A nicely done facelift should not be noticeable. Other people should think the patient looks nice, and it should NEVER occur to others that the patient has had an operation. The paradox in my mind is that in order to accomplish that goal the surgeon needs to be MORE aggressive, not less. Why? Because in…Read More
Thomas P. Sterry, MD
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New York, NY 10128
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Monthly Archives: October 2012
I do a lot of body contouring. In my earlier years, I was very possibly the most experienced plastic surgeon in New York City when it came to post-bariatric body contouring for loose skin. Times have changed, but I'm still glad that I have these skills, and I still do a fair number of arm…Read More
Medical photography online seems not to adhere to any set of standards. This is for the most part because doctors are trained in medicine and surgery, not photography. On the other hand, I have noticed a few websites that post pictures that I simply don’t believe are honest. They are not typically altered outright, but there is so much more to the story than photoshop alone.Read More
Every once in a while, a patient will come into my NYC office asking for cosmetic surgery of the belly button. (The media tries to make this out to be a fad, but I don't really see it that way.) Plastic surgeons who perform a lot of tummy tuck procedures are all fairly well trained…Read More