tummy-tuck

December 22, 2017
The decision to undergo tummy tuck surgery is only the first step. There are many factors both before and after the actual procedure that lead to a comfortable recovery and a desirable result. Here are some things to keep in mind to best prepare for your tummy tuck.
June 14, 2017
The abdominal area is a common trouble zone for many men and women. Excess fat can be subcutaneous (just beneath the skin) or visceral (deep within the abdomen), and it may collect in the lower abdomen, or it may extend around the back. You might even have sagging skin or stretched abdominal muscles as a result of pregnancy. If a flabby or protruding abdomen is a concern for you, a consultation will best determine the procedure that will meet your needs.
May 15, 2017
If an ad were placed for the job of motherhood, most would be shocked at the job description. It’s highly stressful and often messy. In the 168 hour workweek, there are no breaks. It allows no sick time, no vacation, and no holiday pay. In fact, there is no pay at all. It is physically and mentally demanding, and all who accept the job run the risk of completely transforming their physique.
March 06, 2017
The tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) is one of the best cosmetic procedures to produce noticeable, dramatic results. It removes sagging abdominal skin and tightens weakened or torn abdominal muscles to restore a tight, toned appearance. It can also be combined with liposuction to remove excess fat for even more dramatic results.
November 26, 2016
It has become commonplace. People everywhere have their faces constantly buried in their cellphones. Even when I am standing in an elevator, I notice that people are staring at their phones even though they can’t possibly have any service! Social media has exploded. People assess their personal or professional value based on “likes” and “followers.”
October 28, 2016
From time to time, I will see patients who are struggling with the fact that loved ones – whether it be a spouse, a parent, a sibling, or a friend – are fighting the patient on his or her decision to have plastic surgery. Sometimes it happens right in front of me during the consultation.