One thing you can say about breast cancer survivors: they have fortitude. They don’t give up on life, and then after they have beaten cancer, they don’t give up on getting back their quality of life. To retake ownership of their own bodies, their sexuality, and their self-esteem, many women choose breast reconstruction after mastectomy. […]
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Scars are like fingerprints: everyone has them but no two are alike. Some people scar so lightly, they can hardly point to a scar on their body, while still others grow large angry looking scars, called keloids, from the smallest nick in the skin. People who say they are prone to keloids are right to […]
The common conception about breast augmentation is that it’s a younger woman’s procedure. A woman who is a bit more mature may wonder if she is too old to pursue a breast augmentation, breast lift, or both. But when you dig a little deeper, what most women probably want to know when they ask if […]
You have a couple of kids, you’ve gotten a bit older, and despite diet and exercise, that belly pooch won’t seem to go away. Sound familiar? Sometimes it is just a cosmetic issue (which can be bad enough), but other times that belly bulge is a sign of damage to underlying muscles. More specifically, it […]
Perhaps you are proud that you have your great grandma Sylvie’s slender ankles or your dad’s jet black hair. But maybe you also inherited … something you aren’t so fond of. For a lot of women, that something is a flat butt. There are lots of reasons (like celebrity trends) that make people want to […]
North Texas Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
1105 Central Expressway N
Building One, Suite 370
Allen, Texas 75013
Monday – Thursday:
8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. – Noon (once a month)
Our Allen, Texas office is conveniently located 30 minutes north of Dallas and easily accessible from surrounding cities such as Plano, McKinney, and Frisco, Texas.
We are located in the professional building at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen.