September 2016

Liposuction Recovery

How Long Does It Take To Recover From Liposuction? You should expect to take seven to 10 days off from work in order to recover. Dr. Lakshman may recommend that you walk a couple of times per day. This will help prevent you from developing blood clots. Keep in mind that many women get breast […]

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Breast Augmentation FAQs

Breast Augmentation FAQs It is important for patients to learn all that they can before getting any type of cosmetic surgery. If you are considering breast augmentation, then you probably have a couple of questions in mind. Below are some of the answers to the frequently asked questions about this procedure: Am I Good Candidate

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How do Facelifts Work?

The enemy is gravity. When we are young, we have defenses against this nemesis. Our skin contains collagen and elastin, proteins which break down over time and become more and more defenseless in the face of gravity. In addition, as we age, the muscles beneath the skin lose some of their strength and provide less

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What is a Mommy Makeover?

With the continued development of new technologies in plastic surgery, “mommy makeovers” are now more common. A woman’s body goes through a lot of changes during her pregnancy and the time after she gives birth. Unfortunately, this can mean a lot of unwelcome physical changes for the mother that could make her feel uncomfortable with her

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Breast Augmentation: Over or Under?

  Should Your Breast Implant Go under or over the Muscle? The decision to go over or under the chest (pectoralis) major muscle when performing breast augmentation is a hotly debated topic amongst plastic surgeons. Recent studies reported that capsular contracture, or scarring around the implant, was decreased when performing breast augmentation under the muscle.

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