Cosmetic Surgeons Of Naples
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Dr. Master and Dr. Crane provide each patient individualized professional attention before during and after surgery. Dr. Nalin Master and Dr. Rebecca Crane have been practicing Aesthetic Surgery in Naples, Florida since 1983 and 1990 respectively. They have cared for many satisfied patients and their families for all these years and continue to do so.

Both, Dr. Master and Dr. Crane are Board Certified Plastic Surgeons, certified by American Board of Plastic Surgery. It is important to verify this qualification when choosing a Plastic Surgeon. Both, Dr. Master and Dr. Crane specialize in Facial Rejuvenation, Breast Surgery, Body Contouring and Liposuction. Additionally, they also offer Non-Invasive procedures like Injectables, Restylane, Juvederm, Radiesse and BOTOX.

Our goal is your satisfaction and comfort, provided in an intimate, private setting. We Thank you for your continued support and look forward to meeting with you to discuss your expectation. Due to genetic and inborn tendencies, body fat deposits in one area more than others.

read more › Looking great and feeling good enhances your self esteem and self confidence in all aspects of the life be it personal or at work. Aesthetic Plastic Surgery is an art which must also take into consideration your individualized goals and desires. We at Cosmetic Surgeons of Naples, CSN aim to help you achieve your personal goals. Dr. Nalin Master and Dr. Rebecca Crane have been practicing Aesthetic Surgery in Naples, Florida since 1983 and 1990 respectively. They have cared for many satisfied patients and their families for all these years and continue to do so.

read more › Dr. Master has a long standing aesthetic/cosmetic surgery practice in Naples Florida since 1982. He has many satisfied patients and their families who have returned for multiple procedures over the years. Dr. Master is also the senior most plastic surgeon in Naples, Florida. Dr. Master specializes in all aspects of Facial Cosmetic Surgery, Breast Surgery, Body Contouring/Liposuction. He also offers many non-invasive adjunctive procedures such as Injection of Botox, Restylane, Juvederm, Radiesse.

read more › Dr. Rebecca Crane, certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, specializes in Cosmetic Surgery of the face, body, and breast. Dr. Crane, a graduate of the University Of Florida College Of Medicine was trained in General Surgery and Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in New York City. Dr. Crane received The Golden Apple Award for outstanding Chief Resident Teacher in General Surgery. Dr. Crane has extensive training in Trauma Surgery, Hand Surgery, Cosmetic, and Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

read more › Aging and the effects of gravity cause skin and muscles of the forehead and brow to sag. Deep horizontal lines appear at the forehead and vertical lines in the center of the forehead. The eyebrows come to rest on the upper eyelids, making the eyes appear as narrow slits. Before the operation, you are advised to stop smoking and avoid all aspirins for 2-3 weeks. The forehead lift procedure is undertaken in an outpatient clinic under local or general anesthesia. The forehead is elevated and appropriate muscles are worked upon.

read more › Eyelids often show the earliest signs of aging. They can develop loose skin and excess fat deposits that cause the eyes to look chronically tired, angry, and puffy. In some individuals, upper eyelid skin becomes heavy and causes pseudoptosis ("drooping"). Excess skin can even hang over the eyelids and limit your full range of vision. Aging is not the only cause of eyelid problems; fat herniations in the lower lids can be genetic and require corrective surgery even in early adulthood. Eyelid surgery is a plastic surgery procedure that rejuvenates the eyes through the removal of excess skin and fat.

read more › The inherited genes from our families determine aging, which affects all of us. The skin, underlying fascia, and muscles lose tone and elasticity to become saggy. These changes bring upon wrinkles around the eyes, droopy corners of the mouth, sagging jaw lines, and "turkey gobbler" deformity of neck. As a result, the person looks tired and aged, resulting in a depressed look. Sometimes, weight loss may produce a similar facial appearance to those of the aging process. Males or females, in their 40's - 70's may be an ideal candidate for cosmetic facial surgery since there is still some elasticity in skin and, furthermore, bone structure is strong and well-defined.

read more › Rhinoplasty is one of the most commonly requested plastic surgical procedures. It is designed to alter the shape of your nose overall or only the tip. The nose is the most prominent feature of the face next to the chin and cheeks. In order to balance the profile, all these need to be in proportion. The best candidates for this operation are people who are physically fit, psychologically stable, and people who are looking for a balanced profile. Late teens are the best years to consider surgery.

read more › Whether because of genetically petite breasts, underdeveloped breasts, or diminished breast volume following pregnancy, many patients desire a fuller breast size. Breast augmentation, or "augmentation mammaplasty, " is a procedure that enhances breast fullness, firmness, and size with implants. This procedure can resolve the self-consciousness that many people feel due to having inadequate breasts and can help patients gain the self-confidence they desire. At your breast augmentation consultation, you and your surgeon will discuss your goals, medical history, body shape, and other factors that will influence your breast augmentation surgery.

read more › With breast lift surgery (medically known as "mastopexy"), it is possible to recreate the shape of the breasts, which look youthful and feel firm. Before the operation, you are advised to lose weight, stop smoking, stop all medications containing aspirin, and perhaps stop birth control pills also. The operation is usually carried out under general anesthesia in an outpatient facility. Usually areola (darker skin around the nipple) and nipple are repositioned at a higher level and the rest of the breast tissue is reshaped in a tighter cone.

read more › Breast reconstruction is a complex decision for women to make following the loss of a breast due to cancer or other diseases. Breast reconstruction can improve a woman's self-confidence and self- image resulting in an improved quality of life. While breast reconstruction can result in a breast that looks natural in appearance and feel, it will never exactly replicate the look and appearance of the breast that was removed. The loss of a breast is an emotional process that takes time for many women to accept.

read more › Genetics, age, body weight, and hormones affect the breasts. Younger women with large breasts are unable to participate in sporting activities, which can lead to shyness, loneliness, and other psychological/social problems. Other problems resulting from large breasts are shoulder grooving, neck and back pain, abnormal posture, repeated skin infections under the breasts, and being unable to fit in clothes. Before breast reduction, you are advised to stop smoking, stop birth control pills, and stop all medications containing aspirin for 2-3 weeks prior to surgery.

read more › There comes a certain point where many women who have undergone breast augmentation may no longer feel satisfied with their breast implants. While some women begin to experience changes to their body that have caused their implants to become uncomfortable, others may come across issues like implant rupture or capsular contracture that requires surgical removal of the implant. Some patients can also feel their implants no longer match who they are. Breast implant removal is a surgical procedure that removes a woman's current implants to produce a natural and aesthetically pleasing bust to their liking.

read more › An upper arm lift, or "brachioplasty, " is an ideal procedure for people with excess skin and fat deposits in their upper arms. The majority of patients who undergo an upper arm lift are massive weight loss patients who have excess hanging skin, but arm skin can also become loose with age in patients who have not experienced dramatic weight loss. An arm lift can reshape the upper arm to reveal a more toned and youthful arm contour. Before the operation, patients should achieve their weight loss goal and stabilize their weight.

read more › Plastic surgery is a science to improve the looks and to reconstruct the injured tissues. Hand surgery demands delicate tissue to be handled gently and with the utmost care to maximize the functional outcome. Before the operation, you should have a thorough physical examination of the hand. Elective surgery should be discussed in detail regarding the operation and post-operative hand therapy. Operations are undertaken in an outpatient clinic under local, sedative, or general anesthesia. The time involved depends on each operative procedure and it's complexities.

read more › Due to genetic and inborn tendencies, fat deposits can occur in some areas of the body more than others. These fat deposits can be resistant to diet and exercise and frustrating to address. Liposuction is also commonly called suction lipectomy or fat suction. It is a surgical body sculpting technique that removes unwanted localized fat deposits from specific areas of the body. If you are looking for help getting rid of stubborn fat, a liposuction procedure can help. Ideal candidates are at a stable weight with specific areas of excess fat.

read more › Going through pregnancy and nursing can be hard on the body, especially if a woman has multiple pregnancies. The growth and subsequent shrinking of the abdomen can weaken the abdominal wall, leaving the muscles loose and flaccid. Pregnancy can also lead to excess, hanging abdominal skin along with unwanted fat deposits in the abdomen, hips, thighs, and upper arms. Both pregnancy and breastfeeding affect the breasts in significant ways, causing them to swell and then deflate. Often, a woman's post-pregnancy breasts are deflated and saggy.

read more › Tummy tuck surgery (abdominoplasty) removes excess fat and sagging skin from the front of the midsection and tightens the abdominal muscles. Abdominoplasty is ideal for patients who cannot address these concerns through diet and exercise alone. Men and women with excess skin and fat in the abdominal area are generally good candidates for tummy tuck surgery. Patients who have significant excess skin and stretched muscles due to pregnancy or weight loss will benefit the most from this procedure. While other procedures like liposuction can address excess fat, only tummy tuck surgery can improve your abdominal body contours overall.

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