Dr. James W. Fassbender, an orthopedic surgeon in Miami, has a new procedure for patients who have been in plastic surgery operations, but it’s not a surgical fix for all types of problems.
He is now using an adhesive to attach the surgical scars to the patient’s skin and then reconstructing the wounds in a fashion that allows the scars to heal.
The technique, known as “mascarpone” , is also being applied to patients who are recovering from other surgeries, such as neck surgery or a facial reconstruction.
Faccbender has been practicing mascarpones for about 10 years and he said his practice now has a larger group of patients than it did a decade ago.
He said his patients are happy with the results, and that it’s more challenging to treat patients who already have scars.
“I’m not saying they’re not happy, but we’re not treating them as if they’ve already had the surgery,” he said.
“We’re trying to figure out how to get them to live with their scars.”
He said that’s where surgeons need to take a step back and look at how to make the scars better.
“You’re going to have to be a little bit creative and kind of change the way you’re treating the scarring,” he told ABC News.
Faced with scarring, doctors are not sure what to do with scars The scarring problem in plastic surgeries, like other types of surgery, is growing, said Dr. Peter DeSimone, an associate professor of surgery at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.
He sees about 2,000 to 3,000 patients each year who have had a plastic surgery operation, most of them in the last five years, DeSimon said.
It is not uncommon for patients to have plastic surgery scars, including scars that appear as scars, and he says there are not always clear answers.
For example, some people have scars from the operation, but they do not know it until they start feeling discomfort, DeSomone said.
For many patients, they will have to wait several years before they feel their scars can be fixed, and for some, it may take a few years for scarring to disappear.
“There’s always a lot of different factors that can go into that scarring and whether you’re looking at just a plastic scar or whether there’s scarring that has to do more with the operation itself, or the scars that are associated with it,” DeSimonsaid.
DeSimones surgeries, which can include plastic surgeries and reconstructive surgery, usually involve a large amount of healing and involve surgery to repair a small area of the body.
But there is some variability in the scars patients have to deal with, so the surgeons need guidance on how to fix them.
Plastic surgeons, like DeSim, need to be educated on how they can best handle these types of scars, De Simones said.
He recommends patients be informed of the risks associated with the surgery, and have a physical exam done to see if they have a scar, or scars that could cause problems, such a scar above the eye, and scar below the eye.
De Simone also recommends that patients have a CT scan done, to look for any changes in their skin that could lead to scarring.
The scar will be visible to the naked eye, so a laser scan can be done, and a CAT scan can also be done to look at any abnormalities in the tissue.
The surgeons also need to have the patient visit a plastic surgeon to see whether the scars will need to heal or be removed, and if they need to do a full surgery to fix the scar.
“A lot of times, I think, the scar that we see in patients is not really a scar at all,” De Simonsaid, who said he has treated more than a dozen plastic surgeries patients.
De Soms is not alone in seeing the problem of plastic surgery scarring as more and more people are getting plastic surgery.
A recent survey conducted by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons found that more than 80 percent of the U.S. population had some form of plastic-related scarring over the past five years.
It found that of the people surveyed, more than 90 percent of patients were satisfied with their surgery, but a third said they were dissatisfied.
Plastic surgery scars may appear on people without scarring at all Some of the scarred patients interviewed said that they have never had surgery to correct the scars, or that they had scars that appeared to be plastic surgery or facial reconstruction, but the scars were not real.
For them, it was not as if the scar was real.
The most common scarring was a small spot below the brow, called a “dented brow,” said Dr, James J. Lefkowitz, an assistant professor of plastic and reconstructural surgery at St. Elizabeths University Hospital in London.
Lelofsky said that scars can appear on anyone