One of the most common questions people have about breast augmentation procedures concern the “right” times and ages to undergo the surgery. There really is no one-size-fits-all answer to these questions: it’s a decision each patient will have to make for themselves with their own unique goals, needs, and lifestyle in mind.
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Picking a plastic surgeon is a very big decision, and one worthy of serious consideration. After all, the plastic surgeon you choose will be making irreversible alterations to your body.
It can seem daunting to choose a plastic surgeon, especially given the wide array of choices available, but it doesn’t need to be that difficult.
By now, odds are you’ve heard of “mommy makeover” procedures. Though it’s a catchy term, many people have little idea of what’s actually involved in a mommy makeover - let alone why so many women are interested in them.
Breast augmentation is the most common cosmetic procedure in the United States, and grows more common every year. Women turn to breast augmentation for a variety of reasons, including restoring breast volume after pregnancy and wanting to feel comfortable with their body.
Any cosmetic procedure is worth carefully considering beforehand, including breast augmentation. One of the largest concerns we hear about breast augmentation regards breastfeeding: can you still breastfeed after a breast augmentation procedure?
Despite the rising popularity of cosmetic procedures, they’re still not always well understood. Tummy tucks are no different. If you’re considering getting a tummy tuck, it’s important to do some research so that you fully understand the procedure.
To help you out, we’ve put together this list answering some of the most common questions we get regarding tummy tucks.
Don’t see your question below? Give Dr. Mucci a call today at (248) 283-1115 to schedule a free consultation.
Committing to any plastic surgery is a big decision. Many people choose to undergo a liposuction procedure and are thrilled with the results, but no plastic surgery is a one-size-fits-all solution. In order to decide if liposuction is right for you, it’s important to consider all facets of the surgery, your own health condition, your expectations, and more.
It may seem difficult, but it’s all worth considering before taking the plunge. Here’s a short guide to some of the largest points to ponder before deciding on a liposuction procedure.
When people think of cosmetic surgery, they generally think of women and breast implants or mommy makeovers. However, male cosmetic procedures are becoming more and more common every year.
We couldn’t be more supportive of making cosmetic surgery available for men: there’s no reason men shouldn’t have options to feel good about the way they look too. Though men will generally have different goals in mind, it’s all about feeling good about oneself and being happy with their appearance.
Liposuction is the single most common cosmetic procedure in the United States. As a way to remove fat from the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, and backs of arms, many people love the outcome of these procedures.
Cosmetic surgeons are always asked about the long-term results of liposuction: is it really permanent?
The short answer? Yes! All fat cells removed by liposuction procedures are permanently gone. They won’t ever come back.
Having a child is a wholly unique, monumental experience. Mothers often say that giving birth is one of the most difficult, painful, and magical moments of their lives. However, once the baby has arrived, a creeping thought may enter your mind: what happened to my old body, and how do I get it back?
The technology, materials, and experience cosmetic surgeons have at their disposal means patients can get amazing results no matter what they’re looking for. When a patient walks into a cosmetic surgery consultation, one of the first things they’ll realize is that there are a staggering number of options available.
Breast augmentation is no different, and implants come in a wide variety of shapes, profiles, sizes, and materials. While this is a good thing-- patients are able to receive nearly anything they’re looking for-- it also can be a little daunting.