Why do once voluptuous, perky breasts become sad and droopy? Are uneven breasts common? Can large areolas be made smaller? Most of all, can these concerns be corrected…safely? On this final episode of season one of Beauty and the BS, we talk...
Why do once voluptuous, perky breasts become sad and droopy? Are uneven breasts common? Can large areolas be made smaller? Most of all, can these concerns be corrected…safely?
On this final episode of season one of Beauty and the BS, we talk with Houston based plastic surgeon Dr. Camille Cash on the topic of breast lifts ( mastopexy). What doesn’t work, what does, and which one may be right for you.
Join us for another fun and informative episode of Beauty and the BS.
From Her Website
One of the top plastic surgeons in Houston, Texas, Dr. Cash describes work as “double satisfaction” when she sees her patients both looking better and feeling better about themselves. “Whether I’m performing a facelift or breast reconstruction, my goal is to restore both function and form, and then to witness my patients’ spirits take flight. It’s a challenge and a privilege for me.”
Dr. Cash is the first female African-American plastic surgeon in the state of Texas to be certified by the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
The majority of patients who visit Dr. Cash at her cosmetic surgery practice are women interested in procedures to enhance the breasts and contour the body as well as to have reconstructive surgery. Dr. Cash is also happily seeing an increasing number of male patients who want to look and feel their best. The testimonials this exceptional plastic surgeon receives from grateful patients in Houston tell the story.
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