No matter how much you work out and how many hours you log in on the Stair climber, you may still be left with extra fat on the thighs and buttocks. Many women struggle with losing weight from these areas with diet and exercise alone. Even though you can do certain exercises that help shape and tone your thighs and buttocks – squats, leg lifts and lunges are a few popular resistance exercises for targeting these areas – you may not see noticeable results for several weeks, even months into your workout program. Fortunately, there are some better solutions out there.
Abdominal fat can be the hardest type of body fat to get rid of with diet and exercise. If you tend to accumulate body fat around your midsection and on your stomach, it could just be because of genetics and not necessarily your diet and lifestyle. If you do want to achieve a slim and flat torso, consider liposuction or a non-surgical fat reduction procedure. Many cosmetic surgeons now offer simple abdominal fat reduction procedures that can help you achieve flat and sculpted stomach, and get rid of abdominal fat permanently.
Doctors have noticed that Asian noses are built different from Caucasian noses, which comes Asian rhinoplasty. Unlike the Caucasian rhinoplasty, making the nose straighter and smaller, an Asian rhinoplasty gives the nose a more prominent and defined appearance.
While liposuction will take away the extra fat, how you take care of your body after the procedure will determine how long you will keep that slim silhouette. Many people fear gaining weight after surgery, especially since they cannot work out during the recovery stages.
The physical effects of pregnancy can change your body from inside out: An increase in body fat, stretch marks and changes in breast size are just a few changes to expect. Many women are turning to cosmetic surgery and plastic surgery a few months after giving birth in hopes of restoring their bodies to pre-pregnancy status.
The extra fat under you arms and around the armpit area can become very resistant to diet and exercise, and may be impossible to hide when you are wearing strapless tops and tight-fitting shirts. Fortunately, there are some cosmetic surgery procedures available that can help to get rid of armpit fat for good, and most do not require a lot of downtime. You can be in and out of the doctor’s office within a few hours when you get liposuction or other fat removal procedures, and these are typically performed under local anesthesia.
If pregnancy has left you with loose and sagging skin and a few excess pounds, there are several cosmetic and plastic surgery options available that can help you achieve your pre-pregnancy figure. Today’s innovative body sculpting and body contouring procedures include surgery and non-invasvie options that can help get rid of a few pounds and inches, trim down excess skin and help you achieve your ideal silhouette.
If you’ve been considering brow lift surgery to rejuvenate your face and take a few years off your looks, going under the knife may not be your only option. Today’s advanced technologies in facial rejuvenation include skin tightening treatments and strategically-administered injectable fillers such as Botox.
The term “Mommy Makeover” was coined in 2005 and has increased in popularity ever since. To restore your body to pre-pregnancy condition, a Mommy Makeover combines two or more plastic surgery procedures into one, lowering the cost and recovery time.
There seems to be a lot of attention recently about pain-free cosmetic procedures and especially breast augmentation. Most of this surrounds a new promising long-term local numbing medicine that has far-reaching implications. This local numbing medicine, specifically studied with breast augmentation, showed good results with little to no complications. This is potentially exciting to aesthetic patients who often fear discomfort associated with various cosmetic procedures. Often this is the only reason they do not proceed with their desires. However, there has been no study showing that any method of breast augmentation or use of special medicines has led to consistent “painless breast augmentations”.
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