James D. McMahan MD, FACS

Columbus, OH, US
James D. McMahan MD, FACS

About the Practice

Practice Philosophy

At Advanced Aesthetic & Laser Surgery, Inc. we integrate the latest aesthetic surgery technology with traditional cosmetic procedures to provide you with the best opportunity for improvement.

Practice Specialization

Breast Surgery
Breast Augmentation
Breast Lift
Breast Reduction
Male Breast Reduction
Breast Implants
Revisional Breast Surgery
Breast Reconstruction

Body Contouring
Arm Lift
Thigh Lift
Body Contouring After Massive Weight Loss
Post-pregnancy Body Sculpting

Facial Cosmetic Surgery
Mini Facelift
Brow Lift
Chin Surgery
Mid Facelift
Non-surgical Facelift
Neck Lift
Cheek Augmentation

Skin and Laser Treatments
Aesthetics by Jenna
Fraxel® Laser
Laser Hair Removal
Laser Tattoo Removal
Chemical Peels

BOTOX® Cosmetic

Background & Certification

Board Certification

American Board of Plastic Surgery

Your Consultation

A consultation in our office is a wonderful experience; we have heard from hundreds of patients that their visit to Advanced Aesthetic & Laser Surgery was vastly superior to consultations they have had with other doctors. When you have a consultation with Dr. McMahan, you spent almost all of your time with him. You get to know each other, he will dive into your medical history, your wants, desires, goals and fears regarding what you are trying to accomplish with plastic surgery. We guarantee you that you will never feel pressured to have anything done; you only do what you want to do and what you are comfortable with. All of your questions will be answered directly and honestly. We want you to feel at home in our office.

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    Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) is a common type of bladder control problem in women characterized by uncontrollable leakage of urine with increased abdominal pressure. It is triggered by physical activities such as coughing, sneezing, exercise and laughing. Postpartum stress urinary incontinence can occur even among women who have given birth to only one child. It is an important and often overlooked post-pregnancy condition common in women who’ve had a vaginal delivery. 

James D. McMahan MD, FACS

4845 Knightsbridge Blvd.,
Suite 230, Columbus, OH, 43214,

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