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Tuesday, February 26. 2008

Category : Facelift / Tuliplift, : Fat Transfer, : New Treatments

Tuesday, February 26. 2008

What You Should Expect with a Facelift

The Lifestyle Lift has become very popular over the past few years and I have had several patients ask me about it. I love that more and more surgeons are performing facelifts under local anesthesia. Remember, local anesthesia is all that is needed. I have been doing my Tuliplifts under local anesthesia since 2000.

One of the things that sets the Tuliplift apart is that the area under the neck is also addressed. Excess skin and fat is removed and the neck muscle (Platysma) tightened...

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Saturday, February 16. 2008

Category : General Advice, : New Treatments, : Procedures

Saturday, February 16. 2008

Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis)

Axillary and Palmar Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating) can be very distressing and interfere with daily living and ones career.

Axillary and palmar hyperhidrosis can be socially and professionally embarrassing. Here is how I approach patients with excessive sweating.

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Monday, February 11. 2008

Category : General Advice

Monday, February 11. 2008

Being a Fellowship Director Helps Me Stay on the Cutting Edge

2008 marks the third year of out Cosmetic Surgery Fellowship Program. The first two years have been a great success and it gives me great joy to share my knowledge of Cosmetic Surgery with a fellow surgeon who is eager to learn.

I am reminded of my time as a Chief Resident at Mount Sinai Medical Center when I explain Cosmetic procedures to my fellow. Reviewing articles and explaining why I do a procedure in a certain way also allow me to stay on the cutting edge.

Teaching has become one of the greatest joys in my professional life. I am thankful for that.

Dr. A. David Rahimi