Childbearing can be one of a woman’s most rewarding experiences, but it can also take a toll on the mother’s body, resulting in a frustrating loss of their hourglass figures. Each woman is affected differently, with age genetics and the size of the infant playing a significant role in how […]
By Joseph Rucker, M.D., F.A.C.S. During pregnancy, an ever-expanding “baby bump” is not the only physical change you will experience. That “glow” everyone talks about can quickly become a waxy […]
Scars are the unfortunate result of a wound that has healed. The severity of the scar is directly related to the type of injury, the scar’s location on the body […]
I recently gave a talk to health care professionals on the latest innovations in reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. The one topic that generated the most interest was breast reconstruction after […]
Unless you are Cindy Crawford, your mole is probably not your trademark. Moles are not only an aesthetic distraction, but can get in the way of shaving, rub against clothing […]
Stage 0: This stage is used to describe non-invasive breast cancer. There is no evidence of cancer cells breaking out of the part of the breast in which it started, or […]
Dr. Joseph Rucker, has been selected to be a keynote speaker at the 12th Annual BCAA Education Conference in Minneapolis, MN on October 12th. He will be speaking on “Staying Abreast: Innovations in Plastic Surgery”. Tickets are available for purchase at http://www.bcaamn.org.