Plastic Surgery FAQs

Is Labiaplasty Right for You?

Understanding Female Anatomy Prior to discussing labiaplasty, it is important to have a basic understanding of female anatomy. What is typically referred to as the “vagina” is composed of many different parts. The outer, hair-bearing, vaginal lips are called the labia...

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How Much Does Eyelid Surgery Cost?

As people age, their eyelids sag and cause them to look permanently tired, sad, or stressed. People who feel unhappy with this development undergo blepharoplasty, which is the medical name for eyelid surgery, to help turn back the hands of time. The popularity of this...

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How Long Do Dermal Fillers Last?

People naturally lose facial fullness and plumpness as part of the aging process. The loss of subcutaneous fat leads to wrinkles, frown lines, crow’s feet, and a hollowed, sunken appearance the older a person gets. That is because the muscles of the face are closer to...

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Does Insurance Cover Plastic Surgery?

It’s not uncommon for plastic surgery patients at Western Maryland Health System to be concerned about paying for their procedure. When it comes to insurance coverage, most companies require customers to have a valid medical need for the procedure in order to cover...

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How Soon Can I Go Back to Work After Plastic Surgery?

Patients typically feel relieved and excited once they have made the decision to have plastic surgery. The only thing putting a damper on the decision is concern about missing any time from work. It is important for patients to have realistic expectations before the...

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Plastic Surgery After Having a C-section

According to the Centers for Disease Control, 32 percent of all pregnant women delivered their baby by Cesarean Section (C-Section) in 2014, which is nearly 1.3 million women across the United States. Although most women prefer to deliver vaginally, that isn’t always...

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Smoking during your plastic surgery recovery.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 46 million Americans routinely smoke some type of tobacco product. Smoking increases the risk of developing certain types of cancers, including those of the lungs, esophagus, throat, mouth, and stomach. It also...

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Is plastic surgery safe?

Undergoing surgery of any type can make people feel apprehensive about their safety. Although plastic surgery has proven to be exceedingly safe, no medical procedure is without risks. This is true both during the surgery and the recovery time afterwards. Before...

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The Difference Between Botox and Fillers

When it comes to eliminating wrinkles and other signs of aging from the face, many people don’t realize that they have more than one plastic surgery option. Short of getting a facelift, Botox has been the primary option in anti-aging surgery for many years. Now that...

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