Behzad Parva, MD, Plastic Surgeon
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Parva Summer 2010 Newsletter

There is a fine line between conservative and assertive measures in regards to keeping skin healthy and looking its best. The good news is, reducing your risk for skin cancer and overall wrinkle prevention may be achieved with one easy step; SUNBLOCK!

  • Dr. Parva goes to Washington
  • Meet our new patient coordinator – Petra Lipski
  • A Patient’s Perspective: Skin Cancer and Skin Health:
  • and more!

Download the Summer 2010 issue.

Parva Spring 2010 Newsletter

Spring is a time for renewal and rejuvenation. In this issue Parva Plastic Surgery is excited to announce the arrival of one of the highest ranked cosmetic lasers across the U.S. The Sciton Laser offers dramatic results, meeting our patient’s overall aesthetic needs. This issue will also highlight how the Sciton Laser can help you with the “Three T’s” – tone, texture and tightening. Hear a patient’s perspective on how this technology has changed her life.

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Parva Winter 2009 Newsletter

Bringing a child into the world is one of the most rewarding experiences a woman can have, but it can exact a high toll upon her body, and often her self-esteem. More and more women are turning to plastic surgery in order to flatten their stomachs, restore volume to their breasts and reestablish their pre-pregnancy figures. These so-called “Mommy Makeovers” are becoming increasingly popular, thus we have created the Mommy Makeover Series, a collection of articles designed to inform our patients about various procedures that can restore a more youthful, pre-pregnancy figure.

Find out more in the Winter 2009 issue!

Parva Fall 2008 Newsletter

When a woman has been diagnosed with breast cancer and the medical decision has been made to remove a breast, she may experience feelings of identity loss or inferiority. We want you to know that we are here to help you through this difficult time. We hope this article will help explain what is involved with reconstructing a breast following a mastectomy.

Find out more in this issue!