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Sometimes, no amount of diet and exercise can give you the flat, contoured tummy you want. For this reason, many Houston men and women elect to get tummy tuck surgeries. But before considering a tummy tuck, there are important steps you need to take to ensure your results are long lasting, and that your healing […]

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If you’re considering a breast augmentation procedure in Houston to correct asymmetrical, mismatched sized or underdeveloped breasts, you may be wondering, “What happens if I lose weight after my breast augmentation? Will my breasts look different?” Dr. Fusi & Dr. Craig have counseled several Houston women on breast augmentation surgery, and they are here to […]

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Whether you have experienced the miracle of childbirth or have lost a significant amount of weight in your abdomen, you may be left with several stretch marks. While many Houston women embrace these scars that are so often associated with pregnancy as their “tiger stripes,” they embarrass some women. A lot of Houston patients come […]

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  Your decision to undergo a rhinoplasty can be an exciting time and welcomed change. However, before scheduling your surgery there are ten aspects you should consider about your rhinoplasty. Take approximately ten days off from work. In our Houston practice, we have talked to many patients who expect to be up and back to […]

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The development of breast reconstruction procedures for breast cancer patients has evolved significantly. The advent of DIEP flap surgery has allowed for an even closer match between the healthy breast and your reconstructed breast. As experts in breast reconstruction, Dr. Fusi and Dr. Craig have evolved procedures that further enhance the results of DIEP flap […]

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Upper extremity lymphedema is a common byproduct of breast cancer, since lymph nodes in the area are frequently removed or affected by radiation therapy. Although the road to recovery may be long and full of obstacles, you can navigate the challenges by continuing therapeutic exercise after surgical treatment. At their Houston practice, Dr. Fusi and […]

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