Pregnancy and breastfeeding can greatly change how your breasts look and feel. It is common to experience sagging, drooping, changes in size, an uneven appearance, and even breast “deflation” as your body recovers and hormones return to normal. These changes leave many women looking to restore their pre-pregnancy curves with breast rejuvenation, such as breast[…] Read more about Breast Rejuvenation Options after Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
As one of today’s most popular plastic surgery techniques, the mommy makeover is a combination of various body contouring procedures designed to address common physical changes women experience during pregnancy and childbirth. But the fact is, this unique procedure is not limited to mothers. The mommy makeover, by design, addresses a unique combination of body[…] Read more about You Don’t Need to Be a Mom to Have a Mommy Makeover
While COVID is far from over, lockdowns and working from home are quickly becoming a thing of the past. While plastic surgery was put on hold during the height of the pandemic, the post-pandemic plastic surgery boom is in full swing, with liposuction topping the list as the most popular procedure in 2021 to 2022,[…] Read more about Liposuction Sees Big Post-Pandemic Boom
A mommy makeover is a combination of cosmetic procedures designed to help women address changes in the body often associated with pregnancy and childbirth. This unique procedure combines traditional procedures such as a tummy tuck, breast augmentation or reduction, liposuction and a breast lift. Each mommy makeover procedure is unique and caters to individual needs[…] Read more about Are You Ready for a Mommy Makeover?
Liposuction is best known as a treatment to address stubborn pockets of fat that does not respond to diet and exercise. This procedure works by removing the stubborn fat cells through a specialized device. However, a specialized form of liposuction provides a surgical option for people diagnosed with advanced cases of lymphedema. But what is[…] Read more about Can Lymphedema Be Treated Surgically?