Monthly Archives / September 2014
30 Sep

What is the usual time it takes to recover from an endoscopic brow lift of both brows?

BY IN Plastic Surgery Comments Off on What is the usual time it takes to recover from an endoscopic brow lift of both brows?

This is a common question for any surgery.  Recovery usually takes two to three weeks, though many patients go back to work in two weeks. Scars are usually not noticeable after enough time has passed for them to mature. In any case, they are easily disguised in natural skin creases, by the hair, or, in

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23 Sep

How do I know if I am a good candidate for a Body Lift?

BY IN Plastic Surgery Comments Off on How do I know if I am a good candidate for a Body Lift?

I am 5’10 and 170lbs. My goal weight is 140lbs. I am at a stand still with my weight loss although my heaviest weight was nearly 400 pounds. I feel like I am ready for a total body lift, but I’m concerned that after surgery I will lose a few extra pounds and have saggy

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09 Sep

I had a mini tummy tuck about two weeks ago. Is it normal for my stomach to be numb?

BY IN Uncategorized Comments Off on I had a mini tummy tuck about two weeks ago. Is it normal for my stomach to be numb?

After a “mini-tummy tuck,” the horizontal scar above the pubic hairline will be shorter than the scar after a full tummy tuck. Redness, thickness, and some widening of these scars to a variable extent will occur once you return to normal activities. Incisions placed in high-tension areas (i.e., abdomen, shoulders, knees) tend to create slightly

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02 Sep

I had a mini tummy tuck about two weeks ago. Is it normal for my stomach to be numb?

BY IN Plastic Surgery Comments Off on I had a mini tummy tuck about two weeks ago. Is it normal for my stomach to be numb?

After a “mini-tummy tuck,” the horizontal scar above the pubic hairline will be shorter than the scar after a full tummy tuck. Redness, thickness, and some widening of these scars to a variable extent will occur once you return to normal activities. Incisions placed in high-tension areas (i.e., abdomen, shoulders, knees) tend to create slightly

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