You have lost a lot of weight, but now what? Body contouring through a board certified plastic surgeon might be the answer.
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Ever wonder about anesthesia and the effects that it may have? Here are some answers to those questions.
Undergoing plastic surgery is typically considered a big deal, especially because most invasive procedures require a lengthy recovery time. Certain factors such as potential risks, side effects, and the financial cost of plastic surgery often make people nervous – especially when it comes to bringing up their desired enhancement(s) to friends and family. In addition, some procedures are taboo and criticized by many. It may be challenging to convince those who are close to you that a plastic surgery procedure will have a positive impact on your life, but being upfront and honest is the best way to start. In getting started, you can arrange a time for you and your loved ones to sit down and have a full conversation about your desired procedure. Ask them to let you fully explain how and why you want to change an area of your body before they interject. For instance, a part of your body may make you feel constantly self-conscious, affecting your level
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Stretch marks are one of the most frustrating cosmetic issues among both women and men. Though they are harmless features, they can be embarrassing and make a person feel uncomfortable in his or her own skin. Stretch marks are those squiggly lines, which may appear pink, gray, red, or white. They can be found in many areas throughout the body, such as the thighs, stomach, arms, legs, and chest/breasts. If you already have stretch marks, you may be interested in purchasing a topical product that promises stretch mark healing. For the most part, however, these are a waste of money. Unfortunately, there isn’t a “cure” for stretch marks. And even though many people may think liposuction is the answer to this problem, this surgical procedure is not designed to improve the appearance of stretch marks; liposuction is intended to remove excess pockets of fat through a particular suctioning technique. A liposuction technique may help to reduce fullness in the