Eugene J. Cherny, M.D., F.A.C.S., is the director of Heartland Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in Des Moines, Iowa. He studied medicine at Rush Medical College in his hometown of Chicago. Dr. Cherny has been practicing in Des Moines since 1989 and is Board Certified in Plastic Surgery by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Cherny has … read more...
Des Moines Plastic Surgery – Mommy Makeover – CoolSculpting – Breast Augmentations – Skin Treatments
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Our clinic is designed to be a low-stress "homey" environment and is convenienty located in Des Moines, Iowa.
At Heartland Plastic Surgery, we offer a variety of services both cosmetic and reconstructive. Some of the most popular procedures include breast augmentation, rhinoplasty, liposuction, coolsculpting, and mommy makeovers.
Having plastic surgery is a very personal decision. Whether it is cosmetic or reconstructive in nature the patient must find a clinic and surgeon that they feel confident and comfortable with. Which is why our highly trained and dedicated staff provide patients with exceptional care before, during, and after their procedures.
Dr. Cherny is dedicated to providing his patients with a range of options utilizing the most minimally invasive advanced techniques available. He has been serving the Des Moines area for many years and takes great pride in his work.
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CAN BREAST IMPLANTS CAUSE CANCER? A possible link of breast implants to breast cancer was reported in the papers 1/27/2011 and I don't want my patients to be worried! I first heard about this a year ago. A top scientist was lecturing at a national plastic surgery meeting. At that time only 12 patients, out of the millions who have had breast … read more...