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Edina Plastic Surgery At Edina Plastic Surgery, we understand that you want to be the very best and most confident YOU possible. Our board-certified Top Doctors provide traditional and innovative medical procedures to maintain, restore and enhance your appearance - and to bring out your inner confidence.

Our surgeons are experts in the full spectrum of plastic surgery procedures including facelifts, eyelid lifts, forehead lifts, nose surgery (rhinoplasty), breast augmentations, breast lifts, female and male breast reductions, mommy makeovers, tummy tucks, liposuction, body contouring and body lifts.Learning about our range of surgical procedures at Edina Plastic Surgery in Minneapolis is an important first step.

Select a procedure below to explore what's involved, how it can make a difference for you and the results you can expect. I am so glad I chose Dr. Leigh for my surgeon! I find him very professional, witty and caring. He has been great at every follow up visit to any questions I have and is mindful that I live an hour + away from the practice.

read more › Edina Plastic Surgery provides you with the most comprehensive and experienced surgical and support team in the Minneapolis area. Each physician at Edina Plastic Surgery is a board-certified with decades of practice experience. We are an accredited facility, which means we are continuously learning and then improving our techniques and practice to provide the best care and optimal outcomes for you. Our doctors, nurses and support staff all participate in the accreditation process and are committed to providing you with the highest quality care throughout your experience at Edina Plastic Surgery.

read more › Edina Plastic Surgery is accredited by The American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, Inc. (AAAASF), an organization that measures quality in outpatient facilities. AAAASF sets the bar for standards in outpatient surgery and requires surgeons to be board certified, in addition to holding hospital privileges for any procedures performed. The organization requires that anesthesia professionals are onsite for deeper levels of anesthesia, and that the surgery environment meet stringent safety standards.

read more › Dr. Philbin received his bachelor's degree in chemistry from the University of Wisconsin in Eau Claire, and his medical degree from the University of Wisconsin Medical School in Madison. He completed his general surgery and plastic surgery residencies at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics. Achieving certification from two respected organizations, The American Board of Surgery and The American Board of Plastic Surgery, Dr. Philbin has been recognized with multiple awards for exceptional patient care.

read more › Masters of Science in Engineering / Biomedical Engineering Concentration in Biofluid Mechanics. Dr. Christine Stewart has known that she wanted to be a physician since the first grade. While the rest of her classmates cringed and gasped during a video of an open-heart surgery during science class, she found herself transfixed and fascinated by how the heart works. Her weekly trip to the public library soon filled her bookbag with illustrated anatomy books instead of popular children's books. Her mother soon found herself reading passages about the skeletal system aloud at bedtime instead of fairytales.

read more › Dr. Wilke is a graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University and earned his medical degree from the University of Wisconsin Medical School in Madison. He completed a general surgery residency as well as a fellowship in plastic and reconstructive surgery at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics. With board certification from the American Board of Surgery and American Board of Plastic Surgery, Dr. Wilke has received numerous honors and awards. He was named a "Top Doctor" by Minneapolis/St. Paul Magazine multiple times and designated as one of the "Top Doctors for Women" by Minnesota Monthly Magazine for a number of years.

read more › While licensing for medical professionals is required by the government, accreditation is voluntary - and requires quality standards that exceed those of licensing. Our accreditation means we are continuously learning and improving our Minneapolis practice in order to provide the best care, innovative treatment and optimum outcomes. The American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities (AAAASF) was established in 1980 to standardize and improve the quality of health care in outpatient facilities.

read more › Breast augmentation surgery is one of the most frequently performed cosmetic procedures in the United States. It is not hard to understand its enduring popularity - the placement of breast implants can increase self-esteem and confidence, restore the body after pregnancy or weight loss, reverse the effects of aging, improve the fit of clothing and impact gender identity. The satisfaction rate from breast augmentation surgery is extremely high. Breast augmentation surgery (also known as augmentation mammaplasty) uses implants to improve or restore size and shape to a woman's chest, creating balance throughout the body.

read more › Year in and year out, breast augmentation continues to be one of the most popular plastic surgeries performed here in Minnesota and around the world. Since many women consider their breasts to be a source of femininity and pride, it is understandable that those who are dissatisfied with their breasts would seek out this procedure to boost their confidence or improve insecurities they've long carried. For much of the history of aesthetic medicine, breast augmentation has been performed through the use of implants.

read more › Breast implant removal surgery may be requested for multiple reasons, please discuss your personal reason with your surgeon upon consult. Breast implant removal surgery is a specialized area of augmentation surgery and may require techniques or procedures not typically a part of the original augmentation, such as use of drains, massage techniques, prolonged breast fold support, or the use of oral medications. These may be necessary in order to reduce undesired scar formations. Our surgeons will take the time to understand your concerns and desired outcomes.

read more › Pregnancy, nursing, advancing age and the force of gravity can take their toll on a woman's breasts. As the skin loses its elasticity, the breasts often lose their shape and firmness and begin to sag. Given that breasts are integral to so many women's sense of femininity and confidence, these changes are frequently unwelcome, disheartening and a source of deep self-consciousness. Breast lift, or mastopexy, can reverse signs of aging in the breast tissue and restore a perkier bust. Using several different surgical techniques, a plastic surgeon can raise and reshape sagging breasts and reduce the size of the areolas.

read more › It's one of the biggest questions women have after having their breast tissue removed due to breast cancer. For many women, the breast is a source of confidence and femininity, which is why it is difficult to accept the loss of their breast tissue. Luckily, there is a range of procedures that can help rectify some of the loss that comes with a cancer diagnosis or trauma: breast reconstruction. If you would like to learn more about how a breast reconstruction can help you, give our office a call at 612-688-3177 or text us at 952-925-1765.

read more › With time, even the best augmentation mammoplasty may be affected by eventual tissue sag or formation of capsular contracture (scar tissue) that requires further surgery. Because of our surgeons' extensive experience with augmentation mammoplasty, our surgeons are frequently asked to correct problems that have occurred with previous breast surgeries. Revision surgery may be requested because of dissatisfaction with the original surgery results, including appearance, size or problems in how the implants feel.

read more › Gynecomastia or male breast enlargement is a very common condition. It occurs in up to 60 percent of adolescent boys and young men. It may also develop later in life. In most cases, there is no apparent cause for the development of the male breast tissue, although it can occur as a side effect of some medications, significant weight gain or from some medical conditions. Gynecomastia is a medical term that comes from the Greek words for "woman-like breasts." While the condition is quite common, it is rarely talked about and men often feel self-conscious about the condition.

read more › Losing a significant amount of weight by any method is a wonderful accomplishment. Whether you achieved your goals through bariatric surgery or diet and exercise, you deserve to celebrate your success and enjoy your renewed health, energy and confidence. But what if your weight loss journey has left you with excess skin around your abdomen, buttocks and thighs? Following significant weight loss, many people struggle with loose, hanging skin or redundant folds that conceal the healthy body underneath.

read more › An arm lift, also known as brachioplasty, reduces excess skin and fat between the underarm and the elbow, reshaping the arm for smoother skin and contours. The surgery provides a more toned and proportionate appearance for the arms. Fluctuations in weight, growing older and even heredity can cause your upper arms to have a drooping, sagging appearance. Exercise may strengthen and improve the underlying muscle tone of the upper arm, but it cannot address excess skin that has lost elasticity or has underlying weakened tissues and localized fat deposits.

read more › The beauty of the buttocks is in the eye of the beholder. Preferences vary widely across cultures and generations, with today's trends favoring full, high cheeks and curvy hips offset by a narrow waist. Achieving this look is often impossible with diet and exercise, leading many to consider alternative options. Historically, buttock augmentation has been achieved with implants. Like breast implants, buttock implants are artificial devices that are surgically placed in the buttocks to enhance their fullness, firmness and curvature.

read more › A great deal of focus is placed on the derriere in contemporary culture. The butt is a symbol of fitness, sexuality, femininity and now even masculinity, and plays a vital role in defining a well-proportioned physique. With so much attention on this feature, it's easy to imagine the discontent and lack of self-esteem that can occur when someone is not happy with the appearance of their rear. A butt lift is designed to accentuate lackluster curvature by excising excess skin and fat. Patients who may benefit from this procedure have a deflated or saggy backside, potentially resulting from pregnancy or losing a lot of weight.

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