Many think that they do not have time for plastic surgery, but in today's competitive world those same people must take the time. Your time is now.
Abdominoplasty, also known as tummy tuck, removes excess fat and skin and often restores weakened or separated muscles creating a profile that is smoother and firmer. A tummy tuck will restore the abdominal contour and loose or saggy skin that results from gaining, heredity, pregnancy or significant weight loss. It is not, however, a substitute for weight loss. The results are permanent. Patients considering weight loss or pregnancy should postpone tummy tuck until they have reached their weight goals or are done with childbearing.
Surgical body contouring after major weight loss either from diet or barosurgery addresses excess sagging fat and tissue from many areas of the body. Body contouring procedures following weight loss include facelift, breast lift, tummy tuck, lower body lift, thigh lift, and arm lift. These procedures are performed on both men and women in one of our surgical facilities.
Liposuction is a surgical procedure to reduce localized fatty deposits in the thighs, hips, buttocks, abdomen, waist, inner knees, chest area, chin and neck. Liposuction is not a treatment for obesity and is not a substitute for weight loss. It will not correct saggy skin. It does require some downtime unlike our non-invasive procedures such as Ultra Shape, which does not require any downtime.
Scar revisions are intended to help reduce the appearance of scars, so that they become more consistent with the surrounding skin tone and texture and are less noticeable. Scars are the results of any interruption in the integrity of the skin, either by surgery or trauma. Scars can be unpredictable, unsightly, obvious or even disfiguring. They can be raised or dented or a different color or texture. While there is nothing that can absolutely erase a scar, there are many modalities from therapy, to noninvasive or minimally invasive procedures (laser) or surgical revision are all available to improve the cosmetic results of unsightly or unacceptable scaring.