Becoming a mom changes many things, including your body. While the way you look may not be one of your immediate priorities following the birth of your child, there may be a point later on when you become disheartened by the effects that pregnancy and nursing has had on your body.
As you get older, the skin becomes saggy and wrinkled. A facelift is a cosmetic procedure that reduces the sagging of the skin on cheeks and jawline. The skin and soft tissue on each side of the face are surgically altered to give the face a natural contour.
Many people, especially women, are always looking for ways to prolong their youthful appearance. They want faster and better results, with little or no downtime. This is where non-invasive cosmetic procedures come in.
If there is one part of our body that most quickly betrays our advancing age it is our face. Regrettably, this is also one area that it is difficult to hide. As we get older, our skin naturally loses some of its firmness and elasticity, due to the decrease in our body’s production of collagen and elastin. This makes it easy for lines and wrinkles to form, skin to sag, and for us to look older than our years. Makeup can go some way to hiding these issues, but they do not reverse the underlying problem. Fortunately, this can be rectified using a very popular cosmetic surgery solution – a facelift.
A scar is an area of fibrous tissue that replaces normal skin after an injury and are a natural and normal part of the healing process. They can occur even after the smallest injury to the skin, such as burn or cut. Most will fade over time, becoming paler and harder to see. However, they will never disappear. Many people aren’t too bothered by the appearance of their scars, particularly if they tell an interesting story about how they occurred. However, some people find that scarring causes them to feel self-conscious and this is even more likely if they are on an area of the body that is difficult to cover or hide.
The popularity of cosmetic surgery certainly hasn’t waned over the last decade. More than 18 million people had cosmetic surgery in 2018, and although official figures arent yet available, even more surgeries and procedures are expected to have been performed last year. Cosmetic surgeries can now transform virtually any aspect of your appearance, from facial features to your overall body shape. Despite there being a huge range of different procedures available, there are some that remain more popular than others. There are also some innovative new treatments that are expected to be particularly desirable this year. Here’s our guide to the cosmetic surgery trends of 2020.
If you are fairly happy with your overall weight and size but would like to enjoy a greater definition in your shape, you may be frustrated if your body isn’t responding to diet and exercise in the way that you would like. Unfortunately, it seems as though some areas of our bodies simply refuse to be affected by the effort put in to change and improve them. However, this doesn’t mean that you don’t have any other options. There are plenty of cosmetic surgery procedures available, with something to address virtually any concern. One of the most commonly requested is liposuction.
If you are considering a Brazilian butt lift and would like to discuss your candidacy in more detail, please contact our offices to schedule a confidential consultation with our discreet and experienced cosmetic surgery team.
Gynecomastia is a fairly common condition, but it is better known by the name ‘man boobs’. This is because gynecomastia is characterized by excess breast tissue in males that cause them to have a much more feminine appearance that more closely resembles actual breasts rather than the tighter, more toned chest associated with the male silhouette. Unsurprisingly, men who experience gynecomastia can find that the condition has some serious psychological consequences. An unwillingness to wear certain clothes or to go shirtless, loss of confidence, low self-esteem and even depression aren’t uncommon. Causing such a considerable impact, it isn’t surprising that those with gynecomastia find that their personal and professional relationships suffer too.