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Breast Augmentation

Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation is simply intended to enlarge the breasts. This will improve body image, self-confidence, and resolve clothing issues such as the need to wear padded bras and problems with swimwear. However, it is neither intended nor successful as a remedy for psychological problems or to improve an unstable relationship. There are two types of implants: silicon and saline. Both saline and silicone gel implants have the same outer cover made of solid silicone plastic. Silicon implants today are filled with cohesive gel and this is expected to have a protective effect in preventing silicone migration once the outer plastic cover has worn out many years after implantation. Silicon implants are more used in Europe than saline implants.
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Breast Reduction

Breast reduction surgery is effective in eliminating many of the common problems that result from having overly large breasts. This includes symptoms such as back pain, shoulder grooving from bra straps, skin irritation under the breasts, as well as generalized discomfort associated with large breast size. Clothing becomes more manageable and a better physical appearance results not only because the breasts are smaller but also because the accompanying lift lengthens the distance between the bottom of the breasts and the waist. This gives a slimmer and less matronly appearance. Swimwear becomes an option for many who previously would not consider it. Psychological benefits such as improved self confidence and emergence of a more extroverted personality commonly occur following breast reduction surgery.
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Abdominoplasty

Abdominoplasty

The goal of abdominoplasty is to remove loose skin and flatten the abdomen. The scope of the procedure depends on how much excess skin and fat there is, and whether significant muscle laxity is present. Liposuction of the waist and the lower back area may also be necessary at the same time to achieve the best result.
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Liposuction

Liposuction

Liposuction is a surgical technique for contouring the body by removing localized deposits of excess fat. It was originally used to treat the hips and thighs, areas that are particularly resistant to diet and exercise. As the technique developed it was applied to many other areas of the body. Today it is commonly used to treat the neck, breasts, abdomen, back, arms, flanks, hips, thighs, knees, calves, and ankles. It is effective for both men and women. It is not intended as a method to achieve generalized weight reduction however. Fat removal by liposuction is permanent because the body does not manufacture new fat cells after puberty. Adults become thinner or fatter by altering the amount of fat in each cell. It is still possible to gain weight after liposuction. In this case the fat is more evenly distributed throughout the body rather than selectively to the original treatment
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Facelift Surgery

The goal of facial aesthetic surgery is to reverse the signs of aging without leaving telltale signs. A facelift is not intended to make a person look fundamentally different, just fresher. It is an effective way to “turn back the clock” and the beneficial effects will last about ten years. When properly performed there is a natural appearance that never looks tight. Scars are usually inconspicuous, even with short hairstyles. Most women become candidates for facial aesthetic surgery sometime after forty (men after fifty). The criteria to determine when one is ready are not rigid and the decision is always somewhat arbitrary. Early aging signs may be considered insignificant to some individuals but more disturbing to others. Facelifts are never performed on a purely preventive basis, however. The primary disadvantage to delaying corrective surgery is that progressive aging changes
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Gynecomastia Reduction

Gynecomastia is derived from two Greek words that mean “female breast” and is a term applied to men with overdeveloped breast tissue. This condition is quite common and occurs to some degree in over half of adolescent boys and persists in as many as one third of adult men. It usually occurs on both sides and is sometimes larger on one side or the other. It typically presents as a diffuse tissue enlargement that is centered behind the nipple. Gynecomastia must be distinguished from enlarged pectoral muscles that develop through athletics and weightlifting activities in young and middle-aged men. Sometimes both conditions coexist. Pectoral muscle enlargement can make mild gynecomastia appear more severe. There is no specific treatment for enlargement of the pectoral muscles although cessation of specific exercises such as push-ups, bench press, and chest flys can eventually result in
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Breast Lift (Mastopexy)

Breast Lift (Mastopexy) A breast lift, or mastopexy, corrects sagging breasts by removing excess skin and repositioning the nipple higher. The diameter of the areola is reduced at the same time if overly large to begin with. This operation is a trade-off of improved shape for permanent scars. There actually is little change in the appearance of the breasts when clothed and supported by a bra. However, wearing a bra is more comfortable after a lift because the bra is not working hard to lift the breasts but rather just holds them in place. In mastopexy the skin is removed from the lower part of the breast in order to conceal the scars as much as possible. There is no way to lift the breasts from above without leaving profound and very objectionable scars. This is simply not done. The typical scar pattern today is the same as that for a breast reduction: the final scar will encircle
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Nasal Surgery- Rhinoplasty

The goal of nasal surgery is to achieve an improved but natural appearance and to correct internal structural deformities responsible for any breathing problems that may coexist. This goal is not always achieved simply by the removal of portions of bone and cartilage as was the routine years ago. The modern approach to nasal surgery therefore is to use a combination of techniques that include tissue removal, cartilage reshaping with sutures, and adding cartilage grafts to produce the best aesthetic and functional result.
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