After the joys of pregnancy subside and your newborn is safe at home, it's time to take care of yourself with a complete health and body makeover. Pregnancy can leave you with hormonal imbalances, a few extra pounds, a ruddy complexion and stretch marks. A few key procedures and treatments can help you get back into shape with ease so you can start enjoying life with your little one. Contact cosmetic or plastic surgery doctors in your area to discuss options for getting a mommy makeover.
Here’s your first bit of bad news for 2013. According to a study done by Stanford University, 88 percent of New Year’s Resolutions fail within the first month. So, if your New Year’s resolution is to lose weight, we suggest a better and easier way to get to that goal.
Dr. Christopher J. Assad, a plastic surgeon certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, received his formal plastic surgery training at the University of Western Ontario. Following his residency, he underwent more specialized training in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery at the Ft. Lauderdale campus of the Cleveland Clinic, where he learned the latest techniques in one of the hotbeds of cosmetic surgery in North America - Florida.
Dr. Carol Ann Coolidge has dedicated her career to helping women and men achieve their desired shape. A surgeon since 1992, Dr. Coolidge (formerly Dr. Clark) has performed thousands of procedures-from cosmetic enhancement of breasts and bodies, to reconstructive surgery of trauma patients.
In the ongoing quest to get rid of belly fat and achieve a tight and toned midsection, thousands of discouraged dieters and fitness enthusiasts turn to liposuction as a way to banish those extra pounds.
The baby boomer generation, or those whose current age range is between 43 and 62, continue to be some of the strongest candidates for plastic and cosmetic surgery. This generation is past their middle age years, and both men and women in this demographic segment are interested in preserving their youthful looks and staying healthy.
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