Plastic surgeons are known innovators and creators of new techniques and procedures. Dr. Joseph Murray, a plastic surgeon performed the world’s first successful kidney transplant. Countless other plastic surgeons devised ways to repair cleft lips in children, reconstruct breasts lost to cancer, use microsurgery to save arms and legs injured in accidents, rebuild faces of soldiers wounded in combat and expand the field of aesthetic surgery to offer patients improved self-esteem. Plastic surgeons also drove forward safe and efficient outpatient surgery that offers patients more options and faster recoveries.

Dr. Gutowski’s innovations include improved procedures that offer patients more comfort and shorter surgeries. He is also an early adapter of techniques that are demonstrated to offer better outcomes for his patients. As a respected plastic surgeon, Dr. Gutowski has been asked to offer his opinions on new technologies and various topics in improving the safety and outcomes of plastic surgery procedures.

No Drain Tummy Tuck & Body Lift – Read about Dr. Gutowski’s technique to eliminate drains from tummy tucks, body lifts, arm lifts and breast procedures.

Fast Recovery Breast Augmentation – Read about Dr. Gutowski’s refinements that allow patients to feel almost normal the day after their breast augmentation.

Outpatient Body Lift – Discover the ways Dr. Gutowski improves the surgical experience to allow patients having a body lift, or other procedure, to go home the same day.

Easier Recovery after Surgery – Read about Dr. Gutowski’s research and techniques to minimize discomfort, nausea and vomiting after surgery.

Fat Grafting & Tissue Engineering – Learn about Dr. Gutowski’s research and recommendations on fat grafting and tissue engineering in plastic surgery.

Safer Plastic Surgery – See Dr. Gutowski’s contributions to Patient Safety Guidelines for plastic surgery procedures.

Nipple Sparing Mastectomy & Breast Reconstruction – Learn about Dr. Gutowski’s efforts to promote better breast reconstruction outcomes by offering nipple sparing mastectomies for breast cancer.


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