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James J. Romano, MD BACKGROUND Artecoll is an exciting implantable and injectable material recently introduced as a study in the United States. It is not new, however, and it has been used in over 100,000 patients outside of the United States and is still currently in use in these countries. It is proposed to be… Read more »
Anticipating Plastic Surgery
James J. Romano, MD Anticipating plastic surgery, Dr. Romano knows, involves a great deal of commitment and research on the part of his patients. With this in mind, Dr. Romano calls attention to the most important element of his personal practice style: that he consistently constructs and nurtures a relationship with every patient, a relationship that… Read more »
The Anti-Aging Revolution
James J. Romano, MD Aging is not a bad thing. Dr. Romano strongly subscribes to the fact that aging can be managed. As we live fuller and longer lives, we are becoming increasingly aware of this natural phenomenon. The external signs of aging are all obvious to us, from the simplest fine wrinkle lines of… Read more »
James J. Romano, MD CLOTHING AND SKIN PROTECTION FACTS A light T-shirt has a sun protection factor (SPF) of only 6 or 7, not even close to the 15 or 30 in a good sunscreen. Bleached cotton clothing offers less protection than unbleached cotton, wool, or polyester. Darker colors block more sunlight than lighter colors…. Read more »
James J. Romano, MD More than 25 million surgical procedures are performed each year in the United States alone. Certainly many people close to you have been helped and treated by the science of anesthesiology. Routine surgical procedures are carried out in the operating room by the thousands every day. Even though the numbers and… Read more »
James J. Romano, MD Acne is a chronic inflammatory disease of the sweat glands and hair follicles. It affects patients of all ages. It results from multiple factors, but the abnormal degree of keratinization or epidermal cell stickiness is one of the most important factors. This leads to a high degree of clogging of the… Read more »« Previous 1 … 4 5 6