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Archive for July, 2012

Social Media Spikes Facial Surgery Interest

Between 2010 and 2011, chin augmentation procedures have increased by an incredible 71%. The surgery creates a more defined jaw line to better balance the patient’s facial features. Thus, many professionals in the field are exploring a possible correlation between this surgery and the overwhelming popularity of Facebook, which features close-up profile photos that focus […]

50th Anniversary of Silicone Breast Implants

The 50th anniversary of silicone breast implants has recently passed. To commemorate it, The NY Daily News interviewed great-grandma Timmie Jean Lindsey, 80, of Texas, who was the first recipient of silicone breast implants in the U.S. At a Houston Hospital in 1962, she found the surgeon because she wanted tattoos removed from her chest. […]

Implant Recall 2019

As reported in the news, textured breast implants have been associated with a rare type of lymphoma (cancer of the immune system) called Breast Implant Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL). This lymphoma is so rare that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not recommend that textured implants be removed or replaced in those without symptoms of BIA-ALCL.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19)- A message from Michael Nagy, MD FACS

During this time of uncertainty and stress as we face this new health threat, I wanted to take this opportunity to reach out to our patients to hopefully offer you some reassurance that here at Plastic Surgery of the Face & Body your comfort and safety is our utmost concern and priority. As a physician, I am constantly receiving and reviewing information as it comes out daily from the CDC as well as state and local agencies regarding COVID-19. We have many safeguards in place that any good medical practice should have to ensure the safety of not just our patients but our employees, and will remain diligent to continue these practices. At the same time, we kindly ask that if you are not feeling well to please reschedule your appointment. We will make every effort to accommodate you with rescheduling at a convenient time. We all must do our part to protect not only ourselves, but those around us as well. With due diligence, we will get through this together.

In good health,
Michael Nagy MD and Staff