Cosmetic/Plastic Surgery Guide

Breast augmentation
Breast augmentation is a procedure in which artificial implants are inserted just above or behind the chest muscle. Augmentation is typically sought for one of two reasons: to enlarge breasts which have always been small, or to restore breasts which have reduced in size following pregnancy or a large weight loss.
Chemical peel
A chemical peel uses various types and strengths of acid to effect a controlled burn on the upper layers of the skin. By removing these damaged outer layers, a fresher, more youthful complexion is revealed.
Droopy lids
As you age, the eyelid skin stretches, muscles weaken, and 'bags' may develop. Eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty (BLEH-fu-row-plass-tee), can improve drooping upper lids and puffy bags below your eyes.
Endermologie for better skin texture and appearance
Less than ten percent of women are unaffected by a skin condition in which fluid retention, enlargement of fat cells, and loss of elasticity of the skin contribute to the development of, cellulite.
The eyebrow-lift, sometimes called a forehead-lift, is a procedure intended primarily to tighten skin and reduce wrinkling from the brow area and up. It can improve signs of aging such as frown lines and sagging eyebrows, which give your face a tired or angry expression.
As part of the natural aging process, the skin and muscles of the lower face and neck lose elasticity, resulting in jowls and a poor neck contour. Face lifts can be used to restore a more youthful appearance to the lower two-thirds of the face, from below the eyes down to the upper part of the neck.
How to choose a cosmetic surgeon
Cosmetic surgery is a specialty concerned with improving the aesthetic appearance of a patient through various surgical procedures. Because these operations can be extremely complex and have a significant impact on your self-esteem, it's important to choose a cosmetic surgeon wisely.
How to choose a plastic surgeon
Plastic surgery is a specialty which deals with the correction of problems in appearance. When these problems are caused by trauma, burns, disease, or birth defects, the procedures are generally known as reconstructive surgery.
Is cosmetic surgery safe?
Like any surgery, cosmetic procedures are not without risk. First of all, the surgery may not improve your appearance as much as you'd hoped. In some cases, complications could leave you looking worse after the procedure than before.
Laser eye surgery
In recent years, the laser has made an amazing impact on eye surgery. Not only are surgical procedures quicker and safer when operating with laser technology, but the healing time has been dramatically reduced from weeks or months to just days in many cases.
Liposuction considerations
There are many factors to keep in mind if you're considering liposuction, and it's important to realize the limitations of the procedure. Liposuction is best-suited for treating resistant pockets of fat in people of average or near-average weight with taut, resilient skin.
Nose surgery
Rhinoplasty (RYE-no-plast-ee) or nose surgery, includes a group of procedures intended to change the size, shape, or functional aspects of the nose. When the desired changes are made for cosmetic purposes, the procedure is usually consider elective, and you must pay for it out of your own pocket.
Permanent lip color and eyeliner
Permanent cosmetics are a tattooing process by which natural pigments are inserted into the skin, reducing or eliminating the need to apply makeup. They may be sought for convenience, to improve a facial feature's shape, or as a solution for those with allergies who can't wear makeup.
Skin treatment/facial rejuvenation
Your skin is made up of millions of living cells. Everyday, thousands of cells die and are replaced by cells formed below their surface. As we age, the process of cell replacement becomes slower.
What is liposuction?
Liposuction (LYE-poe-suc-shun) is a procedure in which fat deposits are suctioned from the body using a small, hollow wand called a cannula (CAN-you-luh).
Wrinkles, furrows, collagen, and laser resurfacing
Collagen (KAWL-uh-gin) implants and laser resurfacing are two techniques used to correct unwanted wrinkles, furrows, and drooping in the skin around the eyes.

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