Cosmetic Surgery of the Face Articles

While you can adjust to most of the changes during pregnancy – the fluctuating hormones, the weight increase, and increased breast size – adapting to the physical ramifications after pregnancy can be a challenge.

With thousands of skincare products and treatments available, it’s easy to believe quality skin care comes in a bottle. Today’s buzzwords of ‘antioxidants’ and 'all natural mineral' treatments sound like perfect solutions for dozens of skin problems, but they may be nothing more than marketing hype.

Nearly 12 million cosmetic procedures were performed in 2007, with breast augmentation, liposuction and nose reshaping procedures ranking in the top ten. Still, many Americans chose a minimally-invasive treatment to improve their appearance, turning to BOTOX and microdermabrasion to fight the signs of aging and restore their youthful looks.

If you have round, plump or chubby cheeks, you may be overly self-conscious about your facial appearance. Some people are happy with the layer of fat above the cheekbones, but if the fat extends to the lower part of the cheeks and the jawline, it can take its toll on your self-esteem.

Pregnancy causes drastic changes in the body, but few women are able to restore their bodies to its pre-pregnancy status with diet and exercise alone. Surgery after pregnancy is a rising trend as procedures become more affordable and safe; here’s a closer look at the treatments fueling ‘Mommy Makeovers’ across the country:

Whether you’re getting liposuction, breast implants or other cosmetic surgery procedures, it’s important to have a plan for your recovery. Making sure your skin and tissues heal properly after surgery or a cosmetic procedure involves scheduling time for rest and sleep, making follow up appointments, and stocking up on the right foods and supplements to support a healthy recovery. If you don’t have a plan, you may end up with sub-par results and may even experience pain or unwanted side effects.

If your healthy diet and rigorous workout routine still haven’t gotten you that beach-ready body, a trip to the plastic surgeon’s office could be just what you need before you hit the sand and water.

Anxious to squeeze into that special outfit for the holiday season? With only a few weeks until holiday events and festivities, now is a great time to get started on a new plan that will help you shape up and and look your best for holiday festivities.

While most cosmetic surgeons cannot guarantee results of any procedure, there are ways to reduce the risks of bad plastic surgery.

The secret to turning back the clock has yet to be discovered, but improving the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and boosting natural collagen production are a few ways to take control of aging skin – and maybe stop that clock from ticking.
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