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How Do I Know if It Is Time for a Facelift?

| The Office of Dr. Vincent Hung

3 Minute Read:  One of the greatest certainties in life is that time will never go by unnoticed, and, as we age, time leaves its defining mark on our skin in the form of sagginess, wrinkles, jowls, and loss of definition in our features.  When this starts happening to you, you may start wondering if […] [ Read More ]


Will People Know That I Had Gynecomastia Surgery?

| The Office of Dr. Vincent Hung

3 Minute Read:  Gynecomastia is a prevalent issue in the male population. The condition, which causes enlarged male breast tissues, has a reported prevalence of up to 36 percent.  Notably, men with gynecomastia often feel ashamed and embarrassed over their condition. Fortunately, gynecomastia surgery can help reduce breast size in men while flattening and enhancing […] [ Read More ]


Why Should I Choose Dr. Hung?

, | The Office of Dr. Vincent Hung

2 Minute Read:  Are you considering plastic surgery, skin cancer treatment, or reconstructive surgery after skin cancer? You probably have spent a lot of time trying to figure out how to find a good plastic surgeon. Picking a surgeon is one of the most critical aspects of the surgical process.  When you envision face or […] [ Read More ]


How Effective Is Mohs Surgery?

, | The Office of Dr. Vincent Hung

2 Minute Read:  Any cancer diagnosis can be disorienting and frightening. Over 5 million cases of skin cancer are diagnosed each year in the United States. However, there is good news. Most cases of skin cancer are treatable, especially if they are caught early. When Is Mohs Surgery Recommended? Mohs surgery is recommended for certain […] [ Read More ]


What Are the Benefits of Wearing Sunscreen Every Day?

, | The Office of Dr. Vincent Hung

2 Minute Read:  Sun damage used to mean the occasional burn and a few freckles. But we now know more about the devastating effects of the sun on unprotected skin. Not only does exposure accelerate aging and cause fine lines and wrinkles, but it can also lead to unattractive skin abnormalities and even skin cancers.  […] [ Read More ]


Is Sun Exposure the Only Cause of Skin Cancer?

, | The Office of Dr. Vincent Hung

3 Minute Read:  Most people assume that skin cancer is only caused by prolonged exposure to the sun. It’s true, the sun’s UV rays are the leading cause of skin cancer; however, many other lifestyle factors can influence skin cancer development.  Let’s look at lesser-known causes of skin cancer, so you can work to prevent […] [ Read More ]


Is it Safe to Undergo Plastic Surgery Right Now?

| The Office of Dr. Vincent Hung

3 Minute Read:  Our world has changed drastically over the last year. There are so many things we once took for granted that we now debate the safety of — such as elective surgery. So, after all this time, is it finally safe to undergo plastic surgery?  While plastic surgeons did have to shut their […] [ Read More ]


Your Guide to Skin Grafting in Pasadena

, | The Office of Dr. Vincent Hung

3 Minute Read:  Most skin cancer patients find Mohs surgery to be the optimal way to remove cancerous growths. While Mohs surgery is known for sparing as much non-cancerous tissue as possible, it can still result in significant surface injury that requires a skin graft.  This graft is vital to the healing process and provides […] [ Read More ]


How Does the Sun Damage Your Skin?

, | The Office of Dr. Vincent Hung

3 Minute Read:  Many people wish for tanned, glowing skin; however, tanning, if not done correctly, can result in severe skin damage.  This means that having tan, beautiful skin when you are younger may result in wrinkles and sunspots at an older age.  In addition to displeasing aesthetic effects, excessive sun exposure can cause skin […] [ Read More ]


Your Guide to Nose Reconstruction After Skin Cancer

, | The Office of Dr. Vincent Hung

3 Minute Read:  Skin cancer on the nose is an unpleasant experience at best and potentially deforming at worse.  Mohs surgery allows for cancerous growths to be removed with a minimal amount of tissue lost. Unfortunately, that still means that many people with skin cancer on their nose will end up with open wounds on […] [ Read More ]