Surgery like a 787 Dreamliner gliding smoothly to a perfect landing. Always striving for the best in Cosmetic, Plastic, Reconstructive, Adult and Pediatric Surgery.
"My primary practice objective is to achieve the best possible aesthetic results in the safest conditions. So that safety is always #1." - Dr. Weinstein
Dr. Weinstein, a board certified plastic surgeon, has been include as one of "The Top Doctors in the New York Metro Area" for his expertise in Cosmetic Plastic Surgery.
Dr. Weinstein has an aesthetic plastic surgical practice devoted to helping people improve body image. His diverse training in Plastic Surgery, Maxillofacial and Surgical Oncology help patients achieve functional as well as aesthetic reconstruction. Natural facial rejeuvenation exemplified by expert jowl lifts, neck lifts or facelifts are done in a quiet private environment. Natural proportional breast augmentation, tummy tucks and liposculpture are ususally done in an outpatient hospital based facility. Most often Morristown Memorial Hospital in Morristown, New Jersey.
|Dr. Weinstein volunteers many hours to charity. He is helping to raise funding and support for the Dicksheet's India Project to save disabled children of the third world through free plastic surgery camps.Â His goal is to help children and adults with reconstructive cleft lip and palate surgery so that these children and people can smile again.
Dr. Weinstein is recognized for his expertise in:
Breast Plastic Surgery
Nose Contouring (Rhinoplasty)
mommy makeover n. Cosmetic surgery aimed at making a mother look the way she did before she had children. Also: mummy makeover.
So-called mommy makeovers can involve a variety of procedures, but often involve tummy tucks to tighten stretched abdominal muscles, liposuction to remove excess fat and a breast lift, with or without implants. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons reports that demand for those three procedures rose by 11 percent for women ages 20-39 between 2005 and 2006.
”Jeannie Kever, "Moms have found a new little helper in the post-baby era," The Houston Chronicle, September 16, 2007
Shannon Buttram, of Beaumont, got six souvenirs from her pregnancies: four adorable children, a shriveled bust line and bulging lower stomach.
Unable to regain her old shape through exercise, Buttram, 32, opted for breast augmentation and a tummy tuck, popular procedures in what plastic surgeons have dubbed "the mommy makeover."
"I just wanted to fix what childbearing did," said Buttram, a registered nurse whose children are 12, 8, 4 and 3. ”Janet Zimmerman, "Moms made over," The Press Enterprise, June 19, 2007
The birth of a last child often sends women to a plastic surgeon for the first time, typically for tummy tucks and liposuction, breast lifts and, sometimes, implants to fill out sagging breasts.
It's so common that a Scottsdale, Ariz., plastic surgeon calls the combination surgeries he offers women after pregnancy "The Post Baby Tune-up."
”Patricia Anstett, "Mommy makeovers: Women use plastic surgery to regain their shape,"Â Detroit Free Press, July 9, 2004
It Pays To Quit Smoking Before Surgery
ScienceDaily (Sep. 4, 2009) — People who start nicotine replacement therapy at least four weeks before surgery can halve their risk of poor wound healing. This is what the German Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care (IQWiG) concludes in information published on informedhealthonline.org.
Quitting smoking in times of stress is not easy
"It is not easy to quit smoking just before an operation," appreciates Professor Peter Sawicki, the Institute's Director. "But people who smoke are more likely to have complications after surgery than people who do not smoke," he adds.
IQWiG has now analysed current research results that show that nicotine replacement therapy can help people quit smoking and avoid complications after surgery. Nicotine replacement therapy helps reduce withdrawal symptoms when people stop smoking by giving them nicotine through a patch or chewing gum. Trials showed that only 14 percent of the patients who smoked had problems with wound healing if they had nicotine replacement therapy at least four weeks before surgery, compared to 28 percent of the patients who did not have nicotine replacement therapy. Poor wound healing is one of the most common complications after surgery.
Lack of oxygen can cause poor wound healing
"Anaesthetics and surgery put a strain on the body's oxygen supply as it is," explains Professor Sawicki. "Smoking reduces the amount of oxygen that is available in the blood even more, making it more difficult for wounds to heal – a process which requires oxygen."