ASPS Plastic Surgery Blog
Recovery following gynecomastia surgery is an important period when it comes to obtaining the best possible results.
The vast majority of patients who undergo this surgery are younger women before they have children, and breastfeeding is a concern for a large segment of women who are considering implant-based surgery.
Significant weight loss can often leave behind loose unwanted skin in areas of the body including the abdomen, arms, thighs and buttocks. If your weight loss has left you with excess loose, sagging skin, you might consider body contouring.
If you are considering a facelift procedure, it's important to know not just about the surgical procedure but the protocol following surgery as well.
It is estimated that one in four men between the ages of 50 and 69 are affected by gynecomastia, which is a condition causing overdeveloped or enlarged male breasts.
Whether it's to look and feel your best for your holiday social events or recover in time for summer, the holiday season is usually a plastic surgeon's busiest time of the year.
Once you've decided that breast augmentation is the right procedure for you, choosing the right plastic surgeon to help you with this life transforming next step might seem overwhelming.
The holidays are approaching quickly, and we all want to look our best when attending the many family gatherings and parties during the season.
Because breast enhancement is a surgical procedure, scarring is an inevitable part of the procedure. That said, there are lots of ways to reduce scarring and make it less noticeable.
As nonsurgical procedures become increasingly safe and effective, more men and women are taking notice. So, what exactly is a nonsurgical facelift?
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