Did you know that one of the fastest growing segments of cosmetic treatments in the United States is female genital plastic surgery? Yes, it’s true. According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), in 2015 nearly 9000 people underwent labiaplasty, and these numbers are skyrocketing each year.
On this show, we are going to dive deep into the field of cosmetic genital treatments. We’ll cover labiaplasty, ThermiVa, the O Shot, and more. In order to get a balanced and sensitive perspective on this charged-up issue, I’ve enlisted a very highly regarded female plastic surgeon to join me in discussing these controversial procedures, all of which are aimed at women.
We’ll also discuss what it’s like to be a female plastic surgeon, working in a specialty where the overwhelming majority of practitioners are men but the overwhelming majority of patients are women. We’ll discuss fascinating new studies on how gender plays a role in selecting a doctor, and how medical training often isn’t as an understanding of women’s issues as it should be.
Please join me and my guest, board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Heather Furnas, as we discuss Plastic Surgery of the Private Parts.
Dr. Heather Furnas and Dr. Francisco Canales – Santa Rosa, CA. - www.Enhanceyourimage.com
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Pregnancy and the Plastic Surgery Resident. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5147089