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    Pre-Holiday Open House 2014

    Last updated 1 day 10 hours ago

    We had such a great time at our 2014 Pre-Holiday Open House! Thank you to everyone for coming out!

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    SkinPen and Voluma Demos at our Pre-Holiday Open House!

    Last updated 3 days ago

    Don’t miss our live SkinPen and Voluma demos tomorrow at our Pre-Holiday Open House! It’s not too late to RSVP. Call us today at 713-467-4007. Hope to see you there! 

    A Patient's Guide to Tummy Tuck Prep

    Last updated 4 days ago

    If you’re scheduled for a tummy tuck surgery, following your plastic surgeon’s preparation instructions is essential. Failing to stick to these instructions could delay your surgery or complicate your recovery. As your tummy tuck approaches, here are some things you can do to get ready for your surgery and plan for your recovery. 

    Have Necessary Lab Tests

    Before your procedure, your plastic surgeon will need to ensure that you are healthy enough to undergo a tummy tuck and that you don’t have any conditions that could complicate your recovery. As such, in addition to performing a medical evaluation, your plastic surgeon may order lab tests. Be sure to schedule these tests in plenty of time for your doctor to get the results before your surgery. Failing to do so could cause your surgeon to postpone your procedure.

    Stop Smoking

    Smoking and surgery is always a bad combination. Smoking not only puts you at a higher risk of complications from anesthesia, but it can also prolong your recovery. If you don’t want to stop smoking long-term, your plastic surgeon may still ask that you give it up for a set period before and after your tummy tuck. If you need help quitting, talk to your doctor about strategies you can use, from support groups to medications that ease cravings.

    Adjust Your Medications

    You may need to stop or adjust the schedule or dose of certain medications in the run-up to your tummy tuck. For instance, if you have diabetes, your plastic surgeon will discuss strategies for taking insulin on the day of your procedure. It’s also important to avoid aspirin, anti-inflammatories, and herbal supplements, as they can increase the risk of excessive bleeding.

    R. Scott Yarish, MD and his Houston plastic surgery team offers patients support before, during, and after tummy tucks and all of our plastic surgery procedures. If you’re interested in exploring your plastic surgery options, schedule a consultation at our office today by calling (713) 568-3257. 

    Dr. Yarish Named as Allergan's "Top 50" Practices in U.S.

    Last updated 8 days ago

    Dr. Yarish is honored to be named as Allergan’s “Top 50” practices in the United States. Congratulations Town & Country Plastic Surgery and Medical Spa!!!

    Pre-Holiday Open House - November 20, 2014

    Last updated 16 days ago

    Join us Thursday, November 20th, from 5 to 8 p.m. for our Pre-Holiday Open House!

    We'll be having a private sale on services and products, spectacular door prices, raffles, live patient demonstrations, cocktails and hors d'oeuvres.

    Please RSVP by November 13th to (713) 467-4007.



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