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A woman’s breasts change over time due to many factors, including pregnancy and breastfeeding, weight fluctuation, genetic factors and the natural aging process. A breast lift, or mastopexy, is a procedure that raises the breasts by tightening the surrounding tissue and removing excess skin, creating a lifted, more youthful appearance.
Some women find that their breasts are too large and cumbersome, or do not look proportionate to the rest of their body. Breast reduction, also known as reduction mammoplasty, involves the surgical removal of some of the fat, tissue and skin from the breasts to reshape them and reduce their size.
A brow lift restores the face to its natural, more refreshed appearance, allowing you to look vibrant and rejuvenated. An adjunctive procedure that can be done along with eyelid surgery, facelift surgery, or both, a brow lift will raise the position of the brow.
Learn more about the dental services available at Northwell Health.
Learn about bunion correction surgery and the foot and ankle specialists who perform these procedures at Northwell Health.
Bunion correction is surgery used to treat a bunion that has formed on the big or little toe. A bunion is a bump at the toe joint that represents abnormal bone or tissue formation, sometimes resulting from rheumatoid arthritis of the foot and ankle. The misalignment can cause the toe to move outward and cross over the adjacent toe. This also results in inflammation, swelling and pain in the joint of the affected toe. The goal of bunion correction surgery is to relieve pain and correct deformity.
A C-section is the removal of a baby through abdominal surgery. Approximately one in three women delivers her baby through a C-section.
A computed tomography (CT) scan is a noninvasive, painless technology that produces detailed pictures of organs and other structures inside your body. It can even create a 3-dimensional model of the part of the body under investigation. Here is what you need to know about how it works, what to expect from your exam and how to prepare.
Robotic surgery is a minimally invasive alternative to traditional surgery that uses robotic arms to control superfine tools through small incisions. It can be used to treat many types of cancer.