The "double-chin" or submental fat can be caused by genetics, age, or weight gain. We have a new treatment that is a nonsurgical option for both men and women who want to get rid of that double-chin! Earlier this year, the FDA approved KYBELLA. KYBELLA is a prescription that is injected into the area under the chin. It dissolves the fat cell's membrane to effectively kill the cell, which is then cleared through the body's lymphatic system.
Last week we talked about the effects of pregnancy on the body and how a Mommy Makeover could be a an option for some women.
Morning sickness. Weight gain. Heartburn. Food aversions. Skin changes. Fatigue... When you are
preganant, it can feel as though your body no longer belongs to you, but you take it all in stride.
Choosing your breast reconstruction surgeon is just as important as deciding on the type of reconstructive surgery to have. Here are 5 things to consider when deciding on which surgeon is right for you:
Thinking about going under the knife, but not sure when the best time for plastic surgery may be? The fall and winter months are some the the most popular times for surgery clinics, so you may want to book a consultation now. Here are some reasons why:
1. Recovery is easier
Many people are hesitant to undergo procedures like breast augmentation or tummy tuck because of the time it takes to recover. Unfortunately, there's not much of a way around this issue, unless you choose a non-surgical procedure like botox injections. However, if you are going to be taking it easy and mainly indoors for a few days, the cold, winter months might be a better choice. And, once you are able to go outside and move around again, wearing layers of clothing or accessories to hide any post-surgery garments, dressings or scars would be completely normal.