COVID DID HAVE ITS ORIGIN IN A WUHAN LAB AFTER ALL

COVID DID HAVE ITS ORIGIN IN A WUHAN LAB AFTER ALL

Published on June 7, 2021 by

Over a year after the coronavirus brought first unleashed devastation on the world, it appears that Donald Trump was right after all.  Apparently, the US government and others around the world have known for over a year that the coronavirus was leaked from a Wuhan lab, not from a wet market in the area.  How […]

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History of Plastic Surgery

Published on June 4, 2021 by

From ancient Egypt to Beverly Hills: A brief history of plastic surgery Published 30th May 2021 From ancient Egypt to Beverly Hills: A brief history of plastic surgery Share Written by Oscar Holland, CNN Plastic surgery has become synonymous with the quest for youth and beauty, albeit with varying degrees of success. But the field […]

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How Genetics and Environment Play a Pivotal Role in Plastic Surgery Results

Published on May 31, 2021 by

Patients sometimes overlook the most important factors in plastic surgery results.  Genetics and environment play a huge role in surgical results.  Genetics may be something obvious to say, as some patients may have much smaller waists and much larger hips and much better skin.  Therefore, if you perf0rm liposuction and fat transfer procedures for these […]

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How Did Southeast Asia Move to the Top of the Coronavirus Death List?

Published on May 16, 2021 by

How Did Southeast Asia Move to the Top of the Coronavirus Death List?   Southeast Asia had for over a year maintained very good control of the novel coronavirus.  Southeast Asia had watched as the virus moved from its origins to countries in Europe and all over the world, devastating everything and everyone in its […]

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Anesthesiologists Fired and Replaced by Nurses for Surgical Cases

Published on April 14, 2021 by

Dr. Kenneth Hughes, Harvard-trained, board-certified plastic surgeon, has AAAASF accreditation for his surgery center in Los Angeles.  Dr. Hughes utilizes a rotating group of hospital anesthesiologists who perform anesthesia autonomously in surgery centers as well.  There has long been debate about the need for supervision of CRNA supervision in anesthesia cases.  Apparently, there is no […]

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Instagram Famous Doctors and Plastic Surgeons : Patients Need to Do More Research

Published on April 9, 2021 by

Dr. Kenneth Hughes, Harvard-trained, board-certified plastic surgeon in Los Angeles, has an Instagram account.  Dr. Hughes has maybe 5,000 followers.  He does not pay for followers or likes and he does not advertise and has never advertised with Instagram.  Rather, he has been on the receiving end of numerous censorship campaigns from competing plastic surgeons […]

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How Do You Know If You Are a Bad Patient?

Published on April 9, 2021 by

Bad patient #1. One type of bad patient has so much anxiety or so many neuroses, that the consultation and the never-ending litany of questions can really drag down overall morale of the surgeon and the practice team alike.  Dr. Hughes has received hundreds and even thousands of emails from a single patient.  These patients […]

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Do Not Burn The Bridge with Your Plastic Surgeon

Published on April 9, 2021 by

It is a curious thing.  Patients research their plastic surgeons for years sometimes.  Yet, despite selecting that plastic surgeon out of thousands to perform a procedure, they end up creating nightmare scenarios simply because of who they are.   A word of caution:  Please do not burn the bridge with your plastic surgeon.  Your plastic […]

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FDA Announces Some Acellular Dermal Matrices In Breast Reconstruction May Have Higher Chance for Complications

Published on April 8, 2021 by

On March 31, 2021, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that certain acellular dermal matrix (ADM) products used in implant-based breast reconstruction may have a higher chance for complications or problems. There are several methods for reconstructing the breast following mastectomy (surgical removal of the breast). For patients who will have breast reconstruction […]

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The Plastic Surgeon and the Small Business

Published on March 31, 2021 by

Dr. Kenneth Hughes, Harvard-trained, board-certified plastic surgeon in Los Angeles, treats a large number of plastic surgery patients each year. Plastic surgery is a service industry, and plastic surgery is a business. Many plastic surgeons represent small businesses that do not employ a huge number of employees. In addition, many of these offices are not […]

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