If you are considering a mommy makeover, your plastic surgeon may select from several procedures to perform your mommy makeover. It is important to understand these options so you can work with plastic surgery doctors to develop a plastic surgery treatment plan that meets your individual needs and goals. If you would like, we encourage you to check out these mommy makeover before and after pictures to see how you might look after surgery.
CoolSculpting is the coolest, most innovative, non-surgical way to lose those annoying bumps and bulges of stubborn fat. CoolSculpting is safe and FDA approved for treating fat areas on your abdomen and flanks, better known as love handles.
Acupuncture is one of the oldest and most widely used medical procedures in the world. Using very thin needles or, more recently, laser technology, acupuncturists work to reduce pain and improve health by targeting certain points on the body. Reproductive Medicine Associates of Pennsylvania recently completed one of the largest randomized clinical trials ever conducted to measure the effects of acupuncture on pregnancy rates in IVF. The results indicate that treatment with laser acupuncture could increase pregnancy rates in IVF procedures.
It would be wonderful if we could have young-looking skin all of our lives, but elements such as the wind and sunlight, coupled with the natural process of aging, take a toll on our bodies–especially our face. As we get older, our once youthful expressions begin to create permanent creases and wrinkles in our brow and between our eyes, making us look older than we actually are. If you have tried every over-the-counter cream and lotion on the market, and nothing has worked to erase those bothersome creases and wrinkles on your face, then BOTOX injections may be right for you. BOTOX® Cosmetic has worked for millions of men and women.
Ready to lose inches and get in great shape in the New Year? Get a head start on those New Year’s resolutions with SmartLipo Laser Treatments. SmartLipo is an innovative body sculpting treatment that can not only get rid of unwanted body fat, but will also tighten and tone the skin to create a streamlined appearance. If you haven’t been able to get rid of those stubborn inches with your diet and exercise regimen this year, you may be a good candidate of the SmartLipo laser procedure.
If all of those gourmet snacks, sugary treats and fatty foods from the holiday season have left you with a few extra inches around your waistline, the New Year can be a great time to trim the fat and lose a few pounds. Good Morning America reported that over 50 percent of Americans gain between two and ten pounds each holiday season. Unfortunately, many people don’t lose the extra fat just as quickly and may carry the holiday weight well into the New Year. Slim down and get back into shape after the holidays with some of these tips and ideas:
Preparing for your first meeting with a tummy tuck surgeon can be stressful. You must mentally prepare to get undressed and show your doctor the area where you need work. In addition, you are anxious to talk to the doctor about what you want changed about your figure and you aren’t quite sure if this doctor will give you the results you envision.
If you're considering breast implants, there are some key questions to bear in mind. Southern Surgical Arts has taken some time to modify for their patients in the Chattanooga, North Georgia and North Alabama areas an article originally written by Author Lucy Ballinger, Body + Soul for Australian breast implant consumers.
Tummy tucks, breast implants and liposuction are a few permanent solutions for improving your silhouette and enhancing your figure, procedures that can completely transform your body. Still, going under the knife isn’t your only option for cosmetic enhancement; with today’s innovative lasers and technologies, it’s now possible to firm and tone the skin, reduce cellulite and remove scars without a single incision.
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