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Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery

Cosmetic and reconstructive surgery can be performed on a number of parts of one’s body, and for many different reasons. Reconstructive surgery is a procedure that usually occurs after a car accident, or a diseased part of the body is augmented in an attempt to restore a person’s original appearance. Cosmetic surgery is often elective, and is performed to enhance a person’s features or body.

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By DuPage Medical Group Dermatology
As part of external beam radiation therapy, you will have radiation marks, or tattoos, put on your skin. These marks are used by the radiation therapists to guide precise body positioning, critical to ensure cancer cells are being effectively targeted. The radiation marks aide in keeping you perfectly aligned throughout the course of your treatment.
Topics and Subtopics: Cancer & Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery

By DuPage Medical Group
Recently, there has been an extraordinary upswing in women choosing a double mastectomy (as high as 150% increase over the last 10 years) as their course of treatment even when cancer is found only in one breast.

By DuPage Medical Group Plastic Surgery
Dr. Steven Sigalove is now using SPY technology, the latest tool in breast reconstruction surgery.
Topics and Subtopics: Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery

By DMG Facial Plastic Surgery & Plastic Surgery
Does the appearance of your nose effect your confidence?

By DMG Facial Plastic Surgery & Plastic Surgery
Facial implants are most commonly used in the cheek, chin and jaw areas. If you are bothered by a small chin, weak jaw or lack of facial contour an implant may what you are looking for. Facial implants can create the structural balance and create a more attractive appearance.
Topics and Subtopics: Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery

By DuPage Medical Group Plastic Surgery
Breast reconstruction is offered to women who have lost their breast due to cancer or other disease. Reconstruction of a breast that is partially or completely removed is possible through a combination of plastic surgery procedures that will create a new breast. The results of breast reconstruction can be natural in appearance and feel; however they will never look exactly the same as the breast that was removed.

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