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How to Enjoy a Faster Recovery after Breast Augmentation

Posted on December 23, 2015

Updated July 2018

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In the past, cosmetic surgery often required a longer period of recovery, and women and men would find themselves having to take a significant amount of time off from work.

Now, with advancements in cosmetic medicine and more research into how the body heals, the time it takes to recover from a breast augmentation, for example, is dramatically reduced. In fact, most women are back to work in less than a week following their breast augmentation.

Dr. Martin employs many strategies during surgery to speed recovery. But what can you do to achieve your best look with minimal downtime?

4 Problem Spots Where Liposuction Can Really Deliver

Posted on September 29, 2015

Beautiful mature woman smilingLiposuction is celebrated by patients and surgeons alike for its ability to greatly improve the body’s contours. The fat reducing procedure targets pockets of body fat that linger despite exercise and a healthy diet. Although each procedure is customized to meet individual needs, there are four popular target spots that can especially benefit from liposuction.

  1. Love Handles and Abdomen

    Even some of the most health-conscious people are unable to shake stubborn fat stored around the waistline. Known as “love handles,” these pesky bulges can be effectively reduced with liposuction. The abdomen can be another trouble spot, no matter how many crunches you do or calories you count. For an overall leaner look in the abdominal area,

3 Advantages of the No-Drain Tummy Tuck

Posted on August 26, 2015

Woman wearing a white tank top and gray shorts while holding a pink paper heart in front of her stomach.

Updated for 2020

If you’re considering a tummy tuck, you may have heard of the no-drain technique. Until recently, all tummy tucks required the use of collection drains in order to remove fluid that accumulates beneath the skin after surgery. The drains, sutured to the skin, can cause some discomfort and limit mobility. Fortunately, there’s now more than one way to perform an abdominoplasty. A number of patients today choose the drain-free tummy tuck because of the three main benefits it offers.

  1. A More Comfortable Recovery

    When it comes to recovery from any surgery, there’s always a certain degree of discomfort, but tummy tucks with drains go a step further and require plastic tubes to be attached to the skin.

Will Your Breast Implants Change over Time?

Posted on August 19, 2015

Updated for 2018

Women who choose to enhance their figure through breast augmentation might not realize that their implants may, over time, require maintenance.

Women with breast implants hoping to ensure natural-looking results as they age have a couple of options to achieve the breasts of their dreams.

How Aging Affects the Breasts

As we age, our skin changes. The body’s natural collagen production slows, leaving our skin more vulnerable to the effects of gravity. The aging process can result in skin that stretches or sags. The tissue surrounding breast implants can become thin after a span of years, leading to breasts that droop and lose their shape.

Ask These 3 Questions to Choose the Best Body Contouring

Posted on July 30, 2015

Woman standing in front of a teal background thinking about what body contouring procedure is best.

Updated for 2020

Body contouring can do wonders to smooth your silhouette and enhance your appearance. Each person has different concerns they’d like to resolve, and addressing each issue with the correct cosmetic approach is the best way to ensure ideal results.

If you’re unsure whether you should get liposuction vs a tummy tuck or combine them both, consider the following questions.

  1. Do You Have Separated Abdominal Muscles?

    During pregnancy or significant weight gain, the two halves of the abdominal muscles can become separated, leading to a condition known as diastasis recti. The result is a distended stomach that can droop or protrude,

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