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Reduction of the Dumb Bell-Shaped Sagittal Crest Skull Deformity

The sagittal suture is the connective tissue joint between the two parietal bones of the skull. It is the midline cranial suture that connects the anterior and posterior fontanelle (soft spots) of the infant’s skull. While the fontanelles close quite early in life, the sagittal suture does not close until much later in life if Read More…

Postoperative Instructions – Hip Implants

When augmentation of the hips has been unsuccessful by fat injections or the patient has insufficient fat to harvest, hip implants are the sole alternative. Such hip implants are usually deigned custom for each patient. Placed in a deep subcutaneous pocket on top of the TFL fascia, hip implants are introduced through a small incision Read More…

Facial Masculinization Surgery – Recovery, Risk and Complications and Costs

Facial Masculinization Surgery Recovery The FMS recovery process largely revolves around the amount of swelling that occurs during treatment. Fortunately, the swelling is more of an aesthetic issue rather than a functional issue, meaning that patients recovering from FMS shouldn’t experience any functional limitations. The amount of swelling that occurs is largely down to the Read More…

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