Plastic surgery can be performed for a number of different reasons involving the body, breast, and the face. Each patient will be given a personalized treatment plan that will help them achieve their specific goals and ensure that they are receiving the proper care. Whether you are looking to receive cosmetic enhancement or require reconstruction, our board certified plastic surgeons can help you achieve the most rewarding solution for your individual needs.
If you would like to find out more information about any of our surgical options, feel free to contact Cosmetic and Reconstructive Specialists of Florida to schedule your consultation.
Breast procedures are designed to improve the balance and shape of your body, and this can be done through enhancement, reduction, or revision. Our physicians at Cosmetic and Reconstructive Specialists of Florida can address a variety of issues related to the breast appearance. The surgical procedures such as breast augmentation, breast lift, and breast reconstruction, can give you a contoured, youthful, and natural appearance to the breasts that meet your individual goals. We also offer our patients effective breast reduction procedures for both men which is referred to as gynecomastia surgery and for women who suffer from overly large breasts which can result in chronic discomfort and pain from the weight of the breasts.
The following links will briefly name some of the options available and provide more detailed descriptions on each procedure. To schedule a consultation for breast surgery, please contact Cosmetic and Reconstructive Specialists of Florida.
Body Contouring is a term used to describe several surgical procedures designed to improve and reshape the appearance of the body. After a substantial weight loss, life changes or pregnancy, the skin and tissues often lack the elasticity. Surgical Body Contouring removes excess sagging skin and fat while improving the shape of the body resulting in a better and more proportioned appearance with smoother contours. Through such procedures as abdominoplasty, liposuction, and post weight loss surgery, our patients have a renewed self-confidence and feel more comfortable with their body. Our physicians are focused on helping patients reshape their bodies and enhance areas that may have proven resistant to the most rigorous diet and exercise routines. Our plastic surgeons will address areas such as the thighs, upper arms, and stomach to give you a tighter physique with a more toned appearance and enhance these specific areas.
The following links will explain some of the options available here at CRS Plastic Surgery that may help you with your specific body:
Our doctors offer an array of facial procedures including facelift, eyelid surgery, rhinoplasty and more which can rejuvenate your face for a more youthful, toned aesthetic. We provide you with an effective cosmetic enhancement through surgery without anyone being able to tell that you’ve undergone plastic surgery.
Another option is, injectable cosmetic treatments such as dermal fillers and paralytics, this provides you with a more subtle but effective skin rejuvenation and revitalization in a procedure that takes no longer than an average lunch-hour. Cosmetic and Reconstructive Specialists of Florida offers the most popular cosmetic injection treatments, such as RESTYLANE, BOTOX®, and JUVEDERM™, as well as the latest and most innovative options, including fat injections and Sculptra®.
The following guide shows you brief descriptions of some of the facial cosmetic surgery options that can help you achieve a more youthful appearance. You will also find links to the many non-invasive injectable cosmetic enhancement procedures offered here at CRS of Florida.
The lymphatic system is part of the circulatory system and a significant part the immune system, comprising a complex and extensive drainage network of vessels that carry a fluid (lymph) throughout the body.
Lymphedema is the obstruction of the lymphatic system, is a condition where excess fluid collects in tissues causing swelling usually in one or both arms and legs, a number of patients might also experience swelling in the head, chest and genitals. Lymphedema is incurable, but the appropriate treatment can help reduce the swelling and pain.
Some patients are at risk for lymphedema as part of their cancer treatment, which can be the result of lymph node removal or radiation damage around the lymph nodes.
Liposuction, Lymphaticovenous Anastomosis (lymphovenous bypass) and Vascularized Lymph Node Transfer (lymphovenous transplant) are among the most common treatments to improve this condition.