Category Archives: cosmetic-surgery
Summer is just around the corner and so is bikini weather! Do you feel uncomfortable with an excess bulge at the top of your vagina that just doesn’t look right in anything you wear? This area is the Mons Pubis … Continue reading
An enlargement of the pubis mons is common due to pregnancy, fluctuations in weight or genetics. This problem occurs most commonly in women, but may effect men as well. One strategy for combating and enlarged pubis mons is a mini … Continue reading
Many women at childbirth undergo episiotomy. That means that the doctor cuts the tissue between the vaginal opening and the rectum to give the baby more room to go through. The doctor then stitches the cut to retighten the vaginal … Continue reading
In discussing labiaplasty, we quite naturally tend to talk mostly about the labia minora. This leaves the related subject of surgical rejuvenation of the labia majora often neglected. Nevertheless, this is an important enough topic to warrant some discussion here.
I saw an item in the news the other day that just adds to my obsession with telling potential patients that they need to thoroughly investigate their plastic surgeon before they hire him or her to perform a procedure. Unfortunately, … Continue reading
If you’re thinking about getting a labiaplasty or vaginoplasty, you might consider getting it sooner than later. That’s because there’s lots of talk about taxing plastic surgery procedures in order to help the economic recovery along.
For many people, plastic surgery, cosmetic surgery and reconstructive surgery are all the same creature. But believe it or not, there’s a difference. Each is related, but there is a slight difference that you should know with each of them. … Continue reading
Daughter Kari Colen MD Joins Cosmetic practice of her parents Helen Colen MD and Stephen Colen MD