Dr. Nadia Blanchet and her husband, Dr. Kent Rollins, speak about the genesis of WPP Caribbean and the tremendous impact it has had over the years.
What's New in the Practice
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Dr. Nadia Blanchet was recently voted as the Best Bedside Manner in Our Health Magazine – December 2016. » See more of Dr. Blanchet’s Awards & Honors
I am pleased to announce that our practice has received Institutional Review Board approval to conduct a study to see if we can help improve abdominal pain after abdominoplasty. Participation in the study is completely optional. Dysport is a medication similar to Botox in that it helps to weaken muscles temporarily. We are hoping that Read More
Dr. Blanchet has recently published an article on nipple sparing mastectomy in PRS Global Open Online, an international plastic surgery publication . The surgical delay procedure helps blood flow to the nipple and helps to prevent wound healing problems.
Dr. Nadia Blanchet’s practice now offers “Ideal” implants which is a saline implant which has more of a silicone feel.
Dr. Blanchet is now offering Kybella injectables to reduce moderate to severe fat on the upper neck, otherwise known as a “double chin.”
Dr. Nadia Blanchet was recently voted as the Best Plastic Surgeon and Reconstructive Surgery in Richmond Magazine. Blanchet was also honored with the recognition of Bedside Manner Award in the Our Health Magazine. » See more of Dr. Blanchet’s Awards & Honors
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Dr. Nadia Blanchet was recently voted as One of the Best Plastic Surgeon in both – Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery in Richmond Magazine. Blanchet was also honored with the recognition of One of Virginia’s Best Cosmetic Surgery Practice” in Virginia Living Magazine.
Dr. Nadia Blanchet is recognized year after year as one of Richmond’s leading Plastic Surgeons, but when she’s not at her practice she enjoys giving back as a doctor with the World Pediatric Project. Originally founded in Richmond in 2001 The World Pediatric Project helps children in developing nations all over the world. Along with Read More