Plastic Surgery Procedures: Rhinoplasty, Liposuction, etc.

    • Facial rejuvenation techniques: What fits? Friday November 3, 2006 | Posted in: Plastic Surgery Procedures

      When a person gets the better – or worst -- of sun exposure, cigarette smoking, chicken pox, acne and unavoidable hereditary reasons – factors that often accelerate the natural ageing process, the skin starts to lose its youthful appearance.  

      The unwanted look is obvious in the form of superficial blemishes such as broken capillaries, freckles (lentigos), and keratoses (dry spots), scars, fine wrinkles and deep furrows.

      Lip augmentation, collagen injections, wrinkle removal using dermal fillers, and injectables, are some of the common, non-surgical cosmetic enhancement procedures available to rejuvenate the ageing facial skin.    

    • Thread Lifts: next-best-thing to a facelift Monday October 30, 2006 | Posted in: Plastic Surgery Procedures

      Never mind the It's a $3,000 investment, it is not one of the hottest fads in plastic surgery for nothing.  This cosmetic enhancement procedure promises to tailor out from the faces of women and men those unsightly jowls and pleats of laugh-lines -- in just a couple of hours.
       
      Thread Lift, a less invasive cosmetic face surgery, became a sensation when it first arrived in the plastic surgery clinics and happy faces are swearing that b they're the next-best-thing to a facelift.  

      The best candidates are persons who have thicker skin and darker complications.

    • Breast augmentation-expansion technique using adjustable breast implants Friday October 27, 2006 | Posted in: Plastic Surgery Procedures

      A large number of women who have had breast augmentation returned to plastic surgeons in order to change the implant size.  This is according to the conclusion of a three-year study following women with breast implants.     

      These women are confident enough to undergo a "retouch" because breast augmentation-expansion technique using adjustable breast implants is proven safe and effective.  The technique has also improved to involve a permanent saline expander.
       
      Choosing the expansion-augmentation technique allows the women to more easily alter her implants to a more desirable result.  In addition, with expansion-augmentation technique, the patient has the ability to adjust the final size post-operatively.

    • Muscular definition through High-definition LipoSelection Thursday October 26, 2006 | Posted in: Plastic Surgery Procedures

      For want of those tight, flat abs, men and women go for intensive diet and workout regimens.  But at times efforts can be futile especially if the routines get tedious halfway through the exercise program.  We know not of one aiming only for a ‘three-pack abs’.     

      Women want to have definition or a two pack. They want a feminine, athletic look, so high-definition LipoSelection actually provides a solution for women to appear athletic, but not appear like men.

      A new plastic surgery technique called "LipoSelection" was invented because, for many people, owning that desirable abs can be impossible, elusive.      

    • What Lipo? -- Tumescent, Dry, Wet, Super Wet, PAL Wednesday October 25, 2006 | Posted in: Plastic Surgery Procedures

      There are various techniques for doing liposuction. Some techniques are now longer considered safe (Dry Technique), and some are recognized as worldwide standards of care (Tumescent Technique).

      Read on to check what all this famous “suction” is all about:  

      Tumescent Liposuction
      The word "tumescent" means swollen and firm. By injecting a large volume of very dilute lidocaine (local anesthetic) and epinephrine (capillary constrictor) into subcutaneous fat, the targeted tissue becomes swollen and firm, or tumescent. The tumescent technique is a method that provides local anesthesia to large volumes of subcutaneous fat and thus permits liposuction totally by local anesthesia.

    • Plastic surgery options after pregnancy and childbirth Tuesday October 24, 2006 | Posted in: Plastic Surgery Procedures

      Becoming a mother doesn't mean one woman can't look as good or better than before pregnancy. Most women enjoy being pregnant and are happy to become mothers. But for some, the physical changes caused by pregnancy can take away some of the joy.

      Today, there are exciting options in plastic surgery to help one regain their npre-pregnancy form - or even improve on it.

      Here explained, not only how a woman’s body changes during and after pregnancy, but ways to counteract these changes that won't interrupt a woman’s busy lifestyle or compromise her privacy. You see, many cosmetic procedures can be done on an outpatient basis.

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