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Case of the Month: January

Case of the Month: January photos courtesy of Dr. Daniel Suver, MD, FACS Breast Reduction This 23 year old woman suffered from severe neck, shoulder, and upper back pain since adolescence.  Her large breasts made it difficult to run or jump and be as physically active as she desired.  I treated her with breast reduction.  As is my standard, only a portion of the breast is removed, and the » Read More

Case of the Month: December

Case of the Month: December photos courtesy of Dr. Daniel Suver, MD, FACS Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck) This 45 year old woman has had trouble with her tummy since giving birth years ago.  As is common with many mothers, her skin had stretched and she had a stubborn roll of fat that would not change.  She was treated with abdominoplasty, or tummy tuck.  The excess skin and fat was removed.  » Read More

Case of the Month: November

Case of the Month: November photos courtesy of Dr. Daniel Suver, MD, FACS Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck) This mother of three experienced significant stretching of the skin and abdominal wall after her pregnancies.  She has a significant abdominal diastasis, which is a condition where the ligament between the abdominal rectus muscles stretches out.  This is a common problem after pregnancy, » Read More

Case of the Month: October

...sorry for the absence, but we've had a very busy summer at Plastic Surgeons of Alaska. We'll jump right back into it with another case of the month.  Breast augmentations are always in high demand during PFD season! Case of the Month: October photos courtesy of Dr. Daniel Suver, MD, FACS Breast Augmentation This young woman had been dissatisfied for years with size and shape of her » Read More

Case of the Month: July

Case of the Month: July photos courtesy of Dr. Daniel Suver, MD, FACS Breast Augmentation This young woman desired a dramatic increase in the size of her breasts, while yet retaining a natural look.  She chose 375ml saline implants.  We placed these in the submuscular position through a small incision under the fold of the breasts.  Scars are nearly invisible in this position, and have » Read More

Case of the Month: June

Case of the Month: June photos courtesy of Dr. Daniel Suver, MD, FACS Breast Augmentation This mother in her late 20's was unhappy with the deflation she experienced after pregnancy and breastfeeding.  She desired a very full, but shapely, breast augmentation.  These are 5 month results.  She is ecstatic with her new look.         » Read More

Case of the Month: May

Case of the Month: May photos courtesy of Dr. Daniel Suver, MD, FACS Breast lift (Mastopexy) This young woman was dissatisfied with the drooping of her breasts.  I performed a mastopexy, or breast lift, in which the skin is tailored and the breast tissues lifted to create a more youthful shape.  Her stretched areola and been made smaller, and since there nipple and areola remain attached » Read More

Case of the Month: April

Case of the Month: April photos courtesy of Dr. Daniel Suver, MD, FACS Bilateral Breast reconstruction after breast cancer This woman was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent bilateral mastectomies as treatment.  She chose to proceed with breast reconstruction using implants, which in the United States is by far the most common way to proceed when no radiation is required. » Read More

MentorBFF Referral Program

We are excited to announce Mentor's BFF referral program, where patient's will receive a gift card from Mentor after referring a friend for augmentation surgery using Mentor implants.  Visit the Mentor BFF website for complete details of this promotion. » Read More

Case of the Month: March

Case of the Month: March photos courtesy of Dr. Daniel Suver, MD, FACS Tummy Tuck + Breast Augmentation This woman experienced many of the changes commonly seen after having children.  Her breasts deflated, and her tummy lost its prior shape.  She wanted her breasts to appear full again, similar to what she had while breastfeeding.  This was performed with gel submuscular breast » Read More