You, only better — with plastic surgery
- Posted on: Mar 15 2017
You can surgically enhance your appearance and still look like you. Cosmetic plastic surgery can help you look younger, thinner and improved. From surgical to non-surgical procedures, our patients can tell you what they seek out most often. See if any of these treatments sound right for you:
- Breast augmentation– enlarging or balancing breast size
- Rhinoplasty — improving the shape and/or size of the nose
- Blepharoplasty – lifting and smoothing sagging eyelids
- Facelift – lifting, re-draping and removing sagging facial skin to achieve a more youthful appearance
- Liposuction – removal of stubborn, unwanted fat from almost anywhere on the face and body
Improving on what you have, not changing into someone else
Successful plastic surgery outcomes start with realistic expectations. The doctor will review your health history and talk to you about your goals for surgery. Schedule an appointment to discuss your options and the results you can expect. Call today: 713.271.9000. We want you to know what’s possible for you before we undertake any kind of treatment.
The two most important things you can do: Avoid the dangerous double S
You can increase your chances of a happy, long-lasting outcome. Cease these major causes of wrinkles, smoking and sun, and you can help ensure we are able to meet your goals:
- Before surgery – stop smoking
You may know a smoker who has had cosmetic treatments and surgery, but some procedures actually require that the patient cease smoking. In fact, smokers aren’t good candidates for tummy tucks or facelifts. You should know that smoking speeds up the skin’s aging process, with many fine lines and wrinkles actually caused by the repetitive muscle actions, such as pursuing the lips while smoking. This action is a significant contributor to the lines that form around the mouth.
- After surgery – eliminate any unprotected sun exposure
Sun exposure can create the same wrinkling effects that smoking does, as well as cause dark spots and increase your risk of skin cancer. After cosmetic surgery, scar tissue, which can be caused by even the smallest incisions, is particularly susceptible to sun damage.
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