Wesley Anne Brady
As Medical Director of the Women’s Wellness Institute of Dallas, Dr. Wesley Anne Brady believes that women need to take better care of themselves.
Wesley Anne Brady, MD
For over twenty years, Dr. Wesley Anne Brady has been leading the charge in women’s wellness.
WWID in University Park Life Magazine
Dr. Wesley Anne Brady, University Park Resident, is the first physician in Dallas to offer the MonaLisa Touch.
WWID on Preston Hollow Life
Dr. Wesley Anne Brady, University Park resident, is the first physician in Dallas to offer MonaLisa Touch
Womens Wellness on Modern Luxury
The Womens Wellness Institute has always been there working to help women with a subject that most people are shy to talk about. But slowly, the word is getting out there and we have been featured in an article by Modern Luxury naming us the go to when it comes to Vaginal Procedures.
“Brady Family Spotlight”
Faith, fun and discipline are alive and well in the Brady household. Wesley and Jeff Brady met 14 years ago. She was finishing her OB-GYN residency at Baylor University Medical Center, and he was anchoring the weekend news at WFAA-TV. Jeff says that his pager would chirp when news broke, and hers would chirp when “water” broke.
“Ovarian Cancer Screening”
In 2011 Dr. Brady had the pleasure of teaming with Dr. Mehmet Oz to offer ovarian cancer screenings to approximately 5,000 women in the greater DFW area. The screenings were part of a preventative program designed to save lives from this insidious disease and create awareness of the precautions we can take as women.
“Who’s the next Oprah?”
This Dallas Morning News article follows Dr. Brady and Dr. Oz as they diagnose a Dallas woman with an ovarian tumor at the screening offered in 2011. Dr. Brady interprets the ultrasound results and recommends appropriate follow up.
“Best Doctors in Dallas 2010”
The editors of D Magazine were honored to host the Best Doctors in Dallas 2010 at the Westin Galleria.
“Body Matters – D Beauty”
Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation and Designer Laser Vaginoplasty are surgeries so taboo that only a handful of doctors in the nation perform them. The former tightens the vagina to enhance sexual gratification; the latter addresses the aesthetic appearance. Only one doctor in Dallas performs these surgeries: Dr. Wesley Anne Brady of the Women’s Wellness Institute of Dallas, who, after reading “Like a Virgin” in the May 2006 issue of D Magazine, went to Los Angeles to train with pioneering cosmetogynecologist David Matlock, M.D. Dr. Brady says it’s time women talked more openly about the sexual frustration they experience after childbirth. Vanity’s not to blame for women wanting LVR; rather, it’s a way for a woman to improve her well-being in a way that only she (and maybe a special he) will ever notice.
Examining the Controversy in Aesthetic Vaginal Surgery
The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery 2011 Vol 28, No. 3 “If an educated adult patient requests this surgery from a surgeon who is trained to perform it, I think it is unethical to deny her this right. . . . It is cosmetic surgery that is not medically indicated and has a small but measurable risk, and if the patient is aware of all this and wants to proceed, she should be allowed to do that. Cosmetic gynecology respects the patient’s autonomy; procedures do no more harm than any other elective surgery with minimal risk, and they potentially do some good from the patient’s point of view.”
Colpoperineoplasty in Women with a Sensation of a Wide Vagina
Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology 2006 “Traditionally, colporrhaphy is a surgical procedure to correct genital prolapse. An abnormal or subjectively wide vagina may be associated with sexual dysfunction, and recently some gynecologists have performed colporrhaphy on patients with a sensation of a wide vagina who had lost the ability to experience orgasms as the main symptom…”
Female Cosmetic Genital Surgery
Obstetrics & Gynecology 2009 Vol 113, No. 1 “Some women request alteration of their vulvas and vaginas for reasons of cosmesis, increasing self-esteem, and improving sexual function. Patients must be assured their surgeon is properly trained and should understand that few validated long-term safety or outcome data are presently available in this relatively new field. Women also should be made aware that, although they may wish to cosmetically or physically alter their external genitalia, this does not mean that they are developmentally or structurally ‘abnormal.’”
A Large Multicenter Outcome Study
The Journal of Sexual Medicine 2011 “Female Genital Plastic Surgery, a relatively new entry in the field of Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery, has promised sexual enhancement and functional and cosmetic improvement for women. Are the vulvovaginal aesthetic procedures of Labiaplasty, Vaginoplasty/Perineoplasty (“Vaginal Rejuvenation”) and Clitoral Hood Reduction effective, and do they deliver on that promise? For what reason do women seek these procedures?…”
“Giving Back: Highland Park Doctor Makes Time to Serve”
Park Cities News – Highland Park doctor makes time to serve. Read about one way Dr. Brady spends her free time.
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