Our skin is the largest organ on our bodies. It serves to protect our inner organs and muscles from infections disease and acts as the body’s first line of defense from our environment. It’s also the first thing most people see when meeting us. There are plenty of reasons to take care of your skin since it impacts how you look and feel, and your overall health.
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Liposuction is one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures in the country. In 2018, over 250,000 liposuction procedures were performed in the United States, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Liposuction is not only popular, it’s a very safe procedure and a great way to get rid of stubborn fat deposits that can’t be removed through diet and exercise.
A common misconception about liposuction is that it is a method for weight loss. In fact, liposuction is a means to contour the shape of the body rather than the removal of a dramatic amount of fat.
A Little Goes a Long Way
While each procedure is different and each person has unique goals for their body, generally speaking, very limited weight loss is achieved during a typical liposuction procedure.
Liposuction is about sculpting the body, not resizing. It may take as little a pound of fat removed to significantly change your shape.
One of the top concerns for patients considering breast augmentations is whether they’ll look natural. Done correctly, a breast augmentation will provide a very natural appearance and feel. However, it is important that you choose the right size, type and shape to ensure that nothing looks “off.”
Picking a plastic surgeon to perform your procedure is no small decision. Though the alterations to your body may only be cosmetic, it is still a medical procedure. Choosing the right plastic surgeon is crucial for your safety as well as achieving the best outcome.
We recommend that before agreeing to any procedure, you ask a prospective surgeon these questions. That way, you can be certain that the surgeon has the right qualifications and experience to help you achieve the body you want.
Breast augmentation after pregnancy is becoming more common every day. It’s entirely natural for women to feel dissatisfied with their breasts after all the changes that may occur throughout breastfeeding and pregnancy. Plastic surgery is a safe and effective method for augmenting breasts to help you feel more comfortable in your own skin.
In this article, we’ll talk about some of the key considerations for choosing when to have your breast augmentation procedure.
Everyone knows that diet and exercise is the best way to lose weight. However, for some problem areas, that just doesn't cut it. In these situations, liposuction is an effective way to eliminate stubborn fat deposits. It’s highly safe and countless patients have enjoyed great results with this procedure in the hips, belly, thighs, and other areas of the body.
A tummy tuck procedure is a very safe procedure that produces excellent results for patients feeling dissatisfied with their midsection. In brief, tummy tucks help patients achieve a slimmer and firmer abdomen when regular exercise and a healthy diet isn’t enough.
One of the biggest concerns my patients have with the procedure is scarring. There’s no two ways about it - the procedure will leave a scar. The good news is that there are things you and your doctor can do to hide or reduce scarring.
Breast augmentation is becoming an increasingly popular option for women to feel more comfortable with their bodies. It’s entirely natural for some women to wish something was a little different about their breasts, and this procedure offers a safe way to alleviate this unpleasant feeling.
Naturally, women considering this procedure often have a lot of questions regarding the recovery process. One of the most pressing questions is, how long until I’m recovered?
One thing is for certain in all cosmetic procedures: There is no one-size-fits-all approach. One of the most personally unique surgeries is the breast augmentation. Depending on body frame, preference, or even style trends, “too big” or “too small” are incredibly relative terms.