Fat can deposit pretty much anywhere, but there are areas that are known for this. In particular, the belly and the thighs tend to gather more bulk and resist more methods for being removed. Most cosmetic procedures focus on these areas when it comes to contouring, and most fitness models prove themselves with those awesome
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It’s Not That Deep – The Difference Between Microneedling and Just Scratching the Surface
Microneedling has received a lot of attention recently, as patients and practitioners realize the potential of this minimally invasive technique. While results do vary, it is becoming clear that this process has huge potential for healing and rejuvenating skin. Add to that low downtime and low potential complications, and you have a recipe for popularity.
There was a time when bigger was considered better. Hello the 80s’. Big hair, big shoulder pads, big breasts. It was a time of excess, and breast implants were relatively new on the scene. Plastic surgery was still somewhat taboo, but it was also considered the ultimate luxury item; so if you had something done,
For decades now, breast implant surgery trends were “bigger is better.” Many patients received very large implants, and wore them for years before making any changes or thinking about the long-term effects. But breast implants are not lifetime devices, and many women end up having to or choosing to remove them at some point. And
Yes, breast surgery has the potential to affect breastfeeding, but not in the way that most people think. For one, there are many types of breast surgery, with some barely invading the breast tissue at all, and others completely taking it apart and putting it back together. A breast augmentation with an implant, for example,
It is not uncommon for patients, when finally deciding to undergo plastic surgery, to realize that this is the time to do all of the things that they have been thinking about at once. In some cases, the two or three things they are considering actually go together, and it just makes sense to have
Do I Really Need To Wear a Compression Garment After My Plastic Surgery Procedure, and For How Long?
By now, most people are familiar with the many uses of compression therapy. We know about compression stockings for everyday use, most of us have multiple versions of Spanx in the closet, and we all know someone who was in a very elaborate postoperative corset for at least a few weeks. While this is accepted
Getting plastic surgery is a big decision, and big investment. As with any other investment, it is important to know what to expect from it, and how much return you will get. For some patients, a breast reduction will last them more of their lives, with no need to have any other procedures. For others,
There is a lot to consider when deciding how to time your plastic surgery. For one, the season may be important to you based on temperature alone. Holidays and travel are always a consideration, as well as activity limitations after your procedure. Childcare and home responsibilities are just as key as work demands, or the
I get this question all the time. Most specifically from women who are planning to have children at some point, but with no immediate pending pregnancy. They can see what changes their friends and family members have gone through after having children, and it almost seems pointless to have a procedure done just to lose