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Expert plastic surgery care saves child mauled by pit bull dogs [read more]

Too early to tell if dog attack jeopardized boy’s facial muscles, says Dr. Sahar [read more]

New Book Provides Guidance with Lower Extremity Repairs
Lee L. Q. Pu, a UC Davis professor of surgery, is the leading editor of a new comprehensive textbook in plastic surgery titled ... [read more]

Two New Products To Offer You - Smooth Affair Primer & Brightener and Glow Time BB Cream
We are so excited to announce we are now carrying Jane Iredale's new Glow Time Full Coverage Mineral BB Cream. ... [read more]

UC Davis Plastic Surgeon Earns Honors for Recent Clinical Trial
Work presented by Michael Wong, associate professor of surgery at UC Davis Health System, was honored for Best Overall Paper at the 62nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the California Society of Plastic Surgeons ... [read more]

Breast Imaging - the Three-dimensional Camera
Michael Wong, M.D. continues to use a three-dimensional camera, gauging its usefulness and level of patient satisfaction ...[read more] 

Checkup on Health: Is liposuction for me?... [read more]  
If you are thinking about liposuction, learn all you can about it first to decide whether it is right for you. 
By Thomas R. Stevenson, M.D. 

Getting the facts on body contouring ... [read more]
Does it seem like everyone is getting liposuction these days?

UC Davis plastic surgeon testing high-tech camera... [read more] 
In the world of surgery, precision is as important as patient safety. For Michael Wong, enhancing outcomes and providing a better surgical experience for patients is the reason he’s assessing a new high-tech camera that offers three-dimensional imaging.

Obagi-C Rx system for skin

The Plastic Surgery Clinic at the UC Davis Medical Group, C Street office offers the Obagi-C Rx System for Photolumines Skin, a line of prescription-based products designed to produce more radiant, luminescent skin.

The Obagi-CRx System contains a combination of ingredients such as vitamins C and E, hydroquinones, hyaluronidase, glycolics and sunscreens. The formula penetrates three times deeper to all skin layers than the top-selling, common, non-prescription products now on the market. The system works by regulating the production of melanin-producing cells, enhancing collagen production, minimizing skin cell damage from the environment, and correcting and restoring balance to lackluster skin and dark patches caused by photodamage.

Obagi Medical Products is based in Long Beach, Calif., and has made products available for more than 15 years in the United States and around the world.

For an appointment to see the new products, call (916) 734-7844 to schedule a consultation with clinical esthetician Teri Korvin.