Every year, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons gathers for about a week to discuss topics that range from lymph node transfer for lymphedema, to breast reconstruction and hand surgery, to cosmetic face lift.
More than ever, patients have become the keeper of their own medical treatment. With the explosion of information architecture via the internet, people can find out information that discusses medical diagnoses. They may be able to access their medical chart directly from a web portal. I often see women for an initial consultation who already know the incisions for a breast lift and implants they are interested in using. In a capitalist driven system, patients are savvy consumers of healthcare. So are doctors merely technicians?
Sometimes in the dead of winter, with spring a faint glimmer in sight, it is great to take a breather and think of ideas to add a bit of color to your routine. Here is a list of suggestions.
With a stagnant economy and limited finances, the promise of cosmetic surgery at a steep discount abroad can be seductive. A quick search on the internet, and you can find numerous websites offering everything from breast surgery to hip replacement in places like Thailand, Mexico, and Slovania. However, before you jump on the next flight to Mexico, here are some issues to consider:
Now that the holidays are approaching, many of us have booked flights to visit family and friends. Dreading that transatlantic journey on Christmas Eve with kids? Here are some great tips to look your best stepping off that plane.
This week, plastic surgeons gathered for a great presentation focused on facial procedures at Aquariva overlooking the Willamette River. Oregon Society of Plastic Surgeons allows colleagues to stay in touch with the local community by gathering regularly to discuss new findings and updates in surgery.
Plastic surgery is a powerful way to dramatically change form and function in a short period of time. However, it takes preparation and care for you and the plastic surgeon. The most important thing that you can do is to stop smoking or using nicotine products at least four weeks before surgery. Smoking decrease your body’s … Read more
After surgery, it is important to get out of bed early and walk. The goal is to walk around the house at least four times a day. Even though you can feel quite uncomfortable the first few days, walking helps to decrease your risk of blood clots of your legs and lungs after surgery. Being … Read more
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The OCRC is a different kind of clinic, with a focus on professional, personalized care and deep respect for all of our clients. Dr. Tina Jenq obtained her undergraduate degree at University of California, Berkeley and a medical degree at University of California, Davis.