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Updated: May 26, 2020

Dr. James McAdoo, DO, FACOS, a leading cosmetic surgeon in the world, has over 20 years experience with more than 33,000 procedures performed. He will help you achieve the natural look you desire to feel your best. Through his warm and personal approach, Dr. McAdoo provides the highest quality and innovative cosmetic care available. Dual board certified in both plastic/reconstructive and general.

James S McAdoo, DO, FACOS

AOA DualBoard Certified: Plastic/Recon.Surgeon, MicroSurgeon


Breasts Reduction: Breasts that are excessively large in proportion to body size are a frequent cause of back and neck pain as well as grooves or irritation on the shoulders from bra straps. A reduction removes extra breast tissue to achieve a healthier, more comfortable size and reshapes the breasts, making them firmer and lifting them to a more youthful position. An additional benefit is that uneven breasts can be made more even. Swelling and discoloration after the procedure are normal and will subside over time. Pain typically fades quickly and can be managed with medications as you heal. The breast reduction procedure typically takes from two to five hours. Patients typically experience extremely high satisfaction with reduced upper body pain, an improved ability to engage in physical activities, and a new appearance with smaller, more youthful-looking breasts.

we offer individualized breast reduction surgery. Women with large breasts may experience back, neck, and shoulder pain, rashes beneath the breasts, and indentations on the shoulders from their bra straps. A breast reduction procedure removes excess glandular tissue and skin from the breasts. The areola, which is the dark skin around the nipple, is also reduced in size. The goal of a breast reduction is to produce breasts that are smaller, lifted, and more proportional to the patient’s body.

You may be a good candidate for breast reduction if you have one or more of the following conditions:

Breasts that are too large in proportion to your body frame

Heavy, pendulous breasts with nipples and areolas that point downward

One breast is much larger than the other

Back, neck or shoulder pain caused by the weight of your breasts

Skin irritation beneath your breasts

Indentations in your shoulders from tight bra straps

Restriction of physical activity due to the size and weight of your breasts

Dissatisfaction or self-consciousness about the largeness of your breasts

Brazilian butt lift: is a buttocks augmentation procedure which uses the patient’s own fat to increase the size and improve the shape of the buttocks.

By far one of the most requested procedures in our practices in Florida, Brazilian butt lift surgery continues to rise to the top of most performed cosmetic enhancement surgeries.

Not to be confused with buttock implants, Brazilian butt lift surgery can be considered 2 procedures in 1, since liposuction is necessary in order to gather the fat to be transferred to the buttocks.

Called a BBL for short, this body contouring procedure can go a long way in improving the patients natural body line. Skilled plastic surgeons use liposuction to sculpt the waist, abdomen, and back, resulting in a smaller waistand an attractive curve at the hips.

Breast Augmentation: Procedures which aim to enlarge the breasts are called Augmentation Mammaplasty, or, more commonly breast augmentation, or “boob job”.

Breast implant procedures can increase the size of the natural breast, enhance cleavage, improve the appearance of excess skin, and lift breasts which have sagged due to age, pregnancy, or weight loss.

Prospective patients can choose from a variety of options such as placement, shape, incision, and size, in order to achieve their breast implant goals.

Breast augmentation consistently ranks at the top of most frequently performed plastic surgeries in the United states; with more than 290,000 completed in 2016 alone. Breast implant surgery is a breast augmentation procedure which uses a prothesis in order to achieve breast enlargement.

Mommy Makeover: Having children can take a harsh toll on a woman’s body, leaving behind extra pounds, sagging skin and breasts.

It is normal for women to carry around a few extra pounds after having a baby. Some women seem to shed the pounds effortlessly, while others have to work a lot harder to lose the ‘baby weight’.

Unfortunately, even once the weight is gone, extra skin may be left behind at the tummy and breasts due to loss of elasticity. Once the skin has lost it’s elasticity, it is stretched beyond repair, which means no amount of diet and exercise can correct it. A Mommy Makeover is a combination of 2 plastic surgery procedures; usually 1 breast procedure and a body contouring procedure.

Named for the demographic it serves, the Mommy Makeover aims to erase the damage to the body left behind by pregnancy, or extreme weight loss.

Other Procedures Offered:

Face Lift


Eyelid Surgery

Chin Augmentation

Neck Lift

Acne Scar treatment

Brow Lift


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Updated: May 26, 2020

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Updated: May 26, 2020

RealSelf, the leading online resource to learn about cosmetic treatments and connect with medical aesthetic doctors, today announced a partnership with The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (The Aesthetic Society) to conduct studies and develop new resources for consumers that provide detailed information about breast implants and Brazilian butt lifts, empowering patients to make informed decisions. Leaders from both organizations will meet later this week at The Aesthetic Meeting 2019, taking place May 16 to 21 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

"With growing patient concerns, particularly around breast implants and the high death rate associated with Brazilian butt lift procedures, it's our responsibility to help consumers understand safety risks and the importance of going to a board-certified plastic surgeon," said W. Grant Stevens, MD, President, The Aesthetic Society. "By partnering with RealSelf, we can create and distribute consumer-friendly medical information that informs the public about each and every step of the process when pursuing these cosmetic procedures." 

The new partnership, which is set to launch later this year, will include:

Collaborative Research: Conducting studies and patient surveys to uncover information gaps and the highest priority needs for consumer education Consumer Resources: Creating safety guides and checklists that provide consumers with clear information about the associated risks of the procedures and outline the crucial questions to ask during a consultation with a plastic surgeon Awareness Campaigns: Engaging past and prospective patients and board-certified plastic surgeons to help spread the word

According to the latest data from The Aesthetic Society, 329,914 breast augmentation operations and 25,168 Brazilian butt lift procedures were performed in 2018. During the same time period, people in the U.S. visited RealSelf more than 10 million times to research breast augmentation and breast implants and more than 3.5 million times to research Brazilian butt lifts, making these procedures among the top five most researched on RealSelf in 2018.

"Breast implants and Brazilian butt lifts are two of the most popular cosmetic procedures in America, and women need to be more informed about their respective risks," said Jani Strand, chief brand and communications officer at RealSelf. "We're thrilled to be working so closely with The Aesthetic Society to create resources that were not previously available, with the ultimate goal being that more patients make informed decisions and achieve their desired aesthetic outcomes."

You can learn more about RealSelf and The Aesthetic Society and the new efforts at

About RealSelf RealSelf is the leading online marketplace for people to learn and share experiences about cosmetic procedures and connect with the right doctors. Millions of people from around the world visit RealSelf each month to browse patient reviews, before and after photos, and medical expert answers to discover which treatments and doctors live up to their promise of being "Worth It." From simple skincare to emerging nonsurgical technologies to highly considered cosmetic surgeries, RealSelf makes it easy to get the insights consumers need to make smart, confident decisions and find the right doctor. For more information, visit The Treatment and follow RealSelf on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.

About ASAPS The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (The Aesthetic Society) is recognized as the world's leading organization devoted entirely to aesthetic plastic surgery and cosmetic medicine of the face and body. The Aesthetic Society is comprised of more than 2,600 members in North America and internationally; Active Members are certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (USA) or by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and have extensive training in the complete spectrum of surgical and non-surgical aesthetic procedures. International Active Members are certified by equivalent boards of their respective countries. All members worldwide adhere to a strict Code of Ethics and must meet stringent membership requirements. The Aesthetic Society is at the forefront of innovation in aesthetic plastic surgery and cosmetic medicine globally.


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