Short scar breast reduction in Trinidad provides a vertical scar and a vertical concept – the entire movement of the breast is in an upward direction. Projection of the breast is also increased and the shape becomes more conical, closer to a youthful ideal. Shorter scars mean improved appearance and shorter recovery.
Facelift is probably the most misunderstood procedure in cosmetic surgery. In our Caribbean cosmetic plastic surgery clinic at Trinidad Institute of Plastic Surgery we see clients desiring facial rejuvenation on an almost daily basis. A lot of time is spent during consultation to dissipate the myths and misunderstanding about facelift surgery, a pivotal procedure in […]
SAFELipo liposuction is a surgical technique with a growing reputation to deliver what clients are looking for at our Caribbean plastic surgery clinic at Trinidad Institute of Plastic Surgery – better appearance, smoother contours. SAFE is an acronym for the three steps of the sculpting process – separation, aspiration, fat equalization. The first step separates the fat from connective tissues and particularly blood vessels and nerves while avoiding much of the trauma to the latter normally caused by laser, ultrasound and negative pressure.
Nose job before and after pictures are a great tool to help both rhinoplasty surgeons and patients to understand the objectives the patient has in mind
Electrical injuries comprise only a small fraction of burn injuries admitted to specialized centers. High voltage injuries may not be survivable. The flow of current through the body interferes with tissues conducting electricity on their own (nerves, heart) and expends its energy on tissues with highest resistance, the bones, causing high temperature damage from the […]
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So Pandora’s box was finally opened. The eventual worldwide recall of French Polyimplant Prothese (PIP) silicone breast implants puts a final exclamation mark behind what everybody knows but hates to admit – cheap is bad, to be cheap you have to cut corners to cut costs and cutting corners – such as using industrial instead […]
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It has been said that it is the secret dream of any surgeon to leave this world with his or her name attached to at least one instrument. This is what makes craniofacial surgery real fun as Paul Tessier had his name attached to almost all instruments on an average craniofacial surgery instrument tray. So […]
The correlation between structure and appearance is most straightforward when the skeleton is involved. Today’s case involved a young women after a motor vehicle accident more than a decade ago. The forehead was uneven, the brows in unequal position, old hardware palpable over the roof of the eye socket and the nose was crooked and […]