Why is a compression garment important postoperatively?

Why is a compression garment important postoperatively?

A compression garment is used postoperatively for many plastic surgery procedures. It helps with reduction of swelling which in turn reduces pain. It also helps with procedures where there is significant skin undermining so that she skin scars back to the deep structures in the ideal position. Compression can also reduce potential dead space under […]

How do you know if you need a tummy tuck or just liposuction?

It really comes down to if you have any excess skin or just localized fat deposits. If you have liposuction, and you already have some loose skin, it will likely get worse. Liposuction will help with a better contour in a patient that is at an ideal weight with localized fat deposits and no skin […]

$1000 Off – Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck) Special

Schedule your abdominoplasty procedure today to take advantage of New Leaf’s $1000 off special! ***Your procedure must be done in the month of January to receive your discount. What are the risks? The risks of a mini abdominoplasty include bleeding, infection, scarring, hematoma, seroma, need for drains, asymmetry, poor cosmesis, need for further surgery, dog […]

November Patient Appreciation Special

At New Leaf Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery we value our patients which is why for a limited time only we are offering our November Patient Appreciation Special! Details for the special are in the flyer below. Space is limited and you must make you appointment in order to secure the special.

A Heart Felt Patient Testimonial

I owe my life to Dr. Candis Lovelace. While seeing her for a carpal tunnel surgery I mentioned a possible hernia. She set up a CT Scan at North Hills Hospital. While doing the scan they found a “Complete Aortic Dissection.” Very few people survive this. I was taken to the ER and admitted. I […]


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