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Yale Kadesky M.D. and his team at the H-Art of Plastic Surgery are dedicated to continuing a knowledge-base for their community.

Eliminating Spider Veins & Broken Capillaries

Sometimes in life, little things mean a lot. Like spider veins on the thighs and legs and ankles and broken capillaries on the face. Many people can’t stand them and would love to see them gone. Fortunately, I have what it takes to make their wishes come true. I treat...

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One Day Wonders

When I started doing face/neck lifts 3 years ago, my patients took 3 weeks before they could be seen in public without worrying that someone would be frightened of how they looked. The swelling and bruising took way too long to disappear. Flash forward to 2020. My new...

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THE ONLY GOOD THING ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS

(How to make Lemons into Lemonade) As virtually everything we do outside our homes shutters the doors, it’s time to cocoon. What a perfect time to get that cosmetic surgery you always wanted, but didn’t have the time to do in between work and busy social/family...

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When a Plastic Surgeon Gets Plastic Surgery Part II

Hi plastic surgery aficionados! I had my upper and lower eyelids “tucked” 3 days ago — and I’m at work today! (See selfie below.) I feel great — I have my energy back, my bruising and swelling are going away and swelling are going away and I never had any pain (except...

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When a Plastic Surgeon gets Plastic Surgery Part III

When a San Diego Plastic Surgeon Has Plastic Surgery Part III It’s been almost 2 ½ months since my upper and lower eyelid surgery. I’m virtually healed -- just doing a little scar therapy at my laugh lines. Bottom line -- it’s the best thing I have done for myself...

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When A Plastic Surgeon Has Plastic Surgery

During my journey as a plastic surgeon, I have helped hundreds of my patients have vastly improved self esteem and self confidence by transforming their faces and/or bodies. Now, it’s my turn! As I approach the big 70, I’m grateful to be alive and healthy. Although I...

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Does Plastic Surgery Produce Happiness?

Like most things in life, the answer is “No” and “Yes.” Why “No?” There are some people who will NEVER be happy, no matter how beautiful or handsome they are. They think “If I only had perky “D” cup breasts instead of “B” cup breasts. I’d be happy.” NO question -...

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Dr. Barnacle Buster ( seborrheic keratosis)

Do you suffer from unsightly plaques on your skin? They are usually brown, tan, or black and raised and rough textured. They typically pop up in older folks on the back, chest, arms, egs and neck - even the head (face and scalp). The good news -- they are benign and...

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Plastic Surgery Over the Age of 65…

It’s never too late to feel great about yourself! Seniors frequently ask me if they are too old for plastic surgery. I ask them about their overall health and many of them are quite healthy. As we age we tend to get high blood pressure, high cholesterol, some GERD...

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Dog Bites: Prevention and Treatment

San Diego Plastic Surgeon Hand Specialist Last week, I treated a young woman who works at a dog boarding and training facility. She had just clocked out for the day when she heard a dog fight break out. While trying to break up the dogs, she got a large chunk of her...

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