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When to Consider Labiaplasty

While there was a time when women did not talk about their labia, that day seems to be long past. With the stigma gone, labiaplasty is becoming more popular every year, with a 39 percent increase from 2015 to 2016. Labiaplasty is designed to help women who experience physical discomfort due to the size of […]

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Should My Teenager Undergo Plastic Surgery?

Growing up can be hard sometimes, especially as a teenager. There are so many things that can affect self-esteem and confidence. Whether it is teasing from peers or just thinking negatively of themselves and the way they look, your teen may be struggling with their image. Some teenagers suffer from protruding ears, overly large and […]

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It May Be Time for a Mommy Makeover

Motherhood transforms a woman’s physique. You won’t believe the changes that can happen to a woman’s body during pregnancy. The breasts get bigger, the abdomen expands, and weight is gained. Many women are not bothered by the sacrifice needed to bring another life into the world. The miracle of life is worth all the havoc […]

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The Procedure Women Are Not Talking About

Many women struggle with areas of their body they are unhappy with and often seek out plastic surgery to achieve the body they want. Among one of the most popular procedures is breast augmentation. Breast surgery has been around for years and continues to stay one of the most talked about plastic surgeries in the […]

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The Truth About Labiaplasty

Although many women deal with the physical and emotional discomfort associated with irregular inner vaginal lips (labia minora), most think that they are alone in this struggle and that nothing can be done to improve their condition. Enlarged or asymmetrical labia may be the result of genetics, childbirth, aging, hormonal changes, or injury and may […]

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To our Patients

On 3/13/18 Dr. Jervis passed away. The family is working to transition the practice and resolve outstanding issues for all his beloved patients. Thank you, the Jervis family.

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