Monthly Archives: December 2012

Mohs Reconstruction for Lanie Yields Exceptional Results

Lanie is a patient of Dr. Parker’s who has been treated for skin cancer in 2004, 2008 and most recently in October 2012.  The last diagnosis required a Mohs procedure that excised two spots approximately “dime-sized” on the right side of her face. “I originally told the Mohs surgeon to just sew it up, but …

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Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions about Gynecomastia

Gynecomastia or “male breasts” is a common condition affecting men of all ages and sizes. Most men who have gynecomastia are self-conscious about the appearance of their chest and often go to great lengths to hide the condition. Many refuse to remove their shirts at the pool, beach, or while playing sports. The following are …

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Plastic Surgeon Offers New Non-Surgical Treatment for Capsular Contracture

Whenever a foreign object is implanted into the body, whether it is an artificial hip joint or a breast implant, the body forms a biological lining around it called a capsule. This is a normal phenomenon, but if the capsule tightens and thickens, it can compress and distort a soft object like a breast implant. …

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