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Breast implant manufacturer Natrelle® recently introduced a new product to the market. The INSPIRA™ line of breast implants was approved by the FDA earlier this year. Women interested in breast augmentation, reconstruction or revision now have more options from which to choose when it comes to implants.
It is always best to be at your ideal weight, a weight that you can also maintain, before undergoing any type of body contouring surgery. This includes Mommy Makeover. If you undergo a procedure to remove excess skin, losing more weight afterwards will result in more excess skin. This may require an additional procedure to achieve your desired appearance.
Breast implants are one of the more commonly performed plastic surgery procedures in the United States. More than 285,000 women received breast implants in 2014. Although it has been clearly demonstrated that ruptured implants do not cause harm, women should consider potential complications when making the personal decision to have breast implants. A ruptured breast implant is one such risk.
More patients are traveling out of the country every year seeking plastic surgery. The primary reason for traveling abroad is lower cost, but other reasons can include lack of knowledge of the risks involved in surgery and returning to one's homeland. No matter what the reason, it is a growing concern for plastic surgeons with an estimated 750,000 US residents expected to travel abroad for medical treatment in 2014.
Healthy skin starts with you. Non-surgical cosmetic procedures can help you to achieve your desired appearance. However, there are steps you can take to achieve healthier skin. Get started with these five tips.
It might seem strange to start worrying about wrinkles before they begin, let alone Botox injections. Botox is only for people who already have wrinkles, right? Not necessarily. Preventative Botox can help slow the development of wrinkles even before they appear.
BREAST AUGMENTATION CONSULTATION
Breast augmentation surgery remains the number one cosmetic surgery among women in the United States – and for good reason. The procedure is safe and has one of the highest satisfaction rates among cosmetic procedures. To get the best result you need to start with a great consultation. In some offices you will find that your consult consists of watching a 10 minute video, then spending 5 minutes with the doctor.
If you have made the decision to undergo laser hair removal, you may be wondering what happens after the procedure. In a recent post, we discussed preparing for laser hair removal and what to expect during the procedure. In this post, patients can learn what to expect next and receive tips for getting the most out of their laser hair removal.
Plastic surgery continues to increase in popularity. Some of the most common procedures performed include breast augmentation, tummy tucks, liposuction and nose surgery. With any surgical procedure, there will be some postoperative discomfort. The way a patient experiences their surgery depends on many factors:
Many men and women are choosing laser hair removal to get rid of unwanted hair. It has become one of the most commonly performed cosmetic procedures in the United States. Laser hair removal has been extensively studied and is accepted among board certified plastic surgeons as an effective treatment.
To help you decide whether laser hair removal is the right choice for you, please read on for answers to frequently asked questions about the procedure.