If you’re getting ready to hit the beach this summer and want to feel more confident in your bathing suit, talk to Dr. Feledy about the benefits of a tummy tuck procedure. Many women are self-conscious about loose skin and excess fat around their midsection, and most find it very difficult to improve this area with diet and exercise alone. In fact, loose skin will not go away without surgery. A tummy tuck in Maryland will trim away excess skin and reshape the midsection to create a smooth, contoured appearance. If you want to sculpt your body for bathing suit season, undergoing tummy tuck in Maryland now means you could be recovered and enjoying your new body by summer!
With Mother’s Day in May, it’s time for mothers to finally take time from focusing on caring for their family, and focus on caring for themselves. After creating and carrying new life, the transformation a mother’s body goes through can change her figure to a form she may not like. Some mothers will find that no amount of diet or exercise can fully resolve some of the changes that have taken place.
For many people, after losing a substantial amount of weight, they are left to deal with the annoying extra skin and loose tissue. It is frustrating to lose all the weight just to be left with the embarrassing flabs! And no matter how much you exercise or how healthy you eat, that extra skin will not go away! Body Contouring is a set of surgical procedures designed specifically for each patient to tighten and tone his or her new body
If your wedding is coming up next month, this alternative to traditional liposuction can get you that sleek and smooth shape that every bride-to-be wishes for. VASER® liposuction is much safer than the aggressive traditional liposuction technique, and targets only the areas of fat and protecting the rest of your body so that you can quickly recover in time.
Searching social media sites such as Twitter, Tumblr and Facebook in all the right places will yield a number of fan pages that celebrate “the elusive gap,” also known as the thigh gap – a sliver of empty space between the upper thighs when standing upright. You’ve probably seen such a gap sported by runway models, Victoria’s Secret ads, and on countless magazine covers. There are some that are worried about an obsession over this gap among young girls has become a worrying trend.
You may have heard about the story of one Paul Mason, the former “world’s fattest man.” The former postman out of the U.K. went down from 980 pounds to a relatively svelte 350 pounds after undergoing gastric bypass surgery. His weight may have dramatically decreased, but now Mason is seeking plastic surgery. Why? To get rid of the excess skin left over.
When Summer comes back around again, and people start to put thought into slipping into bathing suits or sunning themselves for a nice tan, that’s when some start to consider undergoing some sort of cosmetic procedure, to look their finest on the beach. But there are a few reasons to start undergo such procedures far ahead of time, in Winter – long before anyone wants to even think about being outside in a bikini.
Even though more men are becoming interested in cosmetic surgery recently, there’s no denying that women make up the largest percentage the industry’s clientele.
Liposuction is a popular treatment, having been somewhere among the top five cosmetic surgeries every year since 1992. Some critics, however, believe that liposuction can’t deliver what it promises, and that fat cells will just regrow or migrate to other parts of the body.
A recently release press release on The Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch states that one of the recent plastic surgery trends among men is the combination of a male breast reduction and a tummy tuck. This combination of procedures is viewd as the male version of the mommy makeover and is known as a “daddy do-over.”
Patients undergoing cosmetic liposuction and/or abdominoplasty (“tummy tuck”) procedures report significant improvements in self-esteem and quality of life, according to a study in the April issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).