Plastic Surgeons

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Dr. Eric Jablonka

Dr. Eric Jablonka

Plastic Surgeon
Chesapeake, VA
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Dr. Richard Rosenblum

Dr. Richard Rosenblum

Plastic Surgeon
Virginia Beach, VA
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Dr. Tamara Kemp

Dr. Tamara Kemp

Plastic Surgeon
Virginia Beach, VA
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Dr. Alexander Sailon

Dr. Alexander Sailon

Plastic Surgeon
Virginia Beach, VA
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A plastic surgeon is a physician who has taken additional training in reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. Plastic surgeons work to improve patients' appearance and self-esteem through a variety of techniques. In treating patients a plastic surgeon can also educate them on breast reconstruction, breast augmentation, facelift, liposuction, breast reduction surgery, rhinoplasty (nose job), skin grafts, abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), spider vein removal, eyelid surgery, brow lift and gynecomastia surgery.

A plastic surgeon is a medical doctor who has completed additional training and specialization in the field of plastic and reconstructive surgery. Plastic surgeons are skilled in both reconstructive procedures, which aim to restore function and appearance after injury, disease, or congenital abnormalities, as well as cosmetic procedures, which focus on enhancing the aesthetic appearance of various body parts.

The field of plastic surgery is broad and encompasses a wide range of procedures aimed at improving patients' appearance and, subsequently, their self-esteem and confidence. Some of the common procedures that a plastic surgeon may perform include:

  1. Breast Reconstruction: Restoring the shape, size, and symmetry of the breast(s) after mastectomy or significant breast tissue loss.

  2. Breast Augmentation: Enhancing the size and shape of the breasts using implants or fat transfer.

  3. Facelift: Also known as rhytidectomy, this procedure tightens and lifts the facial skin to reduce sagging and wrinkles.

  4. Liposuction: Removing excess fat deposits from specific areas of the body to improve contour and shape.

  5. Breast Reduction Surgery: Reducing the size of overly large breasts to alleviate physical discomfort and improve body proportion.

  6. Rhinoplasty (Nose Job): Reshaping the nose for aesthetic or functional purposes.

  7. Skin Grafts: Transferring healthy skin from one area of the body to another to cover wounds or damaged skin.

  8. Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck): Removing excess skin and fat from the abdominal area and tightening the underlying muscles.

  9. Spider Vein Removal: Treating small, visible blood vessels (spider veins) usually found on the legs or face.

  10. Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty): Correcting droopy eyelids or removing excess skin and fat around the eyes for a more youthful appearance.

  11. Brow Lift: Elevating the eyebrows to reduce forehead wrinkles and create a more alert and youthful appearance.

  12. Gynecomastia Surgery: Correcting enlarged male breasts caused by hormonal imbalances or other factors.

It's important to note that plastic surgeons undergo rigorous training and must be certified by the appropriate medical boards in their respective countries. Additionally, they prioritize patient safety and satisfaction while adhering to ethical and professional standards in their practice. Patients considering any of these procedures should thoroughly research potential surgeons, have a detailed consultation, and fully understand the risks and benefits before proceeding.

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Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

Canadian Society of Plastic Surgeons

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United States of America

National Provider Identifier (NPI) 

American Board of Plastic Surgery

American Association of Plastic Surgeons

American Board of Cosmetic Surgery



Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency

Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons

Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine


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Medical Council of New Zealand


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General Medical Council



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Health Professions Council Of South Africa



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