability to make a person look up to seven years younger. The Parker Center for Plastic Surgery has always strived to understand how cosmetic surgery affects …Read More
Missy is a 20-year old full time college student who has always been embarrassed and self-conscious about her inverted nipples. She has always had them, and last year her mom arranged for her to have plastic surgery to correct them. “My mom found this doctor, and although he said he could fix them, the procedure …Read More
Yvonne, a 61-year old mother and grandmother who works full-time, initially wanted to have rhinoplasty because of a deviated septum. After seeing an ENT (ear, nose and throat specialist) who said he would fix her deviated septum but not do anything else to her nose, Yvonne decided to see a New Jersey plastic surgeon. ”I’m Native American …Read More
This month we are presenting a patient who had inverted (retracted) nipples, a condition caused by shortened milk ducts. This condition is usually present at birth and the nipples remain that way over time. A recent study found that approximately 3 % of all women have inverted nipples and that when it occurs, the condition …Read More