Quadriceps Implant: Cosmetic Improvement to the Anterior Thigh Region in a Patient Suffering From HIV Muscle Wasting

Article Published In: The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery Vol. 30, No. 4, 2013

Nikolas V. Chugay, DO; Paul N. Chugay, MD

Introduction: Muscle wasting is a known complication of HIV and the highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) therapy employed to treat HIV/AIDS.

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Triceps Augmentation: Early Experience With the Procedure

Article Published In: The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery Vol. 27, No. 4, 2010

Nikolas V. Chugay, DO; Paul N. Chugay, MD

Introduction: In the past 10 years, there has been a noticeable increase in the number of men seeking cosmetic surgeons for enhancement of their physique, leading to the development of new and innovative techniques to meet their needs. Read more

Triceps Augmentation

Article Published In: Cosmetic Surgery Times September Issue

Ilya Petrou, M.D.

Introduction: Early experience with this procedure is producing positive results. A novel triceps augmentation procedure using specially designed silicone implants is becoming increasingly popular in the cosmetic surgery arena, allowing patients to realize their desired aesthetic muscle contour quickly and safely.
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Bicipital Augmentation: A Retrospective Review of 94 Patient Cases

Article Published In: The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery Vol. 27, No. 1, 2009

Nikolas V. Chugay, DO; Paul N. Chugay, MD

Introduction: Reality, documentary, and makeover programs have all helped to get rid of certain taboos previously associated with cosmetic surgical procedures.

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Bicipital Augmentation

Article Published In: The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery Vol. 23, No. 1, 2006

Nikolas V. Chugay, DO; Joseph Racanelli, DO; John Hsu, DO; Paul N. Chugay, MD

Introduction: This article describes the surgical procedure used to implant a bicipital prosthesis with little injury to surrounding anatomic structures into the arm of a 32-year old man who desired greater upper body symmetry. Read more

Pectoral Augmentation

Clinical Study – Pectoral implants for Chest Wall Deformities – Poland’s Syndrome, Pectus Excavatum

Nikolas V. Chugay.,* and Quang Quach, M.D. *

Introduction: Pectoral implants have been used to improve chest wall deformities, pectus excavatum, and Poland’s syndrome. We have implants bilateral pectoral prosthesis mainly to augment the muscular inadequacy of the chest wall as well as to correct deformities.
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Modification of Buttock Augmentation

Article Published In: The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery , Vol. 14, No. 4, 1997

Nikolas V. Chugay, D.O.

Introduction: The traditional method of buttock enlargement, which involves making an incision in the lower portion of the buttock in the infragluteal fold, frequently results in secondary infections and long recovery times.

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Sculpting the Magnificent Male

Article Published In: Orange County Register

Lisa Lytle

Introduction: Surgical Techniques help men to obtain better bodies. Remove extra fat here. Add a pair of silicone implants there. Voila! A new and improved male body.

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Procedure Contours Sagging Derrieres

Article Published In: Detroit News Health Writer

Tracy Boyd

Introduction: It’s a fact of life that most women think their butts are too big, but some women want a curvier, more substantial behind. A Beverly Hills, Calif., cosmetic and plastic surgeon has developed a procedure designed to “perk up your flagging assets.”
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What’s taking shape? Implants

Article Published By: The Orange County Register

November 29, 1989

Introduction: It wiggles like Jell-O and adds cush to the flattest tush. Just in time for the wider-body ‘90s the buttock implants has arrived. For a mere $4,000 a fanny, plastic surgeon will put the bilk back – much faster than it took to take it off.
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New for the Nineties – Calf and Buttock Implants

Introduction: Dusk comes softly amidst the comfortable Newport Beach offices of cosmetic surgeon Nikolas Chugay. The soft golden hues if Newport Bay beyond his second-story windows are in sharp contrast, however, to the sparks of electricity flying in the good doctor’s offices.

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Come Back From Lunch With a More Youthful Appearance

Introduction: Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon Dr. Nikolas Chugay will reduce extra crow’s feet over a lunch break allowing the patient to return to work the same day. Many people have the assumption plastic surgery takes hours to perform and the patient needs to spend up to weeks recovering with bandages over the face.